Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration

The Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration, established in April 2010, has a pivotal role to play in a post conflict era where the people of Sri Lanka are looking forward to the fresh dawn of a prosperous tomorrow.

We are deeply committed to the noble task of facilitating all the communities to live in peace and harmony in a country enlivened by the colours of diversity while ensuring the language rights enshrined in the Constitution.

Social Integration News

District forum Mannar and Small Group Discussion in Kilinochchi District

The district level forum related to Mannar district was held on 22.05.2014 at District Secretariat in Mannar which was conducted by the Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration. These district forums programmes are conducting as an advisory process to draft the National Action Plan to implement Social Integration Policy and to identify activities, focus groups and cross cutting themes related to this district for analysis the elements of Social Integration.

More than 100 participants were participated including Heads of government [...]

Public forum discussion in Batticaloa

The district level Public forum discussion related to Batticaloa district was held on 17.06.2014 at the District Secretariat in Batticaloa, which was conducted by the Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration. These district forums programmes are conducting as an advisory process to draft the National Action Plan to implement Social Integration Policy and to identify activities, focus groups and cross cutting themes related to this district for analysis the elements of Social Integration.

More than 100 participants were participated including [...]

Languages News

Awareness Programme for Police Officers on Official Languages Policy

 

The first awareness programme on official language policy for the police officers took place on 26th of May 2014 at the Institution for Construction, Training and Development (ICTAD). 200 participants including Chief Official Language Implementing Officers, Official Language Implementing Officers and heads of the divisions had participated in the programme. The Secretary to the Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration explained the objective of the programme and the duties of the Ministry. Dr. Pradeepa Mahanamahewa, the Commissioner [...]

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Administrative News

Recruitment of Grade III of the Language Call Coordinator – 2014

Applications are called from the citizens of Sri Lanka, with requisite qualifications for recruitment of 03 vacancies of Language Call Coordinator Grade III, in the Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration.

Management Information System for Handling Languages Societies

Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the above Services.For Further information

Message from the President of Sri Lanka

Protection of the rights of the economically and socially disadvantaged groups and improvement of their living conditions will be given high priority with a view to ensuring their active participation in socio-economic activities.

Message from the Minister

The Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration was established with a view to enhance the freedom of communities, communal harmony, strong understanding , Religious and Cultural bonds, and develop a society with equal opportunities for every citizen of this country.

Message from the Secretary

The primary objective of the Ministry of National Languages and Social Integration is to consider each and every individual as a vital link in the society ensure the language rights of everyone and providing equal opportunities to every person.

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Our Vision

A unified Sri Lankan nation celebrating unity in diversity endearingly intertwined by two languages ensuring the cultural identity of all communities.

Our Mission

Policy formulation, guidance and facilitation to create a developed and socially integrated trilingual society that assures rights of one and all and respects each other.

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