Centre for Policy Alternatives on 1 February, 2012

1st Issue of Vibasha Newsletter (Sinhala, Tamil, English)

The 1st Issue of Vibasha Newsletter is available in Sinhala, Tamil and English.

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 13 January, 2012

Rural Education Assistance Programme 2009

The Rural Education Assistance Programme 2009 funded by Sahaya Foundation USA, aims to promote equitable access to education for some of the poorest children of Sri Lanka, the children of estate workers in the Plantation Sectors. Administered by its local partner, the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) this programme will provide small scale scholarships taking […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 6 December, 2011

Land Issues in the Northern Province: Post-War Politics, Policy and Practices

6 December 2011: Land Issues in the Northern Province: Post-War Politics, Policy and Practices by Senior Researchers Bhavani Fonseka and Mirak Raheem at the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) is the most recent endeavour by CPA to critique and provide alternatives to land and related issues in the post-war Northern Province in Sri Lanka. Download […]

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 6 December, 2011

Public Servants, Tax Payers and the Pradeshiya Sabha (Sinhala publication)

Public Servants, Tax Payers and the Pradeshiya Sabha can be downloaded as a PDF in Sinhala here.

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 6 December, 2011

CPA Publications Catalogue 2010

Download the catalogue here as a PDF.

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 6 December, 2011

Awareness Raising Workshop for Newly Elected Local Authority Leaders in Jaffna & Killinochchi

Awareness Raising Workshop for Newly Elected Local Authority Leaders in Jaffna & Killinochchi 4th-5th Nov 2011 ### Download the report of the workshop as a PDF in English here.

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Centre for Policy Alternatives on 22 November, 2011

Freedom of Expression on the Internet in Sri Lanka

22nd November 2011, Colombo, Sri Lanka: The Centre for Policy Alternatives is pleased to release a new report examining the freedom of expression on the Internet in Sri Lanka. Since 2007, the freedom of expression on the Internet has faced considerable restrictions on account of the arbitrary blocking of websites and pronouncements by the government […]

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