As part of the Young Leaders in Action initiative, a group of six young Cypriots from both communities in Cyprus came up with “Green Mahalla”, a project to tackle environmental degradation and increase communication
To mark international women’s day, the Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR) and the Turkish Cypriot University Women Association, organized a women’s walk and talk with Cypriot women from across the island on 12 March.
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean and lies on one of the main bird migration routes across the area. In the United Nations buffer zone alone, there are around 200 bird species out of the over 400 known to exist on the island.
This weekend, UNFICYP, together with the British High Commission and the British Council, kick started the ‘Young Leaders in Action’ initiative, which is bringing together 35 enthusiastic and committed young men and women from all communities and parts of Cyprus to dis
Aimen Nabhani, is a 26-year-old young activist from Yemen who has been living in Cyprus for the past seven years. Cyprus, as he likes to describe, is his second home, as he feels like he strongly belongs to the Cypriot community.