It is a tradition of CRISP to organize a summer party and invite friends and partner organizations to share some pleasant moments of our work.
Simulation Game at the European Academy Sankelmark
Support from the Ministry of Political and Parliamentary Affairs in Jordan for our project ‘A Vision for Jordanian Youth 2030’
In the scope of the training for international diplomats (German Federal Foreign Office) in Berlin, CRISP has implemented the Simulation Game, Kodori, dealing with conflict transformation for diplomats from the Western Balkans.
CRISP goes Bahrain: our first activity in the Gulf region.
For the first time, 19 participants from 4 different governorates across Jordan came together to develop the first Jordanian simulation game.
In July we developed the very first Simulation Game on Local Councils in Egypt in cooperation with Nadi El Mohake.
We are steadily progressing in the Kyrgyz project
As usual we have been quite busy over the last three months.
Twelve state employees learned about complexity theory and management.
Currently we are looking for a student assistant who supports our public relations department. Moreover, that person should also have some skills and experiences in layouting documents, etc.
CRISP is growing not only in terms of project activities and staff, but also when it comes to our annual turnover. That is why, we decided to open our books for an external financial auditing.
From 18th - 19th of June, CRISP participated in the “Berlin Summer Dialogue 2019 Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Window of Opportunity? The role of external actors in the MENA region”
Civic Education teachers from all over Georgia came together to learn about simulation gaming.
Anastasiia Halyko joins the CRISP team as a member of the European Solidarity Corps.
Women participants from Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan came together for the first training of the project Women Focused Networks South Caucasus.