Location: Trinity College Dublin
Date: 10 Jan – 11 Jan
The Gaming for Peace (GAP) project offers Conflict Prevention and Peace Building (CPPB) personnel a digital role playing game to improve their soft skills in cooperation and communication, gender awareness and cultural competency.
The conference will take place at Trinity College Dublin on January 10th – 11th.
The GAP project proposes that Serious Games offer a 21st century environment within which Conflict Prevention and Peace Building (CPPB) personnel can experience scenarios through role-playing in their own organisation and by role-playing people from other organisations, and in doing so, increase their understanding, creativity and ability to communicate and collaborate with others in the network organisation that is a CPPB mission.
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