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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Civic Education Simulation for Georgian Schools

Training teachers in the method of simulation games for civic education.

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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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Citizen Participation in Chile

During the whole month of April 2019, we toured through Chile and held several workshops in schools and with young polictians regarding the topic of citizen participation. Actually, the Chilean constitution offers several mechanisms to its citizens...

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Simulation Game “Dear Mr. President”

CRISP developed two simulation games on autocrats in domestic and international spheres and implemented them with high school students during a 2-day workshop.

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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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A Vision for Jordanian Youth 2025

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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UNDP Youth Leadership Programme (YLP4)

UNDP Youth Leadership Program is organizing a regional seminar bringing approximately 120 youth representatives and policy makers with the presence of National UNDP offices. This forum is considered a continuation of a successful model of youth...

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Workshop: Simulation Game „Taberlingen“

Since less displaced people are arriving to Germany than in 2015 and 2016, the focus of the issues has shifted from housing and emergency care to social and cultural integration as well as access to education and the labour market. At the same time,...

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Simulation Game “Bribania” for more Transparency in Ukraine

Our simulation game became a part of a training, in which Ukrainian students were taught ap-proaches for fighting corruption 

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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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Citizen Participation in Chile

During the whole month of April, we toured through Chile and held several workshops in schools regarding the topic of citizen participation. Actually, the Chilean constitution offers several mechanisms to its citizens to participate on municipal...

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Simulating Egyptian Transition

The SET project series aims to transform stereotypes and mindsets to reduce conflicts between different groups and regions in Egypt. The project is mainly based on the theory of change that through initiative building as a tool to promote youth...

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Role of civil society

This simulation focuses on the role of civil society and how it can reform and be reformed as a basic part of a contemporary society. The overall goal is to learn about the diversity among civil society actors and although they have similar general...

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Simulation Game: US-Elections

Only a few days before the actual elections took place we simulated the election process, together with high school-students. They very much enjoyed the change of perspective and we were deeply impressed by political skills these young people already...

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Simulation Game: US-Elections - Malente

During a summer school of the German Konrad Adenauer Foundation, we simulated the election campaign in the USA together with high school-students. They very much enjoyed the change of perspective and we were deeply impressed by political skills these...

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ToT: Increasing Accountability of local Politician through Simulation Games

The question of how to hold politicians accountable is crucial when it comes to establishing a democratic culture. In Morocco like in many transition countries, the political practice often doesn’t match the written law. Power-sharing, rule of law...

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Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan

The project ‘Peaceful Dialog – Fighting Religious Extremism in Kyrgyzstan’ is the continuation of the project ‘Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan’. Building on results and initiated processes of the 2015 cycle the participants of this year’s project...

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Shaping Caucasus

Given the lack of involvement of the youth in politics of Russia and the Caucasus region, this project aims at increasing capacities among the youth for it to be able to communicate and advocate their needs more effectively to the government. For...

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SET-3: A Vision for Egypt

A Vision for Egypt 2025 (SET III) is the most recent project out of a series which started in 2012. It builds on the accomplishments, as well as on the lessons learned from previous years. Previously we promoted the innovative learning tool of...

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Peaceul Dialogue

The project ‘Peaceful Dialog’ will bring together young adults from the civil society and representatives from different levels of the government to identify causes for religious tensions in Kyrgyzstan. The participants will develop potential...

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Introduction to peacebuilding & conflict management

Participants got introduced to the general concept of peace building and conflict management. Furthermore participants learned different methods of conflict management on a very practical level.In participating in this workshop participants...

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All different- all equal: (Re)ACT against discrimination

The project "All different - all equal: (Re)ACT against discrimination" bought together 26 young adults from Germany and Macedonia to examine causes for discrimination and to develop possible reactions. Additionally, the participants explored...

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Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe

"Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe" is a series of seminars in which a simulation game was developed which is providing a space to address the topic of right-wing populism. Within such context the sources, reasons, dynamics and effects of...

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Fortbildung: Planspiel Energie & Frieden

Die Fortbildung richtet sich an alle, die in der informellen Bildungsarbeit aktiv sind. Während der Fortbildung wird den Teilnehmenden das Planspiel "Energie & Frieden" vermittelt. Gerade Lehrer_innen und Trainer_innen stehen vor der...

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Simulation Game: Diversity at the Young Islam Conference

We developed a simulation game on diversity, integration and religion for the Young Islam Conference of the Mercator Foundation. The simulation game was hosted by the mayor of Hamburg and took place in the cities’ beautiful town hall. Here 40...

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Simulating Egyptian Transition - 2

This project is the continuation of our previous engagement in 2012. Back then we were thinking how to overcome the language gap between CRISP and the Arabic speaking trainers, therefore we designed this new project. The current project has five...

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Activating Non-Voters in Brandenburg

The workshops conducted within this project aimed towards the state election in Brandenburg on September 14. 2014. Thereby the focus was put on the mobilization of voters.For this purpose at the kick-off meeting there was a new simulation game...

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Simulation Game: Bribania in Tunisia

We facilitated our simulation game Bribania (in Arabic: Fasadistan), in the course of the MENA Integrity School in Tunisia. The main host was Transparency International. It was the first time that CRISP and Transparency International (TI) were...

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Simulating Caucasus

Together with our partner organization Centre for Network Initiatives’ Support we conducted a two parted Training of Trainers seminar in the Northern Caucasus region between May and September of this year. The project “Simulating Caucasus” passed...

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Inhub Egypt

In April, we met different actors of the Egyptian civil society, discussing possibilities to build up an intercultural network of trainers for political education, stretching beyond Cairo. Together with civil society activists from Egypt and...

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