At the heart of our education is a cartoon in which guidelines by the UN are being translated into easy accessible and interesting story lines.
Mine Mark contains three types of classical games: Board Game, Memory Game and Puzzle
The Nagorno-Karabakh war was a territorial conflict that took place in the late 1980s to May 1994 between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the region, leaving roughly 30,000 casualties and more than one million refugees and internally displaced people.
In April 2021, We started implementing a project in Bosnia & Herzegovina, which is heavily contaminated by remnants of previous conflicts.
The conflict in Ukraine is ongoing since 2014. Since then, 6 million people have been displaced, and an unknown number of people require humanitarian assistance.
To protect children from by explosive ordnance, the Mine Mark Foundation has created the digital Gaming Application for Mine Education – short MM-GAME – using innovative approaches to foster the spread of vital EORE. To play the MM GAME follow the link: https://www.game.minemark.org
By giving children a platform to tell their stories through drawings, we are able to show how their dreams are impacted by war and conflict.
On the 25th of September, the Municipality of The Hague and Urban Chess Initiative are organizing a LIVE CHESS EVENT as part of the opening ceremony of urban chess tables in The Hague. For €10, anyone will be able to play against one of two grandmasters, Nargiz Burg-Umudova and Twan Burg. Proceeds will go to… Continue reading Urban Chess Event in The Hague