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.
|Title of host publication||Peace as a Global Language: Explorations of Peace in Practice|
|Editors||Michael Parrish, Ryan Richardson|
|Publisher||Peace as a Global Language|
|Publication status||Published or Performed - 26 May 2018|
- peace, art, visual, animation, Cyprus, questionnaires