The future of our country matters: social actors have their say.
Summary of project results
This project addresses a weakness of previous negotiations rounds for the solution of the Cyprus problem: the lack of mobilisation of social actors. Social actors are of strategic importance for the solution of the Cyprus problem, because their support to the process may generate wide acceptance and active participation. Social actors may also provide expertise, useful for the elaboration of essential provisions of the solution that are indispensable for the economic and social cohesion of the common future state and thus for the viability of the negotiated solution. The main objective of this bi-communal project is to encourage the democratic participation of social actors in the process by providing space to them to intervene collectively and in a structured manner in the course of the ongoing negotiations through a formation of network to be engaged in thematic discussions on economic and social cohesion leading to the adoption of thematic memoranda. The project is implemented by a partnership consisting of the Cyprus Labour Institute, PEO and DEV-IS.
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