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ONUR was set up with the commitment to achieve national unity and reconciliation was a key feature of January 2015 Presidential campaign. To give effect to this commitment, the Government of Sri Lanka established the Office for National Unity and Reconciliation (ONUR).
The resolution was moved by Prime Minister; approved by the Cabinet; Established under President; chaired by Former President Kumaratunga.

Road Map to National Unity

A multi-pronged approach to achieving national unity is important in the Sri Lankan context.  In this regard, ONUR believes that the process of building National Unity and Reconciliation in Sri Lanka is connected to multiple aspects affecting lives of people, whether they are from North, South, East or West of the country.
ONUR is responsible for formulation and coordinating the implementation of the policies and programmes to build national unity and reconciliation. Our Principle role is to ensure a durable peace through building bridges between all our peoples. 
The office conceptualizes and formulates programmes, secures funding & collaborates with other agencies for implementation. The partners are the Central Government, Provincial Councils, Civil Society Organisations, Development Partners and other stakeholders.

Vision: Towards a National Agenda

A strong, stable, progressive, inclusive and peace-loving nation where all Sri Lankans co-exist in harmony and unity, while diversity and national identity is respected and celebrated with a guarantee of equal opportunity in economic, social, cultural and political spheres for every citizen.


Promote and provide for a society that respects fundamental rights, freedom, rule of law, equality and diversity; treat and respect all citizens with dignity and non-discrimination irrespective of ethnicity, religion, language, caste, age, gender, sexual orientation, birthplace, political opinion.
Link:  www.onur.gov.lk

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