As part of the wider event on the 6th of December, (Digital) Democracy is a human right, Science for Democracy will be showcasing P-Cube, the public policy playing game. The session will take place at the European Economic and Social Committee Atrium6, between 1pm and 2.15pm.
Register for the session, and why not the full day, through this link.
P-Cube is a prototype of an interactive role-play game. It is an Erasmus+ funded project in collaboration with seven organisations from across Europe. The game has been developed to teach different groups of people the theory and practice of public policy making. You can find more information on the project on the website.
During the session Professor Claudio Radaelli (Professor of Comparative Public Policy at the European University Institute and member of the Steering Committee of Science for democracy) will introduce the theoretical framework of P-Cube.
After the introduction it will be possible for participants to take part in one (or more) interactive sessions of the Game – with a focus on EU Policies.
The session will be open, but it is highly recommended as a showcase opportunity for potential communities of interests (Schools, Universities, Organisations in the field of education and training)
This session is promoted by Science for Democracy in collaboration with P-Cube Playing Public Policy Erasmus+ Project