About CCMC

This blog is brought to you by the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), which opened in Nicosia, Cyprus in December 2009. CCMC has over 25 members, which are non-governmental organisations and civil society associations working on issues such as women, youth, education, human rights, reconciliation, gender, health and more. To become a member of CCMC and benefit from our free training, access to our equipment, and meeting space, and to become part of a growing community media network in Cyprus, please get in touch.

Visit our website for more information: www.cypruscommunitymedia.org

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4 thoughts on “About CCMC

  1. Attn: Media Spokesperson,

    My name is Rachel Pollock and I am a correspondent with MediaGlobal News Service based in the United Nations. We write exclusively on development issues and would like to request a quote on the subject of continuing humanitarian
    efforts in Cyprus, in light of the recent UN Cyprus talks and the arrival of Ban Ki-moon. I was wondering if you could take some time to answer the following questions:

    How will the recent Cyprus talks impact the humanitarian efforts on the communities of Cyprus?

    What kinds of problems still pose very serious threats?

    What are some predictions of future humanitarian efforts in Cyprus?

    I am working on a deadline and would really appreciate a response by Wednesday Feb. 3rd at 5pm.

    Thank you so much for your time.

    Sincerely,

    Rachel Pollock
    MediaGlobal Correspondent
    United Nations Room 301
    United Nations Secretariat
    New York, NY 10017

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