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

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

“Here we go again!” We participate in the Pride protest on 13/5

For us, pride marches are marches commemorating the Stonewall uprisings, as well as all the struggles and assertions for the liberation of our desires, genders and sexualities. Liberation from oppressive normative systems, from patriarchy and capitalism which violently dominate and commodify our lives, putting them intο boxes for the sole purpose of profiting from pink money. It is a way to collectively claim public... Continue Reading

[Event] Beyond Gay: The politics of pride

We invite everyone to join our screening of the documentary “Beyond Gay: the Politics of Pride” on the 9th of May at Social Space Kaymakκιν, in Kaymakli, at 19:00. Following the screening, there will be presentations from members of antifa λευkoşa, Dayanışma, Queer Cyprus and Syspirosi Atakton on LGBTQI+ activism and pride experiences in Cyprus, continued with open discussion. The documentary follows... Continue Reading

Yes, It Was Rape — Protest at noon outside the Supreme Court on 18/07/2016

In the 14th of July, after two appeals regarding the rape of a 50 year old woman, the judges decided that the punish­ment given by a lower court was too severe for the perpe­trators' action, and reduced their sentences. Through creative additions and subtractions they con­cluded that rape can be measured with ac­counting tricks and the sentences can vary based on the origin of... Continue Reading