Building a Multi-Ethnic and Multi-National Cyprus to promote European Values and Regional and International Peace

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The project is applying a series of SDDPs and development of Booklets to promote promote awareness and increase the sensitivity of the Cypriot Society on how a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural Cyprus serves European values and promotes regional and international peace.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title Building a Multi-Ethnic and Multi-National Cyprus to promote European Values and Regional and International Peace
Lead Partner CNTI
Agreement n° 47351_07_006
Partners CNTI
Cost of Action €84,000.66
Grant ...
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Website //www.multiculturalcyprus.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7&Itemid=8&lang=en
About Project Multicultural Cyprus
Overall objective(s)
The main objective is to promote awareness and increase the sensitivity of the Cypriot Society on how a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural Cyprus serves European values and promotes regional and international peace.
Specific objective(s)

Activities

To meet the main objective, the project will engage students, teachers and parents in workshops and activities to create a vision map for a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic Cyprus, as well as visualize and implement specific activities, which contribute towards materializing the vision for a multi-cultural society. Through a number of additional actions, such as Panel Discussions, a Conference and Information Events it targets the Cypriot society, at large. To meet the objectives of the project, the applicants intend to employ two different types of activities: (1) Panel discussions and (2) Interactive structured democratic dialogue workshops.


Target Groups

Target Groups

  • Students of different ages;
  • Parents
  • Teachers.