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Photos: Is there a US diplomacy vacuum at the UN in Geneva?
Posted Date: 28/02/2017 (Tuesday)
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Events: Capacity Building Workshop
Posted Date: 28/02/2017 (Tuesday)
Main Hall, Quaker Centre, Fairfield E, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2PT
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Events: Reports Release: “Human Rights Documentation in a Transitional Justice Context” A booklet prepared by ACPR for civil society organizations in Sri Lanka available in English, Tamil and Sinhala “Erasing the Past: Repression of Memorialization in North-East Sri Lanka” A report prepared by P.E.A.R.L. available in English and Tamil
Posted Date: 28/02/2017 (Tuesday)
Mini-Auditorium, Department of Physics, University of Jaffna,
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Events: Failing the Victims: An Expert Assessment of the Sri Lankan Government's Transitional Justice Efforts
Posted Date: 28/02/2017 (Tuesday)
La Pastorale » Route de Ferney 106, Genève
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News: More snags foul up Constitution making
Posted Date: 27/02/2017 (Monday)
Moves to draft a new National Constitution has hit a few snags because some clauses in the existing Constitution cannot be expunged except through a referendum. The policy framework placed before the country by President Maithripala Sirisena ahead of contesting the 2015 Presidential Election stated that the Executive Presidency will be replaced by an executive system that will be accountable to the Cabinet of Ministers and Parliament.
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News: Film spotlights post-war social, emotional trauma in Sri Lanka Muttruppulliya crew had to overcome many roadblocks
Posted Date: 27/02/2017 (Monday)
While a lot has been spoken about the violence during the decades-old war in Sri Lanka, I wanted to highlight the social, psychological and emotional trauma that many continue to grapple with even after the war is over, said Sherine Xavier, at the screening of her movie Muttruppulliya, on Sunday. The movie throws light on the post-war conditions in Sri Lanka and is narrated through the lives of four individuals — a former combatant, a historian, an environmental activist from various parts of that country, and a journalist who visits Sri Lanka from Chennai. The film follows the characters as they cling on to the memories of their loved ones, cope with the changing social conditions and discover themselves and the people around them.
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News: TNA meets with French delegation
Posted Date: 27/02/2017 (Monday)
The Leader of the Opposition and the TNA, Hon. R. Sampanthan MP met with a delegation of Senators from France at the Opposition Leader’s office in the Parliamentary complex today (27 Feb). At the meeting, Mr. Sampanthan briefed the delegation on the constitutional making process, stating that the new constitution should possess features that will give more powers to the provincial councils concerning matters of socio-economic development.
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Events: Genocide in Myanmar: the Annihilation of the Rohingya
Posted Date: 27/02/2017 (Monday)
Hoxton Arches, Cremer Street, London, E2 8HD
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News: Innocent military personnel will not be punished: President on firm stance
Posted Date: 25/02/2017 (Saturday)
President Maithripala Sirisena is on a firm stance that innocent military personnel should not be punished. He was also of the view that those who had committed offences should be dealt with, said Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development Minister Mahinda Amaraweera. Minister Amaraweera made this observation yesterday in Parliament responding to NFF leader and Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa.
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News: Civil society alleges Gotabhaya responsible for Noyahr abduction
Posted Date: 25/02/2017 (Saturday)
A civil society grouping that campaigned for Maithripala Sirisena at the January 2015 presidential poll yesterday alleged that the wartime Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa was behind the abduction of Associate Editor of The Nation, Keith Noyahr in May 2008. Addressing the media at the Centre for Society and Religion (CSR) Chameera Perera, co-convenor of the Left Centre alleged that the ongoing investigation pointed to the direct responsibility of Gotabhaya Rajapaksa in the heinous crime.
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News: UK Labour Party to reaffirm strongest possible support for the Tamil people at parliamentary event
Posted Date: 25/02/2017 (Saturday)
Leading figures from the UK Labour Party – including the Leader, Jeremy Corbyn MP, the Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell MP, and the Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry MP - will be attending a Tamils for Labour event next week to express their solidarity with the Tamil people, both in the UK and in Sri Lanka. The meeting, due to take place in the UK Parliament on Tuesday 28th February, comes at a particularly opportune time. It will coincide with the opening of the 34th Session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva, where the situation in Sri Lanka – in particular President Sirisena’s Government’s unwillingness to support the full implementation of UNHRC Resolution 30/1 on Sri Lanka – will be a focus of discussions.
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Events: "ஐநா மனித உரிமைப் பேரவையும் ஈழத்தமிழர் நீதியும்: அடுத்தது என்ன?" - UNHRC 34 ஆவது கூட்டத்தொடர் குறித்த கலந்துரையாடல் கூட்டம்-
Posted Date: 25/02/2017 (Saturday)
ஆஷா நிவாஸ், 9, ரட்லண்ட் கேட் 5 ஆவது தெரு, நுங்கம்பாக்கம், சென்னை 6. (நுங்கம்பாக்
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Events: First Death Aniversary of Fr de Fontgaland
Posted Date: 25/02/2017 (Saturday)
Leo Marga Ashiram, 121/1 St. Thomas Road, Bandarawella Sri Lanka
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News: UN wants further release of military held land in north
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
A UN Special Rapporteur has called on the Government to continue and step up the release of the remaining 6,124 acres of the land currently held by the military in the North as well as other lands and coastal areas occupied by the military. Rita Izsák Ndiaye, the Special Rapporteur on minority issues who undertook a mission to Sri Lanka from 10 to 20 October 2016 in her report to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) also said that a proper mapping exercise of all the lands currently occupied by the military must take place, and lands currently not in use or whose use cannot be adequately justified for military purposes must be returned without delay to their rightful owners in a condition that is usable.
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News: TNA will achieve purpose whatever happens at referendum: JO
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
If the government opts for a Constitutional referendum, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) will achieve its objectives regardless of the referendum results, the Joint Opposition (JO) said yesterday. Addressing the press, JO Parliamentarian MP Keheliya Rambukwella said the reason behind both R. Sampanthan and M.A. Sumanthiran calling for a referendum was because the TNA would benefit from it even if the referendum was lost.
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Photos: Justice Denied To Survivors Of The Kumarapuram Massacre Of ‘96
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
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Photos: MR Slams CBK For Revealing Army Sexual Abuse Against Tamil Women
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
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Photos: Government Likely To Get Two More Years
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
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Photos: Sri Lankan military intelligence officers suspected in journalist's murder
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
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Events: மகா சிவராத்திரி விரத வழிபாடு
Posted Date: 24/02/2017 (Friday)
2 Salisbury Road, Manor Park, London E12 6AB
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