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அரச உட்கட்டமைப்பு வசதிகள் மீது பொதுமக்களுக்குரிய நலன்களை பாதுகாப்பதற்கான வாய்ப்புக்கள்: இலங்கையின் ஒழுங்கு முறைச்சட்டகங்கள் பற்றிய மீளாய்வு

உட்கட்டமைப்பில் முதலீடு செய்வது அபிவிருத்திக்கு இன்றியமையாதது. எவ்வாறாயினும், பலவீனமான ஆளுகையின் பின்னணியில், பெரிய மற்றும் பல்கூட்டு உட்கட்டமைப்பிற்கான அரச முதலீடு ஊழலுக்கான வளமான களமாக மாறி, விளைவாக நீடுறுதியல்லாத, செலவுகூடிய மற்றும் குறைதரமான உள்கட்டமைப்பை ஏற்படுத்துவதோடு உத்தேசித்த நோக்கங்களை நிறைவேற்றத் தவறிவிடுகிறது.

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W(h)ither Environmental Governance: Limited Access to Information Undermines Meaningful Participation in Development Projects

There is a surge in public agitation against environmental destruction caused by ongoing development projects in Sri Lanka. The surfacing of environmental issues after construction has commenced is highly problematic for two reasons. First, the construction may have already caused damage to the environment, which may be irreversible in certain cases. Second, the revising of original project plans to mitigate environmental damages can result in delays and increased costs.

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பொது நெருக்கடி நிலைகளுக்கான உரிய செயன் முறை மற் றும் தயார் நிலை: கொவிட் -19 தொற் றுநோயிலிருந் து இலங் கைக் கான படிப் பினைகள

கொவிட்-19 நோய்த்தொற்று காலப்பகுதியில் இலங்கையின் நீதி முறைமை சந்திக்க நேரிட்ட சவால்கள் காரணமாக உரிய செயன்முறை மீது ஏற்பட்ட தாக்கங்கள் தொடர்பில் இந்த அறிக்கையில் ஆராயப்படுகின்றது. கொவிட்-19 கட்டுப்பாடுகளின் காரணமாக கடுமையாக பாதிப்புக்குள்ளாகிய உரிய செயன்முறையின் இரண்டு பிரதான உரிமைகளை இவ்வறிக்கை அடையாளங்கண்டுள்ளது: (1) நியாயமான விளக்கமொன்றினை பெற்றுக்கொள்வதற்கான உரிமை மற்றும் (2) சட்ட பிரதிநிதித்துவம் மற்றும் சட்;ட உதவிகளை பெற்றுக்கொள்வதற்கான உரிமை.

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Due Process and Preparedness for Public Emergencies: Lessons for Sri Lanka, From the COVID -19 Pandemic

Verité Research’s latest study explores the due process implications of the challenges faced by Sri Lanka’s judicial system during the COVID-19 pandemic. It identifies two key due process rights which are adversely affected by the COVID-19 restrictions, namely the right to a fair trial, and access to legal representation and assistance.

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Reviewing the Data Dissemination Practices of Sri Lanka’s Department of Census and Statistics

In 2014 a data dissemination policy was introduced by the Department of Census and Statistics (DCS) in Sri Lanka. The DCS is the primary agency responsible for the collection, compilation and dissemination of official statistics.

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“පොදු දත්ත” පුද්ගලීකරණය කිරීම: ශ්‍රී ලංකා රේගුව උදාහරණයක් ලෙස

ජාත්‍යන්තර වෙළඳ දත්ත පොදු දේපලකි. සැබෑ කරුණු මත පදනම් වූ ප්‍රතිපත්ති සැලසුම් කිරීමට, ව්‍යාපාරවලට වඩාත් නිවැරදි තීරණ ගැනීමට, ආර්ථික හා සමාජීය කරුණු පිළිබඳ මහජන පර්යේෂණ සඳහා පෙළඹවීමට සහ ජනතාවට රජයේ වගවීම වැඩි දියුණු කිරීමට දත්ත සඳහා ප්‍රවේශය අත්‍යවශ්‍ය වේ. එහෙත්, ශ්‍රී ලංකා රේගුවේ දත්ත බෙදා හැරීමේ ප්‍රතිපත්තිය දත්ත පොදු භාණ්ඩ ලෙස දැකීමට පටහැනි ආකාරයෙන් සකස් වී ඇත. කලාපීය හා ගෝලීය ප්‍රවණතාව වන්නේ මෙම දත්ත වලට ඇති ප්‍රවේශය පහසු කිරීම වුව ද, ලංකාව සම්බන්ධයෙන් යාවත්කාලීන දත්ත සොයා ගැනීම පහසු නොවන අතරම ඒවා නොමිලයේ ලබා ගත නොහැක.

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Privatisation of Public Data: Sri Lanka Customs as a Case in Point

International trade data is a public good. Yet, SLC’s data dissemination policy is currently at odds with seeing the trade data it collects as a public good.

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Reducing the Gap in Understanding Sri Lanka’s Gender Gap

Sri Lanka recorded the largest ranking decline of 89 places in the Global Gender Gap Index (GGGI) from its introduction in 2006 to 2019/20.

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Sri Lanka: Resolution 30/1 Implementation Monitor: Statistical & Analytical Review No. 6

This is Verité Research’s latest study on the Sri Lanka government’s progress in fulfilling the commitments on reconciliation and accountability in UNHRC Resolution 30/1. At the 43rd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in February 2020, Sri Lanka informed of its decision to withdraw from co-sponsoring Resolution 40/1 of 2019, and its preceding Resolutions 34/1 of March 2017, and 30/1 of October 2015.

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Prejudice and Patronage: An Analysis of Incidents of Violence against Christians, Muslims, Hindus in Sri Lanka (September 2019 – September 2020)

Ethno-religious violence is an enduring feature of Sri Lanka history regardless of changes to the country’s political leadership. This study offers insights in key trends and drivers of religious violence from September 2019 to September 2020. A total of 63 incidents of violence against Christians as well as episodes of discrimination against Muslims and Hindus are analysed.

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