Research papers

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

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

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 ethno-religious violence in Sri Lanka. Three years later, this promise remains largely unfulfilled. In this study, Gehan Gunatilleke, examines how ethno-religious violence has persisted, particularly in its chronic form, and looks at some of the factors that entrench and sustain such forms of violence. He ...

Limits of Expression : Creative Artists and Censorship in Sri Lanka

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

Womens Labour Market Outcomes and Livelihood Interventions in Sri Lankas North After the War

The study uses primary data from a large household survey to ...

Doing This and That – Self-employment and Economic Survival of Women Heads of Households in Mullaitivu

In post-war Sri Lanka, small, medium and micro (SME) enterprise development is ...

Making Ends Meet Womens Livelihoods in Post-War Sri Lanka

Women in Sri Lanka experience various forms of structural inequality and ...

Towards Recovering Histories of Anti-Muslim Violence in the Context of Sinhala Muslim Tensions in Sri Lanka

This research paper explores three incidents of Anti Muslim violence in ...

Post-War Realities: Barriers to Female Economic Empowerment

This paper aims to examine the main barriers to economic empowerment experienced by female-headed ...

War and Recovery: Psychosocial Challenges in Northern Sri Lanka

The proliferation of women heads of households has been one of the significant challenges created by armed ...
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