Posts Categorized: Human Rights

The 1978 Jayawardene Constitution is Unconstitutional

by Wakeley Paul; originally published October 28, 2003 IT SHOULD BE CHALLENGED NOW WHY THE 1972 & 1978 CONSTITUTIONS ARE NULL AND VOID A SIMPLIFIED EXPLANATION FOR EVERYONE We are all aware that the UF government [per Dr Silva] created the ‘Constituent Assembly’ because of the limitations placed on the legislative powers of Parliament under… Read more »

Civil War and Poverty

by Muttukrishna Sarvananthan, Tamil Times, Surrey, UK, September, 2003, originally published October 15, 2003 Twenty years of civil war has left the Sri Lankan economy in general and the economy of the North&East; Province (N&E;) in particular tatters. The civil war had its impact on poverty as well, inter alia. However, the impact of the civil… Read more »

NJ Refugee & Asylee Healthy Families Conference, Oct. 24

originally published October 15, 2003 Connections and Directions: The New Jersey Refugee & Asylee Healthy Families Conference: A Holistic Approach Friday, October 24, 2003 The Conference Center at Mercer County Community College 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sponsor New Jersey Immigration Policy Network, Inc. Co-Sponsors International Institute, NJ Kean University Monmouth University Mainstream initiatives and… Read more »