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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Fighting Right Wing Populism

The Heinrich Böll Foundation invited us to conduct a workshop on the issue of right-wing populism for one week-end. For this, 21 scholars of the foundation came together in Würzburg / Germany. The first day was dedicated to introducing the topic...

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Anti-Corruption Measures in Bribania

Our partner MitOst e.V. organized a study visit for their Egyptian partner organization and Crisp e.V.  was invited to contribute to the program for one day by playing a simulation game with the participants. The topic of the simulation game was...

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SiMigration Friedrich Ebert Foundation

The Friedrich Ebert Foundation invited Crisp to conduct a simulation game on the topic of migration. 34 students from secondary schools participated in the game. During one day they slipped into the roles of high ranking politicians representing EU...

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Training: Conflict advisor in the area of work with refugees

The aim of the project was to place the integration of internally displaced persons (IDPs) on the political agenda in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine.To achieve this goal the project focused on the training of multipliers or mediators to...

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Simulation Game: SiMigration - Heinrich Böll Stiftung

We had the chance to implement our Simulation Games “SiMigration” two times in the Heinrich Böll Foundation. During the two workshops the participants had to analyzes the current European migration policy. Furthermore, the simulation game...

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SIMigration - Anna Lindh Foundation

During autumn, we had the chance to conduct our Simulation Game SiMigration with different representatives of member organizations of the German section of Anna Lind network in Nuremberg. During the annual network meeting, the participants discussed...

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Workshop: Fighting Corruption in Belarus

During 4 days we discussed the phenomenon of corruption, its manifold faces and theoretical models that try to explain under which circumstances are most likely to happen. Not surprisingly we figured out that the political system in Belarus...

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Youth, identity, employability

The main goal of this project was to develop and conduct a simulation game tackling the topic of employability under consideration of identity issues. The simulation game developed together with trainers from six different partner organizations was...

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Trainers against Discrimination

Trainers against Discrimination was a project led by Creative Development Center in cooperation with CRISP e.V. It aimed at raising awareness about the problems of discrimination as well as Empowering Local Organizations in Caucasus and Europe...

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Simulation Game: Krapowa

At the beginning of July we conducted a simulation game on the topic of sustainable development with high school students in Ingelheim. During the simulation game the students played the roles of citizens in Krapowas – a city, which faces several...

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Training: Peace + Conflict Consultant in Königswinter

The “Forum Ziviler Friedensdienst” (Civil Peace Service) is a Cologne-based NGO that promotes the culture of nonviolence and a nonviolent conflict solution. In doing so they offer a variety of courses, classes and seminars, one being a nine-week...

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Peace-Building and Conflict-Management in Georgia

Together with our partner organization in Georgia we conducted a two- day workshop for around 20 young activists from Georgia on the general concepts of peace building and conflict management. Apart from analyzing the reasons for conflicts, the...

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German Refugee and Migration Policies: Interactive Workshops

The workshops that were conducted in the course of this project focused on the phenomenon migration and the problems and conflicts resulting from the current migration policies. In order to understand the complexity of the problem the...

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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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Simulation Game: Tandera at the University of Tampere (Finland)

Our former assistant Babett, student at the University of Tampere, asked us to introduce our simulation game “Tandera” into her course “Peace Mediation and National Dialogues”. We developed a didactical framework to embed the simulation game into...

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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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Simulation Game: Financial Markets

EN-PAZ invited us together with planpolitik and 8 experts on financial markets to develop a simulation game on the topic for pupils. During the four day workshop, we first introduced the experts to the method of simulation gaming and then...

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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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SiMigration in Brussels

In September, we went the first time in the history of CRISP to Brussels to facilitate a simulation game. Supported by our trainer Dinah, we spent one day with participants from all over Europe, invited by the Green European Foundation,...

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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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Energy for Peace: Summerschool Heinrich Böll Foundation

In the framework of the summer of the “Heinrich-Böll Stiftung” academy, we implemented our simulation game “Energy for Peace” with scholarship holders and members of the green party. The participants had to negotiate how a fictional conflict...

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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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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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Peaceful Coexistence

The overall goal of the project ‘‘Youth for Peaceful Coexistence‘‘, was to provide the space for young participants to discuss different realities, problems and challenges, concerning integration, marginalization and stigmatization, to introduce...

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Simulation Game: US Elections

In the context of a seminar offered by the Foundation Konrad-Adenauer and the Amerikazentrum Hamburg we conducted a simulation game with 20 high school students about the US primaries and caucuses preceding the US presidential elections. The...

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Simulation Game: Großbürgerhausen

For this year’s forum of urban planners of the “Architektenkammer Nordrhein-Westfalen“, we conducted the simulation game “Großbürgerhausen”. During the simulation game the 60 participants, who consisted of architects, urban planners and staff of...

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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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Training of Trainers - Moldova

In Moldova in partnership with MilleniuM Training and Development Institute, we conducted a Training-of-Trainers on Simulation Games. In the beginning of the training the participants experienced two different types of simulation games. In the end...

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Conflict Transformation & Peace Building

Conflict Transformation and Peace Building in Divided Societies was a project funded by Youth in Action Program. It was open for 24 Participants from 4 EU (Poland, Germany, Italy, Cyprus) and 4 non EU (Moldova, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia)...

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