Can games help us understand the complex reality and entangle global issues often too big to fully comprehend? 

Can games help us understand the complex reality and entangle global issues often too big to fully comprehend? 

In today's interconnected world, grappling with complex global issues can often feel like trying to untangle a knot with no end in sight. However, in recent years, an unexpected ally has emerged in this battle for understanding: serious games....

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Farmer Protests in Brussels during “Food Alert” Workshop

Farmer Protests in Brussels during “Food Alert” Workshop

On February 1, 2 in Brussels, Belgium, together with our Project Partners Sciences Po, Prospero & Partners, Chatham House , European Policy Centre and INRAE organised a food crisis simulation expert workshop just as angry European farmers were closing...

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Feel the Magic of Collaboration: (After)Fantasy Simulation

Feel the Magic of Collaboration: (After)Fantasy Simulation

At the turn of November and December, we organised a unique two-day workshop Education to Citizenship – Feel the Magic of Collaboration! in EkoCentrum, Wrocław. The workshop featured the (After)Fantasy simulation, and demonstrated that complex problems can be addressed...

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Learnings from the NetZeroCities Winter School

Learnings from the NetZeroCities Winter School

In late November, Noam participated in the NetZeroCities Budapest Winter School. The winter school facilitated stronger connections among cities and individuals who share a common vision of achieving carbon neutrality. The project plays a key role in the EU’s...

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Social Simulations – a transformative tool for project management

Social Simulations – a transformative tool for project management

In a recent workshop that took place at the Project Management Institute Poland Chapter in Warsaw (Poland), participants interested to gain new insights on project management, explored how social simulations can be used to navigate the complexities of change. Social...

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Updates after the first year of PARATUS Project

Updates after the first year of PARATUS Project

The PARATUS General Assembly recently took place in Antalya, Turkiye. During two days of collaborative discussions and updates from the work of each Project’s Work Package, we gained new insights on the progress in research in the application case...

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CASCADES Final Conference – tackling cross-border climate impacts

CASCADES Final Conference – tackling cross-border climate impacts

In mid-October, a diverse assembly of 150 scientists from around the globe convened for the CASCADES final conference dedicated to the issue of cross-border climate impacts and risks. Over three days, participants from various disciplines collaborated to enhance our...

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A Platform for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction

A Platform for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction

PARATUS is a project that aims to promote disaster preparedness and resilience byco-developing stakeholder support tools for managing the systemic risk of compounding disasters. PARATUS is a Horizon Europe-funded project that aims to increase the preparedness of first and second...

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PARATUS nominated in the category “Project of the Future”

PARATUS nominated in the category “Project of the Future”

 Center for System Solutions, was nominated for the Polish Smart Development Award 2023 in the category "Project of the Future" with the PARATUS Project.  Our team nominated for the Polish Smart Development Award The annual Polish Intelligent Development Award recognizes individuals...

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PARATUS Summer School

PARATUS Summer School

Michalina Kułakowska took part in the PARATUS Summer School organised by the University of Vienna. The summer school was an opportunity to get an insight into the complex impacts chains of multi-hazard events.  The week was full of engaging and...

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