New Media

16 Days Online Campaign – 2011

16 Days Online Campaign – 2011

In lieu of the 16 Days Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence, WMC launched an online campaign at http://srilanka16days.wordpress.com/ using social networking and blogging as a platform for raising awareness. The campaign was held from the 25th of November to the 10th of December. Some of the blog posts from the campaign were republished in mainstream media....

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Documentary on migrant worker Ariyawathie

ACTFORM produced a documentary on Ariyawathie from Hakmana, Matara (in the Southern Province) who was inhumanely tortured while working in Saudi Arabia in 2010 by her employers who hammered nails into various parts of her body. The documentary is in Sinhala with English subtitles. DVDs were distributed to relevant Ministries, migrant worker organizations, trade unions etc. and...

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Panel Discussion on Internet and Web Censorship

WMC attended a panel discussion organized by CPA on 29.11.2011 on Internet and Web...

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Meeting with Sinhala and Tamil language women bloggers

WMC organized a meeting with Sinhala and Tamil language women bloggers, the first of its kind in Sri Lanka. The meeting was held on the 9th of September 2011. It was attended by over 20 bloggers including several bloggers from...

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Media work

You’re most welcome to work with us as a writer, blogger, radio maker or filmer. WMC works from a women’s perspective, covering women’s and gender issues. We offer support for your work and opportunities to get your work published, through weblogs, our magazines or other outlets.

Campaigns and events

We also invite you to support our campaigns and events. Do you like to organise activities? Or assist our work with women and women organisations in Sri Lanka?

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