Introducing Climate Change Communication into Journalism Education in Sri Lanka

SLYCAN Trust in partnership with the Sri Lanka College of Journalism launched the first module on climate change communication for journalists in Sri Lanka on 19th September 2018. The module focuses on: Creating awareness among journalism students on climate change… Continue Reading

Access and Empowerment: Literacy and Development in Rural Sri Lanka

by Dennis Mombauer   Literacy is the ability to read and write. More than that, it also grants access to knowledge and information in a broader sense. Literacy is empowerment, employability, security, and independence. It includes skillsets like digital and… Continue Reading

Women, Children and Climate Change: The Struggles of Vulnerable Groups Forced to Move

by Amayaa Wijesinghe In the past decade, extreme weather events have been triggered all over Sri Lanka, taking place more and more frequently and intensely. The severe drought conditions in districts such as Jaffna and Polonnaruwa have continued unceasingly since… Continue Reading