Interactive learning at the Danish Parliament

In the basement of the Danish Parliament, a very special kind of political machinery is warming up.

Soon, the doors will open to the live-action game Politician for a Day. An interactive game designed to educate secondary school students on democratic processes and motivate them to have a say as future voters.

Do you want to get a first-view of this immersive educational experience?

During the course of the game, students will interview stakeholders brought to life virtually, operate TV studios, produce fictional newscasts and convene in a replica of The Danish Chamber of Parliament. And as of January 2022, about 15,000 students will venture through this unique simulation each year. 

Join us for a 2-hour tour guided by Senior Consultant and Workz' Project Lead, Max Møller. You will get to try out selected phases of the game and learn more about the inspiration from roleplay and game design that helped create this powerful experiential learning format.

We are happy to be able to reveal this ambitious and long awaited learning experience created with partners Metronome, Mediafarm and architect Søren Robert Lund. 

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The tour runs from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. We will spend the first 15 minutes or so getting through security. This is a free event.

We have limited capacity and spots are filled on a first come, first served basis. You will receive a calendar invite as your confirmation.