This handbook was designed to support women with a keen interest to get online. Appropriate for beginners, this book introduces you to the very basics of the most commonly used web platforms that are available on the internet for free. It is our intention to encourage women to make their voices heard at a global … Continue reading Getting Online: A basic guide to Email, Blogging, Twitter and Facebook (New Media Handbook)
This manual was developed with feedback of 40 trade union female members of 20 trade unions who belong to the Trade Union Women United network coordinated by Women and Media Collective. The manual is available in the Sinhala and Tamil languages. Through this manual users can obtain similar levels of knowledge, attitudes and skills and … Continue reading Training of Trainers manual on leadership for women in Trade Unions of Sri Lanka
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rigths (SRHR) in Sri Lanka
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
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 ?
This study by the Women and Media Collective is on Sri Lankan returnee migrant women and, brings to life the stories of thirty women from the Kurunegala District in Sri Lanka. The women had been employed as domestic workers in West Asian Countries and have since returned home. The women speak of how the decisions … Continue reading Transforming lives: The story of returning migrant workers
Joining the Dots is a research that explores the economic empowerment of women in conflict affected areas combining UNSCR 1325, CEDAW and BPFA. The research was carried out in 6 countries in the Asia Pacific region, Fiji, Aceh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan by Asia Pacific Women’s Watch, JERA International, Australia and the Women … Continue reading Joining the Dots – Exploring the economic empowerment of women in conflict affected areas