An article about Nexus Game in ADA-magazine Weltnachrichten

In autumn of last year, our Nexus Game caught the attention of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA). We were asked to contribute an article about it to the first 2018 edition of the ADA-magazine Weltnachrichten. Our Marketing Specialist Sarah Nobis...

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Publication of guest post on the Climate Interactive blog

There is a growing number of games that may enhance communication of climate change processes and risks related to them. In our “Play These Two Games for Climate Adaptation” guest post on the Climate Interactive blog, we present our suggestions...

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Playing Nexus Game at Lahore University of Management Sciences!

The Indus river basin embraces four countries (Pakistan, India, China, and Afghanistan). Those four countries also have another common thing - various issues related to the shared resources, climate change, changing demand for water, food and energy, all which...

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We tested our skills in moderating The World’s Future!

Thanks to the brilliant comments of the participants of the previous workshops, we came up with new ideas to implement into our social simulation The World’s Future. Before including new elements in the current version of The World’s Future,...

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Nexus Game in Egypt!

Our Nexus Game took a trip to Cairo, Egypt! Piotr Magnuszewski participated in the 5-day 'Water Modelling Approaches to Egyptian Academics' workshop organized by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology...

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Nauru project meeting in Poland

On 25-26 January, 2018 the representatives of the three partner countries of the "Nauru Game for Active Citizenship of Europe" project met in Poland to conduct the final test of "New Shores- a Game for Democracy" and set the...

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Workshop with New Shores – testing the game with educators

We met with educators, lecturers, librarians and other youth workers to play New Shores - an unusual game that aims to bring the topic of participation, cooperation and making sustainable decisions closer to young citizens of Europe. Is the...

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Resilience & Collaboration Workshop with Lords of the Valley

We played Lords of the Valley in Vienna University of Economy and Business with employees from the European Forum Alpbach! Goal of the workshop was to present the problems connected with resilience - adapting the economy to mitigate negative...

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The Forest@Risk-focused poster from Resilience Conference is now available online!

At last! The “Navigating Conservation-Development-Disaster Complexities in Social-Ecological Systems Using Role-play Serious Gaming” - a Forest@Risk-focused poster from the last year Resilience Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, was published online. The poster created by Human and Environment Linkage Program’s Wei Li,...

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Erasmus + Project Sustain kick-off meeting

Łukasz Jarząbek and Michalina Kułakowska took part in a kick-off meeting for our new Erasmus + project SUSTAIN. Together with the representatives of our project coordinator and partners - University of Macedonia, System Dynamics Italian Chapter, Society for Responsible...

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