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Haunted By Her Yesterdays: Women Fighters of LTTE #Vaw #Video #mustwatch

This documentary tells a story of silent agony, trapped screams and repressed mourning. A story of women forced to deny their identity — who are trapped in between a government which sees them as “Tigers,” and a society whose norms… Continue Reading →

‘Probe sexual violence against Tamils in Sri Lanka’ #Vaw

NEW DELHI, February 22, 2013 J. Balaji, The Hindu The Hindu File photo of Brad Adams, Asia Director, Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch’s report to be released on Monday The Human Rights Watch (HRW), a global human rights organisation, has sought… Continue Reading →

#Srilanka -Without truth, there can be no justice or peace

Callum Macrae’s documentary No Fire Zone: Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields is making waves, showing war crimes during the LTTE-government conflict. Speaking with Manoj Ramachandran, Macrae discussed his views on the Sri Lankan government, why accountability is crucial – and how… Continue Reading →

Sri-Lanka Genocidal sex abuse of ex-LTTE female cadres #VAW

[TamilNet, Thursday, 30 August 2012, ]   The genocidal Sri Lanka military occupying the country of Eezham Tamils is routinely engaged in repeated sexual abuse of the former female members of the LTTE to see them pregnant by the Sinhala… Continue Reading →

At Home with Violence: Ethnic LIfe in Colombo by Sharika Thiranagama

  Colombo, where every anti-Tamil riot in Sri Lanka has begun, is, at the same time, a city of many Tamil-speaking (and other) minorities. This paper takes Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka and the urban heart of Sri Lanka… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka: A child is summarily executed

Footage of atrocity committed at the end of the government’s war with the Tamil Tigers is revealed Callum Macrae It is a chilling piece of footage that represents yet another blow for the beleaguered Sri Lankan government in its attempts… Continue Reading →

Mr. Minister, my name is Sunanda Deshapriya. I am not a terrorist.

5 Feb, 2012,  Sunanda Deshapriya       An Open Letter to Srilankan Minister Keheliya Rambukwella Mr. Minister, I don’t know whether you have seen the film called ‘my name is Khan. In it, the main character played by popular… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka: No Progress on Justice | Human Rights Watch

A member of the Free Media Association shouts slogans in front of an image of missing cartoonist and columnist Prageeth Eknaligoda during a protest in Colombo June 8, 2011. The protest was held to mark 500 days since the disappearance… Continue Reading →

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