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To wrap up the 2018 Peace and Conflict Consultants project, an evaulation seminar was held in Bishkek.

On the 22nd and 23rd of November we have implemented our updated simulation game, ‘Quo Vadis EU’ for twelve participants of the international diplomats’ training from Iraq.

Internal
06.12.2018

New Look

We’ve developed a lot over the last months, new office, new colleagues, new projects – finally we also have new pictures.

During the 9-Week-Training-Workshop for peace and conflict workers we implemented one of our most complex simulation games, so the participants could test their acquired knowledge.

As part of the “10th International Diplomatic Re-invitation Programme” 17 diplomats and participants of the International Parliamentary Fellowship Programme took part in our simulation game Kodori at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

16. November is our professional celebration day!

Twenty three Cross Cultural Interns played the simulation game Transolvia to learn about civil society.

Europe
15.11.2018

Finals!

As this year’s PCC program comes to an end we are also celebrating the closure of our 4 year commitment to training our Peace and Conflict Consultants program.

Mariia has joined our team in October and will be supporting us until the end of December. A warm welcome from CRISP!

Internal
31.10.2018

New Intern Anatolii Dirun

In October we have welcomed our new intern Anatolii Dirun, who is taking part in the Cross Culture Internship Program. He will be joining our team for two months.

Internal
25.10.2018

New Intern Gyenom Lambat

Student intern Gyenom Lambat from Nigeria arrives at CRISP.

Internal
09.10.2018

Newsletter October 2018

Here you find the summary of our activities during the last three months

Middle East/ Northern Africa
08.10.2018

HakhodHa’ay - I will take my Right

HakhodHa’ay is an initaitive against Gender-Based-Violence that was developed and implemented in the course of our project SET-5.

26 Kyrgyz participants gathered again to develop peacebuilding initiatives for their communities.

As part of the “Training for International Diplomats”, 16 young diplomats from Latin America and the Caribbean took part in our simulation game at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

Middle East/ Northern Africa
27.09.2018

Milestone: Nadi El Mohake becoming an independent network

CRISP, the Center for Development Services (CDS) and the Simulation Gamers Club Egypt (SimClub) came together for a workshop on “fundraising and planning” in Cairo from 16th until 20th of September.