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[#bizemeis] Erato K. Marcoullis about the latest developments on the negotiations process

[#bizemeis] Erato K. Marcoullis about the latest developments on the negotiations process

  Former minister of foreign affairs Erato Kozakou Marcoullis interview at biz/emeis program about the latest developments on the negotiations process.  

Reconciling with cultural heritage

Reconciliation and dialogue are critical tools for fostering peaceful and inclusive societies that reinforce shared human values and a sense of common humanity. To achieve this and to start building a relationship based on mutual trust, we must promote tolerance and respect for diversity and the identity and cultural heritage of others. Based on the

Culture and peace-building

Culture can play an important role in the promotion of peace and in building trust and mutual understanding in conflict and post-conflict situations. It has been proven over time, in South Africa, Northern Ireland, Cambodia, Rwanda and other conflict situations, that culture-related activities can work as an active catalyst in bringing together communities that have

Turkey’s post-election instability and Cyprus By @eratokm1

By Dr Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis Since last Sunday’s Parliamentary elections, Turkey has entered a period of political uncertainty and possible instability, which may last for several weeks, with likely aftershocks affecting the economy of the country. Though the elections were not presidential, the greatest casualty of the Parliamentary elections was, no doubt, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Women for peace

UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security, called for the increased participation of women in peace processes and in all peace building related activities. Towards the implementation of this resolution, the UN Secretary General called upon all member states to develop National Action Plans, outlining specific lines of national activity. Cyprus

Right-wing supporters in T/c & G/c communities,as well as G/c women & youth less inclined to a compromise in Cyprus

Right-wing supporters in the Turkish Cypriot and the Greek Cypriot communities, as well as Greek Cypriot women and young people are particularly resistant to a political compromise in Cyprus, according to the findings of the Social Cohesion and Reconciliation (SCORE) index, a study presented on Thursday at the Home for Cooperation, in Nicosia. The 2014

“Return of Varosha” by @eratokm1

Kudret Özersay (former Turkish Cypriot negotiator) has recently replayed an old proposal for opening up the fenced area of Varosha under so-called Turkish Cypriot administration. Since such a proposal runs counter to relevant UNSC resolutions, the status quo of Varosha needs to be reminded. The return of Famagusta remains a “red line” for the Greek