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Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships

We are delighted when companies and non-profits ask us to run our simulation x-periences on global issues they care about. Mid-year,...

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Empowering NGOs at the Grassroots

Empowering NGOs at the Grassroots

We expected 20, or possibly, 30 people. We discussed the idea of an NGO conference, at the close of the Uganda...

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Education through Empathy

Education through Empathy

One of our favourite simulations to run in the UK is a programme that opens a window into fair trade. At...

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Ethiopia: The Medical Challenge

Ethiopia: The Medical Challenge

Medical care in Ethiopia can be heartbreaking. Those in its far flung regions may have to walk 150 kilometres to their...

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UK Clothing Company: Placing product wisely and well

UK Clothing Company: Placing product wisely and well

We were approached by a large UK clothing company, manufacturing in China, with a massive offer of brand new product which...

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Education: Key for a new beginning

Education: Key for a new beginning

Education simply stopped in the north of Uganda during the twenty year civil war. The Lord’s Resistance Army terrorised the local...

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Struggle for Survival: Poverty Simulation

Struggle for Survival: Poverty Simulation

We have a saying at Crossroads. We can’t meet world need alone so we love to help others help others: to...

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Combatting the Harmattan

Combatting the Harmattan

It can be a bitter time of year for many. The Harmattan season, in the West African subcontinent, sees dry, heavy...

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“The ache for home lives in all of us…”

“The ache for home lives in all of us…”

Maya Angelou, no longer with us, had wisdom that lasted beyond her lifetime. Refugees, asylum seekers, Internally Displaced Persons have one...

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South Sudan’s Refugees: ‘They Just Keep Coming…’

South Sudan’s Refugees: ‘They Just Keep Coming…’

Where is the biggest refugee camp in the world, as of this year? We often ask that question of our stakeholders...

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