Activities

Our activities include different formats such as projects that last several months, workshops + seminars, the implementation of simulation games, as well as Training-of-Trainers on simulation gaming. In the following you find an overview of our current and completed activities.

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Do No Harm in Conflict Settings – Revised Edition

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict? 
After CRISP successfully conducted two workshops on Do No Harm in Conflict Settings earlier this year, we are happy to announce that there will be a revised new edition of our...

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Welche Rolle spielt Rassismus in der Geflüchtetenarbeit? Kritische Ansätze zur Reflexion deiner Rolle im Ehrenamt im Kontext Flucht und Migration

Zwischen dem 13. Und 15. November bietet CRISP einen dreitätigen Workshop für Ehrenamtliche der Berliner Unterstützungsinitiativen im Kontext Flucht und Asyl an. 

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Hidden Memories – Follow Up

We are happy to announce the start of the follow up of our 2017 project “Hidden Memories”. The focus of this follow-up-project will be the development of pedagogical modules in order to create secure spaces for dialogue on the recent history of...

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Peaceful Conflict Transformation 2.0

CRISP is regularly offering an online training consisting of four sessions, which will give you a profound introduction to peaceful conflict transformation.

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Simulation Game Development - solving socio-environmental conflicts in the Bolivian Lowlands

In cooperation with Civil Peace Service (CPS) we aim to contribute to Bolivia’s efforts in promoting sustainable and peaceful management of environmental land and resource conflicts by supplementing GIZ Bolivia’s training course on transformation of...

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CCP Synergy – Tunisia & Algeria

In collaboration with jeunes leaders de Tunis (Youth Leader Association of Tunis) and Amnesty International Algiers, the project consists of implementing a training of trainer workshop. The participants will become capable of using a tool-kit of...

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UN Security council simulation at the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnam

Continuing our cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnam, we developed a simulation game on the Peacekeeping Mission MINUSMA in Mali. Duration: 13.06.2020 – 15.06.2020 ...

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Simulation Game Development: Awareness for different perspectives on the “Middle East Conflict"

In cooperation with our partner KIgA we are developing the simulation game “Our common future” that deals with an international youth conference where participants discuss solutions for peace in the “Middle East Conflict”.

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Women Focused Networks – Women’s Rights are Human Rights

Local support circles of women in six rural areas in the South Caucasus build their capacity in human rights education and community development.

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Do-No-Harm in Conflict Settings – Workshop

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict?

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Y-LEAD – Creating Civic Spaces for Active Citizenship

Increasing participation of youth and women in the Egyptian Local Council Elections, by raising awareness about their rights and duties and equipping them with the needed know-how and skills.

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Quo vadis Ukraine

We had the pleasure to implement the simulation game “Quo Vadis Ukraine” for 16 officers of the German Federal Army in October 2019. The participants slipped into the roles of political actors and members of civil society in order to debate about the...

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Simulation Game: Resolving Territorial Conflict in Tandera

For the sixth Youth Congress YOU:KO 2019, organized by Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education / bpb), CRISP conducted a simulation game “Tandera” for young people interested in the topics of globalization, politics,...

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Peace and Conflict Consultants Kyrgyzstan – Volume II

The project is a direct continuation of ‘Peace and Conflict Kyrgyzstan’, which was started in 2018. Building upon the results and experiences gained in the first phase, the project aims to further spread approaches of non-violent conflict...

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Conflict Transformation Training for international Diplomats

In the scope of the Training for International Diplomats (German Federal Foreign Office) in Berlin, CRISP has implemented the Simulation Game, Kodori, dealing with conflict transformation for diplomats from the Western Balkans.

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Training for the 9th High Level Experts Programme Ukraine

High experts group tried to answer the question, where Ukraine is going in light of the election year

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UNDP - Youth Leadership Program (YLP 5)

After the successful collaboration on organizing a simulation exer-cise on youth engagement in policy dialogue in December 2018, CRISP and Simulation Gaming Club Egypt had the pleasure to extend this cooperation and deliver a new simulation exercise...

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Women Focused Networks South Caucasus

Opening a dialogue about the challenges faced by women in the South Caucasus.

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ASEAN 2020 – Simulating the future of regional integration

In cooperation with the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and Konrad Adenauer Foundation we developed and implemented a simulation game on the future of regional integration in South East Asia.   . Duration: 18.-21.04.2019 Locations...

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A Vision for Jordanian Youth 2030

Since more than one third of the Jordanian population is youth under 30, the Kingdom of Jordan acknowledges the importance of investing in these young talents in driving social and economic development, as it works towards the National Youth Strategy...

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Nigerian Pathway to Peace

The project “Nigerian Pathway to Peace” aims to establish elements of peace education and media literacy in Nigerian schools and other educational institutions on the basis of simulation gaming. The project will create culture of peace in the minds...

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Simulation Game "Transolvia" with IfA Cross Cultural Interns

Spaces for the important work of civil society are shrinking in countries all over the world. Government repression, increased regulations, corruption and forced registration are just a few ways in which this space is becoming smaller. The...

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Training 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. Duration: ...

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Academy for Conflict Transformation

Since 2015 we are contributing to the full time course in peace and conflict work of the Academy for Conflict Transformation. During the pre-final week of the course we are providing a constructive space to reflect on the tools learned during the...

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Handbook on Peace Practice in Eastern Partnership and Russia

Within the project “Peace and Conflict Consultant” we created a handbook “Peace Practice: Theory and Practice of Peacebuilding Initiatives in Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia”. This is a product of a collaborative working process of 16...

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Simulation Game: "Civil War in Syria"

The simulation game method is a useful tool to uncover causes of conflict and its dynamics. One of the most complex conflicts when it comes to the number of actors and their constantly changing alliances is the current war in Syria. In order to...

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Training for young diplomats from Latin America and the Caribbean

In the framework of the international diplomat training of the German Federal Foreign office we organized a simulation game on regional integration for young diplomats from Latin America and the Caribbean. Duration: 11.09.2018 L...

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Leadership Academy of the German Army (Bundeswehr)

For the “Leadership Academy” of the German Army (Bundeswehr) we conducted a Workshop on improving civil-military cooperation. The workshop was part of a two-years training program after which the participants become officers of the general staff.  ...

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Youth and Religion in Kyrgyzstan

In the frame of the consultancy for GIZ Kyrgyzstan, CRISP has conducted a workshop for developing a simulation game that tackles questions of religion and is aimed to enable young people to form their own opinion about the topic. After heated debates...

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Peace and Conflict Consultants Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is considered to be the most liberal and open state in Central Asia. However, the country is affected by a number of overlapping division lines that fragment society and it still struggles to form an identity inclusive to all inhabitants....

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