Jonathan R. Stromseth
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Filipinos with Disabilities Tell Stories of Exercising Right to Vote in 2013 Elections On April 23, 2014 The Asia Foundation and Vera Files, Inc, with support from the Australian Government, launched the publication “The Right to Vote: Filipinos with Disabilities and the 2013 Elections.“
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National Values Survey: Sri Lanka 2011
Sri Lanka is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious society with four major religions: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Roman Catholicism. As the country emerges from decades of war, new ethno-religious dynamics are emerging which have implications for peace and coexistence between communities. This survey is meant to help uncover some of those dynamics. Within this complex and evolving ethno-religious landscape, The Asia Foundation conducted the National Values in Sri Lanka Survey in late 2011 to gain a more grounded understanding of people's perceptions of religious beliefs and practices, influence of religious leaders, inter-religious relations, and tolerance for religious expression.