The first annual Cyprus Forum London will be held this year on the 15th of May at the Cyprus High Commissions, the Hellenic Centre and other locations. This event is organised by the non-governmental organisation Oxygen for Democracy, in association with High Commission of Cyprus in London.

The expansion to London marks an exciting new chapter for the Cyprus Forum, an annual forum dedicated to fostering dialogue and driving impactful change. As an extension of the Cyprus Forum series, the addition of London signifies our commitment to broadening our reach and engaging with diverse perspectives on critical issues.

Since its inception, the Cyprus Forum has been at the forefront of facilitating discussions and collaboration among policymakers, academics, civil society representatives, and thought leaders. By establishing a presence in London, we aim to further amplify these conversations, drawing upon the dynamic energy and expertise of this global hub.

The event will encompass discussion on topics such as justice system, geopolitics, technology, and economy.

Furthermore, the 1st Cyprus Forum London is enhancing its collaboration with its partners, which includes renowned organizations such as the High Commission of Cyprus in London, the Hellenic Centre, the Hellenic Observatory at the LSE, South East European Studies at Oxford, London Politica, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, and Cypriots in the City. These valuable partners play an integral role in shaping the discussion content and selecting expert speakers for the event.

The Cyprus Forum is the flagship initiative of Oxygen for Democracy (formerly Oxygono), a Cyprus-based non-governmental non-profit organisation with a drive to promote positive change looking to engage diverse views. The Cyprus Forum is the largest policy conference in Cyprus and already has presence in associated policy events in Greece, Brussels, and Washington DC. The establishment of a satellite event in London marks an exciting new chapter for us to discuss critical issues and bring Cyprus and relevant topics in the United Kingdom into light, to expand our network, ideas and grow momentum within the year, leading to Cyprus Forum in September.

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