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== Welcome to the Rotary Peace Wiki! Myth or Reality? Reconciliation in Sri Lanka ==
The Rotary Peace Wiki was established <small>''Effective dialogue is required to provide regain trust among communities in Sri Lanka. After the war with the LTTE in 2009, there is a dynamic and accessible forum for Rotary Peace Fellows need to post close ethnic divisions, improve social inclusion and discuss their analyses to build social capital. Drivers of conflicts conflict include the scarcity of resources, lack of social cohesion and issues they work on around the worldlack of political stability. The impact of decades of armed conflict has also led to resentment among state and non-state actors. This wiki Furthermore, core problems of ethic division and grievances of the Tamil minority have not been fully addressed. A likely outcome is open to the public presence of low-intensity conflict that could result in a humanitarian crisis because of increasing mistrust between the Sinhalese and serves as an online source Tamils that exacerbates the potential for conflict. It is critical to prevent a “stalemate” situation in its society where ethnic divisions remain stagnant and discussion center when there is potential for detailed information about further deepening and alienation of communities. In this paper, conflict analysis is conducted with a variety discussion of peace and possible scenarios. Broad recommendations are also proposed.''</small>  '''INTRODUCTION''' Sri Lanka has been embedded in ethnic conflict issuesfor more than two decades. Click "Browse data" Tensions between the majority Sinhalese and the Tamil minority in the northeast, coupled with separatism are main causes for the civil war. But since the civil war or search the 2009 defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), otherwise known as the Tamil Tigers, a militant group fighting for independence of the state and Tamils – more stability has been regained in the county although peace has not been completely restored. The armed conflict lasted over two and a specific topic half decades, and cost over 70,000 lives and displaced millions.<ref>Lewis, D, Jastrow, C, Jonas, C, Kenndy, T and Tamin, S. “Building Peace in Sri Lanka: An Analysis of the Conflict and Plan for Intervention”, p2.</ref> The issue of reconciliation in Sri Lanka continues to begindifficult and complex as misunderstandings between the major ethic groups – Sinhalese, Tamils and Muslims have resulted in mistrust and fear spilled over from “battles of the past”. The aim of this proposal is to investigate the complex issues that caused Sri Lanka to disintegrate in the past decades and to present an action plan to develop a harmony center. Using the Conflict Triangle Framework drawn from SIDA<ref>See Conflict Analysis Framework at</ref>
== Map of conflict ==
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