In Geneva face-off, outrage versus hope | Daily FT

Geneva as an idea is firmly embedded in the Sri Lankan consciousness. For many Sri Lankans, especially the Sinhalese, it is an attack on national honour, a place where their vulnerability as a small island is exploited. For many Tamils and now Muslims, it is a place of hope. For human rights activists the world over, it is their forum The Human Rights Council is where Sinhala and Tamil nationalisms meet and confront each otherBy Radhika Coomaraswamy The Hindu: “Hey Geneva” laments Ajith Kumarasiri (musician, songwriter, and composer in Sri Lanka) in powerful Sinhala rhythm and blues. “We no lo…

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