Coomaraswamy


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Coomaraswamy

Ananda (Kentish). 1877--1947, Ceylonese art historian and interpreter of Indian culture to the West
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Coomaraswamy also said there was anecdotal evidence of children being recruited by militias and insurgent groups, in some cases being paid to plant bombs.
Coomaraswamy also appealed to the international community to assist neighbouring countries to which Iraqis have fled to ensure that the children are protected and can access basic services, including education and health care.
Coomaraswamy, saying that religious groups can play an important role in issues such as the recruitment of child soldiers or by intervening at the outbreak of war.
In California and Michigan, nothing has been done and the issue is very prevalent." In April, Coomaraswamy will give a final report to the U.N.
So in March 1994, the Commission on Human Rights appointed Radhika Coomaraswamy, a Sri Lankan lawyer and activist, to a three-year term.
Sexual behaviors that place these individuals at high risk include: frequent anonymous sex, generalized hypersexuality, tendency toward multiple sex partners, and decreased likelihood of using contraceptives, including condoms (Akhtar & Thomson, 1980; Cournos, Guido, Coomaraswamy, Meyer-Bahlburg, Sugden, & Horwath, 1994; Sacks, Dermatis, Burton, Hull, & Perry, 1994; Susser, et al., 1994).
The Governor of the CBSL Indrajit Coomaraswamy has been on record saying that even if all remaining foreign funds flow out, the CBSL is prepared to handle it.
Governor Indrajit Coomaraswamy lowered the standing lending facility rate to 8.5 percent from 9 percent.
Samaratunga, Central Bank Governor, Dr Indrajit Coomaraswamy and senior officials from the Treasury and Central Bank.
Indrajit Coomaraswamy handed over the First copy of Annual Report - 2017 of the sixty eighth Annual Report of the Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) to Minister of Finance and mass media Mr.