Cyprus Sociological Association

National Network

46 Makedonitissas Ave. P.O. Box 24005, 1700

+357 22841555
+357 22352059
E-Mail (2)
Mobile Phone
+357 99694067
Mobile Phone (other)
+357 99303620
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Gender
  3. Human rights
  4. International/Cultural relations
  5. Research
General Information
1. CSA is a NGO, NPO, Scientific Organisation. At the moment it has 153 members. It is run by an Executive board consisted of 7 members and it functions under a constitution approved by the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Cyprus (Reg. no.1780). (No employed staff) 2. Budgetary resources available in a year €5,000 3. Sources of funding: membership fee, donations 4. Coordinator and participation in research projects at local and European level, organization of lectures, seminars and conferences) 5. Mainly local and European research partners. Final users of projects are usually Governmental Departments
Mission and Objectives

1. To contribute towards the spread sociological thought in the Cypriot Society
2. The education / training of the members of the Association, as well as the promotion of their usefulness to the benefit of society
3. The safeguarding of the sociological profession of the sociologist and the promotion of the professional engagement of the members
4. The cooperation with research centers, tertiary education institutions and other bodies in matters of sociological interest

Main Projects / Activities

1999 “Family violence”
2000-2002 “Football violence in Cyprus”
2001 “Problems in school of the children of the families from Pontus”
2001-2002 “Study for the formulation of a demographic policy proposal for Cyprus”
2002-2004 “The State of the Cypriot Family in Cyprus”
2002-2003 “Leisure time in youth”
2003 “Moral values, attitudes, problems and motivation of high performance athletes in Cyprus”
2003-2004 “Juvenile delinquency in Cyprus”
2003-2004 “Bi-communal Perceptions of the Anan Plan” (the UN Secretary’s proposed for a solution for the Cyprus Problem)
2004 Dialog-Population Policy Acceptance Study (PPAS) / “Delphi Study”
2004-2005 “Use of prohibited substances in sports in Cyprus”
2004-Present “Single Parent Families in Cyprus”
2005-Present “Psychosocial Dimension of Diabetes Mellitus”
2005- present “MERLIN – Storytelling as lifelong learning” (Grundtvig)

Contact (1) Full Name
Christina Loizou
Head of the organisation
Nicos Peristianis
Contact (2) Full Name
Katerina Kokkinou