Document Final APF Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines for Trainers_June 2017   Video

Due to a technical fault, HOTLINE of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka is out of order. Please use following Numbers as an alternative for the HOTLINE 077 30 88135 and 077 37 62112

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka writes to His Excellency the President Maithripala Sirisena on the importance of memorialization in the reconciliation process. Letter to H.E. President – Memorialization & Reconciliation -S Letter to H.E. President- Memorialization and Reconciliation- T Letter to H.E. President- Memorialization and Reconciliation- E

The letter of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka to His Excellency the President Maithripala Sirisena calling for action against instigators and perpetrators of violence and hate speech. Downloads : Letter to H.E. re Religious intolerance S Letter to H.E. re Religious Intolerance T Letter to H.E. re Religious Intolerance E  

Submission of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka to the third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Sri Lanka

The complaints lodged by groups of individuals refer to the nonpayment of reasonable compensation for the damages caused to fixed and mobile assets owned by the complainants, due to the conflagration and explosion that took place in the Army Camp in the area of Salawa, Kosgama on 05.06.2016. Following institutions are identified as respondent parties: Secretary – Ministry of Disaster Management Secretary – Ministry of Finance Chief Valuer – Valuation Read More>>

Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka calls applications from new graduates for a post of Project Assistant at the Sub Office, Puttlam. Forward your CV to the Secretary, Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, No. 165, Kynsey Road, Colombo 08 or email to sechrc@sltnet.lk on or before 17th April 2017.

The Human Rights Commission has written to the Hon. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe conveying its concerns about the proposed amendment to the Code of Criminal Procedure (Special Provisions) Act No 2 of 2013. In the letter the Commission sets out its recommendation to ensure legislative compliance with human rights standards. The Letter

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka calls for applications for the posts of Inquiring Officer and Project Assistant for a period of nine months. Advertisement for Inquiring Officer and Project Assistant

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka calls for applications from dynamic undergraduates or recent graduates (or those with equivalent qualifications) who wish to voluntarily support the work of the Commission and obtain training in human rights promotion and protection activities, including research.  Applicants with training in law, political science or other areas of social sciences or humanities and also IT will be given preference.  Those who can demonstrate an Read More>>

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