The UN in Cyprus and the British Council are pleased to offer for the third consecutive year the UN Youth Champions for Environment and Peace programme that will focus on environmental
On Tuesday 19 July, Fay Woolley, UNFICYP’s Chief of the Civil Affairs Section joined the second edition of the event series “Youth in conversation with…” at the intercommunal room in Ledra Palace, in the buffer zone.
Eleni Antoniou is a mother of three boys, a writer, a blogger, and a podcaster. She is vocal on issues of feminism and violence against women and the challenges that mothers face including raising children.
Meet OP, a Rottweiler sadly abandoned by his owner in the UN buffer zone. The mistreated dog was left to fend for himself in the grounds of an abandoned factory in Derynia, on the eastern side of the island.
Ayse Biyikoglu is a very active young Cypriot who finds time on her tight schedule as a PhD student in Psychology to promote the participation of women and young people in different social arenas.
All in Cyprus is a new intercommunal advocacy group established during the Young Leaders in Action initiative, which provided a space for young Cypriots from both communities of the island to brainstorm different ideas