CCMC to take part in European Get Online Week 2015


Not every European is digital just yet. But we're getting there. Thousands of community telecentres get people online and on jobs across Europe. We celebrate their work in the last week of March of every year, by organizing Get Online Week - to empower a digital Europe.  

Between 23-29 March 2015, Europe is invited to enter a digital world full of benefits. For the first time CCMC, as a part of the project Generation 0101, will be supporting and arranging activities to promote the campaign and raise awareness of Get Online Week.

The Get Online Week campaign for 2015 addresses two key issues and is built on simple messages: 

1. Digital empowerment - seeking to raise awareness and build people’s set of skills required by the available digital jobs   

2. Digital inclusion - making sure no one is left behind, by raising awareness and initiating offliners and various disadvantaged groups in the online world


With 20% Europeans still offline and with 39% of the EU workforce lacking proper digital skills , the campaign partners have much to do, especially looking at the hundreds of thousands of digital jobs available on the labour market. The equation is simple. Get those 20% online and get those 39% aware and ready to take the available digital jobs.

 Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC) in partnership with 6 other European NGOs and Non-profit organisations, are collaborating to tackle the issue of youth unemployment with project Generation0101. The project aims to build Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) skills and confidence of young people, and thus increase their chances of finding work. To do this, the organisations will create educational modules and offer free training in several ICT disciplines are currently in demand in the working world: E-journalism, Mobile Application development, Web designing, Community Web Radio, using Online collaboration tools (cloud solution, online document sharing…), Easy Coding (game development), and Video development.

 Each partner will be in charge of developing one of these modules in a field they have experience in, and then sharing it with all Generation0101 partners. CCMC and the others will then offer training to young people, within their communities, in all 7 fields for free with a proficiency test and certification at the end. The trainings will be available from early 2016.


Host your own show on MYCYradio!


Do you live in Cyprus and have a burning issue you want to discuss

 Do you want your community and your language represented through an online radio station?

Do you have a voice that deserves to be amplified?

Do you want to share knowledge, information, events, announcements, recipes, activities and beyond?

Are you a civil society activist or do you represent an NGO and want to reach new audiences?

Do you have fresh, new music you want to get ‘out there’?

Have you always wanted to produce your own radio show?

Then MYCYradio is for you!

In April 2013, the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), with support from the European Commission Representation in Cyprus, launched the island’s first multilingual web radio station – MYCYradio! Streaming live online at, MYCYradio currently hosts over 40 radio broadcasters representing a number of different communities from across the island. Programmes are also available to download in podcast format immediately after the end of each show.

We are currently open to applications from people living and organisations registered in Cyprus. Just fill a simple Application Form provided that they agree with, and adhere to, the MYCYradio Guiding Principles.

Anyone can apply to produce a show! For more information and to apply, just complete the application form and email it to, or feel free to ask questions!


Deadline: Wednesday, 28 January 2015  


Join us for a special full-day Media Literacy / Community Radio Techniques training workshop on Feb. 7th!



Join the Community Radio / Media Literacy Training Session!

What: Full training will be provided by CCMC on a special full-day Media Literacy / Community Radio Techniques training workshop.  Don’t worry if you feel you’re not technically equipped – anyone can do radio! During the training, we will present and discuss the newest trends in Citizen Journalism, techniques and opportunities offered by the strategic use of new media, as well as brainstorm on how we (i.e. you!) can bring the community closer to media! This training is conducted within the framework of “Your Voice in Europe” project, supported by the European Commission Representation in Cyprus. Detailed agenda to be announced. 

When: Saturday,7 February 2015, 09:30-16:00.

Where: CCMC Community Space (next to Ledra Palace hotel, opposite Chateau Status restaurant) – Google Maps

Anyone can apply to join the (free!) training – just RSVP by sending an email to . Priority will be given to those applying for a show and to existing MYCYradio producers.

“Your Voice in Europe” project is managed by the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC) and has been produced with the support of the European Commission Representation in Cyprus. The content of the project is the sole responsibility of the CCMC and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.


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