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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Wer regiert Berlin 2021?

Gespannt blicken wir auf das „Superwahljahr“ 2021 und damit auch auf die anstehenden Koalitionsverhandlungen für das Berliner Abgeordnetenhaus. Die häufig thematisierte Intransparenz im Zuge der Regierungsbildungen sorgt nicht selten für...

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New Project "TAYA" will train European Youth Workers on anti-discrimination-education 

TAYA -Training Active Youth Workers in Anti-Discrimination-Education aims at enabling European youth workers to address topics related to discrimination and racism among their target groups and qualifying them to carry out educational activities that...

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Do No Harm in Conflict Settings – Revised Edition

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict? CRISP has successfully conducted an online workshop with a focus on the Do No Harm approach, its shortcomings and complementary concepts of postcolonial and critical whiteness...

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Workshop on Complexity Management for Civil Servants

Between 13th and 15th of July, we had the opportunity to carry out a workshop on complexity management as part of a leadership training course for civil servants from various ministries of the federal state of Thuringia.

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Online Implementation of the Simulation-Board Game “Energetic Urban Development”

Our latest addition to the CRISP simulation game family came to life: we were able to implement the board game twice in its first-ever online format. 

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Do No Harm in Conflict Settings – Revised Edition

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict? 
After CRISP successfully conducted two workshops on Do No Harm in Conflict Settings earlier this year, we are happy to announce that there will be a revised new edition of our...

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Simulation Game on the future of youth participation structures in Germany

In the framework of a research project conducted by the German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM) we developed a simulation game on representation of young people with migration biography in the formal youth participation...

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“Games for Education” fair in Berlin in cooperation with Deutsche Welle Academy

In cooperation with  Deutsche Welle Academy we are planning  a games fair event to discuss how educational games can bring socially relevant topics to young people.

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Simulation Game Development: Awareness for different perspectives on the “Middle East Conflict"

In cooperation with our partner KIgA we are developing the simulation game “Our common future” that deals with an international youth conference where participants discuss solutions for peace in the “Middle East Conflict”.

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Climate and Security Training for International Diplomats

On February 14th, we had the chance to carry out a training for 18 young diplomats – each from a different country – within the framework of the “Training for Young International Diplomats” program of the German Federal Foreign Office.

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Do-No-Harm in Conflict Settings – Workshop

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict?

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Quo vadis Ukraine

We had the pleasure to implement the simulation game “Quo Vadis Ukraine” for 16 officers of the German Federal Army in October 2019. The participants slipped into the roles of political actors and members of civil society in order to debate about the...

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Simulation Game: Resolving Territorial Conflict in Tandera

For the sixth Youth Congress YOU:KO 2019, organized by Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education / bpb), CRISP conducted a simulation game “Tandera” for young people interested in the topics of globalization, politics,...

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Youth Participation in Europe: the Way of E+ Youth-Activizenship

In the scope of an Erasmus+ project, financed by the German National Agency JUGEND für Europa and the European Union, and in partnership with the East-West Lab / Laboratorio Oriente-Occidente (Youth NGO), CRISP had the pleasure to implement a project...

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New Simulation Game: Cybersecurity – Ethical Debates

In the scope of the International Futures Program, Program implemented by the German Federal foreign office in cooperation with “German Society for Foreign Policy” (DGAP), CRISP had the pleasure to implement a simulation game on the complexity of...

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Training for Young Diplomats From Latin America and the Caribbean on Regional Integration

For two days we held a training about regional integration for young diplomats from Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Conflict Transformation Training for international Diplomats

In the scope of the Training for International Diplomats (German Federal Foreign Office) in Berlin, CRISP has implemented the Simulation Game, Kodori, dealing with conflict transformation for diplomats from the Western Balkans.

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Workshop: Complexity Management

 State employees of Thüringen learned methods for leading staff in complex work situations.

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Training for Young Diplomats From ASEAN on Regional Integration

For two days we held a training about regional integration for young diplomats from ASEAN member states as well as representatives of the ASEAN secretariat.

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Simulation Game: SIMigration at Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg

CRISP has cooperated with the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, (DHBW) in Heidenheim to implement the Simulation Game, SIMigraiton, for students of Social Management.

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Training for the 9th High Level Experts Programme Ukraine

High experts group tried to answer the question, where Ukraine is going in light of the election year

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Simulation Game “Dear Mr. President”

CRISP developed two simulation games on autocrats in domestic and international spheres and implemented them with high school students during a 2-day workshop.

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Training for Young Diplomats from Central Asia About Religious Extremism

On invitation by the German Federal Foreign Office we held a training for young diplomats from Central Asia about the topic of religious extremism.

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Simulation Game Development: Energy-Oriented Modernisation in Urban Development

Housing, and the associated use of water, heat and energy, is one of the biggest causes of greenhouse gas emissions. To reduce this share, the BMU provides several funding opportunities via the KfW (Reconstruction Credit Institute). One of these is...

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Workshop: Simulation Game „Taberlingen“

Since less displaced people are arriving to Germany than in 2015 and 2016, the focus of the issues has shifted from housing and emergency care to social and cultural integration as well as access to education and the labour market. At the same time,...

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Simulation Game "Transolvia" with IfA Cross Cultural Interns

Spaces for the important work of civil society are shrinking in countries all over the world. Government repression, increased regulations, corruption and forced registration are just a few ways in which this space is becoming smaller. The...

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Training with International Diplomats

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. Duration: ...

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Academy for Conflict Transformation

Since 2015 we are contributing to the full time course in peace and conflict work of the Academy for Conflict Transformation. During the pre-final week of the course we are providing a constructive space to reflect on the tools learned during the...

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Simulation Game: "Civil War in Syria"

The simulation game method is a useful tool to uncover causes of conflict and its dynamics. One of the most complex conflicts when it comes to the number of actors and their constantly changing alliances is the current war in Syria. In order to...

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