JDS : A proponent of multidirectional memory among Sinhala readers

Today, JDS turns ten years old. In July 2009, it was launched by an exiled group of Tamil and Sinhala journalists in the immediate aftermath of the bloody war in Sri Lanka that killed over 70,000 civillians.....

Resolving Sri Lanka’s political squabbles won’t end Sinhala Buddhist militancy

\There has been a rash of public commentary in recent days blaming the Easter Sunday bomb blasts in Sri Lanka not only on Muslim radicals but on government incompetence.......

IMF, World Bank & Sri Lanka's bloodbath: "Collateral damage on private people"

The Sri Lankan military’s victory over the LTTE, in 2009, involved a high number of documented civilian casualties.  Around the globe, 2009 was also a year of financial turmoil. A dispute between Deutsche Bank......

UK Shredding Sri Lankan skeletons in the closet

Britain’s Foreign Office has destroyed hundreds of diplomatic files about its relationship with Sri Lanka from the 1970s and 80s, and plans to shred dozens more. As journalist investigating British complicity........

Sri Lanka must address, not ignore, Muslim grievances

The Sri Lanka government’s response to the Easter Sunday bomb blasts has been solely from a security and military standpoint. But a military-centric response could also boost Colombo’s decades......

Comments on the ´Economic Development Framework for Northern Province´

Economic Development Framework for a Northern Province Master Plan´, is a study commissioned by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and carried out by a team of seven members......

Don't Rehabilitate Sri Lanka's Tarnished Military

The Hindu recently ran a curious interview with Mahesh Senanayake, Commander of the Sri Lanka Army. The exchange includes various softball questions and glaring omissions. This piece won’t.........

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Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka

  • JDS is the Sri Lankan partner organization of international media rights group, Reporters Without Borders (RSF). The launching of this website was made possible by the EU’s European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR), of which Reporters Without Borders is a beneficiary.