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Final Advocacy Programme under Safe Labour Migration

The third and final capacity building, training programme organized by the Migration Unit of Caritas Sri Lanka was held recently for the Diocesan Staff along with other stakeholders in the Safe Labour Migration Programme. The sole objective of the training was to enhance the knowledge of project staff of the 13 Diocesan Centres, civil society

Orientation Workshop on New Reconciliation Project

Caritas Sri Lanka organized an orientation workshop under the latest project implementation named, “Helping People Move Towards Reconciliation”. This is a CAFOD UK funded project aimed at establishing Peace and Reconciliation among different ethnic groups who are divided by various social boundaries such as ethnicity, religions and languages. The project will be implemented from May

CSL Strategic Planning Workshop

The Management of Caritas Sri Lanka (CSL) initiated a review process of the current National Centre Strategic Plan 2015 – 2018 on May 23 – 24, 2017 with the participation of all 13 Diocesan Directors and key staff from the National Centre & the respective Diocesan Centers in Chilaw. The two day review workshop was

Capacity Building Programme for the Plantation Leaders

Under the project titled, “ Inclusion of Marginalized Estate Labour Communities with Access to Government Services” funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through SPICE Sri Lanka, a 2-day capacity building programme was organized by Caritas Sri Lanka-SEDEC. The Training workshop held from 21st to 22nd of February 2017 at the SEDEC

Orientation on Right to Information Act (RTI)

With a view to create wider awareness on the Act to Right to Information (RTI), an orientation programme was organized by Caritas Sri Lanka at the SEDEC Auditorium on 9th March 2017. The session was conducted in the English language. A group of nearly 65 persons consisting of Caritas Diocesan Coordinators, civil society leaders, priests

Inter-Ethnic Women’s Interactive Session

Caritas Sri Lanka – SEDEC organized a 2-day Women’s Interactive programme recently, under the project titled, “Advocacy towards Reconciliation, Unity and Good Governance in line with the LLRC Recommendations” with the funding assistance from Caritas Australia with Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP)  and Misereor- Germany.  The main objective of the workshop is to create a