The Home for Cooperation was established by the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research. Officially opened in 2011, the Home for Cooperation is a unique community centre located in the middle of the dividing lines in Cyprus, in the Ledra Palace area, UN Buffer Zone, Nicosia.
Today the Home for Cooperation has become a landmark building in Nicosia, acting as a bridge-builder between separated communities, memories and visions through its physical presence and its peacebuilding programs benefiting from the transformative power of arts and culture.
The Home for Cooperation provides working spaces and opportunities for non-governmental organisations and individuals to design and implement innovative projects. It facilitates situations for people to get together and to get to know each other. As a unique venue, The Home, hosts an extensive variety of cultural, artistic, and educational programs and activities with the aim to foster creativity and intercultural trust in Cyprus and internationally.
The Home for Cooperation project has been supported by the European Economic Area Grants and Norway Grants. In 2020, the Home for Cooperation received the Active Citizens Fund (financed by Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) for the period 2020-2024 for the implementation of educational, cultural community projects. www.eeagrants.org | www.norwaygrants.org