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New measures against COVID-19 valid from 29/11/2021
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New measures against COVID-19 valid from 29/11/2021

In response to last weeks’ increase of COVID 19 incidents, the Minister of Health announced new measures to minimize the possibility of transmission of COVID-19 in areas of increased assemblage or social events: The decisions shall enter into force on 29 November 2021: A Safepass is mandatory for all persons aged six and above. Children...

Vacancy – Roving Psychologist
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Vacancy – Roving Psychologist

The Cyprus Refugee Council (CyRC) invites qualified psychologists to apply for a position under a project funded by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cyprus, to provide support to asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection all over Cyprus and conduct appropriate referrals to other related services.   Organizational Context...

QR code/Safepass needed from 22/11/2021 – Important Announcement
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QR code/Safepass needed from 22/11/2021 – Important Announcement

Starting on Monday the 22nd, SafePass checks in companies, services and stores are changing. Everyone needs to make an EU safepass, either printed or saved on the phone. With this arrangement, most citizens will have the opportunity to acquire the European Digital Certificate (EUDCC) – including a QR code – for SafePass purposes. Please go...

Vacancy Announcement – Social Advisor for Asylum Seekers – Pournara First Reception Center, Kokkinotrimithia
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Vacancy Announcement – Social Advisor for Asylum Seekers – Pournara First Reception Center, Kokkinotrimithia

The Cyprus Refugee Council is interested to hire a motivated individual to carry out the tasks of the Social Advisor focusing mainly on the Pournara First Reception Center in Kokkinotrimithia for the project Strengthening Asylum in Cyprus funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Country Office in Cyprus. Organizational Context The Cyprus...

Vacancy Announcement – Cultural Mediator/Interpreter (French)
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Vacancy Announcement – Cultural Mediator/Interpreter (French)

The Cyprus Refugee Council is interested to hire a motivated individual for the post of Cultural Mediator/Interpreter (French) for the project Strengthening Asylum in Cyprus funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Country Office in Cyprus. The Cultural Mediator/Interpreter (French)will carry out duties at the First Reception Center in Kokkinotrimithia (primarily) and CyRC office in Nicosia. Organizational Context...

MIND THE GAP Report: COALESCE for Support in Cyprus
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MIND THE GAP Report: COALESCE for Support in Cyprus

This report has been published within the framework of the COALESCE project. It provides an analysis of the needs for inclusion of migrant women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation/ abuse. The COALESCE project aims at providing support to female migrant victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in Europe through gender-specific psycho-social, legal and economic...

Can we achieve social change through Art? – the BeMyVoice Project
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Can we achieve social change through Art? – the BeMyVoice Project

In times when, in Cyprus as well as in the rest of the world, social distress is on the rise, a discussion workshop was conducted on the 31st of August, among artists and people involved civil society organizations about the key role that art plays and the limitations it has within society. The discussion was conducted within...

Vaccinations for persons not on GESY – August Update
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Vaccinations for persons not on GESY – August Update

Vaccinations of persons who are not registered or not beneficiaries of GESY will start from Friday, August 6th, and will be available every Friday from 8:00-14:00, at the following points:  City – Walk-In Vaccination Center:  Nicosia – State Exhibition D, E, F  Limassol – Spyros Kyprianou A, B, C.  Larnaca – Port D.  The above centers will replace the ones that operate today as walk in centers and will cover the needs of both people...