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Women and the Judiciary in the Asia-Pacific

Book Chapters
Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021, 66-108
Publication year: 2021

Blog Posts
Dinesha Samararatne, ‘Comparative Constitutional Law, Colonialism and Empire (Part II)’ IACL-AIDC Blog (26 Oct 2021) https://blog-iacl-aidc.org/2021-posts/2021/10/26/comparative-constitutional-law-colonialism-and-empire-part-ii.
Publication year: 2021

Blog Posts
Dinesha Samararatne, ‘Comparative Constitutional Law, Colonialism and Empire (Part I)’ IACL-AIDC Blog (21 October 2021) https://blog-iacl-aidc.org/2021-posts/2021/10/21/comparative-constitutional-law-colonialism-and-empire-part-i.
Publication year: 2021

Women with Disabilities as Agents of Peace, Change and Rights

Edited volume
Karen Soldatic and Dinesha Samararatne
Routledge
Publication year: 2020

Women and Constitutions in Action

Technical reports/ working papers
Anna Dziedzic, Dinesha Samararatne
Constitution Transformation Network of Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia (Policy Brief No 001/2020)
Publication year: 2020

Judicial Interpretation of Human Rights

Book Chapters
Dinesha Samararatne
in Sri Lanka: State of Human Rights 2018 (Law & Society Trust, 2020) 109
Publication year: 2020

Gendering the Legal Complex: Women in Sri Lanka's Legal Profession

Refereed Journal articles
47(4) (November 2020) Journal of Law and Society 666-693
Publication year: 2020

From South Africa to Sri Lanka: Prospects of Travel for ‘Transformative Constitutionalism’

Refereed Journal articles
Dinesha Samararatne
15 (1) 2020 Asian Journal of Comparative Law 1
Publication year: 2020

Review of Bruce Ackerman, Revolutionary Constitutions: Charismatic Leadership and the Rule of Law, Belknap Press: Harvard University Press, 2019

Book review
Erika Arban, Eleonora Bottini, Dinesha Samararatne
83(5) The Modern Law Review 1108 - 1112
Publication year: 2020

Proposals for a New Bill of Rights in Sri Lanka: Narrow Debates, Unmarked Challenges

Refereed Journal articles
Dinesha Samararatne
108(6) (2019) The Roundtable: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 667
Publication year: 2019

Direct Public Participation in Constitution-Making

Technical reports
Dinesha Samararatne
Constitution Transformation Network of Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia (Policy Brief No 001/2019)
Publication year: 2019

Technical reports/ working papers
Publication year: 2019

Transitioning with Disability: Possibilities and Obstacles in Post-war contexts in Sri Lanka

Book Chapters
Dinesha Samararatne, Karen Soldatic
in Rita Shackel and Lucy Fiske (eds) Rethinking Transitional Gender Justice: Transformative approaches in post-conflict settings (Palgrave 2018) 315
Publication year: 2018

Proposals for a Bill of Rights for Post-war Sri Lanka

Technical reports/ working papers
Dinesha Samararatne
Key Issues in Sri Lanka's Constitutional Reform Process: The Executive Presidency, Devolution and Bill of Rights (Institute for Constitutional Studies, Colombo)
Publication year: 2018

Out of the Shadows: A Study of War-affected Women with Disabilities in Sri Lanka

Technical reports
Dinesha Samararatne, Karen Soldatic, Binendri Perera
Law & Society Trust, Sri Lanka with Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
Publication year: 2018

Judicial Borrowing and Creeping Influences: Indian Jurisprudence in Sri Lankan Public law

Refereed Journal articles
Dinesha Samararatne
Indian Law Review 2(3) (2018) 205
Publication year: 2018

Chapters and web documents
Publication year: 2017