Panel Discussion: Sri Lanka’s Rebel Wife

  On Thursday 5 May, the Sri Lankan Campaign hosted the European premiere screening of award-winning director Kannan Arunasalam’s latest film, Sri Lanka’s Rebel Wife. That film is available for viewing on Al Jazeera English’s YouTube channel here. As the Sri...

Remembering Mullivaikkal – 13 years later

there is neither sea nor wind for us to dissolve the ashes proclaim an end and close our eyes. -Poem by Cheran Rudhramoorthy from In a Time of Burning 13 years ago, the Sri Lankan civil war came to an end following a brutal offensive launched by the government’s armed...

SCREENING: Sri Lanka’s Rebel Wife

Thursday 5 May, 19:00 – 20:30  Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ  As the Sri Lankan civil war was ending in 2009, Ananthy’s husband Elilan, a Tamil Tiger rebel, surrendered to government forces. He has not been seen again. Sri Lanka’s Rebel...

The Politics of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) and PTA Reform

by Alan Keenan London School of Economics and Political Science, GCRF Gender, Justice and Security Hub   The original version of this essay was delivered as a presentation to a webinar organised by Le Conseil Universel des Droits de L’Homme (UHRC), ‘Undermining...