The typical conditional GCE A Level offer for science subjects (excluding Psychological and Behavioural Sciences) for 2017 entry will be A*A*A.Some applicants may be set lower offers or more challenging ones.Applicants may be required to achieve A* in a particular subject(s) depending on individual circumstances.If English is not your first language then any offer made is likely to include English language requirements.She is the author of ‘Muslim Family Law in Sri Lanka: Theory, Practice and Issues of Concern to Women’ and ‘Women and Governance’ in Sri Lanka (with Kishali Pinto Jayawardena). Neloufer de Mel, is the Director of Studies for the Faculty of Arts, a Professor of English, and a Lecturer for the Postgraduate Diploma and MA in Women’s Studies programs, at the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka.Her recent publications include Militarizing Sri Lanka: Popular Culture, Memory and Narrative in the Sri Lankan Armed Conflict (2007), ‘Between the War and the Sea: Critical Events, Contiguities and Feminist Domains, ‘Intervention: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (2007), Gendering the Tsunami: Women’s Experiences from Sri Lanka with Kanchana Ruwanpura (2006), Bearing Witness: Women’s Experiences of Armed Conflict in Sri Lanka, (2005), and ‘Sri Lanka: Mother Politics and Women’s Politics,’ in Gender Mainstreaming in Conflict Transformation (2005).THE LIMITS OF ‘DOING’ JUSTICE: COMPENSATION AS REPARATION IN POST-WAR SRI LANKA Neloufer De Mel & Chulani Kodikara This paper examines post-war justice in Sri Lanka not as question of ‘justice simpliciter’ – that is justice in and of itself which takes justice as a self evident category – but as a field of knowledge, power and practice that is, by definition, imperfect and limited by nature.
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Drawing on interviews with female war survivors and bureaucrats, literature on critical legal theory, and a scrutiny of the death certificate as a documentary site on which contestations over justice takes place, the chapter asks in what circumstance can ‘limited and imperfect measures’ be yet endowed with the ‘meaning of justice’ for war survivors.
Chulani Kodikara is a Research Associate at the International Center for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka.