Keerty Nakray

Dr Keerty Nakray is Professor at Jindal Global Law School, NCR Delhi and adjunct faculty in the Centre for Ethics, Mangalore. She holds a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy from Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Content by Keerty Nakray
  • Blog post

    Addressing gender-based violence through public health: Evidence from India

    The framing of violence against women as a public health issue allows for more robust multi-disciplinary interventions through the healthcare sector and necessitates analysis of the sector’s capacity to recognise, intervene, and prevent GBV.   Gender-based violence (GBV) is recognised as a complex health problem rooted in patriarchal social norms and the economic...

    2 Apr 2022 | Keerty Nakray

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Gender-based violence, empowerment, and public health: Towards a model of complex interventions in Bihar

    Gender-based violence still affects women’s daily lives and their opportunities for work and social mobility in India. This study aims to understand the complex dynamics of gender-based violence (GBV) in Bihar. This is a mixed-methods pilot study examining the structural determinants of gender-based violence and empowerment. Through data from multiple sources, the...

    31 Mar 2022 | Keerty Nakray

  • Project

    Gender-based violence and empowerment indicators in Bihar: Scope for evidence-based research and policy

    Gender-based violence has emerged as a global problem with wide-ranging impacts on women’s health and empowerment. The primary aim of this multi-method research is to study the feasibility of a multi-sectoral model based on a public health approach in Bihar for addressing gender-based violence. Bihar is recognised as a high-prevalence state for gender-based violence....

    18 Dec 2019 | Keerty Nakray