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The Bi-communal Awards in Cyprus

The Stelios Bi-communal Awards have been in operation on the island of Cyprus since 2009.
The idea is to encourage  bi-communal cooperation between Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots in order to promote lasting peace on the island. Each team involving one Greek-Cypriot and one Turkish-Cypriot can win 10,000 euros per year. All forms of human cooperation are eligible to apply including business, arts, sport, ngo work and life! Past applicants and past winners are also welcome to re-apply. The awards are normally announced at a ceremony in Nicosia in October each year. 
 

For the 2017 awards details please click here.
 


The deadline for applying for the Stelios bi-communal Awards’ 2015 is on Tuesday the 15th September, apply online now!

The deadline for applying for the Stelios bi-communal Awards’ 2015 is on Tuesday the 15th September, apply online now!

10th Sptember 2015

The deadline for applications for the Stelios Bi-Communal Awards 2015 is on the 15th of September, which is organised for seven consecutive years by the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation. So far 34 applications have been received.

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Just one month to go to enter Bi-Communal awards!

Just one month to go to enter Bi-Communal awards!

12th August 2015

The clock is ticking to get applications in for this year's Cyprus Bi-Communal Awards awarded by the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation by the 15 September deadline. Thirty winners stand to win €10,000 each for the best new business ventures drawn up by entrepreneurial teams drawn from both island communities. 

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United Nations points way forward at Bi-Communal cafe

United Nations points way forward at Bi-Communal cafe

17th June 2015

UN special envoy to Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide last night urged islanders from both communities to seize the initiative and reach for a lasting peace. He was speaking at a special event at Nicosia's Bi-Communal café recently opened by easyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou's philanthropic foundation.

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Espen Barth Eide to openly speaks at the Bi-communal Café on the 16th June

Espen Barth Eide to openly speaks at the Bi-communal Café on the 16th June

15th June 2015

Espen Barth Eide, The Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus will be speaking at an open event held at the Bi-communal Café in Old Nicosia on the 16th June 2015 from 6pm.

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Stelios Foundation's Bi-communal cafe: Now open for business - every Tuesday 6-7:30pm

Stelios Foundation's Bi-communal cafe: Now open for business

10th March 2015

Over 30 budding Cyprus entrepreneurs were yesterday welcomed to the opening of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation's Bi-communal café in Nicosia at the corner of Paleas Ilektrikis & Eptanisou. Aimed at people from the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities, the café will be used to exchange ideas and plans with a view to forming new partnerships leading to a lasting peace on the island.

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Stelios bi-communal business award brings Turkish and Greek Cypriots together

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14th October 2014

easyjet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou today awarded ten cash prizes of €10,000 to Cypriot entrepreneurs helping to build the island's bi-communal relations. A well attended ceremony (including President Nicos Anastasiades) saw company teams drawn from the Greek and Turkish communities receive cash in the form of giant cheques from Sir Stelios' philanthropic foundation, which can be used to help develop their businesses.

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Record number of applicants for the Bi-communal Business Awards

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1st October 2014

The application deadline for the Stelios Bi-Communal Business Awards 2014 has now passed and the foundation is please to report a record number of applications received this year.

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The Stelios Award for Business Co-operation in Cyprus 2014

Stelios launches 2014 Cyprus Business Co-operation Award

21st August 2014

The Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, headed by easyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, today announced the opening of the 6th competition for the Bicommunal Cooperation Enterprise Awards 2014 (Stelios Award for Business Co-operation in Cyprus).

The event, which has become an institution on the island, promotes and develops business cooperation between Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot entrepreneurs on the island.

To view this article in Greek text, please click HERE

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Sir Stelios reveals bi-communal partnership winners of Cyprus competition

Bi-communal business partnerships given Stelios Award

10th September 2013

Ten bi-communal business partnerships were awarded the Stelios Award for Business Cooperation in Cyprus - at a ceremony at the Chateau Status in Nicosia's buffer zone on September 10.

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Deadline Extended until August 31, 2013 for the Stelios Award for Business Cooperation in Cyprus!

Deadline Extended until August 30

21st August 2013

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has announced the extension of the deadline for application for the Stelios Award for Business Cooperation in Cyprus. Bi-communal teams now have 10 more days - until August 31 - to refine and submit their applications.

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Cyprus Award criteria for application

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A TOTAL GIVING OF €2.75M SINCE 2009
TO PROMOTE LASTING PEACE ON THE ISLAND
THE CYPRUS BI-COMMUNAL AWARDS
NOW BIGGER THAN EVER AT €750,000 FOR THIS YEAR
GOING TO 75 TEAMS (€10,000 EACH)


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Stelios honours one million euro promise for peace in Cyprus

Cyprus Awards 2012

15th October 2012

Cypriot entrepreneurs from both sides of the island were out in force today (15 October) to see the fulfilment of a promise to give €1 million to select partnerships from the island's two business communities. Over the last four years each of 20 joint ventures comprising one Greek Cypriot and one Turkish Cypriot entrepreneur have received €50,000 each in cash – a total of €1 million pledged to peace on the island.

At a packed prize ceremony held at lunchtime at Limassol's Stelios House (a listed neoclassical building belonging to Stelios mother's family), finalists in the Stelios Award for Business Co-operation in Cyprus and other VIP guests witnessed the handing over of cheques worth €250,000 to this year's winners. Sponsored by the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, the education-to-entrepreneurship charity headed by easyGroup founder, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the awards have become a major landmark in the Cyprus business calendar with a total of €1 million awarded as prize money since 2009.

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