This report provides an in-depth investigation of the complex security challenges that pervade the Mediterranean region, with a focus on the ongoing migration crisis and its relationship to key issues such as electricity, water, and health. The report, which employs a human security perspective, challenges the limitations of traditional state-focused security measures and underscores the humanitarian toll on receiving countries. It finishes with proposals for a cohesive, community-based strategy in Cyprus to address the acute needs of migrants and refugees while supporting regional peace and security. These strategic recommendations are intended to guide policy development towards not only resolving the immediate issues but also strengthening the collaborative ties between the Greek and Turkish communities in Cyprus.
Jointly published with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Cyprus