D.G Niruka sanjeewani has followed Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (Hons) and Master of Arts in International Relations, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Conference Proceedings and Abstract Publications
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2022) “The Legacy of Post-Colonial Nation-Building Process and Its Impact on the Protracted Refugee Situation in India”, 15th International Research Conference, General Sir John Kotelwala, Defence University, Sri Lanka.(ISBN 978-624-5574-54-4
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2022), The Shifts of Migration Patterns in Sri Lanka: Analyzing the Impact of Ongoing Financial Crisis on the Growth of out-migration, Seventh Annual Research and Orientation Workshop and Conference on Global Protection of Refugees and Migrants, Calcutta Research Group, India, (Kolkata, 13 November – 19November 2022)
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N.(2021) “Climate Refugees in South Asia: The Role of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation and Way forward, International Symposium on Rebuilding Communities after Displacement, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and Lund University, Sweden.
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2021), “Effective Application of International Refugee Law: The Impact on Palestinians” 14th International Research Conference, General Sir John Kotelwala, Defence University, Sri Lanka. (ISBN 978-624-5574-26-1).
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2020), “The Impact of EU’S Externalization Policies on Libya”, 13th International Research Conference, General Sir John Kotelwala, Defence University, Sri Lanka. (ISBN 978-955-0301-77-5).
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N., “Going Beyond the Discourses on Common European Asylum System”, Rajarata International Research Conference, Mihintale, Sri Lanka, 2019.
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N., “Regional Integration in South East Asia: ASEAN and its future Implications”, The Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies, Montreal, Canada, 2019.
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N., “Rohingya Refugees in Nepal: Going Beyond the Discourse on Integration”, 12th International Research Conference, General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, Rathmalana, Sri Lanka-2019.
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N., “Illicit Border Crossing of Women, Analyzing of the Transnational Security Challenges in South Asia”, Proceedings of the School of Pacific and Asian Studies, 2018 Graduate Student Conference- University of Hawaii- 2018
- “China-India Power Struggle in the Indian Ocean and its implications to Sri Lanka from 2010 to 2016”, 3rd International Conference of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Ruhuna, Matara, Sri Lanka. -2017
- “The Role of Youth in Post-War Reconciliation” 9th International Research Conference, General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University-2016
- “Post Conflict Challenges in Sri Lanka: Revisiting the concept of peace zone in Indian Ocean”, International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura-2016
- “The Importance of Paddy and Crop Cultivation in Northern and Eastern Provinces: The Way Forward for Reconciliation in Sri Lanka”, 4th International Research Conference – Eastern University of Sri Lanka – 2016
- “The Relevance of Truth Commission in Post War Context: Sri Lankan Perspective”, Trincomalee International Research Conference, Trincomalee Campus- Eastern University – 2016
- “The Significance of Civil-Military in Myanmar for Sustainable Peace. 4th SEAHRAN International Conference on Human Rights and Peace in South Asia, Mahidoal University, Thailand- 2016
- “The Engagement of KDU in Executing the National Security”: Proceedings of the 8th International Research Conference – General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University – 2015
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2020), “Unheard Voices of the Forced Migrants in Armenia and Azerbaijan”, Act for Displaced
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2020), “Family Reunification of Unaccompanied minors: Realities of the European Asylum System”, Routed Magazine on Migration and (Im)mobility.
- Sanjeewani, D.G.N. (2020),”Trafficking in Rohingya Women: The ASEAN Perspective”, Kaldor Centre’s Special Series Marking the 5 Year Anniversary of the Andaman Sea Crisis, Kaldor Center for International Refugee Law, University of New South Wales, Australia
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