Space for Interaction hosts debates on topical and current issues related to poverty, development and social change, held at CEPA premises in an informal setting. The Café series focuses mainly on non-mainstream subjects, targeted towards non academic, non development and the youth. There are 4-6 Café series per year.
You are cordially invited to CEPA's 57th Open Forum on 'Even fish have an ethnicity… :A study on how ethnic identities mediate livelihoods in a fishing community in post-war Sri Lanka', in coastal Trincomalee.
The event will be held on January 24, 2018 at the Sri Lanka Foundation at 4:30 pm. This research presentation is based on the Ph.D study carried out by Gayathri Lokuge, Senior Professional, Centre for Poverty Analysis. The event will be facilitated by Dr. Malathi De Alwis. Discussants are Dr. Asha Abeysekera and Dr. Vagisha Abeysekera.
Sri Lankan think-tank promoting a better understanding of poverty-related development issues. CEPA believes that poverty is an injustice that should be overcome and that overcoming poverty involves changing policies and practices nationally and internationally, as well as working with people in poverty.
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No. 29 R.G. Senanayake Mawatha (formerly Gregory's Road),
Colombo 07, Western, Sri Lanka, 00700