Lobby for Cyprus is a non-party-political human rights organisation campaigning for a reunited Cyprus.
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Three perspectives on the Cyprus issue
Date: 14 July 2010 at 7.30pm
Venue: Theatro Technis 26 Crowndale Road London NW1 1TT. Nearest tube Mornington Crescent (Northern line)
Lobby for Cyprus seminar on the Cyprus issue with three presentations:

Can the Cyprus issue be solved through the courts?
by Costas Frangeskides
A lawyer's perspective on the role of the law in the search for a just settlement

The Cyprus issue – a refugee’s perspective 
by Kyriacos Christodoulou

The Turkish invasion and occupation of Cyprus: a case study in unethical behaviour
by Dr Klearchos Kyriakides

Wednesday 14 July 2010 
at 7.30pm

Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Road
London  NW1 1TT
Dr Klearchos Kyriakides is a non-practising solicitor and a senior lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire's School of Law and is the keynote speaker of the seminar.

Costas Frangeskides is a lawyer and partner of the law firm Holman Fenwick & Willan. He is also a deputy co-ordinator of Lobby for Cyprus and has acted on cases for displaced Greek Cypriot property owners.

Kyriacos Christodoulou is a former co-ordinator of Lobby for Cyprus.

The seminar will close with a question and answer session and will be followed by refreshments.

Telephone/fax +44 (0)20 8888 2556

The seminar is part of Cyprus Week at Theatro Technis