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Bafa-Bafa, an intercultural simulation game, was designed to offer participants the opportunity to measure the impact of values, norms and behaviours in intercultural interactions. Participants are led to examine their own cultural perceptions and prejudices through their involvement in two imaginary cultures: a mercantile culture and a patriarchal culture.


The group debriefing that ends the game will first allow to debate what the participants have observed or felt about the other culture, then the discussion is expanded to address issues of perception and prejudice.


The ISL teaching team has used this game on two occasions: in a context of awareness through experience of the intercultural dimension in social work; and to address stereotypes and differences during a welcome and introduction to social work day.

Geographical area: Other
Theme(s) of intervention: Culture, Education, Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion
Created: 27 Aug 2017
Latest update: 24 Nov 2022


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