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May 3, 2024 Comments Off

JOIN US on June 25 for our Arts Exhibition marking The United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. Through diverse artistic expression, we aim to shed light on the ongoing

January 31, 2023 Comments Off

On  the  1st February,   the  Sri  Lankan  government   will   undergo  its  fourth   Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. You can watch it here between 9:30-12:30

July 19, 2022 Comments Off

This is the final of a 3-part series of essays and reports which the Sri Lanka Campaign have published in recent weeks, ahead of the Office of the High Commissioner on Human Right’s

July 12, 2022 Comments Off

This is the second of a 3-part series of essays and reports which the Sri Lanka Campaign will be publishing in the coming weeks, ahead of the Office of the High Commissioner on

July 7, 2022 Comments Off

This is the first of a 3-part series of essays and reports which the Sri Lanka Campaign will be publishing in the coming weeks, ahead of the Office of the High Commissioner on

March 17, 2022 Comments Off

The 49th Human Rights Council has been in session for the past few weeks, discussing a variety of human rights issues from around the globe. On 4 and 7 March, the Office of

December 21, 2021 Comments Off

As 2021 comes to an end, we have been looking back over some of the key developments in human rights, justice, and accountability in Sri Lanka over the last year. This has been

October 27, 2021 Comments Off

27th October is Day of Commemoration of Disappearances in Sri Lanka Sri Lankans have lived under the terrible shadow of enforced disappearances for decades: in the security forces’ campaign against the JVP leftists

April 13, 2021 Comments Off

Next week, more than 200 Sri Lankan troops will be deployed to a UN peacekeeping mission in Mali. We want to stop that from happening, and ask for your help to ensure that

March 19, 2021 Comments Off

The Human Rights Council (HRC) has now been in session for four weeks with discussions on human rights around the world. As we explored in a previous blog post, the report of the High