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Virtual Inauguration Ceremony of the BCIS Language Programmes of the BCIS for the Academic year 2021 was successfully held on January 30, 2021.
H.E. Woonjin JEONG, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka graced this occasion as the Chief Guest.
Dr. Minna Thaheer, Director / BCIS made the opening remarks and Mr. George Cooke, Deputy Director also addressed this gathering.
More than 185 students enrolled for the Beginners’ levels in nine (09) languages – Chinese, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Sinhala, Spanish and Tamil participated in this virtual Inauguration ceremony.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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The first session of the Lecture, Question and Answer (LQA) series of the Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies (BCIS) for 2021 was on ‘Exploring Potential while Enhancing the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Bond’. Ms Sabah Aslam, Executive Director, Islamabad Institute of Conflict Resolution (IICR), Pakistan was the guest speaker.
The LQA drew a large number of enthusiasts keen to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between the countries at present and the potential in diverse areas.The next LQA will be with a networking partner from another country in the South Asian region.

Saturday, February 6, 2021
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The Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies (BCIS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Minna Thaheer as the Director of the Centre from January 2021.

Dr. Minna Thaheer counts more than 15 years of professional engagement in humanitarian and development sectors while pursuing her academic and research interests. Her career to date mainly includes interventions in peace and reconciliation, human development, conflict resolution, poverty alleviation, policy analysis, advocacy and empowerment. She has authored books, journal articles and contributed to edited volumes mainly in the fields related to peace building, social cohesion and sustainable development.

Dr. Thaheer has functioned in the same fields as a policy analyst; researcher, policy advisor, academic, author and archivist while working in think tanks, civil society initiatives, academia and multi-national agencies including the World Bank and the UNDP including her immediate past stint at the Centre for Poverty Analysis. She was a recipient of the NUFU PhD scholarship from University of Oslo.  She was awarded a PhD in Political Science by the University of Colombo on a tripartite PhD programme with University of Oslo, Norway, University of Gadjamada, Indonesia and University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 

 

Wednesday, January 27, 2021
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Founding Chairperson

The Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies (BCIS) established by Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike in 1974, is a flagship institution in Sri Lanka dedicated towards learning…

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