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CRISP – Conflict Transformation and Civic Education

News: Germany

Implementation of Syria simulation game with civil society actors in Hannover

From the 10th until the 11th of November we conducted the simulation game “Syria” in cooperation with Al Sharq and Hometown Hannover in Hannovers biggest community-centre.

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Quo Vadis European Union? – as seen by Iraqi Diplomats

On the 22nd and 23rd of November we have implemented our updated simulation game, ‘Quo Vadis EU’ for twelve participants of the international diplomats’ training from Iraq.

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Academy for Conflict Transformation

During the 9-Week-Training-Workshop for peace and conflict workers we implemented one of our most complex simulation games, so the participants could test their acquired knowledge.

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Implementation of “Kodori” simulation game with international diplomats

As part of the “10th International Diplomatic Re-invitation Programme” 17 diplomats and participants of the International Parliamentary Fellowship Programme took part in our simulation game Kodori at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

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Simulation Game Transolvia with IfA Cross Cultural Interns

Twenty three Cross Cultural Interns played the simulation game Transolvia to learn about civil society.

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New simulation game "Omaria" implemented for the first time

As part of the “Training for International Diplomats”, 16 young diplomats from Latin America and the Caribbean took part in our simulation game at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

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Taberlingen in the news - Workshop for IPS Fellows

In reaction to the current events and developments in Europe, we have updated our Simulation Game Taberlingen, that deals with the question of migration, integration and exclusion on a local level in Germany.

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