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Demogames Cover Deckmocracy webBecome a democratic detective! Get to know surprising and relevant stories from democracies while uncovering the riddles.

Learning targets in a nutshell:

  • Increase the factual knowledge as well as the comprehension and critical understanding of democratic norms, values and institutions
  • Connect individual examples of democratic practice to abstract concepts of democracy
  • Analytical thinking, flexibility, observing
  • Reflect upon and strengthen democratic values of equality, fairness, and justice

Number of players: 4 - 12

Difficulty: This game requires language skills and a basic understanding of political and societal issues.

Timing: 5 minutes for introduction and explanation of the rules, 15 minutes for one card (one riddle), max 25 minutes for discussion on the riddle's topic.

Digital version: Observers exists also as a web-based game that can be played on your phone, tablet, or computer:

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