Centre for Policy Alternatives on 23 August, 2007

Informal Dispute Resolution in The North East and Puttalam

Informal Dispute Resolution in the North East and Puttalam Informal dispute resolution seemingly offers many advantages over formal means of redress. In particular, it is more flexible than the judicial system and can tackle issues which may be addressed by formal mechanisms. This study, commissioned under UNHCR's 'Peaceful Co-existence Initiative', was conceived to identify existing […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Sri Lanka’s Ethnic Problem and Solutions

Sri Lanka's Ethnic Problem and Solutions This booklet presents much useful information on the history of the ethnic problem in a simple attractive and succinct manner. It points clearly and with evidence the way the Sinhala majority leaders failed to remedy the substantial grievances of the Tamil people of this country. While doing to it […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process – May – July 2006

The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) has been engaged in a project “Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process” to assess the current status of the peace process. This project involves 4 of CPA's units and the Point Pedro Institute for Development, which looks at economics issues. Looking at developments within a quarterly period, this […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process – First Quarterly February – April 2005

The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) has been engaged in a project “Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process” to assess the current status of the peace process. This project involves 4 of CPA's units and the Point Pedro Institute for Development, which looks at economics issues. Looking at developments within a quarterly period, this […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process – February – April 2005

The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) has been engaged in a project “Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process” to assess the current status of the peace process. This project involves 4 of CPA's units and the Point Pedro Institute for Development, which looks at economics issues. Looking at developments within a quarterly period, this […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process – August- October 2006

The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) has been engaged in a project “Monitoring the Factors Affecting the Peace Process” to assess the current status of the peace process. This project involves 4 of CPA's units and the Point Pedro Institute for Development, which looks at economics issues. Looking at developments within a quarterly period, this […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 21 August, 2007

Land and Property Rights of Internally Displaced Persons

Land and Property Rights of Internally Displaced Persons This short-term study aims at identifying the main land and property issues currently emerging in the North East and at providing principled and practical recommendations to relevant decision makers to address challenges regarding land and property, resettlement, relocation, rebuilding and restoration of normalcy in the region. Download […]

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