It is an unusual and difficult situation to be young in a country that has been divided politically for more than 55 years, and physically for more than 45 years. Ever since the referendum regarding the “Annan Plan” and the contrasting voting behaviour of the Cypriot youth on both sides of the divide, the perception of the Cypriot youth moved to the centre of research interest. On the basis of the report by Cihan Dizdaroğlu, assistant professor at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University, Hubert Faustmann, director of the FES Office in Cyprus, Mete Hatay, Senior Research Consultant at the PRIO Cyprus Centre and the author having a lively exchange concerning this issue.
Lesung mit Markus Meckel
Einführung in die Geschichte des Wolfes in Brandenburg
Der Wolf in Sagenwelt, Literatur und Kunst
Geschichte der Wolfsjagd in Brandenburg
Der Wolf in Brandenburg heute
Eine kurze Geschichte der Wasserwege im Land Brandenburg
Die brandenburgischen Wasserwege in den letzten Jahrzehnten und ihre zukünftige Gefahr
Last year more than 13.000 migrants arrived on the divided island of Cyprus turning the Republic in the south into the EU member with the highest number of migrants and asylum seekers per head in the EU. This podcast discusses the reasons and consequences of this surge in numbers as well as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the situation of the refugees in Cyprus. Hubert Faustmann, the director of the FES Office in Cyprus talks about those issues with one of the leading experts, Nicos Trimikliniotis, Professor for Sociology and Law at the University of Nicosia and director of the Center for Fundamental Rights in Cyprus.
Hubert Faustmann, the director of the FES-office in Cyprus talks with four activists and academics about the situation of the LGTBI-movement on the divided island.