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[Event] United We March! For Peace and Reunification!

[Event] United We March! For Peace and Reunification!

The negotiation process needs our support! We call upon our leaders to maximize their efforts to implement their common declared vision for peace and reunification! We call upon the broader masses of Greek and Turkish Cypriots to unite in action to push forward for Solution and Reunification. Securing Peace for the future generations is far

In front of the solution of Cyprus problem, young people make a difference

(Ακολουθεί κείμενο στα Ελληνικά) Avrupa Parlamentosu Kıbrıs Ofisi, UCLan Cyprus ışbirliği ile gerçekleştireceği açık oturuma sizleri de bekliyor: “Birleşmiş bir Kıbrıs’a gençlerin bakış açısı.” UCLan Cyprus Üniversitesi, Oditoryum 23 Kasım 2015, 19:00 Konuşmacılar: Nikos Tornaritis DISI Milletvelkilli Tufan Erhurman Cumhuriyetçi Türk Partisi (CTP) Genel Sekreteri Stefanos Stefanou AKEL Siyasi Büro Üyesi Ahmet Sözen Uluslararası İlişkiler

[Event] Covering Cyprus Conflict – A debate on mass media

You are invited at the debate session, titled “Covering the Cyprus Conflict”, which runs parallel to the photo exhibition “Iconoclastic Controversies: A visual sociology of statues and commemoration sites in the southern part of Cyprus” ( see event page for the exhibition and series of events organizers: https://www.facebook.com/events/186776261657487/ ). This debate is co-organized by the

Videos from the symposium “No Future Without Forgiveness”

The symposium ‘No future without forgiveness’ starting Cyprus Peace Day activities focused on the need of forgiveness and reconciliation aiming to create bridges between communities and generations in Cyprus. At the symposium  a presentation by Mr John McKinney sharing the Northern Ireland experience, was followed by Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots sharing common stories of

[Event] The European Far Right: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

​ Time: 05 November 2015 14:30-20:00 Place: Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus The conference attempts to shed light on the organizational nature, ideologies and electoral fortunes of far-right parties in contemporary Europe, especially during the post-2008 economic crisis, but also before. It also aims at discussing the variety of new challenges that far-right extremism and

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