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Minorities struggle with identity and discrimination in divided Cyprus 

By Farah MihlarFoziye Tayim Ataya, is a Palestinian living in Cyprus. In 1948, her parents came to the country when war broke out in Israel. They never returned. She is now part of a 5 -6,000 small Palestinian community, mostly asylum seekers from Iraq and Gaza, living in southern Cyprus. Having lived her entire life in Cyprus, Foziye now works closely with recent Palestinian...

EU: We report back - Cypriot development practitioner talks about their challenges prior to the Presidency 

This is a recording from the ‘Challenges of Development Cooperation in EU New Member States’ Conference, held in Budapest in September 2011. In this recording:Konstantina-Nadia Karayianni, President, Cyprus Islandwide NGO Development Platform (CYINDEP) talks about the challenges they face during the preparation to the Presidency period and the importance of the government being accountable.About the conference:On the occasion of two New EU Member States holding the...

EU: We report back – Journalists say media in the New Member States are inward-looking 

Do you know why editors are less responsive to news items about the global South? Do you want to learn how to frame a story to draw the attention of media outlets? Listen to four journalists from the New Member States talking about the role of the media in raising awareness on development issues. Anita Kőműves, Népszabadság, Hungary, Wojciech Cegielski, Polish Radio News Agency...



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