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RTI WORKSHOP FOR CENTRAL PROVINCE JOURNALISTS BY SLPI

Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI) conducted one day media training programme for provincial journalists who are based in Central Provice consisting Kandy

Sinhala Training session was conducted by Attorney/journalist Ms Radika Gunaratne. RTI Commissioner & Senior Attorney Ms Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena was also here as an observer.
Sinhala Training session was conducted by Attorney/journalist Ms Radika Gunaratne. RTI Commissioner & Senior Attorney Ms Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena had a honorary presences as an observer.

 

, Nuwaraeliya and Kegalle Disrticts, which was a success story. It was held on last 22nd at Devon Hotel, Kandy with a participation of not less than 120 journalists representing various media organizations.

The training programme was held as two seperate-parrarell sessions for Sinhala and Tamil journalists. Sinahla session was conducted by Mr Kamal Liyanarachchi and Attorney/journalist Radika Gunaratne. Tamil sessions was conducted by Attorneys Mr Ainkaran Kugadasan and Ms. Mathuri Thamilraran.

SLPI has launched  a major campaign to popularise the newly enacted Right to Information (RTI) Act with the public and media with a series of workshops island wide.

Mr Kamal Liyanarachchi from PCCSL, conducting a session.
Mr Kamal Liyanarachchi from PCCSL, conducting a session.

 

Attorney Ms Mathuri Thamilmaran conducting a session in Tamil training programme
Attorney Ms Mathuri Thamilmaran conducting a session in Tamil training programme

Attorney Mr Ainkaran conducting a session in Tamil training programme
Attorney Mr Ainkaran Kugadasan conducting a session in Tamil training programme

A participant raising some practical issues regarding implementation of the Act.
A participant raising some practical issues regarding implementation of the Act.

 

 

 

 

 

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