Our research examines the action/inaction of the state, the market, and people’s movements in perpetuating or resisting inequality, discrimination and exploitation. We conduct actionable research shaping public discourse, opinion, law and policy towards a more equitable end for the most underprivileged. These find reflection in our annual flagship publication, the India Exclusion Report. We particularly focus on right to food & social security, agrarian distress and informal labour, the tribal question, religious and communal conflict, exclusions based on age, gender and disability, and so on. We strive towards establishing a dialogue with movements and community organizations on ground, with policy makers and public intellectuals, and with students.