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Events: 'தமிழர் தெருவிழா 2017' அங்குரார்ப்பண நிகழ்வுக்கு
Posted Date: 23/06/2017 (Friday)
ஸ்காபரோ சிவிக் சென்ரர் வட்ட அரங்கு 150 Borough Drive, Scarborough
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Events: The Vintage Banquet presents A Lunchtime Concert with Becky Burraway mezzo-soprano
Posted Date: 22/06/2017 (Thursday)
St Peter's Church. London Road. Norbiton
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Videos: Making the Invisible Visible: All Survivors Project
Posted Date: 22/06/2017 (Thursday)
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News: Vasu asks President Sirisena why no action against Chandrika
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
Ratnapura District UPFA MP and Joint Opposition firebrand, Vasudeva Nanayakkara, in a letter to President Maithripala Sirisena, demands to know why the Progress Review Committee chaired by the President to supervise the progress of probes conducted by the state investigation agencies has failed to take action as regards serious charges against former President Chandrika Kumaratunga.
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News: Constitutional means needed for prudent fund allocations
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
Human Rights Commissioner Ambika Satkunanathan calls for the inclusion of specific socio-economic rights such as health, education and livelihood in the proposed new Constitution to enable the judicial intervention to guarantee required allocation of available resources.
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News: You can’t suppress majority to make minority happy – Namal Rajapaksa
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
The militant movement Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) is fully backed by the incumbent government, said United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA) parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa. Rajapaksa, who is the son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, conceded that certain government elements instigated extremist violence against minorities during his father's governance.
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News: Retributive justice or restorative justice? Challenges to reconciliation:
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
In general, the two recognized approaches to reconciliation are: Retributive justice and Restorative justice. While retributive justice involves the perpetrator and the victim, restorative justice involves the perpetrator, the victim, and the community. Furthermore, while retributive justice is punitive, meaning that by punishing the perpetrator the victim finds relief that amounts to redressing the pain, albeit amounting to revenge, restorative justice focuses on healing the perpetrator the victim and the community.
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News: HRCSL: Foreign judges will enhance confidence in war crimes probe
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
The government had agreed to the participation of foreign judges in a war crimes probe in accordance with Oct 1, 2015 Resolution moved at the Geneva-based United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Human Rights Commissioner Ambika Satkunanathan says.
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Photos: Sri Lanka’s firebrand monk invokes Muslim menace
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
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Events: அலங்காரத் திருவிழா
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
2 Salisbury Road Manor Park London E12 6AB
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Videos: Victim and Witness Protection in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 21/06/2017 (Wednesday)
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News: Sri Lanka: Minister Threatens Defender of Minority Rights Investigate, Prosecute Attacks on Muslims, Christians
Posted Date: 20/06/2017 (Tuesday)
The Sri Lankan government should immediately repudiate statements by the country’s justice minister threatening to disbar a prominent lawyer for speaking out against attacks on religious minorities, Human Rights Watch said today. The incident highlights the government’s failure to fully investigate and prosecute recent attacks on Muslims and Christians in the Buddhist-majority country.
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Videos: Northern Provincial Council Drama
Posted Date: 20/06/2017 (Tuesday)
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News: Country lacks top political leadership to overcome challenges- Dy Minister Acquisition of factory-failed Doppler radar system revealed
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Wayamba Development and Cultural Affairs Palitha Thewarapperuma alleges that the yahapalana administration has failed to achieve its much touted objectives. Kalutara District UNP MP asserts that post-war Sri Lanka lacks proper political leadership to meet challenges it is faced with.
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News: Keith Noyahr abductors to be released
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Colombo High Court Judge Manilal Waidyathilaka yesterday made order that the suspects who are alleged to have abducted Journalist Keith Noyahr and assaulted him, be released on bail with stringent conditions. When the proceedings started the CID informed Court that Keith Noyahr has
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News: Police fear public uprising
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Police fear that the arrest of the Bodu Bala Sena leader Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara Thera would lead to negative consequences and even a possible public uprising, a high ranking Police official said yesterday.
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News: Sri Lanka arrests monk, police officer for anti-Muslim violence
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Sri Lankan police have arrested four people including a Buddhist monk and a police officer accused of taking part in an attack on a mosque, as part of a crackdown on violence against the minority Muslim population.
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News: Constitutional reforms stagnating like garbage
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
It is a typical incongruity of these times that constitutional reforms promising protection of civil liberties are discussed in tight-lipped seriousness in Colombo even while the police seem unable to arrest the hate mongering leader of the Bodu Bala Sena, Galaboda Gnanasara despite two arrest warrants being issued by the courts.
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News: SRI LANKA: Final Report on the ‘Policy and Legal Framework Relating to the Proposed Counter Terrorism Act of Sri Lanka’
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
The Foundation for Human Rights (‘FHR’) and the University of Pretoria’s Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa (‘ICLA’) have collaborated to produce this joint paper. The authors of the joint paper are Prof Christof Heyns, Director of ICLA and former UN Special Rapporteur on extra-judicial, summary or arbitrary executions; and Toby Fisher, a London based human rights barrister. The review represents the authors’ independent opinion.
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News: SRI LANKA: In support of religious minorities, rule of law and Lakshan Dias
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Religious minorities in Sri Lanka – particularly Muslims and Evangelical Christians – faced serious persecution under the Rajapakse Government, which has continued even under the Sirisena-Ranil Government. The Catholic Archbishop of Colombo, who has been hostile towards Evangelical Christians (a numerical minority amongst Christians), now appears to be assisting this Government’s approach of denying the actual problem and attacking those who are attempting to highlight the gravity of the problem
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