|Author(s)||Karahasan, H., & Sat, A.|
|Editor||Ross, A. (ed) Citizenship Education in Society|
This paper discusses multiculturalism and peace education in order to illuminate the significance of face-to-face, daily interactions. It argues that this could be a useful way to promote peace education in Cyprus. Although people could be able to cross the borders and can ‘see the other half of their homeland’ since 2003, Cyprus still lacks of a common educational policy as indicated by Michalinos Zembylas and Hakan Karahasan in 8th CiCe conference. The paper is qualitative and focuses on the curriculum in the northern Cyprus in general and how, on personal level, peace education could be promoted.