The long lasting civil war in Sri Lanka has finally come to an end amid allegations of genocide and human rights violations, and with large numbers of civilians detained in camps. What does the future hold in this war torn society? Jan Jananayagam is a writer and human rights activist who is the UK’s spokesperson for “Tamils against genocide”, an advocacy group that seeks to obtain convictions for genocide. She will look at the current situation in Sri Lanka and the prospects for reconciliation and peace
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