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His Excellency the President Maithripala Sirisena declared 8th-14th January every year as National Integration and Reconciliation Week with the concurrence of the Cabinet of Ministers. This is the first time after independence such a  National Integration and Reconciliation Week has been declared to bring unity, harmony, brotherhood, reconciliation and sustainable and permanent peace among, ethnic, religious, cultural and regional communities and societies and is considered as a land mark initiative to strengthen Sri Lanka as a united, reconciled, harmonized and prosperous country.



on 17th January 2017, a special programme was held to mark the national integration and reconciliation week initiated by the Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation and was participated by the Former President Madam Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga as Chief Guest, State Minister Hon.A.H.M.Fowzie ,  Mr.V.Sivaganansothy, Secretary, Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation , Ananda College Principal Mr.Keerthiratne, Deputy Principal, teachers and large number of students and the declaration was read by the students and pledged for commitment. The students have delivered speeches in all three languages emphasizing the importance of "Unity in Diversity".

This programme is undertaken in all schools island-wide with the intension of empowering teachers, school children as Change Agents and Messengers of peace. The photographs provide a snapshot of the programme held in Ananda College, Colombo.

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