TORONTO, October 25, 2013 – York University Centre for Human Rights is hosting ‘What’s Next for Sri Lanka?’, a discussion presented by The Mosaic Institute, Oct. 28.
“The discussion is timely, as Sri Lanka prepares to host the 2013 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in its capital Colombo,” says Prof. Jennifer Hyndman in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies and the director of ORU-Centre for Refugee Studies, who will moderate the session.
A leading Sri Lanka expert and commentator, Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu, executive director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives, a research and advocacy group focused on the country’s public policy, will be the special guest speaker at the discussion.
WHAT: What’s Next for Sri Lanka?, a discussion, presented by The Mosaic Institute, with York U Centre for Human Rights, Amnesty International and Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada, as presenting partners.
WHERE: 626 Kaneff Tower, York University, Keele Campus (building 95 on map)
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, 1pm-2:30pm
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