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Panel discussion on “Reconciliation Challenges for Sri Lanka in the next decade” was held at the Sri Lanka Press Institute on 7th November 2019.

The panelists Dr. Jehan Perera, Executive Director of National Peace Council Sri Lanka, Att. Jeevani Kariyawasam, Social Activist and Politician, Ms. Sanjeewani Roopasinghe, Senior Lecturer at the University of Kelaniya and moderator Mr. Kamal Liyanarachchi, Press Complaint Officer, Press Complaints Commission of Sri Lanka (PCCSL) led the discussion engaging the audience in a stimulating dialogue on reconciliation challenges in the country and solutions for uplift the reconciliation process in Sri Lanka. The question and answer session that followed created space for expression and exchange of various views enabling a rich and productive conclusion of the discussion. 


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