combined with activating activities
is an effective tool to measure
with the problem of approach to the issue of refugees.





The war in Syria is one of the most brutal contemporary conflicts.



Afghanistan is a country in political, economic and infrastructural ruin.



Over the years, Libya has been both a destination and a transit country for many refugees and migrants.



The humanitarian crisis in Iraq is one of the fastest growing in the world.



  • Thanks to the On-line Game, students have the opportunity to play the role of an avatar / character of an African / Middle East resident who, due to the socio-political situation, faces the necessity to escape from his country (becomes a migrant / refugee).


  • A student who impersonates his avatar / character will make key and often very dramatic decisions deciding his fate, analogous to the decisions / choices faced by modern refugees.


  • The choices students will make will result in various consequences for the chosen avatar / character, bad choices will interrupt his participation in the game, good choices will lead to a happy ending.


The migration crisis that Europe has been facing in recent years is the largest phenomenon of this type since World War II.

The beginning of the crisis is considered to be 2015, but the number of immigrants and refugees arriving to Europe, mainly from the countries of North Africa and the Middle East, had increased earlier. The countries with the highest number of refugees are Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. The main cause of mass migrations were the outbreaks of armed conflicts, such as civil war in Syria or Libya. Bloody fights have forced millions of people in these countries to leave their homes and seek refuge outside the country, especially in Europe. The rise of the radical Islamic State (ISIS) and the unstable political situation in Arab countries also contributed to this situation. Europe was not prepared for such a scale of migration, some European Union countries categorically refused to accept refugees, this topic became a tool of internal political struggle, and many lies, myths and half-truths arose against it on television and on the Internet. Thinking was stopped why these people are fleeing their countries, how dramatic decisions they have to make to save their lives, and how many dangers await them when trying to enter the European Union. All this has convert into attitudes of schoolchildren that are far from the values based on European cultural heritage.