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My Time, My Work, My Value: Valuing Unpaid Care Work

My Time, My Work, My Value: Valuing Unpaid Care Work

Members of the Women and Media Collective were part of the “Who Cares!” forum in Melbourne yesterday to discuss the implications of the care economy on women and its contribution to the labour force. In Sri Lanka most women take on a role outside the labour force engaging in what is known as unpaid care...

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CTF on Reconciliation Mechanisms Final Report (All Volumes)

Executive Summary and Recommendations: Final Report on the Consultation Task Force and Reconciliation Mechanisms Click here to download the report Final Report on the Consultation Task Force and Reconciliation Mechanisms: Vol 1 Click here to download the report Consolidated Report Zonal Task Forces on Reconciliation Mechanisms: Vol 2 Click here to download the...

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Feminist Politics of Technology and Digital Security Workshop

Feminist Politics of Technology and Digital Security Workshop

In August 2016 feminists and sexual rights activists participated in a workshop on Feminist Politics of Technology and Digital Security organised by the Women and Media Collective together with the Association of Progressive Communications (APC). The workshop attempted to provide insights to how activists can harness the internet to talk about violence against women and...

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EYA 2016 : Annual Issue

රාජ්‍ය ප‍්‍රතිසංස්කරණය තුළ ස්ත‍්‍රී අයිතිවාසිකම්, එවරස්ට් තරණය කළ පළමු ශ‍්‍රී ලාංකිකයා ජයන්ති කුරුඋතුම්පාලගේ එවරස්ට් තරණයේ අත්දැක්මී ඇතුළු ලිපි රැසක් මෙවර ඇය 2016 වාර්ෂික කලාපයෙන්… Click here to download   EYA 2016 Annual Issue by wmcsrilanka on...

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National Women’s Convention 2016

National Women’s Convention 2016

The annual Sri Lankan National Women’s activists Convention organised by the Women and Media Collective was an opportunity to revisit ‘feminist understanding of the current political dynamics in Sri Lanka’. It brought together around 40 feminists and women activists, some representing organisations while others individually, to Wadduwa from the 14 – 16 of October 2016. The...

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Consultation on Gender and Electoral Systems

The move to reform electoral systems in the country has generated a broad discussion, particularly around the participation of women in the political process. The proposed Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) electoral systems is expected to use the First Past the Post (FPTP) and Proportional Representation (PR) voting systems enabling voters with greater privilege over the...

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Launching of ‘Ethno-Religious Nationalism and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Sri Lanka

The Women and Media Collective launched a research report titled ‘Ethno-Religious Nationalism and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Sri Lanka: a social media, print media and policy review’ at the International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) on the 11th of October 2016. At the launch the researchers presented their findings and this was...

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Winners: WMC short film competition 2015

Here are the winners of WMC short film competition for the year 2015. The screening and award ceremony will be held on the 31st of October 2016, Namel Malini Punchi Theatre, at 3 pm. 1st Place – S. Gnanamathangi for the film Mm 2nd Place – S.R.G. Chathumi Vidushika for the film The Image 3rd...

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