Cyprus Bi-Communal Radio Program 'Talk of the Island': Opening Channels of Communication

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Formal Project Description
Contract Title Cyprus Bi-Communal Radio Program 'Talk of the Island': Opening Channels of Communication
Project Acronym my project's acronym
Donor United States Institute of Peace
HasNa Inc.
Lead Partner Future Worlds Center
Agreement n° USIP Grant Proposal 219-05F
Partners The Management Centre
HasNa Inc.
Countries of the action Cyprus, Island-wide
Cost of Action $129,000.00
Grant $40,000 (USIP)
$90,000 (HasNa Inc.)
Cost for FWC $20,000
Grant for FWC $20,000
Dates 01/05/2006 - 31/12/2006


Website http://www.talkoftheisland.org
About Project Talk of the Island
Overall objective(s)
  • Increase dialogue among civil society actors, youth, and local authorities in Israel and Palestine;
  • Increase capacity of CSOs in Israel and Palestine to promote Human Rights and Democratic Participation;
  • Enhance collaboration among civil society actors, youth, and local authorities across Israel and Palestine
Specific objective(s)
Through a comprehensive set of structured dialogue workshops, civil society trainings, as well as multi-communal public debates, round tables and conferences, this project aims to empower civil society actors, youth, and local authorities in Israel and Palestine to actively promote Human Rights and Democratization.
Expected Results
  • R1: Increased capacity of CSOs to promote and strengthen human rights and their implementation;
  • R2: Increased dialogue among civil society across conflict zones;
  • R3: Increased capacity of local CSOs to resolve conflict and enhance collaboration for common goals;
  • R4: Strengthened collaboration for the promotion of Human Rights across stakeholders and countries