Our vision

The Fundamental And Other Rights Organization of Sri Lanka

The vision of the The Fundamental And Other Rights Organization of Sri Lanka is to establish a background to be lived in the society peacefully, with harmony and with national integrity for the multinational communities in Sri Lanka without any encumbrances by doing their day to day tasks independently. The Fundamental Rights & Other Rights Organization of Sri Lanka always representing all the races in Sri Lanka by appearing for human rights issues, fundamentals rights and doing social welfare, educational, cultural and religious services for the Sri Lankan people.

Vision of what the United Nations

“It’s the light in the darkness.
Where there is conflict,
where there is injustice,
where there is poverty,
there is help on the way.”
— UNESCO Special Envoy for Peace Forest Whitaker shares his vision of what the United Nations is and does to help change & save lives around the world.

“No one is born hating another person because or his background, or of the colour of his skin, his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to Love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite..”

Prof. D. S. Jayantha kalubowila

Nelson Mandela

Former President of South Africa

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013) was a South African politician and activist. On April 27, 1994, he was made the first President of South Africa elected in a fully represented democratic election. He was also the first black President of his country, South Africa.

Nelson Mandela is a South African leader who spent years in prison for opposing apartheid, the policy by which the races were separated and whites were given power over blacks in South Africa. Upon his release from prison, Mandela became the first president of a black-majority-ruled South Africa in which apartheid was officially ended. A symbol of hope for many, Mandela is also a former winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

The United Nations

The United Nations was founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, and promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights. 

With currently 193 Member States and two Permanent Observers – the flags of which fly along 1stAvenue in New York City – the United Nations is the only truly global Organization addressing challenges that cannot be tackled by one country alone. Working across the three inter-connected pillars of peace, development, and human rights, the United Nations system encompasses over thirty Agencies, Funds, Programmes and related entities.


Our mission covers the entire Island

For human rights and fundamental rights, our organization has gathered representatives of all nationalities covering the entire island of Sri Lanka.
For the national security of Sri Lanka. We stand together to protect these fundamental rights of dignity, fairness, equality, dignity and independence.

1. Colombo 2. Gampaha 3. Kalutara 4. Kandy 5. Matale 6. Nuwara Eliya 7. Galle 8. Matara 9. Hambantota 10. Jaffna 11. Kilinochchi 12. Mannar 13. Vavuniya 14. Mullaitivu 15. Batticaloa 16. Ampara 17. Trincomalee 18. Kurunegala 19. Puttalam 20. Anuradhapura 21. Polonnaruwa 22. Badulla 23. Moneragala 24. Ratnapura 25. Kegalle

“Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.”

Prof. D. S. Jayantha kalubowila

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King John

King John (r. 1199–1216) is best remembered for granting Magna Carta in June 1215, although he sought its annulment almost immediately. The youngest son of Henry II (r. 1157–1189), John succeeded his brother, Richard I who is known as Richard the Lionheart (r. 1189–1199), as King of England in 1199. His reign was marked by a string of unsuccessful military campaigns, a prolonged struggle with the Church and the baronial rebellion which led to Magna Carta.

John exploited his feudal rights to extort money from the barons: he set taxes at very high levels, he enforced arbitrary fines and he seized the barons’ estates. John used this income to fund his expensive wars in France, but still he failed to hold together the empire created by his father.

John was an efficient and able administrator, but he was also unpredictable and aggressive. He disregarded justice when dealing with opponents, regularly taking hostages and imposing ruthless punishments.

His conflict with the Church led to his excommunication. The annulment of Magna Carta by Pope Innocent III in August 1215, at John’s request, led to a renewal of the baronial revolt which was still raging when John died in October 1216.

What Are Human Rights?

Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world, from birth until death. 

They apply regardless of where you are from, what you believe or how you choose to live your life.

They can never be taken away, although they can sometimes be restricted – for example if a person breaks the law, or in the interests of national security. These basic rights are based on shared values like dignity, fairness, equality, respect and independence. These values are defined and protected by law.

Geodiversity is the foundation of all biodiversity. It allows life to develop & thrive, and underpins all ecosystems on Earth.

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