Vidur focuses on adolescent and youth civic agency in the developing world and particularly in post-conflict countries with large youth bulges. He is interested in the role of formal and non-formal educational opportunities in young people's imaginings of their roles in rebuilding conflict-torn societies and the potential and promise education holds for peace building. He has policy-based experience while consulting for UNICEF and UNHCR and practice-based experience while working for international organizations such as Save the Children and RET. He has also worked on early childhood development issues in the developing world and has had international work experience in Bhutan, Burundi, Ethiopia, India, Rwanda, Syria and the United States. Vidur also has a M.A. in International and Development Economics from Yale University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Delhi, India.