Journey through landless people.... Let's voice out for voiceless people who displaced by war,Natural disaster , Mass development activities and Human & Elephant Co-Existence issue and Plantation workers of Sri Lanka
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Estate people protest for their land rights at Badulla in Sri Lanka

Written By Joining Hands Network on Monday, November 17, 2014 | 4:10 AM


A demonstration was conducted by PA,NAFSO together with the civil societies, NGOs collectively on Meeriyabedda landslide issue and the ignorance  at the Badulla Town, in Sri Lanka .  200 people took part in the demonstration. Here protesters demands estate workers land rights. the major demands are: 1)Provide 10 perch land for housing 02) provide 10 perch land for home gardening 03) provide 1 acre land for agriculture 04) Estate workers should be brought to the local government structure 05) Demolish the ruling system which brought by British  in the plantation sector (at this moment the plantation communities are under the  Plantation management system) 06) plantation people land rights should be ensured.07) provide adequate house (private house) see more

Caravan for seeds and food severeignty

Written By Joining Hands Network on Friday, November 7, 2014 | 2:36 AM

On the World Food Week (10th to 16th of October) Movement for Land and Agricultural Reforms , National Fisheries Solidarity Movement, Praja Abhilasha Network , People's Alliance for Right to Land (PARL)  and number of other civil society organizations have organized the ‘Seed Caravan for Food Sovereignty’. This Caravan traveled for 6 days from North to South of the country, mobilizing farmers and consumers on three major themes see more

Civil Society Statement in Solidarity with the up country People affected by the landslide in Meeriyabadde, Koslanda in Badulla District

The tragedy at Meeriyabedde estate in the Huldumulla Division on 29th October, 2014 has killed scores of up-country men, women and children. It has displaced hundreds of families from their homes and has forced them to take shelter in other places. It has created panic among thousands of vulnerable families in the hill country area.
We express our deepest condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones. We share the pain of those families whose members are trapped in the landslide and are considered missing. Our heart felt sympathies are also with those who have been injured, those that have lost their houses and all their belongings and are currently in IDP camps with uncertainty about their future see more

Main Activities

01. Conducting Research.
02. Pressurizing for land rights.
03. Mobilizing the landless people.
04. File court cases regarding land issues.
05. Networking the affected communities.
06. Providing Trainings for leaders.
07. Conduct workshops.
 
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