Newsletter October 2019

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

Dear partners, supporters and friends,

Another three months have past and a lot of things have happened at CRISP; our project on local councils in Egypt continues, in Jordan we were able to develop a new simulation game focusing on social challenges and we brought together women from Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia to create a network to tackle issues of women’s rights. Furthermore, we are grateful for a successful study visit of Georgian teachers to Berlin, with whom we’ve developed several simulation games on civic education.

In Germany we’ve been implementing different activities on right-wing-populism for different groups, for example young soldiers from the Bundeswehr. Our partnership with the Diplomats Academy of the German Federal Foreign Office continues and we conducted several simulation games as part of their training courses. Recent topics have included regional integration, conflict transformation and cybersecurity.

Additionally, we were happy to welcome our partners Nassim from Algeria and Ulugbek from Kyrgyzstan here in Berlin. Nassim works for Amnesty International Algeria, and Ulugbek just established an NGO working on conflict transformation in Kyrgyzstan using the method of simulation gaming.

This newsletter is intended to give you an overview of our latest activities so you can easily identify opportunities for partnering up with us. If you are interested in closer cooperation with CRISP, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

We hope you are doing fine and we are looking forward to seeing many of you at our upcoming activities.

Best regards from Berlin,

Read the October 2019 Newsletter in full here