Time to get real

Get RealACMORA, The Active Citizens Programme at University of Moratuwa by now has trained hundreds of students through its training course module (Responsible Citizenship / Facilitation) delivered in three faculties. Many of them have become real Active Citizens by implementing social projects that brought positive changes to many lives. This invitation is for all who are yet to bring in real life projects. We are open to your ideas. Talk to your facilitator.

Hello world!

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ACMORA website launched.

The new website of the Active Citizen Programme of University of Moratuwa was launched today with a catchy brand name ACMORA.ORG.

The new website will include details on the programme at the university, Social Action Projects implemented by Moratuwa Active Citizens community, and regular news and updates of ACMORA activities.

Outdbound Workshop for IT students

WorkshopFaculty of Information Technology conducted an outbound workshop for its students on 18th October 2016. Thanuja Sandanayake, AC Facilitator of faculty of IT, arranged this workshop with support from the British Council Sri Lanka. AC Facilitators Anoka Abeyrathne, Chaminda Jayasekara, Jeyaraajh Priyankhaa, Thilina Jothi and Thushara Gunasekara joined Thanuja in conducting this workshop. Continue reading “Outdbound Workshop for IT students”

First Outbound Workshop

Come Join UsThe first outbound workshop for the Active Citizen module “Facilitation” was held on Monday the 24th August at the Sarvodaya Institute of Higher Learning, Bandaragama. 47 students and four staff members (facilitators) joined four facilitators – Achini, Anoka, Isuru and Joanne for the sessions. Thushara from British Council Sri Lanka organized and coordinated the event. The workshop was sponsored by the British Council. Continue reading “First Outbound Workshop”

First day of the new programme

We commenced Active Citizen Module (named “Responsible Citizenship”) at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa. First day was an introduction seminar for those who were willing to take the elective. We thought this to be necessary because students were not much aware of what it was. Unfortunately Udeni could not be there; but he will lead the rest of the programme.

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