The police issued arrest warrants against four high school students from Nicosia for the violent incidents against Turkish Cypriots. The incident took place on Monday during the student demonstration against the proclamation of the pseudo-state in the occupied north. A group of students at three different locations threw stones and firecrackers against cars carrying Turkish […]
Yesterday the plan for Cyprus’s Digital Strategy has been approved by the Cabinet. The plan covers 3 years starting with 2015 and its part of the wider plan to restructure the economy and create new jobs. 75% of the implementation costs will come from EU funds. The objectives of the plan include: Modernisation of the […]
Greek language is now being taught as a compulsory subject in elementary level schools of the occupied northern part of Cyprus. Moreover the Higher Education Council of the Turkish Cypriot community abolished the morning oath in primary schools. The oath contains strong nationalistic content and provokes pride for the student Turkish origins. According to the […]
TED is a non-profit international organisation promoting ideas worth inspiring. As part of TED, TEDxNicosia took place on 30th November in Nicosia as an independently organised event with the topic ‘DREAM RISK CARE LIVE!’. This was the first time a TED related event was organised on our island.
Turkish Cypriot students will be allowed entry to Turkish Universities with the exception of students who studied in the Republic of Cyprus.
A recent European study has shown that our free education system is just an illusion.
Cyprus expenditure on research along with countries such as Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Malta is ranking at the lowest levels compared to the rest of Europe.