Sri Lanka is home to rich religious, ethnic, and linguistic diversity, which became fuel for a 26-year civil war, creating deep societal divisions. The country is now recovering from the civilian and economic tolls. We promote cooperative engagement across traditional dividing lines to create a more inclusive national identity, especially through work with youth, women, and community media.
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SRI LANKA: 2022 HIGHLIGHTS NEWSLETTER
Check out the highlights from our Sri Lanka team in 2022.
We-gital Heroes Youth in Digital Peacebuilding
Networks for Peace is a five-year activity funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The activity is implemented by FHI 360 under the Strengthening Civil Society Globally Leader with Associates Award. This project implemented by Search is funded under Networks for Peace’s Pillar 2 – piloting innovations to address dangerous speech and amplify positive […]
WT2: Work Together, Win Together – Phase II
WT2: Work Together, Win Together’s Phase II was launched in February 2020 and was a 16-month project supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to strengthen peace and reconciliation in Sri Lanka through raising youth’s capacity to recognize hate speech and advance peaceful co-existence and reconciliation on social media. Search targeted youth in […]