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An Homage to our Workers – Stephen Champion

For more than 35 years veteran photographer, Stephen Champion, has photographed Sri Lanka in all her complexities. He has observed stunning natural and urban landscapes, the every day joys, hardships and disruptions of her peoples, both in times of great unrest and in times of blissful harmony. His haunting portraits, studies of village culture and temple, urban …

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Reflections from a State Quarantine Centre during COVID19: Militarisation of the Welfare State in Sri Lanka – Thavarasa Anukuvi

Sociologist C. Wright Mills (1959) defines sociological imagination as a vivid awareness of how personal experiences and personal challenges are shaped by social factors, including public matters. Mills argues that as individuals we are often unaware that the challenges we face bear the imprint of the wider society, or are even outside of our control. In …

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