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Dear partners and friends,

we sincerely hope you, your families and colleagues are doing fine. For all of us, the last months have been challenging and we had to adapt quickly to the new environment. We hope you’ve found a way to manage.

Since March 2020, CRISP is mostly working in Homeoffice. It took us a while to get used to the new situation, as we had to re-schedule our activities. Thanks to the commitment of our partners and due to the mutual trust we are confident  to find ways to implement our activities during the the second half of the year and reach the impact we are thriving for. 

Furthermore, we used the time in the last weeks to develop new online formats, such as for example a Training-Course on Conflict Transformation. Furthermore, we have been wrapping up the results of our ongoing projects, which you can find below.

Enjoy this newsletter and feel free to get in touch with us, whenever you think there’s a chance for closer cooperation.

Best regards,

The CRISP-Team

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CRISP offers Online Training on Peaceful Conflict Transformation in August/September this year!

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 will jointly explore basic concepts of peace, conflict and violence. Interested? Read on to find out more.
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Follow up CCP- Synergy project approved with our partners in Algeria andTunisia

In collaboration with Amnesty International Algeria and Jeunes Leaders deTunis, we are going to implement our follow up CCP- Synergy project funded by IFA.
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Simulation Game Development - solving socio-environmental conflicts in the Bolivian Lowlands

In cooperation with Civil Peace Service (CPS) we aim to contribute to Bolivia’s efforts in promoting sustainable and peaceful management of environmental land and resource conflicts by supplementing GIZ Bolivia’s training course on transformation of socio-environmental conflicts with a simulation game.
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UN Security council simulation at the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnamem

Continuing our cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Diplomatic Academy in Vietnam, we developed a simulation game on the Peacekeeping Mission MINUSMA in Mali.
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‘Magadif’ a new simulation game that aims to foster cooperation between different sectors in society.

We always want to keep our audience updated with our latest work. So here is our newly developed simulation game under our project Y-LEAD, in cooperation with our partners in Egypt; the Center for Development Services (CDS) and Nadi el Mohakah Foundation (NMF).
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Egyptian Youth is empowered to run for Local Council Elections.

In the course of Y-LEAD, we’ve trained more than 3.000 participants in 23 different governorates. A total of 375 have the potential to run for Local Councils.
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Three new Policy Papers from Egypt

Beneficiaries of Y-LEAD created policy papers on the topics of Volunteerism, Women and Political empowerment.
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Short documentaries about local initiatives in Egypt

The beneficiaries of our project Y-LEAD, have planned, developed and implemented their own local initiatives in 14 governorates.
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Simulation Game on the future of youth participation structures in Germany

In the framework of a research project conducted by the German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM) we developed a simulation game on representation of young people with migration biography in the formal youth participation structures of Germany.
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External Financial Audit

As in the previous years, we opened our books for an external financial audit.
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Virtual Office Meeting

Challenges and Chances in the Quarantine.
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