Category: Networks

2007

The SLWNGOF co-hosted the Women’s Consultation for the 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP) with the Women and Media Collective and the Community Forum for the 8th ICAAP, bringing together women from across the country.

The SLWNGOF submitted a letter of protest on the banning of women with children under five … Continue reading 2007

International Women’s Day 2007

International Women’s Day 2007 was celebrated by over 1,000 women from 40 women’s organizations belonging to the network Sri Lanka Women for Peace and Democracy. The women who attended were from Moneragala, Polonnaruwa, Kandy, Hatton, Puttalam, Kurunegala, Anuradhapura, Mahiyanganaya, Wilpotha, Rajanganay, Welikanda, Singhapura, Hambantota, Galle, Buttala, Badulla, Matara, Ratnapura, Negombo, Kalutara, Colombo, Moratuwa, Ja-Ela, Katunayake, … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2007

2005-2006 


• Livelihood disbursement to tsunami affected women,
   particularly vulnerable groups such as widows. Funding
   was channeled through selected women’s organizations
   with a record of working in these areas.   • Training of Trainers program- ‘Promoting the Rights of
   Women’- across six districts, Ampara, Batticaloa,
   Galle, Hambantota, Matara and Trincomalee, which
   focused on community workers who worked directly
   with women and girls affected … Continue reading 2005-2006 


Women’s Peace Vigil for International Peace Day

To mark International Peace Day, a Women’s Peace Vigil was held on 21st September 2006 at Lipton Circus, Colombo. Women gathered from many parts of the island, including Batticaloa, Polonnaruwa, Kandy, Puttlum, Kurunegala, Balangoda, Galewela, Galle, Buttala, Badulla, Hatton, Mahiyanganaya, Jaela and Colombo. The peace vigil was to commemorate International Peace Day and to convey … Continue reading Women’s Peace Vigil for International Peace Day

Women Condemn the Attack on Civilians at Kebithigollewa

The Sri Lankan Women for Peace and Democracy (SLWPD), of which the WMC is a member organisation, issued a Media Statement to all media institutions condemning the claymore attack allegedly by the LTTE on a passenger bus at Kebethigollewa on the 15th of June 2006. Although it was sent to all media institutions, it was actually … Continue reading Women Condemn the Attack on Civilians at Kebithigollewa