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Newsletter December 2018

Here you find the summary of our activities during the last three months.

Nadi El Mohakah's New Website

We are excited to announce the launch of Nadi El Mohakah website!

New Intern Tobias Rieth

CRISP is happy to welcome our new intern Tobias. He will assist us in our work for the next 3 months.

Young Leaders of UNDP develop a new National Youth Policy

Just some days before Christmas we were invited to facilitate one day at the regional forum of UNDP’s Youth Leadership Programme (YLP4) “Innovating for Sustainable Impact” in Tunis.

Implementation of Syria simulation game

From the 10th until the 11th of November we conducted the simulation game “Syria” in cooperation with Al Sharq and Hometown Hannover in Hannovers biggest community-centre.

Closing SET-Project-Series in Egypt

We celebrated our project-series SET (2012 - 2018) in Egypt. Together with more than 200 guests, we reviewed the last exiting six years and presented the new entity Nadi El Mohake Foundation (Simulation Gamers Club, Egypt) to the public.

K2Games - Call for Participation

CRISP has teamed up with three organizations from Romania, Italy and Lithuania to develop a set of simulation and board games for environmental education in Europe. The games will be accompanied by a user guide and published online for free...

Evaluation Seminar in Kyrgyzstan

To wrap up the 2018 Peace and Conflict Consultants project, an evaulation seminar was held in Bishkek.

Quo Vadis European Union? – as seen by Iraqi Diplomats

On the 22nd and 23rd of November we have implemented our updated simulation game, ‘Quo Vadis EU’ for twelve participants of the international diplomats’ training from Iraq.

New Look

We’ve developed a lot over the last months, new office, new colleagues, new projects – finally we also have new pictures.

Academy for Conflict Transformation

During the 9-Week-Training-Workshop for peace and conflict workers we implemented one of our most complex simulation games, so the participants could test their acquired knowledge.

Implementation of “Kodori” simulation game with international diplomats

As part of the “10th International Diplomatic Re-invitation Programme” 17 diplomats and participants of the International Parliamentary Fellowship Programme took part in our simulation game Kodori at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.