Transitional Justice and Women Combatants in Sri Lanka
After a war situation one of the most important Transitional Justice measures is re-integrating combatants into the society. It is important that Sri Lanka define and develop its own Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Strategy and be prepared for the sudden need to demobilize and reintegrate large numbers of combatants after successful peace negotiations
In Sri Lanka’s tea estates most families live in line rooms. All of these have common pavement, and residents belong to all age
Although caste discrimination is still found in Sri Lanka (particularly in rural areas), caste boundaries are blurring. Political power and wealth have largely replaced caste as the main factor in Sri Lankan social stratification, especially in the Sinhalese and Indian Tamil communities.