Download our regular, bi-annual SLB Public Opinion Survey Reports and our SLB Snapshot Survey Reports here.
This nationally representative survey explores how Sri Lanka’s 2022 crisis impacted issues related to social cohesion and reconciliation in 5 areas: political engagement, the inclusiveness of the Aragalaya, inter-ethnic relationships, addressing past injustices, and confidence in the political leadership.
This nationally representative survey from 2021 explores how Sri Lankans perceive reconciliation and social cohesion along the eight domains identified by the SLB as relevant for reconciliation in Sri Lanka.
This nationally representative survey from 2020 explores how Sri Lankans perceive reconciliation and social cohesion along the eight domains identified by the SLB as relevant for reconciliation in Sri Lanka.
Explore our thematic studies that apply qualitative methodologies and complement the findings of the SLB Public Opinion Surveys to delve deeper into issues related to reconciliation and social cohesion in Sri Lanka.
This study explores the notion of trust and distrust, how interpersonal trust might be linked to social trust among ethno-religious groups and social classes, and political trust in institutions.
This study critically explores the views of the sangha (the community of Buddhist priests) towards reconciliation.
This study analyses the offline and online discourse pertaining to the 2019 mural wave as part of the process of youth identity creation in post-war Sri Lanka.
This study explores the possible triggers and underlying causes of communal violence in Kuliyapitiya, Nikaweratiya and Minuwangoda in the aftermath of the Easter Sunday attacks.