More info REFUGEES SERIOUS GAMES Pew Research Center article on the world-wide refugee problem. Amnesty International’s summary of important statistics about Syrian refugees. Wikipedia article on Syrian refugees. A debate on European policy toward refugees (video). An article critical of Europe’s refugee policies. An article explaining why the Gulf States are not doing more to help Syrian and Iraqi refugees. A simulation of a world-wide oil crisis. Fewer participants than a “megagame,” but same format. A megagame about a crisis in the Sea of Japan, held at the Australian National University. A classroom simulation of Middle East peace talks 45-minute video about a megagame played for fun. (Aliens invade…Kind of, sort of.) Megagame Makers (UK), the group that ran the megagame in the video. The Megagame Society (US). Harvard University Law School, Program On Negotiation, simulations materials. This Harvard program uses role-playing simulations like megagames to teach negotiation skills. Active Learning Political Science, a great blog and resource about the use of serious games in political science. A list of many political science games, as well as publications about these games. Aftershock, a board game about the challenges of responding to a humanitarian crisis.