REGISTER: European Integrity Games: An escape game experience
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This session is organised by La Transplanisphère, Knowledge Partner of the virtual 2021 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum.
The language of this session is English.
This 30’ session run by La Transplanisphère will present our European Integrity Games project (EIG). By crossing art, gaming and citizenship, EIG offers an innovative and immersive experience to explore integrity topics through serious games (Escape Games and Gaming Apps). 6 European partners propose a pathway made of research, game design, European workshops, events, cross-sectoral collaboration and web campaigns.
This session will tackle how European partners from civil society can seize integrity, corruption and fraud in a cultural project. How they may transform the topics into a playful and artistic experience in a will to raise citizens' awareness and empower them to act on these issues. There will be a focus on our first games tackling bitcoins, lobbying and food chains with the intervention of some experts.
As an option: volunteers will be invited to a one-hour gaming experience, to test our first escape game on money laundry through bitcoins!
Case study analysis (30’) + a gaming experience in option (60’)
List of speakers
Bruno Freyssinet, artistic director at La Transplanisphère, Paris, France
Pierre Noro, Chair Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Coordinator at Sciences Po Paris, France
Hugo Miguel Coelho - Artistic director - ExQuorum - Evora, Portugal
To be confirmed :
Nadia Siokou, PR - UrbanDig Project - Athens, Greece
Benjamin Guy, PR, Transparency International France
Nora Röders, Master2 student, SciencesPo Paris