Paradise Poisoned

Learning about Conflict, Terrorism and Development from Sri Lanka’s Civil Wars
By John Richardson
“Paradise Poisoned” draws crucial lessons from Sri Lanka’s civil wars to demonstrate that violent conflict and terrorism are both predictable and preventable. ...

Cultural Minorities of Sri Lanka

By E. Vijayalakshmi
This book profiles five minorities of Parsis, Malays, Colombo Chetties, Malayalees and Portuguese and Dutch Burghers. These smaller communities have existed and grown in stature since the time Sri Lanka was called Ceylon. ...

Protection of Minority Rights & Diversity

By Nanda Wanasundera
The bibliography attempts to cover all areas of violence against women in the family, tThis publication is consequent to the South Asian Conference on Diversity and Pluralism in South Asia held in Colombo from November 16-18, 2000.

Foundations of Modern Society

By Rajiva Wijesinha
This book introduces students to ideas, events and personalities that have created the present –day world. Many of these significant factors either do not find mention in school texts or are not handled with sufficient clarity. ...

The Ocean Of Stories

Children’s Imagination, Creativity & Reconciliation in the Eastern Sri Lanka
By Patricia Lawrence
In the space of the Butterfly Peace Garden (Vanathithipoochchi samathana pongka), the idea of ground is basic. Stories arise out of the ground of the garden, and these story treasures form the flowing, creative structure of the garden. ...

Minority Protection in South Asia

By Amena Moshin
This makes an attempt to present to the reader information on the state of minorities through country-specific papers on minority protection and national standards in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. ...

I Want To Speak Of Tenderness

50 Writers for Anne Ranasinghe
By Gerard Robuchon
To commemorate Anne Ranasinghe’s 50 years in Sri Lanka, 50 writers from here and abroad have contributed texts to this volume. All the texts, except a few, are original unpublished writings specially produced for Anne. ...

Enforcing Human Rights

Towards An Egalitarian Sri Lanka
By S.Ratnajeevan. H. Hoole
The papers in this volume were presented at a two day seminar organized by the Ethics Committee of the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science. Contributors are: S. Ratnajeevan H. Hoole, Mark Fernando, Elmo Perera, Devanesan Nesiah, Shirani A. Bandaranayake, Greg Duly and R.B. Ranaraja. ...


By Jean Arasanayagam
The author records the authentic experience of living in the refugee camps during that traumatic era of anguish. The poems in this collection have their genesis in the camps. ...
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