Peace and Reconciliation

Language is a Bridge between Nations

Gayan Yaddehige Although there are various theories about the origin of language, humans have used it since times immemorial. Humans have used language as a medium of communication and also to pass on knowledge from generation to generation. Language, which was initially sign language, evolved into verbal and written communication through words and letters with […]
Peace and Reconciliation

Child Mind Affected by Communal Violence

Sampath Deshapriya Society has started to discuss the crisis the younger generation is facing today due to Covid-19. The problems faced by the children include limited mobility, closure of schools, and stress caused by online education. Latest reports indicate that child abuse has increased by 40% during the pandemic. 20% of the boys and 10% […]
Peace and Reconciliation

Bird Master’s Peace Mission with Parrots

Gayan Yaddehige “Sri Lanka is a multinational country where people of all religions live. They all have their own unique cultures. That makes a unique diversity in the country. How happy could we be if we all can accept that diversity without racial and religious divisions? But unfortunately, our impatience with diversity overwhelms us occasionally. […]
Right to Information Transparency and corruption in public service

Did we pay for the first 500,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine received from India!?

K. Prasanna Vaccination programmes for the general public have been intensified as the vaccine is considered to be the only solution to protect against the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic around the world. Vaccine rollout in Sri Lanka was launched on 29th January 2021. Vaccines such as Oxford AstraZeneca from India, Sinopharm from China, Sputnik-V […]