Bi-lingual Book Launch: “Dünyalar Kadar’ /”Από τη γη μέχρι τα αστέρια”


Presentation of the first bilingual (Turkish and Greek) children’s book in Cyprus by Mehves Beyidoglu Onen and Marina Michaelidou-Kadi.

Join us at PEC, the Peace Education Centre on Thursday 2nd July at 6pm, for a presentation and reading of the newly launched book, “Dünyalar Kadar’ /”Από τη γη μέχρι τα αστέρια”, written by POST RI‘s Mehves Beyidoglu and Marina Michaelidou-Kadi.

Bring your little ones to enjoy this landmark bi-lingual book about a mother’s love. The reading will be followed by activities for children. Entrance is free and open to all. Small refreshments for children will be served.


About POST Research Institute

POST is a non-profit, non-political organization set up by a group of people to work for the cultural, social, and environmental betterment of Cyprus and established at 2002. Vision: To contribute towards achieving an alternative sustainable future, which comprises of an egalitarian Cypriot society, that recognizes the dignity of every living being. Mission: • On the basis of social equality/justice: o To contribute for creating an open dialogue on issues of peace education and reconciliation and working actively for the unification of the island. o To take action against gender discrimination based on one’s sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression for achieving positive social transformation. o To advance, sensitize and advocate for a multicultural and diverse society in which all differences are recognized, understood and accepted. • To excel as an Institute in the execution of research and participatory action. • To strengthen research capacity in Cyprus. • To strive for ecological sustainability through the prevention of environmental degradation and destruction.
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