Webinar: Simulation Games and the Constitutional Process in Chile

On the 15th of September we conducted a webinar together with our local partners in Chile. We presented our project PRESENTES, as well as our methodological approach and discussed its potentials. 

On the 15th of September we conducted a webinar together with our local partners in Chile. We presented our project PRESENTES, as well as our methodological approach and discussed its potentials. 

 

After four months of planning and developing the simulation game, our project PRESENTES has entered the implementation phase. Since the very beginning and currently even more, the project have received a lot of interest from different organizations and actors in Chile. Simulation game have the potential to help its participants to develop tools for political participations and democratic dialog, which is particularly relevant in the current political process in Chile. In this webinar we exchanged ideas on the potential of simulation games not only regarding the engagement of youth in the Constitutional process, but also for increasing their perception of ownership of the new Constitution.

 

Together with the Metropolitan University of Educational Sciences, Observa Cuidadanía and Momento Constituyente, we discussed our as well as other methodological approaches for civic education in general and regarding the constitutional process in particular. 

 

You can find the full webinar here