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Forced to Flee: A simulation on decision-making during conflict and migration

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In this activity students work together in “family units”, making difficult decisions to maintain their supply of food, money, and health while securing their future post-conflict.

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This activity includes discussion questions, real-life stories, vocabulary, and facts on conflict and migration.

Forced to Flee -Mini 1 pager version

Learning Objective: To transform thinking and inspire action around conflict, migration, and refugees
Recommended Time: 1 hour (additional time for stories, vocabulary, and facts)
Recommended Grade Level: Grades 7-12 & young adults
Subjects: Social studies/global issues
Keywords: Conflict, migration, refugee, simulation activity

1 review for Forced to Flee: A simulation on decision-making during conflict and migration

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I did this with a group of grade 7’s, and not only did they love it, but they were able to take on others’ perspectives and think about the refugee crisis in a new light. They wanted to do it again and again!

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1 review for Forced to Flee: A simulation on decision-making during conflict and migration

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I did this with a group of grade 7’s, and not only did they love it, but they were able to take on others’ perspectives and think about the refugee crisis in a new light. They wanted to do it again and again!

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