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When someone asks you who you are:

The real answer should be”Sri Lankan”

In conversation with National Coordinator of Peace and Social Work, T. Dayabaran on reconciliation and our national identity

The Dangers of Insufficient Infrastructure:

A Road Decides the Fate of the People

A story from the Lianweli Estate and it’s deadly roads that claim lives

Because individuality is different from national identity

Reconciliation is not a mathematical activity

The Catamaran in conversation with social activist and writer Sarmila Seyed

Words that brought me back to life:

“Your baby is alive!”

Latha lost 4 children and her husband in the 2004 Tsunami. This is her story.

Excelling without Special Needs Assistance

This Young Girl is an Example to Us All

A young goat herder from Batticaloa is in need of special needs but excels without it


The Root of Our Problems

How reconciliation prevails in the town of Akurana after the Easter Sunday Attacks

Talking to Dilmi Fathima

Bonding Hearts with Kind Words

The Catamaran recently spoke with Dilmi Fathima, a Muslim seamstress from Kurunegala who makes clothes for the Sinhala women in her community. Her work has become the glue that bonds her community together despite racial and religious differences among her and her clientele.

Finding Peace in Divinity

Looking Beyond the Issues of Man

The Catamaran looked to leaders and followers from various walks of faith to gather their views on reconciling as a nation, following the ethnic unrest post Easter Sunday attacks.

In Conversation with Shabir Mohammed

Religious Extremism Is Not Tolerated

Shabir Mohammed, leader of Dawoodi Bohra community and a chief organizer of the Ashara Mubaraka festival joined The Catamaran for a discussion on the significance of the festival post Easter Sunday Attacks.