In President for a Day – Corruption students assume the role of a president. As such, they must make (at times controversial) decisions on topics such as: democratic evolution, corruption, development aid and cooperation.
As a player, you will be faced with a wide array of dilemmas. You will also witness the local and national effects of modern bilateral cooperation
The themes regard:
- Famine, caused by draught and climate change
- Foreign intervention from neighboring and western countries.
- Ethnic conflicts spun by the numerous local tribes, as well as the borders established by the former colonial forces.
- The political culture of the country, in regard to upholding (or failing thereof) human rights.
The game provides a foundation for discussions regarding human rights, cultural differences and governance. There are four different scenarios/difficulty settings.
If you're interested in being the US American President and learning more about their systems of government, check out Executive Command.