Who are Sri Lanka’s Christians?

Suicide bombers struck Sri Lanka's churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing and injuring hundreds of people. Seven percent of Sri Lanka's population is Christian – most of them Roman Catholics.

More

Analysis and Comment

More Analysis and Comment

Brexit

More

Indian Elections

More

Knife crime

More

World politics

More

Listen

Research and Expert Database

Events

More Events

How we are different

10 reasons

Most Read past week

  1. Nancy Pelosi on Brexit: why Irish-US diplomacy is a powerful force in border talks
  2. Brexit party: Nigel Farage’s threat to disrupt EU business is a waste of his energy
  3. Caster Semenya v IAAF: ruling will have big implications for women’s participation in sport
  4. Who are Sri Lanka’s Muslims?
  5. Sri Lanka attacks: government’s social media ban may hide the truth about what is happening

Pitch an idea

Got a news tip or article idea for The Conversation?

Tell us

Our Audience

The Conversation has a monthly audience of 10.7 million users, and reach of 38.2 million through Creative Commons republication.

Want to Write?

Write an article and join a growing community of more than 83,000 academics and researchers from 2,818 institutions.

Register now

Make a Donation

The Conversation relies on sector, government and reader support. If you would like to help us have even better conversations, then you may like to make a one-off or on-going donation.

Donate