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Back Book Title War and Recovery : Psychosocial Challenges in Northern Sri Lanka

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War and Recovery : Psychosocial Challenges in Northern Sri Lanka
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- Jeevasuthan Subramaniam
- Sri Lanka
- The International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES), Colombo
- 9789555802079
- 2017
- viii, 52p.
- 130 gms.
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Women living in the northern and eastern provinces became a driving force of the socio-economic development of the country after the termination of three decades of armed conflict. A huge network of women's groups such as NGOs, associations, and the CBOs at the grassroots level played a crucial role in providing livelihood and empowerment initiatives. State and non-state actors use socio-economic development as an entry point for empowerment and reconciliation. Since 2009, women have participated in income-generating activities that contributed to building their socio-economic empowerment, which in turn is paving the way for the sustainable development of the country. The socio-economic empowerment of women in the post-war context has brought tangible changes to the perceptions of women in a traditional community. Specifically, it has redefined roles and responsibilities for women. This working paper is an examination of the current evidence on women?s socio-economic empowerment in the Northern Province.

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