CRISP - Crisis Simulation for Peace e.V.

CRISP – Conflict Transformation and Civic Education

Youth, identity and Employability: Seminar in Madrid

At the end of August we had the third meeting of our project ‚Youth, identity and Employability ‘in the Impact Hub in Madrid. This project is organized and implemented by our EVS volunteers Zina El Nahel and Armani Gambaryan.

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Skopje-Workshop "Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe"

We just finished the first regional workshop from our project „Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe“ in Skopje last week and we are really happy that it worked out great. We would like to thank our partners and participants from Germany, Greece,...

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Seminar in Lisbon

At the end July we had the second meeting of our project ‚Youth, identity and Employability ‘in Lisbon. The project is organized and implemented by our EVS volunteers.

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Call for applications: Training Course Peace + Conflict Consultant

Finally we are able to announce our Training Course on Conflict Management. The Training Course is dedicated to participants form Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. From today until the 16.08.2015 you can apply and become one...

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Fighting Corruption in Belarus

Vilnius, 06. July 2015. In cooperation with our long-term partner SILC (Swedish International Liberal Center) we conducted a 4-days-workshop in Vilnius, Lithunia with 21 participants from different regions of Belarus. This year the workshop focused...

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Egypt – A Vision for Egypt 2025

Beginning of June we had in Egypt the midterm Evaluation Seminar of our Project –A Vision for Egypt 2025. We evaluated the Simulation Game ‘’El Wasaaya’’ that we designed together with the participants in April.

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'Peace Dialogue' workshops Kyrgyzstan

At the end of May and the beginning of June we had continuation of our project ‚Peaceful Dialogue’ in Kyrgyzstan. The simulation game on fighting religious extremism was conducted in Osh, Jalalabad and Issyk Kul.

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