Revathi Konduru is an independent research consultant with interest in political philosophy, anthropology of the State, systems of governance, urban development and public policy discourse in India. She has worked on a background policy paper for the ILO on circular migration between India-EU corridor, at National Institute of Advanced Studies. She has formerly worked as a research associate with a Member of Parliament in India. Revathi has pursued MSc in Urban Development and Management from Erasmus University, Rotterdam. And did MA in Development from Azim Premji University, Bengaluru and BA in Psychology (Hons) from Christ University, Bengaluru. Her MA thesis was on the ‘Modi Wave’ in 2014 General Elections: Strategies and its Implication on Democratic Values.