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application/pdfChild Centric Resource Analysis_Summary Report21/07/20164MB
application/pdfProtect Rights for a Peaceful Tomorrow_TamilThis publication was launched to educate and promote human rights targeting school-children, on the recommendation of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC), appointed by the Government of Sri Lanka.13/09/20165MB
application/pdfChild Centric Resource Analysis_2016 Sri LankaThis document analyzes the spending on children by the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) and finds that the GoSL must adopt Child Centric Budgeting methodologies for effective and efficient resource allocation, quality utilization and monitoring.13/07/20166MB
application/pdfSave the Children's response to COVID19 in Sri LankaSave the Children’s response to COVID19 in Sri Lanka follows the ‘Protect a Generation’ strategy developed to guide the delivery and adaptation of integrated programming and advocacy in responding to the crisis. Through our national and global advocacy, we have put a spotlight on the policies and financing required, including debt relief, to ensure that children continue to access health, nutrition, education and protection services. 24/06/20206MB
application/pdfChild Rights Risk Assessment - Tea Industry Supply Chain This is the summary report examining risks to child rights within Sri Lanka's tea supply chain.28/08/20207MB
application/pdfChild Rights Risk Assessment- Full ReportThis is the full report examining risks to child rights within Sri Lanka's tea supply chain.28/08/20208MB
application/pdfWhole School Culture to Foster Social Cohesion in Sri LankaSri Lanka's National Policy on Social Cohesion and Peace Education (NPSCPE) identifies ‘whole school culture’ as one of the seven key strategic areas to foster social cohesion. A range of initiatives has been introduced by the Government and the NGO sector to implement various aspects of the policy however, the 'whole school culture' is not an area explored in detail by researchers or practitioners. This research was commissioned and funded by the British Council under its flagship education programme, TRANSFORM, and carried out by Save the Children in Sri Lanka. The research seeks to build a body of evidence on whole school culture fostering social cohesion, and develop a roadmap to achieve broader social cohesion goals in the general education system.03/09/20209MB
application/pdfGuidance note on the Identification, Protection and ReferralAs a Supplement to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on the Identification, Protection and Referral of Victims of Trafficking22/06/202112MB
application/pdfChild Sex Trafficking in the Tourism Sector in Sri LankaThe study “Child sex trafficking in the tourism sector in Sri Lanka”, was conducted by Save the Children and was commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Sri Lanka as part of the project “Strengthening Counter Trafficking Efforts in Sri Lanka (SCOUT)”. It was authored by the lead researcher, Dr. D M Pamela Pieris. The input and support provided by government and non-government stakeholders, survivors of trafficking and all other interviewees for this research is acknowledged with sincere appreciation. The actual names of victims of human trafficking are replaced with pseudonyms to protect their identities.22/06/202119MB
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