Download: ශ්‍රී ලංකා මානව හිමිකම් කොමිෂන් සභාව විසින් සහෝදර ජනතාව වෙත කරනු ලබන ආයාචනයයි.   Note: Tamil and English translations are pending.

Download: HRCSL letter to all heads of electronic media institutions – Sinhala Note: Tamil and English translations are pending  

Download: HRCSL letter to the Ministry of Education _ Sinhala Note:  Tamil and English translations are pending

Location Date Time Luccombe Tamil Maha Vidyalaya 2019.05.11 9.00 am to 4.00 pm Gavaravilla Tamil Maha Vidyalaya 2019.05.12 9.00 am to 4.30 pm Download: HRCSL Mobile Service at Maskeliya – Sinhala HRCSL Mobile Service at Maskeliya – Tamil

Download: HRCSL Recommendations  to the Ministry of Education – Sinhala HRCSL Recommendations to the Ministry of Education – English HRCSL Recommendations to the Ministry of Education – Tamil  

Download: HRCSL appeal to fellow Citizens_ Sinhala HRCSL appeal to fellow Citizens_Tamil HRCSL appeal to fellow Citizens_English

Download: HRCSL letter to Inspector General of Police _ Sinhala HRCSL letter to Inspector General of Police _Tamil HRCSL letter to Inspector General of Police _English

<br>Visit of the UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture to HRCSL<br><br>

The delegation of the UN Subcommittee on the Prevention of Torture (SPT) visited the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka on 04 April 2019. The delegation comprised of Mr Victor Zaharia, (Head of Delegation), Mr. Staybhooshun Gupt Domah, Mr. Petros Michaelides, and Ms. June Lopez,. The SPT Delegation met with Dr. Deepika Udagama, Chairperson of the Commission and Commissioners Ms. Ramani Muttetuwegama and Ms. Ambika Satkunanathan and discussed issues of mutual concern and Read More>>

In March 2018, four Assistant teachers of Sri Shanmuga Hindu Ladies College, Trincomalee lodged a complaint with the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) that the Principal and the School Board of Management prohibited them from wearing the Abaya at school. The school justified the prohibition on the basis that historically the school, which was founded by a Hindu, has followed Hindu traditions, and wearing the Abaya was not in line Read More>>

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka organized a round table discussion on the theme “Mainstreaming women with disabilities for a dignified life” at the Sri Lanka Foundation Colombo 07, to commemorate International Women’s day on 8th March 2019. Persons with disabilities and organizations and institutions working to protect and promote the rights of persons with disabilities from all over the country were invited.  The discussion was based on the Read More>>

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