A collection of multimedia resources, including videos, images, and audio clips, of the simulations and research publications.
This first is based on the Table Top Exercise that the United Nations introduces in its United Nations Military Observer (UNMO) training materials. It explores an attack on a border village called Maremane, which was once the centre of a multi-ethnic community. In accordance with UN principles and protocols, the player must investigate arson, the killing of people and cattle, and the kidnapping and disappearance of civilians including minors.
A. Walter Dorn & Stewart Webb, “Gaming Peace: A Call for Peacekeeper Roles,” Defence Report, 23 July 2018. (defencereport.com/gaming-peace-a-call-for-peacekeeper-role)
A. Walter Dorn, Stewart Webb and Sylvain Pâquet, “From Wargaming to Peacegaming: Peacekeeper Roles Needed in Digital Games,” International Peacekeeping, 27:2, 289-310, 2020 (pdf).
A. Walter Dorn, “Peacekeeping games, anyone?” PAXsims (pdf).
A. Walter Dorn and Peter F. Dawson, “Simulating Peace Operations: New Digital Possibilities for Training and Public Education,” (Simulation & Gaming) (html) (pdf from SAGE)