The project participants are Georgian civic education teachers. They have already taken part in the first phase when one of the CRISP members held a training in Tbilisi, Georgia, intoducing the group to a simulation game Bribania. To know more about this event, click here. crisp-berlin.org/news/new/civic-education-simulation-for-georgian-schools-1st-training/
The second part of the project started on Friday, August 9, 2019, and during these 3 days the participants have already learned some theory necessary to create their own games. A total of 3 simulation games and a method manual for the Georgian school context are being developed right now! The topics are local action plans for more youth participation on local level, inter-group ethnic conflicts, and political participation on local level on example of environmental protection. Check out some of the highlights on our Facebook page!