CRISP - Crisis Simulation for Peace e.V.



CRISP 2020/21: Strategy Meeting

We had a great start to the new year: from the 21st to the 22nd of January, we held our annual team strategy meeting, mapping out our activities and trying to think out of the box for the months ahead.

Newsletter October 2019

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

YLEAD project - Local initiatives - Training of trainers took place in Cairo

From the 30th of August until the 2nd of September CRISP co-facilitated a training of trainers together with our partners from CDS

Conflict transformation training with diplomats from the Western Balkans

In the scope of the training for international diplomats (German Federal Foreign Office) in Berlin, CRISP has implemented the Simulation Game, Kodori, dealing with conflict transformation for diplomats from the Western Balkans.

National Youth Policy in Bahrain

CRISP goes Bahrain: our first activity in the Gulf region.

Newsletter July 2019

As usual we have been quite busy over the last three months.

Job Advertisement

Currently we are looking for a student assistant who supports our public relations department. Moreover, that person should also have some skills and experiences in layouting documents, etc. 

Berlin Summer Dialogue 2019 - The role of external actors in the MENA region

From 18th - 19th of June, CRISP participated in the “Berlin Summer Dialogue 2019 Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Window of Opportunity? The role of external actors in the MENA region”

Women Focused Networks first training in Georgia

Women participants from Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan came together for the first training of the project Women Focused Networks South Caucasus.

CRISP goes Vietnam

Last month we had the pleasure to implement a simulation game for the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam (DAV) in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Citizen Participation in Chile

In cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Chile we conducted a workshop-series for students and young politicians on the topic of citizen participation in April 2019.