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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Training Course for German Military (Bundeswehr)

The simulation game deals with potential future scenarios concerning the development of Ukraine and therefore gives a deeper insight in the challenges the country is currently facing. The participants took the roles of actors from various sectors...

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Simulating Egyptian Transition

The SET project series aims to transform stereotypes and mindsets to reduce conflicts between different groups and regions in Egypt. The project is mainly based on the theory of change that through initiative building as a tool to promote youth...

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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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Training for young diplomats from Iraq

In November 2017, we conducted our simulation game Kodori for young diplomats from Iraq in the frame of the ‘Training for International Diplomats’ program of the German Federal Foreign Office. During the simulation, the participants engaged with a...

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Simulation Game „Taberlingen“ at the Annual Conference of the forumZFD

CRISP conducted the simulation game „Taberlingen“ in the frame of the Annual Conference of the Forum Civil Peace Service (forumZFD) in Köln between the 20th and 21st of October. During the simulation game participants slipped into the role of local...

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Simulation Game: Quo Vadis Syria

Since the start of hostilities in 2011, the conflict has evolved into a complex situation,which is a black box for many.The simulation game is centered on the negotiations on a zone of de-escalation in a fictitious region of Syria. The main objective...

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Simulation Game: TANDERA

During the simulation game, which focuses on the dynamics that evolve during a fictional secessionist conflict, the participants tried to apply the knowledge obtained during the first sessions. The actors in the simulation game took on the roles of...

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Networking-Conference: Funding Program "Eastern Partnership and Russia"

On September 14, 2017 over 70 representatives of organizations, which implement projects in the “Eastern Partnerships and Russia” framework of the Foreign Office met in Berlin. CSSP, in medio and CRISP facilitated the meeting collaboratively. The...

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Training for young diplomats from Central Asia

In September 2017, we conducted our simulation game DIVINI for young diplomats from Central Asia in the frame of the ‘Training for International Diplomats’ program of the German Federal Foreign Office. In the frame of the simulation, the participants...

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D.R.E.A.M.

D.R.E.A.M is a two years project in cooperation with DVV International, IRM and Youth of Osh in Kyrgyzstan. It has multiple components ranging from media work to community security dialogue. The project is aimed at establishing a constructive...

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Hidden Memories - Kyiv

In collaboration with local partners we will develop an app that will allow smartphone users to better understand the events before and during the so-called revolution on the Maidan, Kiev 2013/2014.

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Training Course: Peace + Conflict Consultant

The training course Peace and Conflict Consultant aims to train young people from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to improve civic conflict solving process in the countries of the Eastern Partnership. In order to achieve this aim...

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Peace Practice

Peace Praxis creates space for actors from programme and EECA partner countries to learn about and reflect together on each other’s activities in the field of peacebuilding and non-violent conflict transformation. The youth workers and youth leaders...

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Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan

The "Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan" project is going in its third round with a focus on the increasing polarization of the discourse around religion and secularism in the country. We will continue working with civil society actors, religious groups...

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Simulating Egyptian Transition IV

The starting point of the project is the current situation in Egypt. Increasing social and economic cleavages that lead to an increasing loss of trust as well as a segregation among citizens, result in large parts of the population feeling...

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Simulation Game: Quo vadis Ukraine?

During the Ukraine-Lab, organized by our partners from MitOst, we conducted a simulation game on thestatus of Ukraine. Together with participants of the Ukraine-Lab, who had diverse backgrounds, we simulated a possible future development. The...

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Social Leader Forum

The Social Leader Forum aimed at exploring innovative ways of tackling the problem of employability of disadvantaged groups of societies. For this it brought together representatives of civil society, business and public sector to explore the...

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Simulation Game Transolvia

In the course of the CrossCulture-Program of the Institute for Foreign Relations, we implemented a simulation game, in order to contribute to the overall goals of the Program. Due to their participation in the simulation game workshop the 25...

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ToT: Increasing Accountability of local Politician through Simulation Games

The question of how to hold politicians accountable is crucial when it comes to establishing a democratic culture. In Morocco like in many transition countries, the political practice often doesn’t match the written law. Power-sharing, rule of law...

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Simulation Game Development: Flight & Migration in Europe

One of the biggest learning-platforms in Germany approached us and ordered a simulation game on the topic of migration in the context of the European Union. As the topic is top priority on the political agenda, circumstances are changing fast and...

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Training Course: Peace and Conflict Consultant

The training course Peace and Conflict Consultant aims to train young people from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to improve civic conflict solving process in the countries of the Eastern Partnership. In order to achieve this aim...

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Forum Civil Peace Service Königswinter

For the third time the The Academy for Conflict Transformation in the Forum Civil Peace Service invited CRISP to conduct a Conflict Simulation as part of the Full-Time Course in Peace and Conflict Work. During four days the participants had the...

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Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan

The project ‘Peaceful Dialog – Fighting Religious Extremism in Kyrgyzstan’ is the continuation of the project ‘Peaceful Dialogue in Kyrgyzstan’. Building on results and initiated processes of the 2015 cycle the participants of this year’s project...

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Shaping Caucasus

Given the lack of involvement of the youth in politics of Russia and the Caucasus region, this project aims at increasing capacities among the youth for it to be able to communicate and advocate their needs more effectively to the government. For...

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Training: Conflict advisor in the area of work with refugees

The aim of the project was to place the integration of internally displaced persons (IDPs) on the political agenda in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine.To achieve this goal the project focused on the training of multipliers or mediators to...

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Peace and Conflict Consultant

The project is dedicated to train local experts from the involved countries in the field of peace and conflict work. Through the training the participants should gain the tools to increase the quality and flexibility of local conflict management...

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Workshops: Politik_Lab. Demokratie 2.0

The Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation invited us to the event „Politik_Lab. Demokratie 2.0” in Hamburg. During the event we organized three different workshops, on the topics of “Energy and Peace”, “Integration” and the “Arab spring in Egypt”. During all...

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Introduction to peacebuilding & conflict management

Participants got introduced to the general concept of peace building and conflict management. Furthermore participants learned different methods of conflict management on a very practical level.In participating in this workshop participants...

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Simulation Game: Tandera at the University of Tampere (Finland)

Our former assistant Babett, student at the University of Tampere, asked us to introduce our simulation game “Tandera” into her course “Peace Mediation and National Dialogues”. We developed a didactical framework to embed the simulation game into...

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Peaceful Coexistence

The overall goal of the project ‘‘Youth for Peaceful Coexistence‘‘, was to provide the space for young participants to discuss different realities, problems and challenges, concerning integration, marginalization and stigmatization, to introduce...

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