An Undergrad Speaks about Sex Education in Sri Lanka
Youth Voices: What’s Up Sex Ed in Sri Lanka?
Rohan is an A/L student from Sabaragamuwa. He has volunteered and been part of several youth groups and United Nations youth programmed. Rohan believes that comprehensive reproductive education is lacking … Continued
Unemployed young seeds
By Praveena Vijayakumar     One key finding of many development practitioners is the near universal desire to invest in the young. The young are perceived as the greatest strength of … Continued
Bat the Ball in Your Style
By Gazy Hussain Sometimes, you will have to open the door so that you can seek the opportunity and not just wait for it to knock on your door! In … Continued
Live from the Sabaragamuwa Stakeholder Consultation on Youth
UNFPA in partnership with the Ministry of Youth presents a discussion with school students, undergraduates, lecturers, youth ministry members and other stakeholders on issues surrounding youth and gender-based violence, education, … Continued
Dr Sepali Kottegoda on the Proposal to Gradually Ban Migrant Housemaids
What if we ban men from working abroad?
After all, for the wellbeing of the family it’s best that both parents are around to bring up their children. How can a mother raise her children by herself? It’s … Continued
Flood Waters Recede, but Women Remain Vulnerable
  First published – As the flood waters recede and the supermarkets recover from zealous good Samaritans picking them clean, the people in the flood-affected areas now enter the … Continued
The Aftermath of Roanu: Women Most Affected
It’s 1pm and the Vidyawardana Maha Vidyalaya – a school in Wellampitiya – is a beehive of activity. Not with school children on recess, but with army officers handing out … Continued