Building peace through science

The role of science as a peacebuilding tool was highlighted at a two-community STEAM camp of 100 Cypriots organized and funded by the US Embassy.

The STEAM for Peace and Entrepreneurship Camp participation certificate ceremony was held Wednesday at Home for Cooperation in Nicosia.

The organizers expressed their satisfaction with the response of Cypriot youth and their families to the STEAM activity, which uses the universal language of science to look at peacebuilding from a different perspective.

U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus Judith Gerber steam camp“It’s going to be a great experience.”

Science, she said, is a universal language that connects people and fosters understanding and risk-taking.

“By taking on challenges together, I want to build bonds that will last a lifetime.

“We hope to contribute to the reunification of this beautiful island.

“Each organizer seeks to bring together the best young people to participate in exchange programs, exchange fresh ideas, bring them back to their countries, and make the places where they live better places for all. It’s proving what happens when you aim…we,” Garber said.

The STEAM for Peace and Entrepreneurship Camp is designed to allow middle school/gym students aged 10-13 to have fun together in a group of bicomur students while doing hands-on experiments in STEAM subjects during the summer vacation. Designed to

The camp is peace-themed and designed to showcase friendship, cooperation and peacebuilding.


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