Meridian Gaming CY’s scholarships at the University of Nicosia promote academic excellence, equality, and opportunity. The scholarships not only provide financial aid but also affirm the potential of students like Andreas Georgiou and George Avraam, inspiring them to achieve their full potential and make a meaningful contribution to society.
Patrick Gborie, a refugee from Liberia, defied the odds and graduated with an MBA in Cyprus, cementing his journey from an asylum seeker to a successful graduate. Through his unwavering determination and the support of the Solidarity Network, Patrick’s story exemplifies the triumph of hope, resilience, and the transformative impact of education and community support.
Turkish Cypriot teachers protested against legal charges targeting 22 colleagues accused after a demonstration, standing up for their beliefs and resisting efforts to undermine education and freedom. The teachers formed a protective circle around the court in northern Nicosia, showing solidarity and vowing to continue their fight for their rights and the integrity of education.
Serdar Denktash, son of Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash, criticized the current administration in Northern Cyprus for lacking strategic plans and ignoring public discontent. He emphasized the economic struggles of Turkish Cypriots, the importance of education for the economy, and called for serious legal responses to the Isias hotel tragedy.
Cyprus is taking proactive measures to combat the rising trend of cancer through comprehensive action plans focused on prevention and education. Initiatives include developing health policies, implementing populationbased screening programs, and investing in accessible healthcare infrastructure for cancer screenings.