Vibusha Madanayake


Področje dela: Seminar papers, master's theses, studies, analysis
Prejemnca REFERENCE 2017

Področje dela: Seminar papers, master’s theses, studies, analysis

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Vibusha Madanayake is a graduate of the University of Colombo with a Bacelor of Arts specilizing in International Relations and also a post graduate scholar reading for her Masters in International Relations at the same university. She has worked in number of NGOs and volunteer organizations since 2010. She has involved in projects such as human rights, peace buidling, transtional justice, youth rights, disable rights and youth participation in plotics in academically as well as professionally. She has represented Sri Lanka in various international youth and research conferences.

Title of the paper:

  • Analysis of the Intentions of the United States Defense Strategy in South Asia Since 2001. (Academic Presentation and Publication at the 9th International Research Conference of General Sir John Kotelawala Defense University, Sri Lanka held on 08th and 09th September 2016).
  • Global Challenges to Development: An Analysis of the Strategic Interest of the United States in South Asia (Academic Presentation and Publication at the 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka held on 30th September and 01st of October 2016).
  • Globalization and the Need for Policy Revision: In Context of the United States Defense Strategy towards South Asia.(Paper accepted for the 4th International Conference on Education, Social Sciences and Humanities that will be held in Dubai, UAE on the 10th, 11th and 12th of July 2017).

She has worked for National Peace Council, Sri Lanka as an Intern on a short-term basis to organize and coordinate the National Level Meeting on Transitional Justice and Women, a project implemented by the National Peace Council with the support of FOKUS Women.

She has worked for International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Sri Lanka as a Programme Coordinator on a short-term basis to organize the roundtable discussion in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons Living with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and the Draft Disability Law.

She was trained as an intern at the United Nations, Multicultural Affairs, Human Rights and Conferences Division of the Ministry under the internship program proposed by the Department of International Relations, University of Colombo.

She was trained in Media Operations at the President Media (Electronic) of the Presidents Secretariat, Sri Lanka.

She gained experiences as a Research Assistant in relation to two research projects conducted by the Research Fellow of the Research Department at the National Institute of Education (NIE) and Senior Lecturer at the External Program of the University of London conducted by the Graduate Department of the Royal Institute Sri Lanka

Research Projects; Teaching of Religion in the School Curriculum. The Liberation of Women and their Participation in Development.

Project work

Project Work under International Youth Alliance for Peace (Gurantee) Limited. (IYAP)

Project titles: Ability Forum , Youth Matters, One Youth One Nation, ASPIRAR 2.1

Volunteer Work

  • Functioned as Director of Finance and Administration
  • Co-Director of Programs and Operations
  • International Youth Alliance for Peace (IYAP)
  • Speaker in Seminar Team at SL2 College (2017-to date)
  • Volunteer & Member, International Human Rights Ethic Union (2014 – to date)
  • Member of V Task Force, Volunteer, United Nations, Sri Lanka. (2010-to date)
  • Member – Rotract Club of Faculty of Arts, University of Colombo (2013 – 2015)