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ICES Working Paper No. 07
By Danesh Jayatilaka, Kopalapillai Amirthalingam and Shiyana Gunasekara
October 2015
This study was carried out as part of the three-year research project „Involuntary Resettlement: A Cross Country Study on Urban Inequality and Poverty‟ of the „Safe and Inclusive Cities‟ (SAIC) global research programme … Read More

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By by K.M. de Silva
August 2015
The book aims to examine some of the vitally important political issues that form an essential part of the … Read More

project on internal displacement

Research Paper
By Danesh Jayatilaka and Dr. Kopalapillai Amirthalingam
April 2015
Four Case Studies
The below four small case studies conducted for this desk research corroborate the literature and illustrate some of the issues women recurrently face due to conflict-induced … Read More


In the aftermath of protracted civil conflicts, as in Sri Lanka’s case, truth and reconciliation processes have come to be accepted as the normal process forward to… Read More

Women livelihoods

Poverty levels among women in the war-affected Northern Province are among the highest in the country. Since the end of the war in 2009, there have been several initiatives by the Government, the non-governmental and… Read More

Through research, dialogue, education, and community interventions, this project will enhance understanding between and amongst different religious groups in Sri Lanka … Read More


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Founded by Regi Siriwardena in 1984 as The Thatched Patio, Nethra (renamed in 1994)has aligned itself with the academic research that ICES has carried out over the years. This year, ICES is reviving Nethra as a blog…Read More