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[Event] ‘Our wall’ ‘, a documentary

‘Our wall’, a documentary created by Panikos Chrysanthou and Nıyazı Kızılyurek, two people belonging to the two supposedly opposed nationalities in Cyprus, gathers historical footage as well as peoples testimonies in order to tell the story of the recent history of Cyprus through the experiences of the people of Cyprus. Greek- cypriots and Turkish- cypriots,

[Event] Cyprus Talks 2015

a Conversation with Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Cyprus, ◆ Espen Barth Eide ◆ A Q&A session will follow. Please join us. Wine will graciously be offered by the ◆ Association of Former International Civil Servants-Cyprus (AFICS) ◆ For more information’s about the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/817683624975623/  

Othello Tower/Citadel reopens

On the occasion of the reopening to the public of the Othello Tower/Citadel in Famagusta, the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, the European Commission and the United Nations Development Programme have the pleasure of inviting you to the theatre performance of “Othello” by William Shakespeare. DATE: Friday 03 and Saturday 04 July 2015 TIME: 9:00PM

“Cyprus problem- Economy – Growth. Cost and Benefit”

Second event of  action group “Cyprus Today“: The theme this week is “Cyprus Problem– Economy – Growth Cost and Benefit.” Speakers: Alexander Apostolides, a member of the National Economic Council Marios Mavridis, DISY MP.They discuss: Sofronis Clerides, Associate Professor of Economics Dimitris Georgiadis, Head of the Fiscal Council Savvia Orphanides,  Economist Harry Prountzos, Llawyer Moderator:

“How to get to win win and a wise agreement”

  Lecture “How to get to WIn-Win and a Wise Agreement: Ideas for a Negotiated Settlement of the Cyprus Problem”, by Costas Apostolides, Visiting professor of the JoinDegree Programme oof the University of Malta and George Mason University. Introductions from: – Mehmet Ali Talat – Alecos Markides. Coordination: Natasha Apostolidou, Peace Activist To be held

Remembering the victims of our violent past – Working for Peace

We will come together Greek and Turkish Cypriots to express our resolve to support the renewed negotiation process all the way and create the prospects for a bright peaceful future for the island. Working for reconciliation we cannot but take a moment to remember the innocent victims on all sides, of more than 50 years

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