Walks for Peace on 7 May 2011

On the occasion of the inauguration of Home for Cooperation, CCMC member POST Research Institute is inviting you to a walk to experience the multiculturalism of the fascinating city of Nicosia. The Walk for Peace is taking place on Saturday 7 May 2011, meeting at the Ledra Street and Lokmaci checkpoints at 10:30am.  Bi-communal groups will have the opportunity to experience the history and multiculturalism of Cyprus’ capital city and it will be a chance for all communities in Cyprus to meet each other and explore the history and culture of Nicosia in a multicultural atmosphere. You can choose between the “full day experience walk” with a chance to enjoy some of the festivities at the Home for Cooperation during the lunch stop (approx. 5 hours) or a “short” walk.
The walks will finish in front of the “Home of Cooperation”, opposite Ledra Palace (UN Buffer Zone, Nicosia), where you will have the opportunity to participate in various activities organised by several NGOs in celebration of the inauguration of the Home for Cooperation.
Make sure you have your identity cards or passports. Do not forget your cameras!
Places are limited so please ensure you register by Thursday 5 May at 18:00 by contacting:
Mehveş Beyidoğlu, (POST Research Institute) +90 542 873 91 55
or  Loizos Loukaides, (G/ c and T/c Teachers’ Platform “United Cyprus”) +357 99578067,
 
Please select your option:
□ Long Tour
10:30 meeting at Ledra Street or Lokmaci
11:00 Parallel tours organised in the North of Cyprus.
13:00 Lunch stop and a chance to enjoy the festivities at the Home for Cooperation inauguration before starting the second part of the tour.
14:00 Tour to be continued in the South of Cyprus
16:00 End of the tour at Ledra Palace buffer zone, in front of the Home for Cooperation
□Short Tour
10:30 meeting at Ledra Street or Lokmaci
11:00 Parallel tours organised in the North or South of Cyprus.
13:00 End of the tour at Ledra Palace buffer zone, in front of the Home for Cooperation.

Supporters:
Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Teachers’ Platform “United Cyprus”
KTOS (Turkish Cypriot Teachers’ Trade Union)
KTOEOS (Turkish Cypriot Secondary Education Teachers’ Trade Union)
Proodeftiki Primary School Teachers’ Movement
Proodeftiki High School Teachers’ Movement

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One thought on “Walks for Peace on 7 May 2011

  1. panayiota kyriacoulli says:

    Not able to attend this time, please inform me for events to follow.

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