Donors & Partners

Financial & technical support to the Cyprus Dialogue Forum is provided by international actors and partners. All international actors and partners that support the Cyprus Dialogue Forum respect the values and principles of the Forum and uphold the autonomy and independence of the Forum and its members.

2019-2021


Support provided through the financial assistance by the European Union under the project title 'Shared spaces for dialogue & engagement'.

Partner & Contracting Authority for European Union financial assistance under the project title 'Shared spaces for dialogue & engagement'.

2015-2018


Support provided through financial assistance by the US State Department in the project titled 'Support to the Cyprus Dialogue Forum in support of the Cyprus Peace Process'.

Partner & Contracting Authority for US State Department financial assistance under the project titled 'Support to the Cyprus Dialogue Forum in support of the Cyprus Peace Process'.

2014-2015


Support provided through financial assistance by USAID & implemented by UNDP-ACT

Long-Term Partners


Administrative Partners

Administrative partners are local organisations which have been assigned to provide administrative support for the functions of the Secretariat. The Secretariat operates under two administrative partners who make possible the Secretariat’s every day functions and have the fiduciary responsibility of grants the Secretariat manages to support the Forum. However, under their capacity as Administrative partners these organisations do not have any decision-making authority on the substantive work of the Forum. They commit to respect and uphold the independence of the Forum, its stakeholders and its Secretariat. On the substantive work of the CDF, the Secretariat is accountable to the CDF stakeholders. As agreed in 2015 in a Framework of Common Understanding, the administrative partners until otherwise decided by the Forum are the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research and the Humanitarian Relief Mission.

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