Recovering and Reconciling Through Religion

Interfaith Consultation on the Transitional Justice Process in Sri Lanka Kurukkal Rasanayagam Sri Krishnan, who is also the Principal of the Elpitiya Divitura Vivekananda Tamil Vidyalayam in Galle, is one of the faith leaders who participated at the interfaith consultation on the Transitional Justice process in Sri Lanka, conducted by the National Christian Evangelical Alliance  [...]

Call for Applications: Youth Camp on Transitional Justice & Advocacy Mechanisms

The Religious Liberty Commission of the NCEASL, will be hosting a 3 day training camp for youth on Transitional Justice and Advocacy Mechanisms at the Sanctuary House from 26th to 28th August 2016. The camp will focus on the role of the youth in the transitional justice process in Sri Lanka and will further the participants’ advocacy skills while  [...]

A Safer Space for Faith: Advocacy Training for Religious Liberty Activists

The Religious Liberty Commission of the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL) conducted a 3 day residential workshop for 19 advocates of Religious Freedom at the Avani Kalutara Resort.  The workshop was conducted in partnership with the Minority Rights Group. The workshop which commenced on 23 May, 2016 focused on training the participants in methods  [...]

All You Need to Know about Faith and Freedom in Sri Lanka

The National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL) has published a leaflet that answers questions and clarifies misconceptions on the freedom of religion in Sri Lanka. The leaflet produced in the three national languages was published as part of the Advocacy for Change – Small Grants Programme facilitated by Internews Sri Lanka. The NCEASL hopes to raise  [...]

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