Sri Lanka

Women’s ICT Sector Employment in Developing Countries: Dualism of Rhetoric vs. Reality in the Case of Sri Lanka

How gender-inclusive is the ICT sector? This paper reports on the institutional tensions faced by women in Sri Lanka pursuing jobs in ICT. It notes that women are finding relatively few opportunities in this rapidly growing industry and are encountering gendered stereotypes and a male-centric work environment when they do find work as ICTs professionals.

Remembering Srebrenica, Looking to Sri Lanka

At least as many people were massacred by their government in the final days of the Sri Lankan civil war last year as were killed in Srebrenica 15 years ago today.

Remembering Srebrenica, Looking to Sri Lanka

At least as many people were massacred by their government in the final days of the Sri Lankan civil war last year as were killed in Srebrenica 15 years ago today.

Nine Countries and the EU "Dismayed" By Blockade of UN Office in Sri Lanka

Hot off the presses, ten embassies in Colombo issue a joint statement on the protests that forced the UN to close it's offices in Sri Lanka yesterday. Overall, it's pretty weak sauce.

Hot off the presses, ten embassies in Colombo issue a joint statement on the protests that forced the UN to close it's offices in Sri Lanka. 
STATEMENT BY HEADS OF MISSION OF GERMANY, UK, US, FRANCE, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, THE NETHERLANDS, ROMANIA, NORWAY AND THE EU DELEGATION

A Tale of Two Sri Lankas

Sri Lanka tops the list of "31 places to go in 2010." Meanwhile, the International Crisis Group warns that the government has made "little progress" toward sustainable peace.

From the New York Times' travel section, where Sri Lanka tops the list of "31 places to go in 2010."

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