Amaliya Foundation presents 'Public Opinion', a practical analysis. This event, hosted by Mr. Bradman Weerakoon, takes place on Friday, 11th October 2013 from 4pm to 5pm at the Amaliya Foundation on No. 18 Duplication Road, Colombo 5.
"To what extent does “public opinion” actually reflect the general public’s point of view? What role does the media play in its formation? How can we identify the facts from the fiction? Mr. Bradman Weerakoon draws on his wealth of experience to shed light on this fascinating subject.
Mr. Bradman Weerakoon is an elder statesman in Sri Lanka and one of the oldest living civil servants in the country. During over half a century of public service,Mr Bradman Weerakoon served nine Sri Lankan heads of state. He really needs no introduction, having done Sri Lanka proud on many occasions in his many capacities and served the nation to the fullest of his ability in public service."
To reserve a seat please call Shiroma Jayawickrama, Executive Director of Amaliya Foundation on 0777 896009. Only 15 seats available.
This program is designed to suit the age group: 18 - 24