"SELF DETERMINATION IS KEY TO THE WORLD PEACE"
Sri Lanka Mar 8th 2014 | DELHI | From the print edition EVIDENCE of past atrocities keeps turning up in Sri Lanka. Last year 154 bodies were unearthed from a mass grave behind a hospital in Matale, in the centre of the island—victims, in all likelihood, of an uprising by Marxist rebels in the 1980s. [...]
By Paul Newman 07 Mar 2014 Posted 01-Mar-2014 Vol 5 Issue 9 Bishop Rayappu Joseph is called the Oscar Romeiro of Mannar by the Tamils of Sri Lanka. He is known as ‘Kotiya’ or the Tiger Bishop by the Sinhalese. A Doctorate in Canon Law from Rome, he was ordained as the second [...]
Tamil Guardian 06 March 2014 Bags with human remains have been found in Nanthikadal, near Mullivaikkaal, reported the Uthayan. The remains were found by a labourer from the area, who informed Northern Provincial Council member Mr. Ravikaran. Ravikaran confirmed to the Uthayan newspaper that he saw several sacks of human remains, of which the [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AHRC-ANM-012-2014 March 06, 2014 An Announcement by the Asian Human Rights Commission ASIA: AHRC TV- Human Rights Asia Weekly Roundup Episode 20 The AHRC releases today the 20th Episode, of the Human Rights Asia Weekly Roundup In this week’s programme we bring you coverage of the following stories from across Asia. As [...]
March 5, 2014 | Filed under: Colombo Telegraph, By Kumar David – Prof Kumar David Neoliberalism Underpins Wanathamulla And Slave Island Evictions: The Informal Economy and its Enemies The informal sector of the economy is the bedrock of an open society in third-world countries. When the bulldozers of the UDA roll in with white-vans in [...]
SRI lANKA Today at 4:18 AM Ms Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, after her visit to Sri Lanka last year, has issued a report reviewing the Sri Lankan Government’s efforts to investigate human rights violations committed during the civil war and considering the on-going impact of the war on civilians in [...]
Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2013 Sri LankaSri Lanka PDF Permalink: http://www.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/humanrightsreport/index.htm?year=2013&dlid=220404 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYShare Sri Lanka is a constitutional, multi-party republic. President Mahinda Rajapaksa was re-elected to a second six-year term in 2010. The Parliament, which was elected in 2010, shares constitutional power with the president. The president’s family dominates government. Two [...]
01 Mar 2014 Report from Agence France-Presse Published on 01 Mar 2014 03/01/2014 10:34 GMT COLOMBO, March 1, 2014 (AFP) – Another unmarked mass grave has been found in Sri Lanka’s former war zone, police said Saturday, as Colombo braced for a US-led censure resolution at the UN rights forum next week. A family on [...]
Feb 26 at 11:42 PM Dear all, I am happy to inform you that we are organising yet another cataract surgery camp, this time in Batticaloa, this weekend to help nearly 100 patients. This camp is funded by SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANISATION, BATTICALOA AND FUND FOR MAHALIRILLAM, AUSTRALIA. Dr Dias Jeyasiri has agreed again to carry [...]
The war against the Tamil Tigers cost thousands of lives in Sri Lanka Continue reading the main story Related Stories Sri Lanka to begin war dead census Broken survivors of Sri Lanka war Q&A: Post-war Sri Lanka A British citizen has died in prison in Sri Lanka seven years after being detained while visiting the [...]
Date: Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 2:46 PM To: Pam <firstname.lastname@example.org> Amnesty caseworkers fight for asylum seekers’ rights. They provide support and friendship to people who feel alone and forgotten. Make a difference to an asylum seeker in 2014 — fund a caseworker. Dear Pam, It’s no secret that the situation for asylum seekers in [...]
Posted: 24 Feb 2014 09:30 AM PST FIGHT CENSORSHIP: WATCH THE FILM As a response to the attempts by the authorities in India, Malaysia and Nepal to prevent No Fire Zone being seen we have taken the decision to make the film freely available online to the people of those countries. As a further response [...]
ALRC-CWS-25-06-2014 February 21, 2014 HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Twenty fifth session, Agenda Item 3, General Debate A written submission to the UN Human Rights Council by the Asian Legal Resource Centre A mass grave has been found at Thiruketiswaram, Mannar in January 2014. In 2013 a mass grave was also found at Matale and the investigations [...]
ALRC-CWS-25-06-2014 February 21, 2014 HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Twenty fifth session, Agenda Item 3, General Debate A written submission to the UN Human Rights Council by the Asian Legal Resource Centre A mass grave has been found at Thiruketiswaram, Mannar in January 2014. In 2013 a mass grave was also found at Matale and the [...]
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GLOBAL PEACE SUPPORT GROUP - UK - TIRELESSLY WORK ON THE CONCEPT OF:
"SELF DETERMINATION IS KEY TO THE WORLD PEACE"
MOURNS ON THE CONTINUED TRAGEDY OF THE PEOPLE OF North & East of Tamil EELAM WITH THE HOPE OF ALL OF OUR ENDEAVOURS WOULD BRING AN END TO THOSE SUFFERING DURING THE YEAR AHEAD.
The International community has a duty towards the long suffering Sri Lankan Tamil population to restore their rights of SELF DETERMINATION.
Global Peace Support Group - believes that this is the ONLY way for a permanent PEACE in Sri Lanka.