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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Joint Civic Education - Social Leader Forum

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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Tanzania - Appropriate Technology Development for the 21st Century

Attention on the ideas of Sustainable Development, Self-reliance and Ownership. This project presented Tanzanian grassroots initiatives that develop sustainable technological solutions for autonomous energy supply, safe sanitation and food...

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Fair and Free Elections in Belarus

Since 2013, CRISP is working together with the Swedish foundation SILC in Lithuania especially on projects related to the situation in Belarus.In this 4-days workshop, we focused on the topic of “elections” as the main source of political...

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Simulating Egyptian Transition

The project aimed to support the ongoing democratic transformation process in Egypt. By promoting democratic values and civic education among young people, we encouraged and enabled them to participate in the transformation process in a critical...

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SimVision

The goal of SimVISION was to develop a common vision for the South Caucasus and by this contribute to trust and confidence between young people. To achieve this goal, a simulation game seminar for 24 young (18-30 years) participants from Armenia,...

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People Power - Transition in Belarus

During the process of transition towards a stable democratic political system, elections are a crucial moment. The way they are carried out defines the level of legitimacy governments can generate. Until today, still many governments rule on a...

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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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Euroforum - Annual Meeting 2011 in Berlin

The Euroforum meeting 2011 gathered 40 young citizens and activists involved in the 8 member organisations of the Network during 10 days in Berlin. 5 participants per team were thus in the German capital, from the following NGOs: CRISP (from...

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Conflict Simulation Game Seminar Kosovo 2009

The ConSim Kosovo project is the direct follow-up of our first seminar in 2008. Again, 24 participants from Albania, Central Serbia, Kosovo and Macedonia got into the roles of the internaional and national stakeholders of the conflict and meet for...

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Conflict Simulation Game Seminar in Kosovo 2008

For seven days, 20 participants from Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania and Serbia came together, in order to simulate the near future of Kosovo and the region. Within the first two days of the seminar we prepared ourselves for the simulation game with...

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