Migration in Cyprus: The stories behind the people
MiHub has published the first edition of a new innovative online magazine that gives a voice and a space for expression to migrants residing in Cyprus.
It wishes to uplift and showcases the experiences and views of beneficiaries of international protection in Cyprus as well as Third Country Nationals living in the island, in an effort to hear them, learn about their culture, “taste” their food, and help them integrate into local communities.
The MiHUB e-magazine is hosted on the project’s website and aspires to be a forum for exchange of views, both for the project beneficiaries themselves and for the host country and society. It can be found via the following link: https://mihub-journal.eu/ . Migrants, students, academics and/or other professionals are invited and encouraged to submit their articles and opinion pieces. For more information contact: email@example.com
The Project “Migrant Information Center (MIC)” (CY/2020/AMIF/S02.N02.1.3/4), Immigrant Service Centers (MiHUB) is implement by the University of Nicosia, in collaboration with the research centre CARDET and the Cyprus University of Technology. The Project is co-financed by the Asylum, Immigration and Integration Fund and the Republic of Cyprus and is implemented for the period 15 December 2020 – 14 June 2022.
In the first nine months of operation of the MIC more than 5,000 people throughout Cyprus have received services and more than 150 people have been hosted in the temporary accommodation shelter. Within the framework of the operation of the Project, counseling and psychological support services are provided to adults and children, professional guidance, facilitation of completing applications, Greek and English courses and participation of the served population in social and recreational activities organized in the local Centers.
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