An annotated bibliography on social issues in post-war Sri Lanka with particular reference to conflict-affected northern and eastern provinces
|Silva, Kalinga Tudor
Thomas, Nikole Joseph
|Sri Lanka -- Civil War; Sri Lanka -- Ethnic relations; Sri Lanka -- Cultural relations; Sri Lanka -- ethnicities; Sri Lanka -- Ethnic nationalism; Sri Lanka -- violence; Sri Lanka -- reconstruction; Sri Lanka -- north; Sri Lanka -- east
|"This annotated bibliography was prepared as a preliminary output of a strategic social assessment in Northern and Eastern Sri Lanka. It was conducted by the International Centre for Ethnic Studies in Kandy for both the World Bank and Government of Sri Lanka. The document covers the literature (published and grey) relating to the social and psychological impact of the war in Sri Lanka, post-war developments (including challenges encountered in the resettlement), recovery and reconciliation in war-affected communities and the nature of social formations, community dynamics, identity issues and social harmony, and conflict management in the newly settled and yet to be resettled populations."
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