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New Project "TAYA" will train European Youth Workers in anti-discrimination-education

TAYA -Training Active Youth Workers in Anti-Discrimination-Education aims at enabling European youth workers to address topics related to discrimination and racism among their target groups and qualifying them to carry out educational activities that...

Supporting a New Constitution in Chile

CRISP celebrates a historic watershed in Chile by empowering youth through the Constituent Convention and beyond.

Simulation Game on Transitional Justice and Collective Memory

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

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....

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.

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....

Online Simulation on Climate Change for ODIHR

30 young leaders from 17 countries took part in our online simulation game “NISIA – Climate induced conflicts”.

¿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.

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.