Podcasts on Sri Lanka – Muslim Protests in Puttulam & Sri Lankans standing up against abductions

VOR Radio

Voices of Reconciliation Radio, which will be officially launched later this year, has new content on Muslim Protests in Puttulam & Sri Lankans standing up against abductions.
In 1990, Muslims in Sri Lanka’s north were forcibly evicted from their homes. October 28 was the 16th commemoration of that day, and as VOR Radio finds out, passions are still running very high. Listen to (or download) the podcast here.

On Monday, November 6, a rally was held at Colombo’s Fort Railway Station to bring attention to the increasing amount of abductions around the island. VOR Radio was there, and spoke to protesters about their loved ones’ disappearances. Listen to (or download) the podcast here.

For more engaging content on peace and reconciliation in Sri Lanka, please visit VOR Radio.

See also:
Podcasts on current situation in Sri Lanka
Radio for peacebuilding – VOR Radio and Matara Media House
A conversation with Prof. Kevin Clements on Peace and Conflict in Sri Lanka

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  1. InfoShare Research Unit » Blog Archive » Podcasts on Peace and Reconciliation - January 5, 2007

    […] Lanka’s own Voices of Reconciliation Radio (VOR Radio), as blogged about here, is an interesting development that at the time of launch had over 100 hours of programming in […]

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