It is almost a year since the Sri Lankan authorities arrested a Tamil mother, Balendran Jeyakumari, and her teenage daughter. She is held without charge and her daughter is in care. The new Siresena government has made no moves to release her.
Mrs Jeyakumari had been campaigning to find out what had happened to her son, Mahindan, who disappeared after being taken prisoner by the Sri Lankan authorities at the end of the war in 2009, accused of membership of the Tamil Tigers.
Mrs Jeyakumari and her daughter were well known activists who had been among the crowds which mobbed British PM David Cameron when he visited the former war zone in Jaffna in November last year.
Before her arrest, she sent this video message to No Fire Zone - which was made public after her arrest.
See also an article written at the time for Channel 4 news by No Fire Zone director Callum Macrae:
You can also read an article by Callum Macrae on this issue published in the Huffington Post and an article published by the Tamil Guardian
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