AFTERSHOCKing the Canadian Disaster and Humanitarian Response Training Program

AFTERSHOCK is an educational game that examines interagency coordination in a humanitarian crisis, designed for university and professional audiences. We recently ran several games for the Canadian Disaster and Humanitarian Response Training Program--you'll find the results here.

Is it a conflict simulation? Not if you play properly. If you fail to address the needs of the population and ignore growing social tensions, however, you're at risk of looting and violence!

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Comment by Wayne Rotella on April 4, 2015 at 7:27am

This looks so interesting. I also enjoyed your piece on the Syria/Isis simulation. This is an aspect of conflict resolution/exploration that has always intrigued me. Thank you very much for sharing!

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