http://www.lk.undp.org/content/srilanka/en/home/Blog2017-04-26T10:12:55.743ZOur PerspectiveUNLOCKED Blog 1: 4 Lesser Known Stats about Sri Lanka’s System of Educationnoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoIt is clear that we have an unfair hierarchy in our system of education, where the Arts and the Humanities are often placed right at the very bottom, both in terms of prestige and employability. Every child should study what he or she really wants to study & every child should have a shot at living his/her dream and an opportunity to live a comfortable life doing what they love.http://www.lk.undp.org/content/srilanka/en/home/ourperspective/ourperspectivearticles/2015/02/10/unlocked-blog-1-4-lesser-known-stats-about-sri-lanka-s-system-of-education2016-05-07T07:07:29.397Z2015-06-17T10:51:00.497ZYouth Leads #5 : Innovation through Simplicitynoemail@noemail.orgfadhil.bakeermarkarA month gone and a wealth of knowledge accumulated! Week 5 was by far the most inspiring thus far because we managed to meet many young and empowered, yet often unheard, youth. Of course, the highlight of our week was attending Dialog Ideamart’s IdeaBash 2015 held at the Dialog Future Worldhttp://www.lk.undp.org/content/srilanka/en/home/ourperspective/ourperspectivearticles/2015/06/18/youth-leads-5-innovation-through-simplicity2016-05-07T07:07:30.040Z2015-06-19T05:57:00.317ZYouth Leads #4: There’s a buzz at the Youth Leads Head Quartersnoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoThe Youth Leads are now in the fourth week of their assignment, and the office has become a hive of activity, and it is finally my turn to blog on our busy yet insightful week!http://www.lk.undp.org/content/srilanka/en/home/ourperspective/ourperspectivearticles/2015/06/11/youth-leads-4-there-s-a-buzz-at-the-youth-leads-head-quarters2016-05-07T07:07:30.139Z2015-06-17T10:51:13.848ZConsuming with care: The why and email@example.comThis year's World Environment Day theme urges global citizens to live with, and be happy with, less. Can we make it work?
As Environment Day themes go, saving the oceans or the rainforests were easier, non-controversial and devoid of dilemma. No one contested their appropriateness and many championed their cause. Yes, oceans and rainforests are the last bastions of nature and certainly should be saved.http://www.lk.undp.org/content/srilanka/en/home/ourperspective/ourperspectivearticles/2015/06/07/consuming-with-care-the-why-and-how2016-05-07T07:07:30.231Z2015-06-17T10:51:13.510Z