45 Minutes with Community Media

In September 2010 CCMC established a partnership with Radyo Mayis to broadcast a fortnightly radio show entitled "45 Minutes with Community Media". Beran Djemal, CCMC’s Community Media Coordinator for the Turkish Cypriot Community, invites guests from civil society organisations from across the island to discuss issues ranging from the environment, human rights, gender, youth, reconciliation, development, and education. Guests are offered the opportunity to talk about the work of their organisation, their aims and objectives, as well as their contribution to the peace process in Cyprus.

For more information please contact Beran Djemal on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

You can also listen to or download past editions of our fortnightly radio show on Radyo Mayis (Turkish language) here:

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4 July 2011

4 July 2011: A special edition programme about the Wonder Women artists’ residency that took place in Nicosia, and features guests Ozgul Ezgin and Maria Petrides.


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20 June 2011

20 June 2011: Featuring two leading media experts, Dr Bekir Azgin and Dr Mashoed Bailie, who talk about the key features of the media landscape island wide, and the importance of media collaboration for the future of the island.


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06 June 2011

06 June 2011: Featuring human rights lawyer Fatma Demirer from CCMC member the Turkish Cypriot Human Rights Foundation, who talks about the conditions that refugees face in Cyprus and the human rights violations they endure.


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23 May 2011

23 May 2011: Featuring George Andriotis and Despina Michaelides from CCMC member the NGO Support Centre (NGO-SC), who talk about the work of NGO-SC, and the upcoming Civil Society Fair organised by the ENGAGE project, to take place on 28 May 2011 on Ledra/Lokmacı street.


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