“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Many were randomly scattered by Tamil Tiger rebels in the final months before their defeat.
At least 450 thousand women farmers earn less than 2 euros a day and almost 200 thousand migrant workers suffer abuse
“By 30 September the camp will be empty,” Minister of Resettlement Gunaratne Weerakoon told IRIN in Colom
2011 Nobel peace prize was given jointly to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, Tawakkol Karman, a democrati
A technical team from the UNHRC office in Geneva on the advice of HR High Commissioner Navi Pillay will arrive in the
UNP parliamentarian Rosy Senanayake says the bill while safeguarding women and child rights would also introduce seve
She pointed out that although many women should like to take part in representative politics, the prevailing politica
On 5th July 2012, a strong and diverse group of stakeholders working on women's empowerment issues came together to e
Sri Lanka, an island known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean, boasts an exotic beauty – attracting thousands of
Around the world, political power still comes with a price for women who seek it.
At Kahawatte, representatives from several religions met and addressed a press conference on the issue of insecurity
Scores of South Asian charities struggling to curb high child-marriage rates are backing a global movement spearheade
For Tamils, the end of Sri Lanka's civil war has brought no peace dividend; for Tamil women, peace has brought with i