Check the Label
If it’s made in Sri Lanka, put it down.
Be a Consumer of Conscience and Inform an employee that you are checking the label and will not be purchasing clothing made in Sri Lanka because you are aware of the human rights violations funded by their economic contribution.
Victoria’s Secret and call the customer service line at 1.800.411.5116.
Gap, Inc. and call headquaters at 1.650.952.4400
The best way to effect change is to inform yourself and your friends about the atrocities occurring in Sri Lanka.
Listen to Damilvany, a 25-year-old British Tamil who witnessed the horrors of the conflict and the terror of the internment camp.
Watch the first independently filmed footage of the demoralizing conditions of internment camps, including a lack of food and water, exposure to dead bodies, and sexual assault by Sri Lankan security forces.
Footage inside a makeshift hospital that was struck by a shell reveal the desperate conditions civilians were forced to endure.
The first foreign journalists to visit the city of Jaffna, reporter Sandra Jordan and director Siobhan Sinnerton travel to northern Sri Lanka and uncover the government’s heavy-handed tactics in the latest stage of the country’s 30-year civil war.
A comprehensive narrative of the history of genocide in Sri Lanka.
Influence Your Leaders
One of the most effective ways you can make a difference is by reaching out to your leaders and sharing your concerns with them. Let your elected officials know how you should be represented on these important issues.
The Boycott Sri Lanka campaign is a single-minded campaign in support of the Tamil Eelam struggle& human rights violations in Sri Lanka & to collectively pressure the Sri Lankan Government to end the relentless Sri Lankan Tamil war, Sri Lankan Army violence against ethnic Tamils & the human right violations in Sri Lanka.
Support the Tamil Eelam struggle! Participate in the worldwide Boycott of Sri Lanka tourism in protest against human rights violations in Sri Lanka. Every single time you boycott a Sri Lankan product or event, you are making a difference – in the fight against the relentless Sri Lankan Civil war, the Tamil Eelam struggle& other ethnic Tamil issues in Sri Lanka & the human rights violations in Sri Lanka. It worked in South Africa. Now we need your help to make it work in Sri Lanka.