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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...

Online Simulation for the Young Policy Advisor Course of OSCE

In the framework of the Young Policy Advisors Course organized by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) we developed and conducted a simulation game on the role of the OSCE in mitigating climate change related risks....

Women Focused Networks – Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

This CRISP project worked with women in the South Caucasus in strengthening their human rights education and in addressing women’s rights violations in their communities. The project carried the activities of its predecessor from 2019 forward by...

Upgrading the knowledge before the end of the year

Online course on peaceful conflict transformation

2019 Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index, Middle East and North Africa Region: Egypt Country Report

Our esteemed partner in Egypt, Center for Development Services, took part in the development of the country report for 2019 Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index.
 

Yet another successful event under our project Y-Lead – The Closing Ceremony

After two years of hard work and dedication, we are very happy to announce the news about the closing ceremony of our project Y-Lead.

Workshop on Complexity Management for Civil Servants

Between 13th and 15th of July, we had the opportunity to carry out a workshop on complexity management as part of a leadership training course for civil servants from various ministries of the federal state of Thuringia.

Youth Participation in Kyrgyzstan

Within the framework of the GIZ Project “Prospects for Youth” we conducted a consultancy aiming at enhancing youth participation on a communal level. The activities included among others the development of a tailor-made simulation game and the...

Organizational Development in Kyrgyzstan

Throughout the year we conducted an organizational development process for our partners “Institute for Peace and Development” (IPD) in Kyrgyzstan.