Publications

An Annotated Bibliography on Social Issues in Post-war Sri Lanka with Particular Reference to Conflict-affected Northern and Eastern Provinces

  This annotated bibliography was prepared by the International Centre for Ethnic Studies in Kandy for the socio-economic assessment of the Northern and Eastern Provinces conducted by the World Bank in collaboration with the Government of Sri Lanka. The document covers the literature (published and grey) relating to the social and psychological impact of the ...

Postwar Livelihood Trends in Northern and Eastern Sri Lanka

Using a wide range of information collected through key ...

Sustaining a state in conflict: Politics of foreign aid in Sri Lanka

This study focuses on the politics of foreign aid to Sri Lanka from ...

Freedom of Religion, the Role of the State, and Interreligious Relations in Myanmar

This study examines the state of religious freedom and ...

Exploring Women’s Empowerment

  edited by Ranmini Vithanagama   This research has set out to understand how these initiatives have changed the economic landscape for women in the North. More specifically, it explores the economic opportunities that have been created for womens advancement and empowerment in the post-war North. By employing a multi-disciplinary approach, the different studies in ...

Religious Interface and Contestations Between Buddhists and Muslims in Sri Lanka ( Sinhala)

This study examines the claim made by researchers that there is a shift in conflict dynamics in post-war ...

The Chronic and the Entrenched: Ethno-Religious Violence in Sri Lanka

The political transition of 2015 promised an end to ...

Limits of Expression : Creative Artists and Censorship in Sri Lanka

Through an examination of the experiences of political cartoonists and
film-makers ...