Hasini has been a Development Professional and Arts Manager for the last ten years. She has also worked as a trainer, translator, writer and researcher. Now she is reinventing herself as a consultant in creativity and personal development. Her new areas of interest are Museum Anthropology, Oral History and Arts integrated Education.
Hasini has been working on social cohesion and reconciliation in Sri Lanka for the past 10 years, especially with a focus on culture, communications and education. She has worked with over 100 arts initiatives, as well as with government and donor agencies and handled complex partnerships in politically challenging circumstances. She is trained as a sociologist in Delhi University India, Lund University Sweden, and has specialized in teaching history with York University, Canada. As a Fellow at Columbia University New York, she studied creative use of Oral History and Museology and worked closely with the Lower East-side Tenement Museum. She has also studied Museology in Germany with a focus on the curation of Holocaust Museums. She is part of Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability – a global network of researchers and practitioners on transitional justice and reconciliation.
Hasini believes in personal growth and is in a period of transition, looking for new opportunities to combine her new passions with her past experience.
torts / conflict resolution
vocational training / workforce development
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