Cyprus and Its People: Nation, Identity, and Experience in an Unimaginable Community, 1955-1997

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taken. Also colleagues at the Program on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution (PICAR) of Harvard University, are engaged in devising some general criteria for evaluation and try the same questions in different cases using the interactive problem-solving workshop approach.
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In fact the UN Secretary-General in his 1993 and 1995 Reports makes ample mention of the importance of the contribution of the bi-communal citizens' meetings to the peace process and regretted the denial of permits for the Turkish Cypriots and the press attacks on the Greek Cypriots ( 1993). Also at a Nicosia meeting chaired by the chief of mission of the UN operations in Cyprus on bi-communal activities ( March 21, 1996) in which the ambassadors from Italy, Germany, Russia, the US, the EU, France, the UNDP coordinator and the UNHCR mission participated, all underlined in a press release "the great importance of bi-communal activities for promoting better understanding between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities and for facilitating an overall settlement." They voiced their concerns about the obstacles that are been placed in the way of bi-communal activities and emphasized that such activities should be able to take place in an unhindered manner and atmosphere. They were also unanimous on the view that bi-communal activities should be expanded in response to the interest of various groups and of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities at large. The Turkish leadership reacted negatively to such statements characterizing them as "interference in their internal affairs"!
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Other possibilities included the setting up of communication networks to open a bi-communal citizens' market of ideas forum (Voice of Peace Broadcasting Radio or TV station); creating a bi-communal journal and a newsletter informing of events and projects happening in each community; forming bi-communal women's committee to research and list the Cypriot women's social and political contributions to the island's development; organizing children's peace camps; joint economic ventures on merchandise produced in Cyprus with the proceeds going to a bi-communal fund; establish a CR network where people interested in CR and peace-building would have access.

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