Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

Keynote speech delivered by Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu at the Annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture held

Keynote speech delivered by Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu at the Annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture held in September 2002.Keynote speech delivered by Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu at the Annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture held

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

CPA condemns killing of Lakshman Kadirgamar and calls for a principled peace process

CPA CONDEMNS KILLING OF LAKSHMAN KADIRGAMARAND CALLS FOR A PRINCIPLED PEACE PROCESS The brutal and cowardly assassination of Sri Lanka?s Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar is a grim reminder to all that the three years following the ceasefire agreement has not gone beyond the state of a `negative peace? or what is called a `No War […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

Articles by Social Indicator on Federalism and Party Politics

“Federalism: Some debates never die”-Article written by Pradeep Peiris in the Dailymirror of 21st March 2007. “Crossover and Mixed Public Reaction”-Article written by Pradeep Peiris and Rangani Ranasinghe in the Dailymirror of 10th March 2007 Articles by Social Indicator on Federalism and Party Politics

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

Facets of Corruption

“Facets of Corruption”- Article written by Sanjana Hattotuwa which appeared in the March 2007 issue of Montage.Facets of Corruption

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

“Conspiracy Theories”

“Conspiracy Theories” – Article written by Sanjana Hattotuwa in the Daily Mirror on 30th March 2007.“Conspiracy Theories”

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

The banality of evil

“The banality of evil” – Article written by Sanjana Hattotuwa in the Daily Mirror on 11th June 2007.The banality of evil

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 24 August, 2007

THE MEDIA MONITOR – Vol 1 Issue 1

THE MEDIA MONITORVol 1 Issue 1 The Media Monitor is published as a dialogue in Sinhala, Tamil and English. The ?Monitor? critically reviews the print and electronic media on its reportage of the ethnic conflict, gender, environmental and other public policy issues impacting on democratic governance and conflict resolution. ? Local: Rs. 200Overseas: US$ 10

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