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Land Issues in the Northern Province Post War Politics Policy and Practices

Land Issues in the Northern Province Post War Politics Policy and Practices

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Land Issues in the Northern Province: Post-War Politics, Policy and Practices by Senior Researchers Bhavani Fonseka and Mirak Raheem at the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) is the most recent endeavour by CPA to critique and provide alternatives to land and related issues in the post-war Northern Province in Sri Lanka.

Land Issues in the Northern Province: Post-War Politics, Policy and Practices by Senior Researchers Bhavani Fonseka and Mirak Raheem at the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) is the most recent endeavour by CPA to critique and provide alternatives to land and related issues in the post-war Northern Province in Sri Lanka.

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DECEMBER 2011CENTRE FOR POLICY ALTERNATIVES
 
Land in the NorthernProvince:
 
Post-War Politics, Policy and Practices
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 Acknowledgements
 The principal authors of the report are Bhavani Fonseka and Mirak Raheem. The report is based onfield work conducted by the authors and the field researchers who include Shamila Luckshithan,Loshana Sivakumaran, Priya Thangarajah, Suhood Fasleem, M. Rahman, M. Thiruvarangan,among others. The authors would like to acknowledge Aruni Jayakody, Chandula Kumukage, Thilini Peiris and Thenmozhy Kugamourthy for assisting in the desk research; Sujith Kumara forpreparing the maps; Nigel Nugawela for assisting with editing the report and Sanjana Hattotuwa forformatting the report. The authors would also like to thank Dr P. Saravanamuttu for commenting onthe research and the draft report. The research and report could not have been possible if not for the assistance and supportprovided by the numerous individuals and organisations in the North, Colombo and elsewhere.CPA is deeply indebted to the individuals who provided information and assistance to verifyindividual cases in extremely difficult circumstances. Names of these individuals have beenwithheld due to security reasons, as requested by them.ISBN 978 - 955 - 1655 - 83 - 9 The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) is an independent, non-partisan organisation that focusesprimarily on issues of governance and conflict resolution. Formed in 1996 in the firm belief that thevital contribution of civil society to the public policy debate is in need of strengthening, CPA iscommitted to programmes of research and advocacy through which public policy is critiqued,alternatives identified and disseminated. Address:
24/2 28th Lane, off Flower RoadColombo 7 Telephone:
+94 (11) 2565304/5/6Fax:
+94 (11) 4714460Web
www.cpalanka.orgEmail
info@cpalanka.org
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