Education to Citizenship in Warsaw

Education to Citizenship in Warsaw

One more round of workshops from the Education to Citizenship project took place in the last weekend of June in Warsaw, Poland. This time around the host of the workshops was Jasna 10: Społeczna Instytucja Kultury Krytyki Politycznej

Similarly to the workshops that were held in the beginning of June in Katowice, the session in Warsaw was an advanced course on team building and leadership. Importantly, participants also got a chance to play a demo version of a community organising game – the After Fantasy.

The simulation places players in a fantastical world where they are surrounded by beasts and races that cannot be seen in a real world. Though at first glance, the world in the simulation is completely different, the situation serves as a metaphor for the reality we are living in. A common threat or goal represented in the simulation by a mystical beast, can represent a number of global and local challenges, and makes it easier to engage in a simulation with more varied groups. 

The workshops were organised together with the project partners Common Thing Foundation (Fundacja Rzecz Społeczna), Stanisław Brzozowski Association (Krytyka Polityczna) and Phronesis SA. “Education for Citizenship” benefits from funding of EUR 171,017 received from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway in the EEA Funds.

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