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Rethinking Reconciliation and Cooperation with View to Reunification in Cyprus: Challenges for Citizens, Political and Social Actors
(2008)
  • Nicos Trimikliniotis
Abstract

Concept The conference aims to initiate a dialogue between the two communities on the concept as well as the potential for reconciliation and cooperation in Cyprus today: at a time when working groups and technical committees are engaged in a dialogue preparing the ground for the face to face meeting between the leaders of the two communities, academics, researchers, activists and concerned citizens cannot stand by and watch; they need to find ways to constructively engage in the debate over the future of Cyprus and contribute to building trust, communication and understanding between the two communities. The conference proposes to rethink the content, the prospects, the means and methods that need to be adapted to the specificities of Cyprus and to focus on three major dimensions of reconciliation which attempts to bring together the two communities: -Rethinking education for peace; -Rethinking the content, means and practices of reconciliation; -Rethinking the politics of reconciliation and reunification.

Publication Date
Summer June 20, 2008
Citation Information
Nicos Trimikliniotis. "Rethinking Reconciliation and Cooperation with View to Reunification in Cyprus: Challenges for Citizens, Political and Social Actors" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nicos_trimikliniotis/13/