UTHRUniversity Teachers for Human Rights
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Compiling witness accounts from The Cage after the LTTE's defeat, the highly respected group University Teachers for Human Rights (Jaffna) (UTHR [J]), wrote: 'what these survivors' stories make clear is that for both parties, the key to military knowledge lay not in brilliant strategies, but in an utter disregard for the lives of civilians and combatants alike' (UTHR [J] 2009b, p.
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After the intervention of the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) in Sri Lanka in 1987, which led to another war, Rajani and a few close colleagues formed a group called University Teachers for Human Rights, Jaffna (UTHR [J]).
Human Rights Watch has received numerous reports of such incidents since February' (Human Rights Watch 2002; UTHR [J] 2002a).
Both men were responding a report Tuesday by the Jaffna branch of the University Teachers for Human Rights (UTHR) that delineated the LTTE recruitment of children.
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Atrocities were committed against trapped civilians both by the losing forces, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who mercilessly used defenceless people as human shields, and by the victorious forces of the Sri Lankan army (UTHR [J] 2009; Harrison 2012).
They simply refused to face the reality of their maimed lives and stolen childhoods" (UTHR Special Report No.