We have been developing simulation games since 2007 and we are still loving it. Our committment to the method exhibits our conviction in the powerful benefits of simulation gaming as a learning-tool.
Our simulation games encompass a plethora of issues. We specialise in political and social conflicts and seek to develop adequate simulation games for local needs, which can range from local community issues to regional and international conflicts. Over the past years we have developed simulation games on many different topics. In general they fall into the following categories:Conflict Transformation, Civic Education and Citizen Participation.
We have worked with numerous organizations on a broad array of topics and with heterogenous target groups in Germany and abroad. The different formats of our simulation games vary from 4 hours to 3 days and from 8 participants to 40.
A simulation game replicates a segment of reality. The participants take on a role and approach with a specific problem, interactively and through means of play.
Within a given scenario the participants are challenged to deal with political and social problems by taking over the role of a stakeholder in the respective conflict.
It is mportant for us to show different possibilities for civil society to influence the political processes. Our goal is to promote an active and critical citizenry.
Here you find an overview of all the simulation games, developed by CRISP.
A short summary on the benefits of simulation games.