“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.”
Sri Lanka is seeking foreign help to care for nearly 90,000 women who have been widowed due to the island's Tamil sep
Lalitha* was 23, from Petiva Pullumalai, deep in Sri Lanka's eastern interior, when the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ee
Only fifteen of nearly four hundred persons, most of them women, were allowed to witness before Sri Lanka's Lessons L
They don't beg for pity. At home they're boss. They wield a hammer by day and at night cradle their children.
Fifteen months after the end of fighting between Sri Lankan government forces and the Tamil Tigers, women in the nort
It was a typically hot, humid day in this eastern coastal village.
Although unmarried, Rajini Padamaraj, 32, is burdened with the responsibility of looking after the needs of her entir
In developing parts of the world like Sri Lanka, women remain more or less subjugated, writes Kalyani Inpakum
Whenever Sri Lankan rights activist Shereen Xavier attends a meeting related to her work in this war-battered norther
Political manifestos are often met with cynicism
USTPAC joins the world community in celebrating the International Womenï¿½s Day on March 8th, but
Joe Ratnam, a spokesman for the US Tamil Political Action Council (USTPAC), said, "USTPAC endorses and supports
The sexual violence of the Sri Lankan military against Tamil women is fully tolerated by Political leadership and tho