Published On: Sun, Oct 2nd, 2016

Tamils resort to nationalism to shore up eroding political base

raise-tamil-3JS Tissainayagam: Tamils resort to nationalism to shore up eroding political base

The Eluga Thamil rally is the expression of Tamil frustration witnessing the bases of their political power being compromised in favour of perpetuating Sinhala hegemony, as TNA members in the committees of the constitutional assembly appear to pussyfoot on pushing for a meaningful federal constitution. In the minds of the organisers of the rally and their…

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Political justice is not enough to rebuild Sri Lanka

Finally, given the wage and hour disparities between male and female workers, trade unions, NGOs, and international partners should pay particular attention to raising rights awareness among women workers and support targeted outreach to women who can become leaders in gender equality and non-discrimination against all workers. “After the survey I learned a lot…

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Call out Sri Lanka’s empty promises

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will be meeting with John Key at Government House in Auckland this Saturday for bilateral talks, the first meeting between the two leaders since the latter took office in January 2015. “New Zealand should offer support to help Sri Lanka’s leadership act swiftly on accountability for civil war crimes, which the new Government…

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Sri Lanka: Tamils rally in Jaffna against occupation, ethnic cleansing

Military intervention in Tamil civilian life, and sexual violence against women and children, were condemned. The rally demanded that “the occupying forces immediately leave the North and East”. The declaration called for “an international investigation to investigate crimes perpetrated on the Tamil people”. It also called for the repeal of the Prevention of…

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POST-WAR TOURISM: A TERROR TO MANY

Though the government has pledged to navigate all communities collectively towards peace and reconciliation, war tourism and land-grabbing for purposes of tourism have rendered residents helpless and desolate in Pasikudah, Kalpitiya, Kuchaveli, Jaffna, Panama, Irudeniyaya and Batticaloa.the grabbing of lands allocated for the fishing and farming communities to…

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Putrajaya told to drop activist’s criminal case on showing Sri Lanka documentary

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged Malaysia today to end the prosecution of activist Lena Hendry for illegally screening a documentary on war crimes in Sri Lanka. The global human rights group said criminalising the screening of films without government approval imposed a “disproportionate” burden on the right to freedom of expression. “Prosecuting Lena…

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