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From 16 to 20 May, CRISP in partnership with the OSCE Academy in Bishkek conducted the Certificate Training in Peace and Conflict for junior and mid-level professionals from civil society, NGOs, and governmental organizations. The training provided…

Training about Peace Negotiations at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin


Newsletter June 2021

Newsletter Updates - June 2021


Newsletter March 2021

Newsletter Updates - March 2021


Newsletter December 2020

Newsletter Updates - December 2020

Within the framework of the GIZ Project “Prospects for Youth” we conducted a consultancy aiming at enhancing youth participation on a communal level. The activities included among others the development of a tailor-made simulation game and the…

Throughout the year we conducted an organizational development process for our partners “Institute for Peace and Development” (IPD) in Kyrgyzstan.


Newsletter June 2020

Newsletter Updates - June 2020

Currently, we are working on an online platform that will make the actual project management of your projects much more efficient and at the same time offers innovative tools on how to measure their impact.

Between 25 August and 8 September CRISP will offer its first online training. In the training on Peaceful Conflict Transformation we would like to share with you our more than 10 years of experience in this field. In four interactive sessions, we…


Newsletter March 2020

What we did before we had to move into our Homeoffices.


CRISP 2020/21: Strategy Meeting

We had a great start to the new year: from the 21st to the 22nd of January, we held our annual team strategy meeting, mapping out our activities and trying to think out of the box for the months ahead.


Newsletter January 2020

Best wishes for 2020 from CRISP.

The last activity of our project in Kyrgyzstan was very fruitful, but we are also a bit sad to see it come to an end.


Newsletter October 2019

Another three months have past and a lot of things have happened at CRISP.

We are steadily progressing in the Kyrgyz project