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UNDP: Trust between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots increases

UNDP: Trust between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots increases

Surveys indicate that 53 per cent of Greek Cypriots and 29 per cent of Turkish Cypriots trust one another, compared with 19 per cent and 4 per cent respectively in 2006, a press release by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) says. UNDP noted that it has ended a ten-year, multi-million dollar initiative that has bridged

Five sites in North to be conserved under @UNDP_PFF projects

The United Nations Development Programme  (UNDP) has recently signed two new contracts for the preparation of designs for future emergency measures/heritage conservation projects in the north under the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, a UNDP announcement said. With funding from the EU, new designs are being prepared for the Archangelos Michael Church in Lefkonoiko village

How did #SouthAfrica inspire the Cyprus peace process

At the time of Nelson Mandela’s death in December 2013, I couldn’t have imagined that I’d one day have the opportunity to accompany the two chief Cyprus peace negotiators to meet the key people who helped the great man in leading the struggle to dismantle apartheid. At a time when hope in the peace process

Restoration works on Hamam & mosque in Paphos region completed @UNDP_PFF

The completion ceremonies for the restoration of the Paphos Haman and the Tserkezoi/Ҫerkez Mosque in Limassol took place on Wednesday with the participation of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot heads of the Joint Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage. The two projects were completed with the cooperation of the United Nations Development Programme Partnership for

BuildPeace2015 will take place in Nicosia

http://howtobuildpeace.org/blog/jenwelch1/ “The next Build Peace conference will take place on April 25 & 26, 2015 in Nicosia, Cyprus and already counts with the support of the UNDP Cyprus office. Where Build Peace 2014 aimed to demonstrate the potential of using technology for peacebuilding in terms of ‘breadth’ of initiatives and ideas, Build Peace 2015 will