Media Archive

Memorialisation as public history: A practitioner’s note

A practitioner’s note by Radhika Hettiarachchi, Team leader of the Community Memorialisation Project and Curator of the Herstories Project on memorialisation and its uses in Sri Lanka Memorialisation as Public History: A Practitioner’s Note

Roar media: (Sinhala)

This article is about the role of youth as civil society, and how social media maybe used for positive change.

Radhika Hettiarachchi on WomentalkSL

Radhika Hettiarachchi, the concept creator and team leader of the Community Memorialisation Project and Herstories Project, interviewed about memorialisation, transitional justice and the role of the arts in peace building Radhika Hettiarachchi

Radhika Hettiarachchi interviewed by Smriti Daniel for Sunday Times

“When reconciliation is made up on violent memories” – Sunday Times Features

Mankind of War – The History of Sri Lanka

போருக்குப்பின்னான மனிதம் – இலங்கையின் வரலாற்றுப் பக்கங்கள் Theme : Value-Based Society Link :

Use your voting right intelligently

ඔබේ ඡන්ද අයිතිය බුද්ධිමත්ව භාවිතා කරන්න Theme : Civic Responsibility Link : ඔබේ ඡන්ද අයිතිය බුද්ධිමත්ව භාවිතා කරන්න​

Waiting for the disappeared 29-09-2017

අතුරුදහන් වූවන් එනතුරු බලාසිටින්නෝ Theme : People and humanizing Link : අතුරුදහන් වූවන් එනතුරු බලාසිටින්නෝ


Mothers who have lost their children and the duty of society Theme : People and humanizing


Until today, the government has not taken any concrete steps for the Tamil people to live in peace Theme : Peace Building


It is not difficult to facilitate reconciliation! Theme : Peace Building