Youth and Education Department Information Bank games, 1990 and n.d. [c.1970s-1990s]
Simulation games from Oxfam's Youth and Education Programme, Information Bank. Comprises:
- 'Kwacha: a version of Oxfam's 'Deadlines' simulation exercise, based on causes and effects of poverty in a southern African state, as perceived by the British media (Information Bank S1/3)', 1990. Devised by Don Harrison for a lower sixth form day school on Frontline Africa, at Hereford Sixth Form College, July 1990. Also letter from Don to Barbara Bond with evaluation of event, August 1990.
- 'What is development education? (Information Bank D2/4)', 1990. Designed by Alison Brownlie as an activity to introduce development education to Oxfam volunteers and teachers.
- 'Visa: a simulation game providing an experience of encountering unfamiliar lifestyles (Information Bank C2/2)', n.d. [c.1970s-1990s]. Devised by Martin Lambourne.
- 'Culture Shock (Information Bank C2/1)', n.d. [c. mid 1970s-1990s]. Adapted from 'Bafa Bafa'.
- 'Role play activity on Kei Road evictions (Information Bank S1/5)', n.d. [c.early 1990s]
- 1990 and n.d. [c.1970s-1990s]
1 box (5 folders)