Let us Proudly Commemorate International Year of Small Scale Fisheries & Aquiculture - 2022

“Dialogue for People’s Constitution” Hambantota – 4 June 2022

171 civil activists represented from various sectors in the district. It was attended by 149 participants physically and 22 participants virtually via Zoom App. A seminar on the above topic was held in Hambantota for religious leaders, civil activists, and professionals in the district.


The main topic of the seminar was the 21st Amendment to the Constitution. Participants eagerly asked resource persons about this topic.
The seminar consisted of two-panel discussions. The first group consisted of Jagath Liyana Arachchi, Attorney-at-Law, Manjula Gajanayake, Co-Convener, March 12 Movement and Brito Fernando, Chairman, Association of the Parents and Family Members of the Disappeared, is included in the first panel discussion. The second panel was Udeni Disanayaka, Lal bengamuwagwe and Thamara Dayani representing trade unions. 
 Objective of this seminar was to initiate a broad public dialogue on the above issues. It also focused on exploring the possibility of access to court proceedings through various sources. Saman Seneviratne and Wijeratne moderated the sessions.
It was organized by Civil Society Movement for People’s Constitution in collaboration with Hambantota District Human Rights First Aid Center, Biodiversity Task Force Management Ambalantota, Wickramanayake Farmers' Organization Welipatanwila, Ruhuna Magam TV Hambantota, D1 Hanganwagura Farmers' Association Mamadala and Civil Society Platform