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13 Nov
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‘Web Walkers’: Preventing Violent Extremism through Online Engagement

‘Web Walkers: Preventing Violent Extremism (PVE) through Youth Online Engagement’ is a  youth driven project in which an effort was made to include a...
13 Nov
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Online capacity building sessions for CSOs

On 24 August CEJ conducted virtual capacity-building sessions in Sinhala and Tamil. The objective of these webinars was to build the capacity of women and CBOs...
13 Nov
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The way forward on women and reparations in Sri Lanka

In an effort to advocate for women victim survivors of war and incidents of civil unrest and their need for urgent reparations, CEJ conducted two virtual round...
13 Nov
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Community-driven Development Projects

Twelve small development projects proposed by youth networks were executed in the Vavuniya, Trincomalee, and Monaragala districts during December 2019 and...
13 Nov
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Making Voices of Youth and Women Matter

A National Level Dialogue on ‘Reconciling Sri Lanka: Making Voices of Youth and Women Matter’ was held on 26 November 2019, at the BMICH. Promoting...
13 Nov
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Professor Ruth Rubio Marin Discusses Reparations

Professor Ruth Rubio Marin Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Seville delivered the keynote speech at a virtual event hosted by CEJ on 30 September...
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