The Sithie Tiruchelvam Women’s Fellowship Programme (WFP) is an 18-month long programme which seeks to enhance the capacities of women working at the community level to increasingly assume leadership roles within their families, organisations and communities, and obtain a comparative perspective on strategies and methodologies they could employ to enhance their interventions and community engagement. Applications must reach NTT on or before 31st August 2017. Please click on the following link to download the ‘Call for Applications’ in English – Call-for-WFP Applications-June-2017-English Please click on the
Upcoming July 30th 2017: The 18th Neelan Tiruchelvam Memorial Lecture titled “Forensic Architecture: Space and Violence in Palestine and Beyond”, will be delivered by Professor Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK on Sunday 30th July 2017 at 6 p.m. at the BMICH, Committee Room A (Jasmine). The public is warmly welcome to attend. Please click on the link below for more information: English – NTT_18th NTMLecture_Press Release_English_v13-7-17 Sinhala – NTT_18th NTMLecture_Press Release_Sinhala_v13-7-17 Tamil
NTT has issued a call for proposals for projects and activities aimed at “Empowering Communities to Benefit from Participation in Sustainable Development”. Please refer the attached documents for further information and instructions regarding the application procedure. Applications must reach NTT on or before 31st July 2017. Please click on the following link to download the ‘Call for Proposal Notice’ in English – Call-for-Proposals-June 2017-English Please click on the following link to download the ‘Call for Proposal Notice’ in Sinhala – Call-for-Proposals-June
Dr. Ronald C Slye, who delivered this year’s Neelan Tiruchelvam Memorial Lecture was interviewed by Shameer Rasooldeen on News 1st’s Biz 1st INFOCUS programme recently. He spoke on the way forward for Sri Lanka, 7 years after the end of the ethnic conflict, in terms of reconcilliation and accountability. To watch the entire episode, please click here.
First brought to Sri Lanka with the collaboration of the Stages Theatre Group and with the support of the Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust, “Dear Children, Sincerely” is a project that collects the stories and experiences fo the elders of society and takes them to young people in the form of storytelling and live performances. It is a coversation across generations. DCS was first performed in Sri Lanka in January 2016, and now having been picked up by the Office for National Unity and
The Nexus Fund, which aims to support the global community to end mass atrocities, announces the launch of their Dangerous Speech Global Fund. This is in support of local efforts to reduce dangerous speech and it’s potential to catalyze mass violence. The Nexus Fund is accepting proposals for locally led projects working towards understanding, identifying, monitoring and countering dangerous speech. Proposals may be submitted by organizations or by individuals. Please visit the Nexus Fund Website or email DSGlobal@nexus-fund.org for further information. Proposals
The Nexus Fund, which supports the global community to end mass atrocities, is launching their Dangerous Speech Global Fund in order to support local efforts to reduce dangerous speech which has the potential to catalyze mass violence. The Nexus Fund is accepting proposals for locally-led projects aiming to understand, identify, monitor and counter dangerous speech. Proposals can be submitted by individuals or by organizations. Proposals will be accepted until 09th September 2016. Please visit http://www.nexus-fund.org/ or email DSGlobal@nexus-fund.org for further information.
The Contemporary Artists’ Meeting Point (C/A/M/P) held it’s exhibition of art from the 24th – 31st July 2016 at the Lionel Wendt Gallery. A host of artists hailing from various backgrounds had their work on display. The C/A/M/P is a programme jointly organized by the Vibhavi Academy of Fine Arts and the Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust in an effort to use art to heal broken hearts in the North and East of Sri lanka, and to generate a discussion on how to
Dr. Ronald C Slye, Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law delivered the 17th Neelan Tiruchelvam Memorial Lecture at the BMICH Committee Room “A” on the 31st of July 2016. Dr. Slye spoke on “Difficult issues, strategic choices: Crafting a coherent Sri Lankan transitional justice process”. The lecture was well received by all those who attended. To view the full lecture, please click here.