Little Golano

Author(s)
Noam Ebner of Creighton University School of Law and Yael Efron of Zefat Academic College - School of Law; Hebrew University
 
Date
2010
 
Source

Abstract
Little Golano is a simulation-game constructed as a teaching-tool for the topics of conflict analysis and resolution, collaboration, negotiation, mediation and international law. It is set in a scenario that is primarily fictitious – but still blends in and incorporates real events, history and detail, forming a ‘pseudo-reality’: a situation familiar enough to spark interest, motivation and identification, yet controlled and delineated to allow for maximum learning and skill-building.  While it can be employed with participants at an introductory level, the simulation is particularly suited for participants with some background in conflict resolution, international relations or international law. It has been used successfully with participants at both the graduate and undergraduate level, as well as with groups whose participants hail from very diverse backgrounds.
 
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