Sidharth Santhosh

Sidharth Santhosh is a candidate of the Masters in Public Policy and Economics programme at Sciences Po Paris. His ever-evolving research focuses on the political economics of education, sanitation and climate change policies. He is a Learners’ Voice fellow at the World Innovation Summit for Education in Qatar. During his undergraduate studies, he extensively studied urban education policy access and the effects of non-programmatic waste management policies. Prior to this, he has interned at the Centre for Research in New Delhi, with the state government of Telangana and other civil society organizations in various capacities. He enjoys travelling and tweets @avgtendencies.

Content by Sidharth Santhosh
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    Tendering trash: Lessons in urban waste management from Indian cities

    South Asian cities are urbanising rapidly. With this, overflowing landfills and trash laden streets are becoming more common. Local governments and municipal corporations, many marred by inadequate financing and low capacity, are the first to be held responsible for this mismanagement, from which further negative spill overs occur. These can include high incidences of...

    17 Mar 2020 | Oliver Harman, Sidharth Santhosh