As a knowledge and fact-based dialogue, the Cyprus Dialogue Forum aims to create opportunities for joint knowledge creation, enabling participating organisations to more accurately interpret each other's reality and more concretely explore and generate options for resolving conflicts.
Within the Forum, shared knowledge creation is the shifting from “I know” to “we know”. It aims to address the challenges that stem from lack of information, misinformation, distorted information and access to and disparity of essential data that can be found in all conflicts. The shared knowledge resources developed, are the result of knowledge needs and gaps that have arisen through the Forum dialogues. By integrating such knowledge into the dialogue, stakeholders develop deeper and informed understanding, awareness and appreciation of their different and shared realities and are able to explore, discover and create common understandings amongst them.
Within this context, the Resource Guides are digital libraries that provide access to such shared knowledge resources on the thematic areas of the Forum. They constitute platforms for ongoing knowledge sharing among economic, pollical and social actors across the two communities in Cyprus. All the guides below form part of the Shared Knowledge Resources of the Cyprus Dialogue Forum.
The Political Guide aims to provide a comprehensive source of knowledge on issues that pertain to the official negotiations in Cyprus. It is designed with the aim to support parties in dialogue at all levels. It is structured around the six (6) main chapters of the formal negotiations and designed to provide an overview of the main issues under each chapter through a historical mapping of previous negotiation phases as well as inform on developments in the latest phase of negotiations.
This guide has been developed to support the dialogue of the Political Task Group.
Labour Market Guide
The Labour Market Guide aims to provide a comprehensive source of knowledge on issues pertaining to the economic and social dimensions of the labour market on the island. It is structured in a way to support stakeholders in their dialogue, seeking to address the knowledge gaps and serving as a tool to support them in identifying and exploring challenges, and developing options towards a single labour market.
This guide has been developed to support the dialogue of the Labour Market Task Group.Coming Soon...
The Education Guide aims to provide a comprehensive source of knowledge on issues pertaining to the education landscape on the island. It is structured in a way to support stakeholders in their dialogue.
This guide has been developed to support the dialogue of the Education Task Group.Coming Soon...