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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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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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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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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Training for young diplomats from Central Asia

In September 2017, we conducted our simulation game DIVINI for young diplomats from Central Asia in the frame of the ‘Training for International Diplomats’ program of the German Federal Foreign Office. In the frame of the simulation, the participants...

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Youth and religion in Kyrgyzstan (GIZ consultancy)

In the frame of a consultancy for GIZ Kyrgyzstan, a tailor-made simulation game and workshop format was developed and implemented with the aim to discover the interests and needs of young people concerning religion. Duration: 15.07. until...

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D.R.E.A.M.

D.R.E.A.M is a two years project in cooperation with DVV International, IRM and Youth of Osh in Kyrgyzstan. It has multiple components ranging from media work to community security dialogue. The project is aimed at establishing a constructive...

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Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan

The "Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan" project is going in its third round with a focus on the increasing polarization of the discourse around religion and secularism in the country. We will continue working with civil society actors, religious groups...

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Simulation Game Transolvia

In the course of the CrossCulture-Program of the Institute for Foreign Relations, we implemented a simulation game, in order to contribute to the overall goals of the Program. Due to their participation in the simulation game workshop the 25...

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Anti-Discrimination Workshop in a facility for unaccompanied minor refugees

During the last years many unaccompanied minors arrived to Germany from different countries. Fleeing from unbearable living conditions they try to build up new life’s here. As a first stage upon their arrival they are accommodated in facilities,...

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Training-of-Trainers Kyrgyzstan

The first milestone for our project ‚Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan‘ has been reached! The training of trainers in which 20 participants from 4 regions of Kyrgyzstan took part was fun, intense and a great learning experience for everyone. During...

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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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Conference: Civil Society in Eastern Europe

The Evangelic Academy Loccum invited us to their conference in March on the question of how can Western Europe strengthen the civil societies in Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova and Georgia as the German Federal Foreign Office established a special...

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Peaceful 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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Social Leader Forum Caucasus

Social Leader Forum is the follow-up to Joint Civic Education‘s Cross-Border Program and was first piloted in 2010. CRISP joined the Program in 2011 as a cooperative partner of MitOst Association and Iris Group Managing diversity. In the Forum,...

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Joint Civic Education

Social Leader Forum is the follow-up to Joint Civic Education’s Cross-Border Program which was first piloted in 2010. CRISP joined the Program in 2011 as a cooperative partner of MitOst Association and Iris Group Managing diversity. In 2013, 25...

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