We the Jury - have fun deciding a tough case while
learning about what jurors discuss in the deliberation room. Choose from different civil cases, analyze evidence, weigh testimony,
and use the right arguments to reach a fair and impartial verdict. We the Jury was made possible by generous
support from the ABOTA Foundation and the Foundation of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Drafting Board - guides your students through
the process of producing a clear and polished argumentative essay.
Executive Command - ever wanted to be President
for a day? In Executive Command, you can be President for four years!
Do I Have a Right? - in this game you’ll
run your own firm of lawyers who specialize in constitutional law.
Supreme Decision - ever wondered how the Supreme
Court really works? In Supreme Decision, you help cast the deciding vote.
Conflict Map - In the course of the 20th century,
mankind experienced some of the most devastating wars of all times. Where did these wars take place?
Democracies in the World - democracy means “ruled
by the people”. Democracy is a human right. Most countries in the world claim they are democratic, but are they? You
can find out here by having a look at the Democracy Map!
The Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons - Eight
countries in the world possess nuclear weapons. Five of them are allowed to, according to the Non-Proliferation Treaty of
1970. In this game your mission is to use the worldwide symbol of peace, the white dove, to disarm the world of nuclear
weapons! You have eight "Peace Doves, each able to disarm one of the eight countries possessing nuclear weapons.
The Red Cross Movement -
the Red Cross, three-time recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, protects and helps war victims worldwide and ensures that the
rules of war are followed. How will you manage as a commander of a prisoners of war camp? Your mission as a camp commander
in this game is to try to run a prisoners of war camp without violating the human rights. The more right moves you make, the
more points. You will get a summarizing evaluation in the end. You can end up as a "Humanitarian Champion", "Well
Intentioned Humanitarian" or a "Sadistic Swine"!
Trade - the trade ruler educational game and
related reading are based on the 1977 prize in Economic Sciencea, which was awarded for a theory showing that countries engage
in and benefit from trade if their production resources differ from each other.