Priya Lukka

Priya Lukka is an economist who works in international development, and a visiting Research Fellow at Goldsmiths University in London. She is interested in structural and decolonial approaches to poverty and inequality.

Mozambique flooding

It’s time to decolonise our multilateral system for climate justice

Outside the confines of the current multilateral system, a plurality of knowledge is thriving. It is knowledge that will swell and flow through all the lands and rivers it can reach until it can no longer be ignored.

December 20, 2021

Reparations March 2020

Can Reparations Help us to Re-envision International Development?

Reparations are important because they provide an alternative vision of what international development could be if these issues were properly taken into account. Although originally defined in terms of active amends to repair a wrong, debates around reparations have grown to include new ways of understanding contemporary problems.

January 23, 2020