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First Human Rights First Aid Centre to Eastern Province
The First Human Rights First Aid Centre (HRFAC) in the Eastern Province was opened on 12 th August 2018 by a member of the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Trincomalee District. Right to Life Human Rights Centre (R2L) and National Peace Council of Sri Lanka (NPC) was present at the event as main partners.
Read More >> (2018-08-15)
Training for Members of Human Rights First Aid Centre in Trincomalee District
Training for the committee members of Human Rights First Aid Centre in Trincomalee was held today (11 th August 2018) at Kantale. Right to Life Human Rights Centre and National Peace Council of Sri Lanka has joined the National Collaboration Development Foundation (NCDF) to initiate the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Trincomalee District based at Kantale.
Read More >> (2018-08-14)
Human Rights First Aid Centre in Jaffna
Opening of Human Rights First Aid Centre in Jaffna District was opened Yesterday (09th August 2018) at Organization for Ellam Refugee Rehabilitation Ceylon (OfERR) office Thellipalai by Ms. S. Sooriyakumari president of OfERR Ceylon.
Read More >> (2018-08-10)
Publicity Campaign for Human Rights First Aid Centre in Jaffna District
On 9th August 2018, publicity campaign was organized for the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Jaffna District after the inauguration at Thellipalai, Jaffna at Organization for Ellam Refugee Rehabilitation Ceylon office (OfERR).
Read More >> (2018-08-10)
Basic Training on Human Rights First Aid Centre at Jaffna District
Right to Life Human Rights Centre along with National Peace Council of Sri Lanka conducted a basic training to the human rights defenders and accompaniers around Jaffna District on 08 August 2018. Organization for Ellam Refugee Rehabilitation Ceylon (OfERR Ceylon) is the hosting organization in Jaffna District.
Read More >> (2018-08-09)
First Human Rights First Aid Centre to Northern Province
Human Rights First Aid Centre (HRFAC) in Mannar was opened on 6th August 2018 by Ms. S. Sooriyakumari president of Organization for Ellam Refugee Rehabilitation Ceylon (OfERR) No. . Right to Life Human Rights Centre and National Peace Council of Sri Lanka participated at the event as the main organizations to implement this endeavor.
Read More >> (2018-08-08)
Leaflet Campaign in Mannar District
Right to Life Human Rights Centre (R2L) along with National Peace Council of Sri Lanka (NPC) joined the Organization for Ellam Refugee Rehabilitation (OfERR) and distributed leaflets to some parts in Mannar district to create awareness among the general public and to bring the people to get access with the Human Rights First Aid Centre (HRFAC).
Read More >> (2018-08-08)
Basic Training to initiate the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Mannar District
The initiation to start up the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Mannar District as the first establishment of Human Rights Centre in Northern Province. Right to Life Human Rights Centre and National Peace Council of Sri Lanka has taken the step ahead through the Project funded by European Union “Accountability through Community Engagement and Initiatives for Transition”.
Read More >> (2018-08-06)
Legal Consultation in free of charge in Badulla District – Leaflet Campaign for Badulla Human Rights First aid Centre.
Publicity Campaign for the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Badulla was held in Badulla District on 5 th August, 2018. Human Rights Defenders and Accompaniers of Badulla District have actively taken part at the leaflet campaign to make the people aware of the functioning of Human Rights First Aid Centre and the benefits that general public can get from the Human Rights first Aid Centres free of charge.
Read More >> (2018-08-06)
Effective measure for the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Monaragala
Publicity Campaign for Human Rights First Aid Centre was held at Wellawaya Bus Stand, Wellawaya Public Fair, Pelwatta, Buttala, Burutha Junction, Mahagodayaya and Thanamalwila. Human Rights Defenders who have been serving at the Human Rights First Aid Centre in Monaragala
Read More >> (2018-08-03)
Publicity Campaign for Gampaha Human Rights First Aid Centre
Publicity Campaign for Gampaha Human Rights First Aid Centre was held on 28 th July in many towns in Gampaha District. Starting from Negombo, Minuwangoda, Udugampola, Gampaha and Ja-Ela the leaflet campaign was held. Human Rights Defenders and activists who are serving in Gampaha Human Rights First Aid Centre along with Right to Life Human Rights Centre took part at the leaflet campaign.
Read More >> (2018-07-30)
A young man assaulted by the police in Hettipola
Kanishka Balasooriya in Hettipola has been subjected to inhuman assault by the Police officers attached to Hettipola Police Station. This incident took place on 10 th July 2018.
Read More >> (2018-07-23)
Human Rights Activists in solidarity with disappeared families sit-in protest in Colombo
On 12 th July 4:00 pm to 13 th July 11:30 pm a sit-in protest is organized by human rights activists in solidarity with the disappeared families in organized a sit-in protest in Colombo opposite of “Nelum Pokuna” Viharamadevi Park.
Read More >> (2018-07-12)
We condemn the attack on Human Rights Defender Amitha Priyanthi
On last Friday 6th July 2018, as she was travelling from her working place (Janasansadaya at Panadura) to her residence bring the case documents related to her brother’s murder. She has been attacked on her head and the documents and her mobile phone were grabbed by two strangers who have been strategically organized and planned it.
Read More >> (2018-07-09)
Panel Discussion with State, Independent Institutions a Civil Society as the climax of “Anti-Torture Week”
Right to Life Human Rights Centre along with 23 Civil Society Organizations as “Sri Lankan Civil Society Collective against Torture” have marked the 20 th International Day Commemoration in Support of Torture Survivors through series of activities commenced through a press conference held on 20 th June 2018 at Nippon Hotel and held a meeting with District Civil Society Leaders, Radio Program, Television Program...
Read More >> (2018-07-07)
Society by justifying torture neglects the rule of law and allows violence says Prasanna Vithanage
Right to Life Human Rights Centre has launched a week against torture, from June 20 to June 28 and has begun a series of activities highlighting torture and human rights conditions in Sri Lanka. It is a part of the discussion with veteran film director Prasanna Vithanage.
Read More >> (2018-07-03)
“Police officers being satisfied by drunk and doing torture” - Prasanga Fernando
“Most Policemen’s working in the night by assuming alcohol. Their drunkenness is a major reason for police torture to increase. When the victims shout at them they increase their peculiarity because they have some psychological satisfaction. It will ultimately be a death” Stated by Prasanga Fernando
Read More >> (2018-07-03)
Awareness Raising Campaign to International Day in Support of Torture Survivors’ in Badulla
On 26 June 2018, Civil Society Organizations in Badulla organized a series of program to mark the International Day in Support of Torture Survivors’. Mr. Suresh Nadesan, the civil society activists of UvaShakthi Foundation gives his idea regarding this campaign to the “Aithiya” website.
Read More >> (2018-07-03)
Public petition about court delays
The Right to Life Human Rights Centre had organized a petition singing campaign regarding the “Court Delays” behalf of Sri Lankan Civil Society Collective. The campaign was held on 25 th of June 2018 in front of High Court, Hulftsdorp in Fort. A group of people reprehensive civil society organization participated in the program, drafting leaflets, singing up the petition and engaging with the public in a bid to give an active contribution to the program.
Read More >> (2018-06-27)
An interview on Court Delays with lawyer Lakshan Dias
“Nowadays Court delay is a main topic in the society. Especially, the report presented by the Judge, Mr. Buwenaka Aluwihare was in the discourse. According to this, roughly 17 years took to get the final verdict in a criminal case. This is...
Read More >> (2018-06-27)
“The main cause of torture is the more stress of police officers”
“A research done by the professors at the University of Kelaniya concluded that the tension of the police officers are responsible for would be a result of torture. It is about 80% of the countrys population. Because of this tension a Police Officer can turn a victim into a crime.” told by The Senior Lecturer of...
Read More >> (2018-06-27)
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