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PRESENTES: External Evaluation

We have received this week the final external evaluation report 2021 of our project PRESENTES in Chile. 89,2% of the participants enjoyed the method of simulation gaming and the vast majority think it is a great learning tool.

 

Chilean Youth's Expectations towards the New Constitution

On January 21st, PRESENTES has presented to the Constitutional Assembly the final results of the simulation workshops executed during the year 2021, with the opinions and expectations about the new Constitution of more than 600 young participants of...

Preliminary Results from Chile

What is youth in Chile expecting from the New Constitution? What are their wishes? And what are the reactions of the members of the constitutional assembly (Conveción Constituyente)?

Young Women Political Academy

Cooperation with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights

New Simulation Game: Serketia

Assessing Local Needs to Fight Neglected Tropical Diseases

Successful interim evaluation of PRESENTES in Chile

Between 3 and 5 November and with the results of the first 20 workshops implemented, the evaluation sessions of the PRESENTES project were held.

TAYA-Project Successfully Completed!

From 5th to 11th of November more than 25 participants from 9 countries came to Baitz near Berlin to learn about racism, sexism, intersectional issues between different types of discrimination. How was it? Read the details below! From 5th to 11th of...

Radio Interview with "Nuevo Mundo"

Recently our co-director Andreas Muckenfuß had the opportunity to advertise our project in Chile on the Chilean radio. He was invited by Nuevo Mundo to speak about what the project aims to achieve and to call to action the Chilean youth to partake in...

Virtual Launch of PRESENTES

On the 13th of October we officially launched our project “PRESENTES – adolescents for the constitutional process” which aims to empower marginalized youths in Chile to actively participate in the ongoing constitutional process.

Combatting Neglected Tropical Diseases – Simulation Game on Global Health

A project in cooperation with the German Alliance for Global Health Research GLOHRA

Webinar: Simulation Games and the Constitutional Process in Chile

On the 15th of September we conducted a webinar together with our local partners in Chile. We presented our project PRESENTES, as well as our methodological approach and discussed its potentials.