To ensure that older Indians enjoy opportunities to engage fully in economic and social life, they must be afforded mobility options that are designed with their needs in mind
Bhargavi is a second year public policy student at the Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago. Before this, she completed a postgraduate diploma in Liberal Studies from Ashoka University, India and a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Delhi. She has worked in the policy space of behavioural sciences, sexual and reproductive health, and criminal justice against women. Bhargavi also leads a youth collective called ‘Sang’ which is working with underprivileged communities in India to help fight poverty and injustices against women.
Women and marginalised populations in India will bear the brunt of unequal socio-economic development as the country ages
It’s time for India to prepare for its ageing futureIndia’s demographic dividend is talked about often, but its ageing population is a growing concern