Sadhana Sanjay is a researcher working with ‘IT for Change’, an India-based non-governmental organization that works at the intersection of digital technologies, social justice and human rights from a Global South perspective. Her work primarily investigates the implications of rapid digitalization for India’s vast informal workforce and small entrepreneurs. Within this, her thematic areas of focus include the digital transformation of traditional livelihoods, the rights of gig/platform workers and gender-transformative technology policy. She is also interested in the role of international law and multilateralism in enabling development justice in the digital era, with reference to digital trade rules, e-commerce and the governance of cross-border data flows. Data governance is at the heart of her research, and she is currently examining the value of alternative and cooperative data governance models for underserved communities.