Research papers

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 ...

Impact of Intimate Relationships on Livelihood Activities of Women Affected by War in Northern Sri Lanka

The study explored the impact of intimate relationships on womens livelihoods in a post-war context. It looked ...

Womens Economic Empowernment : A Literature Review (Sinhala)

Achieving womens economic empowerment is dependent on the interplay of a number of factors. First and foremost are the ...

Womens Economic Empowernment : A Literature Review (Tamil)

Achieving womens economic empowerment is dependent on the interplay of a number of factors. First and foremost are ...

Fracturing Community : Intra-group relations among the Muslims of Sri Lanka (Sinhala)

Ethno-religious violence has a long history in Sri Lanka dating far back as 1883. The Muslims of ...

New Buddhist Extremism and the Challenges to Ethno-Religious Coexistence in Sri Lanka

This study attempts to understand the emergence of politically motivated Buddhist organizations, their ...

Religious Interface and Contestations Between Buddhists and Muslims in Sri Lanka

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

Womens Economic Empowernment : A Literature Review

Achieving womens economic empowerment is dependent on the interplay of a
number of factors. First and foremost are the gender norms that dictate womens role
in society ...
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