Projects

Reimagining the Museum: Celebrating Diversity and Archiving Loss

Sri Lanka continues to struggle with celebrating diversity and memorialising loss. This is despite centuries of cultural confluence, a location at the crossroads of trade and ...

Gender, Justice and Security Hub

ICES is part of a 32-institution global hub on Gender, Justice and Security ...

Realizing Rights and Reconciling After Conflict

This is a series of inter-related initiatives, undertaken by ICES that intend to seize the opportunities afforded by ...

Migration and Collectives/Networks as Pathways Out of Poverty in Fishing Communities

The International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in collaboration ...

Publications and Reports on Memory and Reconcillation

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Publications and Reports on Diversity and Social Inclusion

Sri Lanka Women Living with Disabilities ...

Lifting the Veil of Secrecy Right to Information Regimes in Emerging and Existing Democracies

A right to information law gives a person a right to demand information from a public body (and in some cases from a private body) without having to ...

Enacting a New Law on Disability Rights in Sri Lanka

On the 12th of August 2016, International Centre for Ethnic Studies hosted a round table discussion to generate a dialogue on disability rights in ...

Identifying Post-War Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women in Sri Lanka

Poverty levels among women in the war-affected Northern Province are among the highest in the country. Since the end of the war in 2009, there have been several initiatives by the Government, the non-governmental and ...