An Article by the Asian Human Rights Commission SRI LANKA: The loss of capacity for criminal justice Calling a civil conflict or a civil war, a war itself, is very misleading. Wars are fought with…
*OPEN TO SIGNATURES FROM SRI LANKAN CITIZENS AND THOSE OF SRI LANKAN ORIGIN ONLY PLEASE.* 05th May, 2021 Sri Lanka is facing an unprecedented rise in the number of cases, with the highly infectious B.1.1.7…Read More Government of Sri Lanka: Act Now to Save Our Lives!
The Negombo Labor Tribunal has ordered the Commercial Bank of Ceylon to pay Rs. 2,034,000.00 as compensation to an employee who worked for the Commercial Bank under the manpower label for 19 years. The special feature of this judgment…Read More Commercial Bank was ordered to pay Rs. 2 million as compensation to a dismissed manpower employee
Photo courtesy of Rohan Wijesinha “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” George Santayana In 1949, a year after Sri Lanka gained independence, a Committee on the Preservation of Wildlife (Sessional…Read More Human–Elephant Conflict: Lessons Not Learnt
Movement for Land and Agricultural Reform (MONLAR) is a nongovernmental organization, operating since 1990, that represents the rights of small-scale farmers and have been promoting environmentally friendly agricultural practices. MONLAR appreciate and congratulates the decision…Read More Points to be considered when making the decision to ban agrochemicals achievable
Posted May 03, 2021 by William Saas Documentary filmmaker Maren Poitras joins the podcast to discuss and share a teaser from Finding the Money, the first feature-length documentary on the past, present, and future of Modern Monetary…Read More Finding the Money w/ Maren Poitras
I have written this book on my inexplicable experiences for six years as a prisoner of several penitentiary settlements in Sri Lanka, which commenced exactly 50 years ago. I was a youth of 22 years…Read More SIX YEARS BEHIND THE BARS
Just think about a twenty year old youth, spending a prison term of six years and collecting all his experiences and memories during that period, and finally bringing all such notes into a book when…Read More The life in the prison – Book Review
On behalf of “Left Voice” Samantha Rajapaksha is politically questioning Parliamentarian C.V. Wigneswaran. The interviewer is a social and Trade Union activist of Sorbonne University in Paris. His involvement is in the field of public sector…Read More “I hope you and I are working in the same wave length” …C.V. Wigneswaran.
A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission India is facing a massive threat to the lives of its people as evidenced from the ever growing number of corpses that are being scattered everywhere in…Read More SOUTH ASIA: COVID -19 – South Asian Lives Matter
Satyagraha at Hingurakgoda, Sri Lanka is now being held for fifty five days for women across the country who have fallen into the microfinance trap… Amali Wedagedara and Vimukthi de Silva are two great women…Read More A Little effort for HUMANITY!