The 'UNLOCKED' Project

UNLOCKED is a space for Sri Lankan youth to express their views and opinions on development with the aim of creating positive change in the world. The views expressed in the blogs are solely those of the authors. UNDP Sri Lanka does not represent or endorse the views expressed in these blogs.

 

 

The UNLOCKED Project is an initiative by UNDP Sri Lanka, following the launch of the National Human Development Report 2014 on Youth and Development.

 

 

Read all the UNLOCKED blogs:

  • It is universally accepted that education is a prominent human right. Therefore education on sexual and reproductive health should be considered a fundamental aspect of our education.

  • Is Pluralism a Myth?

    So, is pluralism a myth? The next time you post something on social media or present something in a forum, think twice. Make way for discussion, not aggression. Take time to care. That, is the path to reconciliation.

  • 2030 Agenda and Youth: from Rhetoric to Action

    The 2-day forum at the UN headquarters was a wakeup call that young people are not just the beneficiaries of the SDGs but also the key players.

  • “Creativating” Sri Lanka

    At the end of the day, it won’t be the fancy speeches, the online or one-off campaigns held island-wide by politically motivated individuals or groups that will help propel Sri Lanka’s development sustainably and innovatively, because without action, nothing will change.

  • Who am I? Does it Really Matter?

    The theory behind who you identify yourself as and how it affects your place in society is known as Identity Economics. This article will explore the youth unemployment crisis in Sri Lanka through the eyes of this theory, which is three-fold; Gender, Region and Caste.

  • What Divides Us? What Keeps Us Together?

    What does being born Sri Lankan mean to you? That is a question that is so simple yet at the same time, very complex. Having grown up in a multi-cultural family and graduating from a school where children from all races and religions studied and played together, helped expose me to languages and cultures that would have been foreign to me if my circumstances were different. But it has not been the same story for others.

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