I joined Center for Social Change-Nepal as an intern in 2015. Later I was offered to work as Research Associate at CSC in 2017. Since, my days of internship to present, I have experienced both personal and professional growth in the stimulating environment at CSC. Working under the guidance of experts has helped me to groom my research skills and analytical thinking. In these past two years, I have been actively involved in the project “Migration Watch” which is related with the foreign labor migration. I have also been part of other research about nonviolence and gender, war trauma, and peace building.
Founded in 2015, Centre for Social Change (CSC) is a non-profit making social think-tank based in Kathmandu, Nepal working on the changing socio-political dynamics of Nepalese society via research, education, advocacy and through community mobilization. CSC’s current works are focused on issues around conflict transformation and peacebuilding, democracy and governance, migration and human mobility, labor and employment, civic space and civil society development, and social development and public policy