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Simulation Game on Right-Wing Populism and Freedom of Speech

In partnership with the Deutsche Welle Akademie we conducted the online workshop "Understanding the World through Play - Teaching Media competence through Educational Games" on February 26, 2021.
 
In order to illustrate how this complex topic can be...

Simulation Game on Transitional Justice and Collective Memory

CRISP now offers a simulation game on the topic of transitional justice

Developing an Online Peacebuilding Quiz

In the framework of the Project Peace Support for Yemen (PPSY) implemented by the GIZ, we are in the process of developing an online peace-building quiz. The quiz addresses young Yemeni citizens and aims at educating them on peace, conflict and...

Introducing Tyt Andreiev

The new year begins with one more EVS volunteer at our organization. In February we welcomed Tyt – our volunteer from Ukraine. Tyt is a graduate in Ukrainian law. During his study at the university, he has participated in many national and...

Testing phase of “Hidden Memories – Follow-up” has started!

These days, the most interesting history lessons are taking place in Ukrainian schools. That is because the project “Hidden Memories. Follow-up” shifted from its theoretical part to practice, and its participants started testing pedagogical modules...

Job Advertisement: Internship/ Student Assistant/ Traineeship

For our latest project in Chile, we are currently looking for an intern to support us in our Berlin office (or from your home office). After the first three months, the aim is to convert the internship into a position for a student assistant....

Wer regiert Deutschland 2021

Anlässlich des „Superwahljahres“ 2021 haben wir ein neues Smartphone-gestütztes Planspiel entwickelt: „Wer regiert Deutschland 2021“. Darin führen die Teilnehmenden Koalitionsverhandlungen und versuchen eine neue Regierung zu bilden.

Simulation Game Design for Police in North Rhine-Westphalia

We did the graphical realization and design of a simulation game for the Human Resource Department of the Police in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Introducing Dina Farid

Dina is a Mass Communication graduate. She worked as a Teaching Assistant for three years, and in parallel took part in several initiatives that serve her passion: education development and child rights.
In college, she co-founded an initiative...

CRISP has successfully developed a simulation game aiming to solve socio-environmental conflicts in Bolivia

The simulation game “Terra Incognita” (TI) will be part of GIZ Bolivia’s training course on transformation of socio-environmental conflicts.

Strategy Meeting 2021

The world changed dramatically the last year, many activities were cancelled, others postponed, but not CRISP’s traditional annual Strategy Meeting. During several online sessions, our team discussed the achievements and ambitious plans for the next...

Do No Harm in Conflict Settings – Revised Edition

How can we make sure our work contributes to peace instead of conflict? CRISP has successfully conducted an online workshop with a focus on the Do No Harm approach, its shortcomings and complementary concepts of postcolonial and critical whiteness...