Sri Lanka’s Hill Country Tamils marginalized despite ending statelessness: report

Sri Lanka’s Hill Country Tamils marginalized despite ending statelessness: report
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Taken from - economynext Sri Lanka’s ‘Hill Country Tamils’, who for generations produced its main agricultural export, Ceylon tea, remains marginalised despite gaining formal citizenship requring remedies, a new study said. ” . . . the mere granting of ‘formal...
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කුට්ඨනය: බරපතල ලෙස නොදකින බරපතල අපරාදයක්
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පළවූයේ - රැස සම්පාදනය -  නීතීඥ සුපුන් ජයවර්ධන පහත සිදුවීම් ගැන මොහොතක් සිතන්න. මෙම  සිදුවීම් ත්‍රිත්වය  සලකා බලන විට කුමාරන්, කමල් සහ ජමීලා විවිධ අපරාදවලට වෙන වෙනම  ගොදුරු වී ඇති බව පැහැදිලි ය. නමුත් ඔවුන් තිදෙනාම ගොදුරු වූ තවත් අපරාදයක්...
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රක්ෂණාවරණ එපා වෙයි?
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පළවූයේ -  දිනමිණ - නීතීඥ සුපුන් ජයවර්ධන ස්වභාවික ආපදාවන් නිසා සුළු හා මධ්‍ය පරිමාන ව්‍යාපාරිකයන්ට පසුගිය වසර කිහිපය තුළ සිදු වූ මූල්‍යමය අලාභ හානිය අතිමහත්ය. ස්වභාවික රක්ෂණාවරණ යනු මෙම හානි තුළින් ඇතිවන අහිතකර ප්‍ර‍තිඵල අවම කරගැනීමට අනුගමනය කර හැකි එක ක්‍ර‍මවේදයකි....
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Better pay, security could help reduce Sri Lanka’s Labour shortage
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Taken From economynext Image Courtesy - pixbay Offering better pay, security of employment and flexible working hours could help resolve labour shortages facing several industries in Sri Lanka, a new study has said. The top three challenges faced by employers...
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Verité Research releases comprehensive report on Sri Lanka’s youth unemployment
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Taken From - DailyMirror Image Courtesy - gettyimages Verité Research, with support with the USAID funded Youlead programme, released a thought-provoking report and recommendation in their Youth Labour Market Assessment 2018. The study has revealed several interesting insights on Sri...
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Youth Labour Market Assessment Sri Lanka
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The Youth Labour Market Assessment takes an in-depth look at youth employment and unemployment in Sri Lanka. This report examines 4 gaps; skills gap, aspirations gap, information gap and the structural gap, which are used to explain the paradox of...
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Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment signs MoU with Verité Research
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Left to Right: Dr. Nishan de Mel (Executive Director – Verité Research), Mr. L. M. K. Muthukumarana (Deputy General Manager – Legal & Airport), Mr. W.M.V. Wansekara, (Acting General Manager – SLBFE) The Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment (SLBFE)...
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Women’s Representation and Participation in Formal Politics
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By Daisy Perry Despite the drive for gender equality promoted at the Beijing UN World Conference on Women in 1995, the Sri Lankan State appears to have taken little responsibility for narrowing the gender gap in political representation. Savitri Goonesekere explains...
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Women’s Participation at the Grassroots Level
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By Daisy Perry Drawing on the idea that the personal is political and challenging the notion that political empowerment can be measured solely with a seat in a legislature, this article focuses on the forms in which women who are not...
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Labour
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Research shows that the exclusion of domestic workers from the legislative framework contributes to the high level of vulnerability associated with domestic work, as well as a devaluation of the economic benefit of the services performed by domestic workers. A...
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