Jayshree Bajoria is an associate director in the Asia division, and has conducted research and published reports on a broad range of issues including sexual violence, discrimination based on caste or religion, police reforms, violence and harassment at work, freedom of expression and assembly, and digital rights in South Asia.
Previously, she worked as the deputy editor at CFR.org, the website of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, where she won a News and Documentary Emmy and two Overseas Press Club awards for her writing. She has a master’s in international affairs from Columbia University in New York.
Why I joined Human Rights Watch
Poor Enforcement of India’s Sexual Harassment Law
Discrimination Against Muslims under India’s New Citizenship Policy
Barriers to Justice and Support Services for Sexual Assault Survivors in India
India’s Failure to End Killings in Police Custody
The Criminalization of Peaceful Expression in India
Denying an Education to India’s Marginalized