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1. Establishing Association of War Affected Women (AWAW)
The Association of War Affected Women was established in 2000 to create a space for war affected women, specifically mothers and wives, of those who are missing to come together across the divide to work for peace. Read More
2. AWAW – 1325 Journey
AWAW have had many workshops for women politicians on power sharing and has also done extensive dissemination workshops on UN resolution 1325 throughout the country for urban and grass root level women leaders and politicians.
Follow AWAW’S 1325 Journey elaborately below……..
- AWAW 1325 Journey – Part 1
- AWAW 1325 Journey – Part 2
- AWAW 1325 Journey – Part 3
- AWAW 1325 Journey – Part 4
2. AWAW Advocacy Roadmap
The advocacy road map developed by AWAW in partnership with diverse group of activists and organizations from across the country working on Women, peace and security was launched on the 18th of July 2014. Find AWAW’s advocacy road map here
3. Daranni – Women Then and Now
4. In Pursuit of the Right to Peace- Salma Yusuf
5. Bringing Villages to Normalcy – Upholding Traditional Values towards Reconciliation
An exercise is to explore that possibility within the path of our traditional religious and cultural values of all great faiths and to build a prosperous nation where skills and abilities are polished with attitudes which are embedded with humanity….
Bringing Villages to Normalcy – Upholding Traditional Values towards Reconciliation- Training Manuels
6. Training Manuel on Enhancing Women’s Political Participation
With enormous gratitude to Women Campaign International of the United States of America and United States Agency for International Development for their sponsorship and support towards the production, this training manuel is a a gift for those courageous women who strive to stand against unfairness the world over, wishes to be of honest service to the people, works towards the development of women working on being in governing bodies which are closer to the people and women who work in expectation of reaching decision making positions in any field.- Visaka Dharmadasa
Training Manuel on Enhancing Women’s Political Participation
7. What caused the repeated outbreak of violent social eruptions in Sri Lanka during past five decades and what can be done to prevent such upheavals in future? – Report on reflections by civil society actors
By Professor Kalinga Tudor Silva
Click here to view the document in English
8. Access to Services, Identity Politics and Challenges for Social Harmony in the Sri Lankan Periphery – Report based on the research findings
Click here to download the report in English