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Senthurajah, executive director of Social Organizations Networking for Development, a Jaffna-based charity.
“But given that hardly anyone from the north left as domestic workers a few years back, it is an important number.
She found herself enslaved with other women in a dimly-lit room with no ventilation, miles from Muscat. Finally we got back home when the Sri Lankan government intervened,” said the mother-of-three whose husband went missing in 2001.
She was taken out daily, sent to different homes to clean, and then locked up again at night. “People who have not gone through a conflict will not understand how difficult it is to take care of young children on your own.
Yasmin Sooka, director of the South Africa-based Foundation for Human Rights, said she hopes the review will spur member states to ask Sri Lanka tough questions. “There is no real framework for witness security in Sri Lanka,” said Sooka. rights chief to demand an independent investigation. spokesman Stephane Dujarric told the Associated Press late Friday that Secretary-General Antonio Guterres invited all 193 U. member states to be a part of the Circle of Leadership on sex abuse “and it is particularly important for troop-contributing countries to play a role.” Dujarric said all troops and police who are put forward for U. peacekeeping missions are investigated “to ensure that they do not have a prior history of misconduct, including sexual exploitation and abuse, while serving in a U.
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