Kezevino (Vinu) Aram serves as a Co-Moderator and Executive Committee Member of Religions for Peace. She previously served as Member of the International Youth Committee of Religions for Peace. Aram is a Child Health Practitioner and Director of Shanti Ashram in Coimbatore, India.
Sangeeta Mahapatra is a research fellow at the German Institute for Global and Area Studies in Leipzig, Germany. Her research looks into digital politics, digital authoritarianism, disinformation, online radicalization and internet governance.
Anushka Jain is a lawyer and policy researcher interested in disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, facial recognition and machine learning. She is a research associate at the Digital Futures Lab, where her work focuses on the proliferation of surveillance technology and its human rights impacts.
Charan Singh is CEO and founder-director of the EGROW Foundation in Bangalore, India. His research and writing focus on economics and management.
Vidya Krishnan is an investigative and global health reporter based in India. Her first book is Phantom Plague: How Tuberculosis Shaped History (2022). She has written on Hindu nationalism, rape culture and other related issues for Caravan India.
Nandini Sundar is a sociology professor at Delhi University and author of The Burning Forest: India’s War in Bastar. Sundar’s research focuses on academic freedom, democracy, law and inequality.
Tanika Sarkar is an acclaimed historian of women’s histories and social movements in colonial and post-colonial India. She is also the author of Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation: Community, Religion, and Cultural Nationalism and Words to Win: The Making of “Amar Jiban,” A Modern Autobiography.
Raqib Naik is a Kashmiri journalist who runs the website Hindutva Watch.
Mohammed Zubair is a journalist and co-founder of Alt News, an Indian nonprofit fact-checking website