Information meeting about evacuation plan Greenwood

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The role-playing game contains a lot of information about the many aspects to consider in evacuation planning. It is a way to get an insight into the process of evacuation and the preparation of an evacuation, without having to read all the information on the subject individually. The roles each bring in a small piece of information. While “playing”, all those pieces of information are shared. Furthermore, the playing of this game is a good way to engage students with the subject.


Roles are appointed by the teacher.

Participants organize evacuation routes upon reading all information needed to plan evacuation.


Created to teach children about process of evacuation.

Target group


Players learn how to act in a high stress environment.

Participants face many problems related to an evacuation of chronically ill people etc. and have to develop new solutions.

Because of appointed roles, children are showed importance of responsibility and its effect on process of evacuation.

Good preparation to discussing topics such as: disaster preparedness, disaster management, safety etc.


Emphasis is placed on the differences in evacuation planning and water management throughout Europe. Before starting the game, participants are asked to read information about reasons for this differences.Problems with evacuation of chronically ill etc are highlighted.

Based on the same scenario as Evacuation board game.

Created by



Free for non-comercial purpose.

Number of players

2 - 10 players

Number of moderators

1 moderator


30-60 minutes


players name tags

evacuation map of Greenwood



Game is more entertaining when participants are good orators.

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