- Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health
- Director, Centre for Health and Social Justice, India
Center for Health and Social Justice
Basement of Young Women’s Hostel No.2
Avenue 21, G Block,
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Abhijit Das is a doctor with training in obstetrics, paediatrics and public health with thirty years’ experience in clinical work, training, research and policy advocacy. His areas of interest include Health and Human Rights; Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Population Policies, Men, Masculinities and Gender Equality; Health Equity; Health Governance and Accountability; Decentralised Planning and Monitoring; Evaluation of Complex Social and Health Interventions.
He is Director of Centre for Health and Social Justice a health policy research and advocacy organization in India. He is a founder and Co Chair of MenEngage Global Alliance, a global alliance of NGOs working with men and boys on gender equality, and Convenor of COPASAH a global health rights and social accountability network. He is also associated with various health rights networks in India including the national chapter of the People’s Health Movement.
He has been a member of various Government committees and is currently member of Advisory Group on Community Action of the National Health Mission, and Core Group on Health of the National Human Rights Commission, Government of India. He is also a member of the Civil Society Advisory Group of UNWOMEN in India.
- MBBS (Calcutta University (India))
- Community Health Workers
- Community-Based Participatory Research
- Community-based Primary Health Care
- Global Health Governance
- Health Policy and Advocacy
- Health Systems Strengthening and Human Resources Development
- Maternal Child Health (incl. Reproductive Health)
- Maternal Mortality
- Policy Monitoring
- Qualitative Research and Methods
- Social Determinants of Health
- Social Justice and Human Rights
- Improving access to quality reproductive maternal and child health services through community based monitoring of health services in Madhya Pradesh
- Partners 4 Equality : Building Youth Leadership for Changing Gendered Social Norms and Narratives in across 10 states in India
- Working with adolescents and young men for introducing new gender related social norms in Rajasthan, India
Das, A. (2017). The challenge of evaluating equity in health: Experiences from India’s maternal health program. In S. Sridharan, K. Zhao, & A. Nakaima (Eds.), Building Capacities to Evaluate Health Inequities: Some Lessons Learned from Evaluation Experiments in China, India and Chile. New Directions for Evaluation, 154, 91–100.
Das A, Contractor S (2014) India’s latest Sterilisation Camp Massacre BMJ 2014;349:g7282
Das A and Singh S K (2014) - Changing Men Challenging Stereotypes: Reflections on working with men on gender issues in India, IDS Bulletin Volume 45 No I, Jan 2014
Das A, Μogford E, Singh SK, Βarbhuiya RA, Chandra S, Wahl RS (2012) Reviewing responsibilities and renewing relationships: an intervention with men on violence against women in Ιndia, Culture, Health & Sexuality DOI:10.1080/13691058.2012.677477
Das A, Hagopian A, Rao D (2011) India’s Janani Suraksha Yojana : Further Review Needed The Lancet Volume 377, Issue 9762, Pages 295 - 296, 22 January 2011