Shreya Paudel is an Erasmus Mundus scholar, pursuing her joint master’s degree in Global Development Policy. As a research intern within the research team Institutions for Collective Action (ICA) her focus is primarily to examine the considerations for heterogeneity in the design and practice of institutions for collective action in Nepal. She works closely with the research team focusing on the discourse surrounding the impact of heterogeneity on the capacity, effectiveness, and resilience of the ICAs.
Prior to this, in Nepal, Shreya has been actively engaged in research and policy analysis on collective action and social cohesion, democratic governance, federalism, gender, and social inclusion. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Development Studies from Kathmandu University, Nepal.