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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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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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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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 Development: Energy-Oriented Modernisation in Urban Development

Housing, and the associated use of water, heat and energy, is one of the biggest causes of greenhouse gas emissions. To reduce this share, the BMU provides several funding opportunities via the KfW (Reconstruction Credit Institute). One of these is...

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