From dead zones to living spaces?

Home for Cooperation, a bi-communal space in Nicosia's Buffer Zone

The following is an event carried out at the H4c by Into No mans land:


No-man’s lands are commonly associated with destruction, danger, walls and barbed wire. Can they also be sites of reconciliation and peace-building?

As part of the expedition, we will be carrying out a workshop inviting Cypriot teenagers from both communities to present their own vision for the future of the Buffer Zone dividing the island. We’ve partnered with leading non-governmental organisations, including the Cyprus Friendship Program and the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research to put together an exciting program of activities focusing on practical engagement with the Buffer Zone, its past, present and future.

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