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Colombo Development Dialogues 3 - Policy Paper

The third edition of the Colombo Development Dialogues focused on ‘Refugees, Asylum-seekers and the 2030 Agenda’. The panel brought together a range of individuals from the government, private sector,…  


Resilient Women – Stronger Communities

By now it’s evident that women are the demographic that’s almost always left out of development dialogues yet are always those who face the brunt of the effects of developmental problems. And in the…  


Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo and UNDP pledge to protect cascades in Sri Lanka, on World Water Day 2019

: In commemoration of World Water Day 2019, Shangri La partnered with UNDP to protect the cascades in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka recently.  


Migrants, refugees and asylum seekers: the Sri Lankan context

The past decade has seen the largest number of people forcibly displaced as a result of conflict, violence, or persecution since the Second World War. With most recent numbers reaching 68.5 million,…  


Dilmah leads private sector engagement for Colombo Development Dialogues

The Colombo Development Dialogues are convened by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the South Asia Centre of the London School of Economics and Political Science…  


UNDP assists local cooperatives to thrive in Muthur, Trincomalee

Resettled communities in the Muthur, Soodaikudah and Kadatkaraichchenai areas in the Sampoor Trincomalee District came together to celebrate the milestones of support received under the EU funded…  


Here's how Climate Change will impact you

With Sri Lanka being identified as one of the major hotspots (according to a report by the World Bank, a hotspot is a location where changes in average weather affects the living standards…  


Colombo Development Dialogues 2 - Policy Paper

The second edition of the Colombo Development Dialogues focused on ‘Water Security and Climate Variability’. The panel brought together a range of individuals from the government, private sector,…  


Access to Justice

Support to Strengthen Access to Justice and Victim and Witness Protection in Sri Lanka  


Strengthening Access To Justice (A2J)

A project to strengthen coordination between the justice sector actors in select area models to improve systematized legal aid service provision & dispute resolution mechanisms  

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