Players take on the roles of the representatives of the specific groups living in the valley.
Players have to overcome cultural barriers hindering their communication.
Players discuss actions they can undertake and allocate the valley’s budget in the way that will benefit their groups the most.
Each group has few families with specific needs and likings. Players’ actions affect families wellbeing and safety.
Safety is crucial when it comes to the flood.
Players observe how their actions influenced the outcome of each round and the living conditions (wellbeing and safety) of the groups they are responsible for.
Diversity in the context of flood resilience.
Players understand different ways how cultural factors affect disaster preparedness and ability to cope.
Players improve collaboration and information sharing skills, especially in regards ofcollaboration between organizations and individuals representing diverse cultural backgrounds leading to improved disaster resilience
Players increase their understanding of disaster risk for heterogeneous cultural backgrounds.
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Gifts of Culture kit (cards, boards, map)