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May 18, 2022 Comments Off

There is neither sea nor wind for us to dissolve the ashes proclaim an end and close our

May 16, 2022 Comments Off

In a turbulent week in Sri Lanka, peaceful protests were attacked, the Prime Minister resigned, the military were

April 27, 2022 Comments Off

Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ  As the Sri Lankan civil war was ending in 2009,

April 5, 2022 Comments Off

Over the weekend, Sri Lanka has been rocked by protests, police violence, curfews, and political turmoil. A lot

March 17, 2022 Comments Off

The 49th Human Rights Council has been in session for the past few weeks, discussing a variety of

March 4, 2022 Comments Off

by Alan Keenan London School of Economics and Political Science, GCRF Gender, Justice and Security Hub   The

February 10, 2022 Comments Off

On 7 February 2022, after more than 21 months in detention, the Colombo Court of Appeal granted bail to Hejaaz

December 21, 2021 Comments Off

As 2021 comes to an end, we have been looking back over some of the key developments in

December 16, 2021 Comments Off

On 3 December 2021, the UN’s expert on Contemporary forms of Slavery, Special Rapporteur Tomoya Obokata, published the preliminary

December 10, 2021 Comments Off

Today, on International Human Rights Day, the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), announced that Furqan Bangalzai, a former