A road to reconciliation in Sri Lanka | Daily FT

A group of values curriculum core facilitators in Colombo in 2018 – Pic courtesy The Asia Foundation By Celina Cramer Sri Lanka’s bitter, 30-year civil war continues to cast shadows of grief, loss, and sectarian tension over an ethnically diverse population of Sinhalese Buddhists, Tamil Hindus, Muslims, and Catholics. As the country attempts to navigate the post-conflict period, there is no more urgent task than restoring inclusiveness and social cohesion to public life. The schools are a key to meeting this challenge, and it has been a mandate of governments past and present to reform the edu…

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