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CEEM - Civic Education with Emancipatory Methods

First residential training in Georgia took place

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

Online-Course “Introduction to Peaceful Conflict Transformation”

Over 50 participants went through the Ukrainian-speaking course

CRISP supports the development of “Wasl” camp: a resilience building workshop for Egyptian Youth

In partnership with Khalil El Masry, our CCP intern and representative of the Egyptian NGO Selmeya, the resilience building workshop “Wasl” also  “Connections” in English was developed to guide Egyptian youth through a journey of reflection, self...

New Simulation Game: Serketia

Assessing Local Needs to Fight Neglected Tropical Diseases

Welcoming Frederick Broers

Our organization is glad to welcome Frederick Broers, one of our new trainees, to the team.

Workshop on the Practical Application of Conflict Transformation Methods

During October 22-24, our team held a workshop “Working in Conflict-Sensitive Contexts – Methods of Conflict Transformation in Their Practical Application”.

CRISP and GIZ join forces to promote inclusion in Egypt

In collaboration with GIZ, CRISP will complement GIZ’s effort in implementing “Equal Opportunities and Social Development” (EOSD) project in Egypt that enforces the social participation of youth, specially women and people with disabilities.  

Introducing Elena Fiedler

Elena is an urban researcher, Trainer, and Consultant for Conflict transformation and transcultural Learning (ATCC). With her background, she is interested in conflicts on the very local level as she sees them as a central starting point for...

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.