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.


Results: 14

Simulation Game Development - solving socio-environmental conflicts in the Bolivian Lowlands

In cooperation with Civil Peace Service (CPS) we aim to contribute to Bolivia’s efforts in promoting sustainable and peaceful management of environmental land and resource conflicts by supplementing GIZ Bolivia’s training course on transformation of...

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CCP Synergy – Tunisia & Algeria

In collaboration with jeunes leaders de Tunis (Youth Leader Association of Tunis) and Amnesty International Algiers, the project consists of implementing a training of trainer workshop. The participants will become capable of using a tool-kit of...

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UN Security council simulation at the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnam

Continuing our cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnam, we developed a simulation game on the Peacekeeping Mission MINUSMA in Mali. Duration: 13.06.2020 – 15.06.2020 ...

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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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“Masarna” – Our Pathway: Fostering Jordan Youth Vison Towards Effective Civic Engagement and Self-Reliance

The project aims to contribute to the government’s efforts, by increasing the capacities of local CSOs in the fields of non-formal education techniques, as well as improving their technical and financial capabilities.

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Women Focused Networks – Women’s Rights are Human Rights

Local support circles of women in six rural areas in the South Caucasus build their capacity in human rights education and community development.

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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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SIMschools – Teaching Human Rights with Simulation Games

In cooperation with the biggest teachers’ movement in Ukraine EdCamp, and the European Union we start a big-scale project to make the learning of human rights easier and more interactive.

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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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Y-LEAD – Creating Civic Spaces for Active Citizenship

Increasing participation of youth and women in the Egyptian Local Council Elections, by raising awareness about their rights and duties and equipping them with the needed know-how and skills.

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