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We are delighted that we were able to offer two atrocity intervention simulation exercises, one in 2019 and another in 2020 for students from Binghamton University students and other visiting institutions. These simulations provided both a practical atrocity prevention learning experience and served as a laboratory for decision-making and conflict analysis.
Students were divided into different groups, with each group acting as a different international actor in the simulated conflict. Over the course of rounds of the simulation exercise, students assessed information in real time through life-like materials, articulated a series of multidisciplinary policies and programs aimed at trying to nudge the country away from conflict and dealt with the immediate and longer-term aftermath of the conflict.