All News

In reaction to the current events and developments in Europe, we have updated our Simulation Game Taberlingen, that deals with the question of migration, integration and exclusion on a local level in Germany.

For the “Leadership Academy” of the German Army (Bundeswehr) we conducted a Workshop on improving civil-military cooperation.

Middle East/ Northern Africa
17.09.2018

Simulation Game on Gender Equality in Egypt

The development of a new game by Nadi El Mohakah and starting of the cooperation with local authority (the Ministry of Youth and Sports).

The current political landscapes are changing fastly. From this derives the need for peacebuilders to develop a more strategic approach to their long-term endeavour.

Internal
29.08.2018

Office Warming Party

Thank you to all friends and partners for attending our office warming party and congratulations on the 10th anniversary!

Internal
16.08.2018

New colleague Nathalie

We are very glad to welcome our new project coordinator Natalie Rücker who joined us this August and will support our numerous projects.

During the period between July and September we have support from Valerie who is doing a great job in assisting us in doing research for our simulation game development.

As our activities in the frame of the cooperation with DVV Kyrgyzstan are coming to an end, we have conducted an evaluation and reflection seminar in Bishkek to review the initiatives implemented in the past four months.

Deutschlandradio about CRISP and our app “Hidden Memories”

Information about CRISP´s work in the international cooperation at a glance.

In June, 26 Kyrgyz participants started their training to become Peace and Conflict Consultants.

Internal
03.07.2018

Current Newsletter

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

After nine years we have (finally!!!) moved to a bigger and brighter office - just on the other side of the former airfield Tempelhof.

On the 11th of June we conducted our newest simulation game about the UN Security Council Reform with 16 young diplomats from Laos and Cambodia.

We conducted a simulation game on the conflict in Syria in cooperation with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the university of Marburg (Germany).

Is peacebuilding everybody´s business? Should trainings for peacebuilders be standardized? These and other questions become a centre of this year project