A glimpse of life in the small fishing village of Gurunagar, Sri Lanka as it does its best to rise from the ashes left by the civil war.
Rajith Savanadasa’s debut novel Ruins is an insightful exploration into the human consequences of war and political unrest.
Ellen Hays spoke to Elaine Pearson, Australia director of Human Rights Watch, at the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law’s annual conference, where Pearson was speaking on the consequences of Australia’s border protection policy.
Amra Lee explains the need to make informed choices when we travel, to avoid inadvertently supporting human rights abusers
Tom Greenwood has directed a short film about the story of Balan, a Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seeker living in western Sydney.
Is Sri Lanka a suitable host for CHOGM considering the poor human rights situation in the country? We speak to Amnesty International’s Ming Yu.
No Fire Zone is a haunting but important film that explicitly documents violent acts of war, committed in a supposed protection zone in Sri Lanka, writes Maya Borom.