We are a global non-partisan movement that aims to:
We are not affiliated with any political or ethnic group inside or outside of Sri Lanka. We exist to fight for the rights of every person
living in Sri Lanka, as well as all of those now living beyond its borders due to war, violence, and persecution.
We are a small organisation, up against some sizeable and deep-rooted challenges. Nonetheless, working alongside many brave and tireless activists in Sri Lanka and around the world, we have had considerable success.
You can read about some of our previous campaigns and achievements here.
The Campaign is entirely non-profit and independent of all groupings inside and outside Sri Lanka.
It is run by the Board of Directors assisted by a group of advisors. The Campaign is supported by a dedicated group of volunteers,
who are coordinated by the Campaign Director. All board members and advisors are unpaid and all support the Campaign
in their personal capacities to maintain its independence.
You can find out more about how we are funded by looking at our most recent accounts.
Board of Directors
The Campaign’s decision-making body is its Board of Directors. The Board decides on the Campaign’s organisational structure, overall objectives, and work programme. The Campaign Director is an ex-officio member of the Board but does not have a vote.
The current board members are:
- Ingrid Massage (Chair)
- Angela Seay (Company Secretary)
- Simon Long
- Aura Freeman
- Ben Kumar Morris (Campaign Director)
- Yvonne Schofield (Deputy Campaign Director)
The Campaign relies on a dedicated team of unpaid volunteers, drawn from a variety of ethnic and professional backgrounds. Our volunteers carry out a range of roles, including undertaking research, contributing articles, and fundraising.
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The Campaign is supported by a group of advisors. These influential figures come from all walks of life and regions of the world and support the Campaign’s three main objectives: to achieve genuine reconciliation based on accountability for violations of international law, to build respect for human rights and the rule of law, and to support efforts within Sri Lankan civil society to promote a just and lasting peace.