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Quo Vadis Ukraine?

Officers of the German Federal Army participated in a simulation game about the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Final Conference of E+ Youth-Activizenship Project

This November, CRISP, in partnership with East-West Lab / Laboratorio Oriente-Occidente (Youth NGO), held the final conference of a year-long Erasmus+ project “E+ Youth-Activizenship” at the Head Office of the Open Society Foundations in Berlin.

New Simulation Game "Ard El-Azm"

Over the course of our project "A Vision for Jordanian Youth 2030" with the Center for Development Services (CDS) and Motivators For Training, we developed the simulation game "Ard EI-Azm".

Simulation Game with Palestinian Diplomats

Palestinian diplomats participating in the German Federal Foreign Office's International Diplomats Academy participated in a simulation game on conflict transformation.

Simulation Game „Tandera“ for Young Activists in Bochum

Young people from the entire Germany took part in a simulation game as a part of a three-day conference YOU:KO 2019 in Bochum.

Newsletter October 2019

Another three months have past and a lot of things have happened at CRISP.

Seminarausschreibung

Do-No-Harm in conflict settings - Wie können wir sicherstellen, dass unsere Arbeit zum Frieden und nicht zum Konflikt beiträgt?

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Simulation Game at Diplomats Academy of the Federal Foreign Office

Diplomats from Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and China engaged in a simulation game during their time at the Diplomats Academy of the Federal Foreign Office.

First Visit from Algeria for the CCP Synergy project

Nassim Oughlassi, an Activism Coordinator from Amnesty International Algeria, visited CRISP and was introduced to the simulation game methodology.

New Simulation Game: Botany - Ethical Debates in Cybersecurity with Participants from the International Futures Program

In the scope of the International Futures Program,  implemented by the German Federal Foreign Office in cooperation with “German Society for Foreign Policy” (DGAP),  CRISP had the pleasure to implement a simulation game on the complexity of...