The Sri Lanka Campaign is a global non-partisan movement that aims to:

  1. Achieve genuine reconciliation based on accountability for violations of international law
  2. Build respect for human rights and the rule of law
  3. Support efforts within Sri Lankan civil society to promote a just and lasting peace

Remembering Khuram: an interview with Nasser Shaikh

Just over six years ago, on 25 December 2011, British citizen Khuram Shaikh was murdered during a holiday stay in Tangalle, a fishing town on Sri Lanka’s southern coast. The 32-year-old, a prosthetics specialist from Rochdale, who months earlier had been working with...

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300 days of protest: a message of support from British MPs

Today marks the 300th day of continuous protest by Tamil relatives of the disappeared. They have been demonstrating at various sites across the North and East of Sri Lanka to demand answers as to the fate and whereabouts of their missing loved ones, many of whom were...

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No Fire Zone Trailer, Callum Macrae/Outsider TV (October 2014) [Warning: distressing content]

Torture in Sri Lanka in 2015, ITJP (September 2015) [Warning: distressing content]


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