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This short video presents our recently concluded research on funding precarity and women’s peace work. This project explored how women’s civil society organisations that are engaged in peace work in Colombia, Nepal, and Northern Ireland experience the funding relationships in which they are embedded.
Prosecution of conflict related sexual violence (CRSV) in Sri Lanka remains notoriously intractable. Through an analysis of the Vishvamadu case, this study examines a variety of silences and disablements across a range of articulations and practices that work against the successful prosecution of CRSV in Sri Lanka, and thereby the delivery of justice to women victim-survivors who seek redress through a formal judicial process.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa commenced his Presidential election campaign in 2019 with the very same rhetoric of Sinhala Buddhist triumphalism and denial of disappearances that had defined the post-war regime of his brother Mahinda. So why is the present government continuing to maintain the OMP? Why this change of heart after the elections?
Project: Gender and Forced Displacement This report presents the preliminary results of a household survey of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Jaffna District in Northern…
This literature review was conducted to explore and critically analyse the case of women and land in Sri Lanka. Firstly, this review explores the pre-colonial,…

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