A moment cannot and should not be considered enough for reflections such as these. Rather, it should encourage us to make an ongoing project of understanding the experiences and issues associated with poverty.
Who truly benefits from these prisons of consumerism, surrounded by manicured lawns and water fountains, where the defence of luxury has given birth to the policing of social boundaries through architecture?
Misunderstood and Misused: How diaspora groups can help in the country's recovery process
Understanding the theme of CEPA's symposium this year
Why the inclusion of women in fisheries-related work is essential?
A review of policy considerations on women and microfinance.
The event will be held on the 2nd December 2014 10.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. at the conference hall of the District Secretariat of Vavuniya.
Written by Dr. Nimal Sanderatne and Ms. Sharmini De Alwis