We had received many responses to the call for applications that we had published in December. As a result, CRISP has travelled to the training course in Cluj (Romania) with a full delegation of five persons.
The a seven-day training brought together youth workers from Romania, Italy, Lithuania and Germany who have received an introduction to non-formal education, environmental health and game development. As a second step, participants have formed teams and started developing game scenarios together. At the moment, the simulation and board games are still in their development stage.
During the training, CRISP has provided expertise in simulation game development.