What is the Sri Lanka Campaign doing to change things?

The Sri Lanka Campaign works to support all those fighting for truth, justice, and lasting reconciliation in Sri Lanka. We do that by working to amplify the voices of victims, survivors, human rights activists, journalists, and other critical voices – highlighting...

What impact are you having?

We are a small organisation, up against some sizeable and deep-rooted challenges. Nonetheless, working alongside many brave and tireless activists in Sri Lanka and around the world, we have enjoyed considerable success. You can read about some of our previous...

How can I help?

Support our latest campaign and add your voice to those pushing for progress on human rights in Sri Lanka. Donate to help keep the Campaign up and running or take on a fundraising challenge. Subscribe to our mailing list to stay informed about the current situation...

How did the campaign form?

The campaign came together in 2009 as a crisis response to the dire humanitarian situation in  military-run detention camps in the north of the country at the end of the war. However, we quickly realised that what was needed was a comprehensive international human...

What is an enforced disappearance?

A person is ‘forcibly disappeared’ when they are taken – usually without explanation, consent or justification – from their community or family by people working for or with the government. Often victims are never released and their fate remains unknown. Frequently...