This research study looks at thirty returnee migrant women. This study attempts to identify problems and prospects of settling back and reintegration of returnee migrant workers. The study found that return and reintegration differed widely for different groups of returnees depending on their own characteristics as well as depending on their own characteristics as well … Continue reading Transforming Lives
Sol 2014-1st Issue by wmcsrilanka on Scribd
The first issue of EYA, WMC’s Sinhala magazine, for the year 2014 covers Women and Religion
The second issue of WMC’s Options magazine for the year 2013 is out now. The latest issue features Sunila Abeysekara, founder of WMC, and her devotion towards safeguarding the rights of individuals, feminism and theatre. Read various narratives about Sunila along with articles and photo essays on women in a working environment. Read the magazine … Continue reading Options 2013: Issue 2
Women and Media Collective’s Sinhala magazine, EYA, is now online https://eyawmc.wordpress.com/
Contribute your articles for the next Options publication by Women and Media Collective. The concept, ‘Women and Religion’, will focus on women and religion from a feminist perspective. Send in your articles by the 30 June 2014.
Women Claiming Rights: Using normative frameworks of UNSCR 1325 & CEDAW
The second publication of Eya featuring Sunila Abeysekara
Some Insights from three Conflict Affected Districts in Sri Lanka By Dr. Sepali Kottegoda In May 2003, when a Ceasefire Agreement (CFA) had been signed between the Government of Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies prepared “The Assessment of Needs in the Conflict Affected Areas” which highlighted … Continue reading Are Traditional Midwives History ?