A diverse group of writers, activists, scholars and working professionals created “The Social Architects (TSA)” in early 2012. Once a research and advocacy group now serves as a forum to debate conflicting historical views to allow for shared history and for lessons from the present feelings of blame, mistrust and injustice.
In addition, TSA with branches across the country has become a space for communities in Ampara, Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Hatton, Kilinochchi and Jaffna develop skills to advocate for enhancing action for “State Accountability” through the use of Right to Information Act”.
This report, TSA’s fourth, outlines the findings of the organization’s September 2013 field mission on coercive contraception clinics in Kilinochchi District.
The defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in May of 2009 brought a new dimension to the ethnic conflict that has engulfed Sri Lanka since its independence in 1948.
Promoting Just Peace, Reconciliation and Engaging Citizens to Enhance Public Service Delivery and State Accountability