Very exciting shooting days spent by our team preparing educational videos for Yemeni Youth for a Conflict Transformation Course.
In June we finished our third on-site training week of the UN Youth Delegate Program in Sudan. Together with our partner Sudia, our delegates have brainstormed ideas on a joint vision and embarked on university and school visits across the country to…
A tailor made simulation game with the aim of strengthening the local capacities of Yemeni youth in in peacebuilding and conflict transformation
Within our consultancy for GIZ INDIGO in Palestine we conducted a Training of Trainers in Ramallah end of May. 20 well experienced facilitators from 10 municipalities attended the four-day training program.
CRISP is working together with Sudan Youth Organization for Climate Change (SYOCC), facilitating on-site training for the country’s first generation that is participating in the UN Youth Delegates Program.
Together with the Center for Development Services (Egypt) and Nadi El Mohakah Foundation (NMF, Egypt) we successfully put together a tailored made simulation game ot fit the goals and objectives of the Equal Opportunities and Social development…
Our project “Masarna” officially came to an end with the successful implementation of the final evaluation workshop and the closing event.
In partnership with Khalil El Masry, our CCP intern and representative of the Egyptian NGO Selmeya, the resilience building workshop “Wasl” also “Connections” in English was developed to guide Egyptian youth through a journey of reflection, self…
In collaboration with GIZ, CRISP will complement GIZ’s effort in implementing “Equal Opportunities and Social Development” (EOSD) project in Egypt that enforces the social participation of youth, specially women and people with disabilities.
The USAID, International Center for Non-profit Law (ICNL) and FHI 360 collaborated with active CSOs from the MENA region -including our Egyptian partner CDS- to develop the 9th edition of CSO Sustainability Index for the MENA region in 2020.
Together with Khalil El-Masry from Egypt, we are developing a self-learning course to increase resilience among young people in Egypt. We intend to have the course up and running by November 2021.
In the joint effort to launch Y-Lead phase ll: Creating virtual spaces for active citizenship, CRISP and CDS held a 3-day kick-off meeting
After the success of our project titled ‘Y-Lead Civic Spaces for Active Citizenship’, CRISP launches a follow up phase: Y-lead Virtual Spaces for Active Citizenship, in collaboration with Egyptian partner CDS.
Newsletter Updates - June 2021