Bharathi Radhakrishnan

Bharathi Radhakrishnan is a Research Analyst with the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS). After completing her graduate program focusing on conflict studies in South Asia, she worked in Sri Lanka with a local NGO conducting program development and research.

Bharathi's work focused on relief, reconstruction, and development projects in Sri Lanka's Northern Province for internally displaced persons both in IDP camps and in resettled villages. She also served as a foreign observer for the 2010 Presidential Elections in Sri Lanka in the district of Kandy. She is also a contributing author of 'Project Palestinian Enterprise', a report published by New York University discussing the importance of economic development to the Middle East peace process, and has worked at the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, Amnesty International USA, the World Policy Institute, and on international development projects in Ecuador and Zambia.

Bharathi is a graduate of Brandeis University and holds an MA in Politics with a specialization in International Relations from New York University.

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