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June 6, 2015
Women Migrant Workers & Trafficking in Sri Lanka (2008)
The study on Women Migrant Workers and Trafficking in Sri Lanka sheds light on a burning issue that has not been researched extensively in recent time in Sri Lanka. It looks specifically at why and how women are trafficked in the process of migration and what the consequences are. The specific recommendations identify the need to address root causes and suggest community based mechanisms of vigilance committees and rights protection networks.
Remembering Bernadeen (2009)
The book is far more than a tribute to the memory of Bernadeen Silva. Through the life of this unassuming and lovable campaigner for justice it captures fascinating insights in to some of the social and political activism of the…