The Current Context in Sri Lanka: Opportunities & Challenges Ahead
Saturday,19 September 2015,
from 16.00 Hrs – 18.00 Hrs
Room MAL B36, Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HX
The nearerst Tube Stations are Russel Square and Goodge Street
Father Emmanuel will open the meeting and chair the proceedings with the participation of
M.A. Sumanthiran, Member of Parliament for the Tamil National Alliance (TNA)
Suren Surendiran, Director of Strategic Initiatives for Global Tamil Forum (GTF)
Asanga Welikala, Senior Researcher of the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA)
The parliamentary elections in August 2015 confirmed that Sri Lanka is undergoing a process of dramatic changes since the election of President Sirisena in January 2015 and the subsequent formation of a coalition government.
This meeting aims at providing a space for exchange on this current context, on opportunities and challenges ahead, as well as on the outcomes and potential of initiatives such as the dialogue meeting in Singapore to support future negotiations for political solutions and a peaceful transformation of the conflict.
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We are happy to offer this opportunity for exchange and are looking forward to an enriching discussion!