#90 How to Write Better for Public Policy
The Policy Post
Editor’s Note ✍️
Writing is becoming one of the most sought-after skills for jobs/internships in the policy space. From internships in policy consulting to jobs in think tanks - employers across the spectrum are looking for people who can write well! Our latest episode of The Policy Panchayat with Ganesh Chakravarthi (a policy writing expert) brings you insights on how to leverage this skill to land the right opportunities and build thriving careers in public policy and the development sector at large. Tune in!
With that, we bring you Policy Post #90 (wow it’s been 90 weeks!)
This Week’s Policy Focus 🔎
Understanding Feminist Perspectives on Housing
Women are constantly placed out of the ambit of affordable housing and accommodation facilities. The fact that housing and accommodation can also be a feminist issue and requires a gendered lens is often ignored or overlooked even in our present state of a modernized and globalized world.
Policy Charcha 💬
The best Podcasts, Videos, Essays and Fellowships for this past week from the world of Policy and Governance!
📝 Op-Ed: A New Digital Coin
📚 Fellowship: Phule Ambedkar Fellowship 2022, Indus Action
📷 Simplifying Policy Issues: PolicyGram
Databases and Guides 📚
We live by a singular mantra - how do we help make your career journey a tad bit easier. A big part of that is bringing to you thoroughly researched databases, resources and guides. This week, we’re bringing to you a database of 100+ YouTube Channels for policy enthusiasts! We’re eager to hear from you: if you have ideas on what other databases could benefit you and the people of our community, please let us know here!
Jobs Post 💼
A curated list of some of the best job and internship opportunities this week from the world of public policy, development sector, consulting and communications at large!
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