As usual we have been quite busy over the last three months.
Twelve state employees learned about complexity theory and management.
From 18th - 19th of June, CRISP participated in the “Berlin Summer Dialogue 2019 Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Window of Opportunity? The role of external actors in the MENA region”
High experts group tried to answer the question, where Ukraine is going in light of the election year
CRISP developed simulation game on autocrats for the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
Simulation game about religious extremism
CRISP has cooperated with the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, (DHBW) in Heidenheim to implement the Simulation Game, SIMigration, for students of Social Management.
The video-documentary about our project HIDDEN MEMORIES, an audio-installation that contributes to the culture of remembrance regarding the events on Maidan in Kyiv in 2013/14.
From the 10th until the 11th of November we conducted the simulation game “Syria” in cooperation with Al Sharq and Hometown Hannover in Hannovers biggest community-centre.
On the 22nd and 23rd of November we have implemented our updated simulation game, ‘Quo Vadis EU’ for twelve participants of the international diplomats’ training from Iraq.
During the 9-Week-Training-Workshop for peace and conflict workers we implemented one of our most complex simulation games, so the participants could test their acquired knowledge.
As part of the “10th International Diplomatic Re-invitation Programme” 17 diplomats and participants of the International Parliamentary Fellowship Programme took part in our simulation game Kodori at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.
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