NWU Member Writes Op-Ed on Economic Discrimination in Sri Lanka

From a report by the Solidarity Center entitled "Workers in Post-Civil War Jaffna: A Snapshot of Working Conditions, Opportunities and Inequalities in Northern Sri Lanka"

NWU writers deploy their talents in numerous fields and cover topics all over the world.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation’s September 28th opinion piece “Political justice is not enough to rebuild Sri Lanka” comes to us from Timothy Ryan, an NWU member. Ryan is also the Asia director for the Solidarity Center, a non-profit affiliated with the AFL-CIO.

The coverage highlights the impact institutionalized economic and gender discrimination continues to have in the country following the end of its 26-year Civil War in 2009.

From a report by the Solidarity Center entitled "Workers in Post-Civil War Jaffna: A Snapshot of Working Conditions, Opportunities and Inequalities in Northern Sri Lanka"

Ryan’s writing deals with a specific part of the world, but the lessons may benefit activists anywhere.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail