Υπογράφουμε το «Σύμφωνο Ειρήνης μεταξύ των Ανθρώπων της Κύπρου»

Ξεκινούμε σήμερα τούτη την εκστρατεία συλλογής υπογραφών. Υπογράφοντας το « όλες και όλοι εμείς που θέλουμε να ζήσουμε σε μία, επανενωμένη και ειρηνική Κύπρο, δεσμευόμαστε να μην συμμετέχουμε σε κανενός είδους σύγκρουση και να συνεχίσουμε τους αγώνες για να κτίσουμε την ομοσπονδία από τα κάτω. Αποτελεί μια πράξη συμβολική, αλλά ταυτόχρονα και μια ουσιαστική διακήρυξη της θέσης μας απέναντι στον διαχωρισμό του τόπου... Continue Reading

11/8/17: Anti-Militarist Peace Operation 2017

ΕΝ We are the solution - reunification! After many years and countless efforts, discussions and negotiations to resolve the Cyprus problem, we have seen very little. International negotiations and conflict resolution have proven to be ineffective and insufficient in bringing an end to the division of Cyprus. The latest failed attempt at Crans Montana has brought waves of disappointment... Continue Reading

Kaymakkin Fundraiser Party – July 21st

Another year of screenings, discussions, kitchens, yoga and other events at Social Space Kaymakkin has come to an end. We invite you to bring the square in front of the Municipal Market (Old Town Hall Square) to life, eating, drinking and dancing. All donations will be used to pay the rent for the months of July and August, during which the space will... Continue Reading

The United Cyprus Park is declared

We were born between barbed wires, raised on streets split in half by the military’s barrels; we are the children of divided cities, and we are erasing and will continue to erase the traces of nationalism, racism and fascism on both sides of the island. We cannot afford to wait for a comprehensive solution and we cannot trust the leaders. We, the same... Continue Reading

One Island, Six Armies: Fighting against militarisation in Cyprus

Political Critique & European Alternatives is publishing a Syspirosi Atakton review of militarisation. You can read it here. Cyprus is an enduring feature of the Global Militarisation Index’s Top 10. Six armies maintain permanent military presence on an island slightly larger than Puerto Rico, and many more use the island as their unsinkable aircraft carrier. But how did we get here? Continue Reading