The manifestation of a pre-existing strategy using archaeology and historic preservation as guises for political or religious agendas has been observed by the UN Special Rapporteurs visiting Sri Lanka in recent years. Todays international law has not provided universal human right to land. However, SL States violations of the land rights of marginalised communities could be addressed under the normative framework of international law, said Dr Navanetham Pillay. She mentioned the violation of the Right of Self-Determination. Pillay appeared as a keynote speaker at a conference titled Loss of the Tamil Homeland, which was convened by Justice C.V. Wigneswaran on Saturday. She was confronting TamilNets questions over her failure to call for investigations on Tamil genocide, which includes examining the pre-existing strategy for all the crimes committed against Tamils in the past.