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(Meatless Monday awareness stall at the Youth Festival) In celebration of International Youth Day 2018, the National Youth Services Council (NYSC) in collaboration with the National Federation of Youth Clubs organised a Youth Day Festival at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksha Theatre on the 12th of August 2018. Thousands of youth
(Ms. Buddhika Ranadheera introducing the Meatless Monday campaign at the Conference) To create awareness on the importance of sustainable consumption, Meatless Monday Sri Lanka attended the Asia-Pacific Carbon Forum (APCF) which was held at Sentosa Resort Convention Center in Singapore from 11th to 13th July 2018 as part of the
(The school children that attended the workshop) As part of the island wide outreach program for creating awareness on the many benefits that entails by shifting to a plant based diet, the Meatless Monday Sri Lanka campaign took its team to Galgamuwa, an area two hours out of Kurunagala, to
(Ms. Vositha Wijenayake, speaking at the Youth4Peace Workshop) The Meatless Monday Sri Lanka team was invited to take part in the Youth4Peace capacity building programme that was organised by UN Volunteers Sri Lanka, in partnership with UNFPA and UN Women. During the workshop that took place from 1st to 5th
Meatless Monday at the Youth4Youth Southern Province Symposium The Meatless Monday Sri Lanka team took part in the Youth4Youth Southern Symposium that was held from the 3rd to 6th May at Embilipitiya. The Symposium brought together more than 100 youth participants from the Southern Province who are active members in
To spread the message of cruelty free sustainable food consumption in the North of Sri Lanka, Meatless Monday Sri Lanka partnered with the Rotaract Club of the Faculty of Science of the University of Colombo to organise a sustainable lifestyles campaign named “Yaal Payam” (Journey to Jaffna). The partnership resulted
The Meatless Monday Sri Lanka team took part at the ‘Yowun Puraya – Youth Festival’, and hosted a Meatless Monday awareness creation stall from the 29th March to 1st April. The stall consisted of knowledge and promotional material regarding the importance of shifting to meatless lifestyles which was shared among the visitors
(Eng. Gamini Senanayake speaking on sustainable consumption and production)An awareness creation and capacity building workshop for journalists and communicators on Sustainable Consumption and Production and Climate Change was held on the 6thof March 2018 at the Kingsbury Hotel by SWITCH-Asia Sustainable Consumption and Production National Policy Support Component for Sri Lanka, Ministry