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Online workshop focusing on the role of racism in volunteer work

Between November 13 -15, CRISP offered a three-day online workshop focusing on the role of racism in volunteer work in the context of flight and migration for volunteers in Germany. 

The implementation of Magadif developed as part of our project Y-LEAD came to a successful end

Our simulation game Magadif that aimed to foster cooperation between different sectors in society proved successful in demonstrating the significance of networking.
 

Our very first online workshop in collaboration with Amnesty International Algiers

We implemented our follow up CCP-Synergy project funded by IFA in the form of an online exchange between CRISP and Amnesty International Algiers. 

Games for Goals initiative receiving recognition on Egyptian media platforms

“Games for Goals” initiative is implemented under our Y-LEAD program, where they designed the very first game that aims to combat the Covid – 19 pandemic through creative methods.
 

Second Online Training on Peaceful Conflict Transformation

In October, we have conducted our second online training on the Peaceful Conflict Transformation.

Hidden Memories – Follow up

Historical Memory, Truth and Trust

¿Quiénes somos? - our infopaper in Spanish

The infopaper gives a brief overview of our work and us as an organization. Now available also in Spanish.

CRISP is glad to welcome our new intern Umeda who is supporting us remotely from Tajikistan for 3 months

In the framework of our cooperation with ifa Cross Culture Programme, CRISP is welcoming Umeda, a Cross Cultural Fellow from Tajikistan.

Our Assistant: Justine Bitam

Justine will support CRISP e.V. for three months until December 2020. She is currently enrolled as a student of Peace and Conflict Studies at Philipps University Marburg in Germany. Before she was a student of a French-German Double Degree Program in...

Internal Monitoring 2020

The developments of the last half a year brought many changes to our work, as of course to everyone else. Therefore, at our recent Internal Monitoring we had a very lively discussion about the current state of the ongoing projects and tasks, as well...

Blended Training for SIMschool Project: Reformatting Training Process for Human Rights Education

Travel limitations inspire us to search for new ways of staying in touch with our participants.

Women Focused Networks from South Caucasus develop capacities in “women rights as human rights”

The first capacity building workshop of our follow-up project “Women Focused Networks 2020" took place during the last week of August with women from Armenia, Azerbadjian & Gerogia.