Our local partner in Egypt Nadi El-Mohaka Foundation is looking for an executive manager in Cairo, Egypt.
We are happy to welcome at our organization Ikram Ais, our new intern, who is taking part in the Cross Culture Internship Program of ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen).
ALDA – The European Association for Local Democracy - focuses on activities facilitating cooperation between local authorities and civil society.
Project Documentation of our 'Peace and Conflict Consultant' project in Kyrgyzstan got published.
We are looking for a volunteer from Ukraine to join our team for one year within European Solidarity Corps (former EVS). The planned date of start is May 2019. Deadline for applications: 3.3.2019.
CRISP, in cooperation with the Society for Responsible Consumption (Romania), Insight_epd (Italy), and the European Environment and Health Youth Coalition (Lithuania) has implemented a training course on game development in the frame of the Project,…
CRISP travelled to Nigeria to meet with its partner organization and stakeholders.
The two executive directors of CRISP travelled to Brussels in order to present our work and to find some new partners.
We are very happy to present our new Infopaper for 2019. Here you can find brief information about CRISP background, aims, goals, methods, projects and our achievements.
Here you find the summary of our activities during the last three months.
We are excited to announce the launch of Nadi El Mohakah website!
CRISP is happy to welcome our new intern Tobias. He will assist us in our work for the next 3 months.
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.
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.
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.
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…