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Voices of Reconciliation Radio – New Content

Voices of Reconciliation Radio

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VOR Radio aims to enhance social, political and cultural cohesion in Sri Lanka through podcasts in Sinhala, Tamil and English with a special focus on civil society initiatives and perspectives on peace, reconciliation and democracy. Some of the latest additions to our growing collection of podcasts from Sri Lanka are:

Coastal Rising
Young Asia Television (YATV) has brought together district-based teams of journalists and civil society activists in the East and South of Sri Lanka to highlight tsunami recovery from the community perspective. The series draws attention to how citizens, local government, relief agencies and the donor community have risen to the challenge of rebuilding livelihoods and infrastructure along the devastated coast. Click here or search for Coastal Rising on the VOR Radio site to get a wealth of podcasts and content over the past 10 weeks.

Mobile talking: Cellphones, Conflict Resolution and Human Rights
A podcast with Radio New Internationalist, Australia on mobile phones, human rights and peacebuilding in Sri Lanka.

Humanitarian Situation in Sri Lanka Deteriorating
A report on the worsening humanitarian conditions in Sri Lanka from the World Food Programme.

Real Voices Radio
Productions in Sinhala and Tamil on social issues and grassroots democracy by community Media Houses set up in the South and East of Sri Lanka. Click here for one podcast of dozens available on the site.

There’s already over 250+ hours worth of programming on the website and we strongly encourage local and international CSOs and NGOs to provide us with more content on Sri Lanka, which can be hosted on VOR Radio absolutely free of charge.