Global X-perience

The proverb says, “I can’t understand a man unless I walk a mile in his shoes.”

Participants in our ‘Global X-perience’ programmes don’t simply hear a talk or watch a video about a world in need. They briefly step ‘into the shoes’, through simulation, of those who suffer.

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Struggle for Survival at Davos

We again brought the Struggle for Survival to the World Economic Forum, this year, offering sessions for both Forum...

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Global X-perience and the corporate sector

Many companies participate in simulation x-periences in conjunction with their Corporate Social Responsibility and similar programmes...

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Global X-perience and educational institutions

Schools and universities are placing increasing emphasis on developing global citizenship. They find experiential learning can engage both head...

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Global X-perience and NGOs / community groups

NGOs or other community groups also make bookings for our simulation x-periences. Service groups routinely bring people for the programmes...

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Booking information

Need to know more? Click to find a collection of answers to our most frequently asked questions about booking...

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How did it all start?

Crossroads’ tenth anniversary came up in 2005 and, in order to commemorate it, we invited corporate and community leaders...

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