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Peter Haynes- Presentation MAP

Peter Haynes represented the MAP at an event held during the HRC Session, where he discussed accountability measures, international crimes and political will in Sri Lanka. The presentation can be watched below:

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Spot Report: Roadmap for Justice in Sri Lanka

Report submitted to the Human Rights Council (short version): MAP-SPOT REPORT-HRC 15.02.16-SHORT Report distributed at the Human Rights Council Thirty-first Session (long version): MAP-SPOT REPORT-18.02.16  

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The Appointment of Field Marshall Sarath Fonseka to the Sri Lanka Parliament Is an Affront to Victims of the Civil War

Press Release The Sri Lanka Monitoring and Accountability Panel (“MAP”) notes with great concern the appointment on 9 February 2016 of Field Marshall Sarath Fonseka to parliament as a national list member. Field Marshall Fonseka was the commander of the … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: ‘Sri Lankan Victims Deserve Real Justice’

The MAP notes with concern the recent statement made by President Maithripala Sirisena (BBC interview, 21 January 2016) that he will “never agree to international involvement” in the special war crimes court. This statement goes against both the word and spirit of the Human … Continue reading

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UN Action in Sri Lanka

Report of the Secretary-General’s Internal Review Panel on United Nations Action in Sri Lanka (2012) Human Rights Council Resolution (HRC/RES/25/1) “Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka” (2014) Report of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human … Continue reading

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The MAP Starts Work

On 19 November 2015 the Transitional Government of Tamil Eelam nominated a panel of five legal experts to monitor the design and implementation of the transitional justice mechanisms in Sri Lanka, including the judicial measures to investigate and prosecute war … Continue reading

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