The Community Memorialization Project is an archive of 320 village histories and life stories of individuals and groups, collected and archived to memorialize the experiences of violence and conflict in three Sri Lankan districts. Using the archive, the project creates opportunities for dialogue within and between communities on our country's past, and the future we as citizens want to create for it and the next generation of Sri Lankans.
A lady from Batugoda speaks of the way she overcame financial struggles in her life
A story depicting the hardships and brutality of the war and camp life
A young student speaks of how her father and her aunt got through the J.V.P. insurrection
The story of a mother who was badly affected by the ethnic conflict and poverty.
A 62 year old gentleman from the Beliwatta village relates his experience from the…
Martin, a baker's help when the J.V.P. insurrection took place, explains how the…
The story of the family affected by the ethnic conflict of the past.
A young mother's life story