Communications Team

Project Description

The main task of the Communications Team is to facilitate the “connectedness” within and through CLIx. This team is involved in internal and external communications, through the website, social media platforms, internal reports and CLIx publications. The team is also involved in translation and printing of all material developed at CLIx. The Communications team actively coordinates workshops and events designed and conducted by CLIx.

Sunita Badrinarayan

Team Lead, Centre for Education, Innovation & Action Research, TISS

I have over seven years experience in the field of education and in the development sector . I have worked with NGO’s in India and Singapore. Besides this, I have also been a Montessori practitioner in Singapore and a Special Educator at the Gateway School of Mumbai. At Clix, my primary responsibilities include coordinating communication for the project -internal  and external including the website, visual identity of the project and publications. I also coordinate various workshops and am responsible for the translation  and printing of all material developed at CLIx.

  • Diploma (2011), London University. Montessori Method of Education
  • M.Sc. (1996), University of Mumbai. Physiology
  • B.Sc. (1994), University of Mumbai. Zoology
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    Ramesh Prakash Khade

    Communication Assistant, Centre for Education, Innovation and Action Research

      My current work involves designing and formatting print and digital versions of pamphlets, brochures, books, reports etc. at CLIx. As a freelancer, I had worked with several organisations in different sectors and in different roles such as ePG- Pathshala (graphic designer), In Defence of Animals India (photographer), Writer Desk (writer and photographer), Development Management Institute, Bihar (proofreader) and Saikrupa Cable Network (founder, network engineer). My research was focused on gender, feminism, inequality and relationships. In my masters, I had worked with informal workers and domestic violence survivors.

      • M.A. (2017) Centre for Equity and Justice for Children and Family, School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social sciences. Social Work in Children and Families from
      • B.Com. (2015) from N.G. Acharya and D.K. Marathe College, Mumbai University.


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