Crossing the Cyprus Divide Armed with Pen and Paper

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This article concentrates on the presentation of conflict-related issues of the Cypriot society, through opinions of members of the two communities, gathered from questionnaires. Broader research deals with the use of animation as a tool for peace-building on the divided island. This portion serves to identify problems and provide solutions using animation in a local context. Following an introduction into the conflict in Cyprus, the article will explain the methodology, execution, and results of these questionnaires, providing readers with insight into Cypriot society.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPeace as a Global Language: Explorations of Peace in Practice
EditorsMichael Parrish, Ryan Richardson
PublisherPeace as a Global Language
ISBN (Print)978-1-983-00639-5
Publication statusPublished or Performed - 26 May 2018

Author keywords

  • peace, art, visual, animation, Cyprus, questionnaires