• Feb 17, 2013

    The Equal Access to Justice Project (A2J) was launched in August 2004. The evaluation was expected to be conducted as an Outcome evaluation covering the North, East and Uva Provinces and some national level areas, taking into account the impact of the existing political and socio-economic context upon the programmes and the implementation modality.

  • Feb 5, 2013

    This study commissioned by the Ministry of Child Development and Women’s Empowerment and UNDP has sought to briefly trace the history of women’s representation politics, map the work that has been done by women’s organizations and the National Institutions for Women in order to increase women’s participation and representation in political institutions in Sri Lanka, and finally propose recommendations for future activism.

  • Review of Sri Lanka's RTI Regime
    Jan 8, 2018

    This report contains an analysis of the legislative provisions which ostensibly conflict with the provisions of Article 14A of the Constitution and the RTI Act. The report also briefly explores the Sri Lankan judiciaries approach to the Right to Information and the potential difficulties and questions the judiciary will have to respond to when dealing with cases relating to the RTI regime.

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