Journalists For Democracy in Sri Lanka


Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka (JDS) is a group of journalists, human rights workers and other activists exiled from Sri Lanka based in Germany. [1][2][3][4] It has reports on human rights and press freedom violations in Sri Lanka and provided videos of war crimes in Sri Lanka.[5] When the United Nations Human Rights Council investigated war crimes in Sri Lanka in 2013, the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation began censoring Tamil-language BBC broadcasts. JDS spoke out assertively against the government's move.[6]

References

  1. ^ JDS Official Website
  2. ^ New York Times blog JDS
  3. ^ Attack on Uthayan editor portrays renewed attacks on Tamils: JDS
  4. ^ Video shows purported atrocities in Sri Lanka conflict:CNN Archived 2010-10-07 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Sri Lanka execution video authentic - UN envoy BBC
  6. ^ "Sri Lanka censors BBC's programmes on UN Human Rights Council - Reporters Without Borders". en.rsf.org. Retrieved .

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