We were happy to cooperate with the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) and its Faculty for Social Management to implement SIMigration, a simulation game concerning European legislation on migration and asylum. The game was embedded in a two-day workshop that not only focused on the European Level of Legislation but also on what this means on a personal, local and national level.
|Duration:||19.03.2019 – 20.03.2019|
|Participants:||18 Students of the DHBW|
Project Goals / Content
The aim of the activity was to give the students a differentiated perspective on topics of border security, legal vs. illegal immigration, human rights as well as discussing improving the situation in the countries of origin as a way of working against the causes of migration. Further, the activity gave participants the chance to get answers about their general questions on migration and discuss the learning effects on their daily (work)life.
Participants of the simulation were students in their last year of study of social management, who already are working in social institutions as part of their education.