Citizens can call the RTI help desk at CPA from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, for assistance on filing and following up on RTI requests. The following posters were created to disseminate awareness on the service.
Consumption and Perceptions of Mainstream and Social Media in the Western Province 27 January 2016, 5 – 6.30pm, 1 Gower Street, Colombo 5. The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) is pleased to launch the top-line report of a survey on the consumption and perceptions of mainstream and social media in the Western Province. From the […]
The Presidential poll of 8 January 2015 inspired the largest number of voters in Sri Lanka’s history to turn out to elect a new president. The #IVotedSL campaign, which went viral in the lead up to and on the day of the election, was an unprecedented effort over social media to enhance voter turnout. Thousands of Sri Lankans […]
The Presidential Commission of Inquiry to Investigate into Complaints Regarding Missing Persons (the Commission), was established over a year ago on 15th August 2013 by Gazette 1823/42. The sole purpose of the Commission was to investigate and inquire into cases of disappearances in the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka. In March 2014, the […]
Following up the technical support and input provided by the Centre for Policy Alternatives and I to human rights defenders over a number of years in Sri Lanka, we decided to create a poster to help recall key aspects of online and mobile security. These high resolution posters are designed with Sri Lankan ground realities […]
Final Report on Election-Related Violence by the Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV) on the North-Western Provincial Council Election of 1999. Published in English, Sinhala and Tamil. Local: Rs. 250Overseas: US$ 12 Final Report on Election-Related Violence by the Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV) on the North-Western Provincial Council Election of 1999Final Report on […]
Media Coverage of General Election – April 2004 In its efforts to promote responsible, accurate and unbiased reporting, particularly during the critical elections the country faced on 2nd April 2004, the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) monitored election related coverage by state and non-state print and electronic media of all three language streams, covering the […]