For this year’s evaluation seminar of our Peace and Conflict Consultant program we gathered our PCC’s in Odessa to reflect on the activities of 2017.
We almost cannot believe it ourselves, but calendars are not lying and a look in the mirror also proves it: CRISP is 10. It has been an amazing journey and looking back brings up plenty of moments we will never forget.
In October, we gathered together with our local trainers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia Moldova, Ukraine and Russia, in order to have the mid-term evaluation of the local implementation phases.
Our project Hidden Memories entered its crucial phase. Within the next months, we will finalize the content and the programming of the smartphone-app, before we will celebrate the official launch during the anniversary of the Maidan-Events on 21.…
Hidden memories will be exposed
We, together with inmedio (Berlin) and CSSP (Berlin) hosted the networking conference for the Networking Eastern Partnership and Russia 2017 in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office.
A new project comes with new challenges. Last week we had the first meeting with our participants and we assured the co-financing. So we are ready to go.
In the framework of CRISP long-term project „Peace and Conflict Consultants“ (PCC) the Azerbaijani team delivered their first local workshop on 27-28 May with 30 participants in Shaki, Azerbaijan.
CRISP started a further phase of the long-term project „Peace and Conflict Consultants“ (PCC) in Vadui lui Voda, Moldova
Inspired by a new idea - creating an App (for smartphones) with cultural revitalization of events on Ukrainian Maidan 2013/2014 - CRISP held a Kick-Off-Meeting for the new project “Hidden Memories”.
On the 1st of March our new project coordinator and colleague, Erzsébet Lajos, has started working in our office in Berlin.
Since Monday 20.03.2017 we have a new colleague. Kateryna Pavlova from Ukraine joined our team at the headquarter in Berlin.
In cooperation with inmedio [Berlin] and CSSP [Berlin], we invited different German organizations to take part in a Roundtable-Discussion, in order to coordinate our individual activities in Ukraine.
The project series Peace+Conflict Consultant is continuing: in order to bring our participants together with stakeholders from the peacebuilding sector we invited them to Berlin for 5 days
At the end of September 2016, twelve young peacebuilders from six different countries got together in Kiev, in order to plan their local projects in the context of the project Peace + Conflict Consultant.
From November 10-16 2015, 22 young peace builders from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine met once more in Bakuriani, Georgia in order to participate in the third module of the training course called “Peace and Conflict…