Aasif has previously volunteered with the World Wide Fund for Nature and is currently serving as the Joint Secretary of the Chatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti, the student wing of the Aam Aadmi Party, in his college.
He aspires to be a social activist and wants to work in the field of education. He believes that education is the most powerful weapon and with its help, one can change the world. For him, education is not the preparation for life, it is life itself.
Aasif was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Aatika Fareed is a recent History graduate from Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.
As a young Kashmiri Muslim woman, she hopes to combine different facets of her identity to explore the impact of literature, media, and power in defining historical events, current political scenarios, and collective mentality.
Aside from being an International Relations enthusiast, she is an avid writer and has recently contributed to two anthologies published by Swadhya Publishing House, Select Short Story- An Anthology and Swadhya Best Micro Stories.
She desires to treasure these skills and use them to tell her narrative along with that of others whose voices have been ignored or silenced.
Aatika is a member of the Batch of 2022 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Aayana Rai Bhojani
Aayana Rai Bhojani is a 2nd year student at the School of Law, Christ University. With her passions ranging from cybersecurity to animal rights, you can find her constantly wanting to delve deep into diverse issues from across the globe.
This curiosity of hers, combined with a sharp and critical lens of viewing issues, feeds into her love for debating, where she has represented her institution across national and international tournaments. She also likes spending her free time reading, writing and occasionally trying her hand at cooking new dishes.
Mostly self-driven, Aayana has always believed in constantly improving herself and giving back to the people around her and believes that the F.A.I.R. Project will help her do that.
Aayana was a member of the Batch of 2021 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Abhishek Jain is a final year Law student at National Law University, Delhi.
He strives to promote sustainable yet stakeholder-friendly law/policymaking. To start a discourse on the interplay of SDGs and law/policy, he started the SDG-Series at the Centre for Law and Urban Development. As an aspiring social entrepreneur, he loves bringing fresh perspectives to the table and engaging in finding creative yet pragmatic solutions to commonplace problems.
As a F.A.I.R Changemaker, he hopes to interact with like-minded individuals in an environment that encourages them to think, question, reason, and learn.
Abhishek is a member of the Batch of 2022 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
While debating about everything and nothing is her passion, Aditi has always participated in nearly all kinds of oratory competitions possible.
Due to her excellent leadership and management skills, she was appointed as the Cultural Captain of the Delhi Public School, Jaipur.
She is amongst the few people who is actually satisfied with where she is in their life, be it her dream to study at St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, or to be in a room full of intellectual people willing to work harder to make a change.
Aditi was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Aila Dutt is a third-year sociology student from Ambedkar University, Delhi. She enjoys reading, writing and baking, and occasionally draws astronauts for fun!
Her interests are primarily in the fields of visual and cultural anthropology and she hopes to specialise in ethnography and social design as tools for conflict management and sustainable development.
She has been fortunate to have lived and studied in different kinds of environments - both rural and urban.
In the fast-changing dynamic environment of today, she believes it is more important than ever to question the status quo, think independently and critically view situations through multiple lenses to come up with creative solutions that will meet the needs of an increasingly uncertain future.
Aila was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Akanksha Duvedi is a 4th year law student from Chandigarh. For her, law school and the opportunities it has presented, has helped her understand her own activism through a real-world chance to not only comprehend how inequalities manifest themselves, but also how one can work on undoing them.
Akanksha is also a bibliophile, with reading having been her solace throughout the lockdown. She is an avid football fan and an amateur chess player as well.
Akanksha was a member of the Batch of 2021 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Alyasa is a graduate student of economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University. His academic interests lie in economic methodology, history of economic thought, development economics and the philosophy of education.
He wishes to write books on economics that add value to the construction of knowledge from a third-world perspective. He wants to be a socially active researcher and not an ‘armchair theoretician’. At the same time, his love for the university space shall not keep him away from universities, fellow students and teachers for long.
Apart from economics, he loves theatre, the classical music of qawwali, reading and writing fiction and non-fiction.
Alyasa was a member of the Batch of 2021 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Amatullah is a highly ambitious and dedicated individual who has an innate sense of curiosity which pushes her to explore and learn new things.
Having lived in three different cities, Amatullah is multilingual and adaptable. She finished her 12th grade in the Arts and Humanities stream and claims to find herself hopeless with Mathematical calculations.
She is a passionate writer and possesses a deep love for stories for it is her belief that stories not just help understand people, but entire cultures.
Amatullah was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Amisha spends most of her time writing, debating, and volunteering. If you want to explore a new place and are seeking company, you can count on her to accompany you.
She is all about deep, meaningful conversations and music that isn’t popular yet. Her ambition keeps her motivated and helps her explore new things, concepts, and ideas. She seeks a career in research and analysis.
Though she claims to be infamous for zoning out mid-conversation, you can always talk to her about the economy and the education system.
Amisha was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Ananya Ajatasatru is currently pursuing his Masters from the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune. He graduated with a Bachelors in Economics Honours from the Symbiosis School of Economics.
His research interests primarily involve topics pertaining to community driven development, environmentally sustainable economies, and the role of currency and exchanges in influencing societal structures.
Apart from being an ardent student of economics, Ananya holds a special interest in the history of thought and ideas relating to interconnectedness in science, technology and society studies. He advocates for the heterodox, with an interdisciplinary approach to research and learning.
Ananya was a member of the Batch of 2021 at The F.A.I.R. Project.
Andrea Mary Cardoza
Currently the President of the English Debating Society, Andrea has previously been the Public Relations Officer of the Commerce Department of her college.
Having completed a certificate course on Religion, Peace and Conflict from HarvardX, she recently finished her internship with the Global Peace Foundation working for a project titled the 'Facets of Faith'.
She has also been a content writer with an independent student newspaper called the DU Express for approximately 6 months. Apart from the above mentioned experience, Andrea enjoys reading and playing instruments such as the guitar and ukulele, in her free time.
Andrea was a member of the Batch of 2020 at The F.A.I.R. Project.