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In Memorium: Father Harry Miller - A Human Rights Champion In Memorium: Father Harry Miller - A Human Rights Champion Friday, 04 January 2019 Father Benjamin Henry Miller passed away on December 31 as the year 2018 came to...
Transitional Justice Training for Southern University Students Transitional Justice Training for Southern University Students Friday, 04 January 2019 Forty five students from the University of Ruhuna participated in a training programme...
Exchange Visits Promote Religious and Ethnic Harmony Exchange Visits Promote Religious and Ethnic Harmony Friday, 04 January 2019 Members of the Beruwala Local Inter Religious Committee (LIRC) visited Ampara and...

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International Pressure Continues To Be Important For Geneva Commitments - Jehan Perera Monday, 21 January 2019 In March this year Sri Lanka will report back to the UN Human Rights Council on its implementation of Resolution No 30/1 which it co-sponsored in October 2015. This is not going to be an easy session for the country as there is...
A Need to Rethink Staying Out of Government - Jehan Perera Monday, 14 January 2019 The east is a part of the country where the price paid by the people where the ethnicisation of politics is still a dominant factor is visible.  The main road runs through Tamil and Muslim settlements which are often consecutive...
The Prolonged Wait For Justice and For Political Leadership - Jehan Perera Monday, 07 January 2019 The failure of public opinion to function in a manner that considers all sections of society equitably can be seen in the matter of journalists who have been victims of human rights violations. There was a time when Sri Lanka...

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