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Chen Palmer Announces Insider, An Innovative Public Law Game

Chen Palmer Announces Insider, An Innovative Public Law Game

Today, Chen Palmer has announced that it is developing Insider, an innovative game that will give players the chance to experience real life problem solving with Government, in conjunction with Google and other partners.

Insider will feature several topical and important public law scenarios that players can play through. By working their way through the maze of Government, players will be able to come up with innovative ways to “win” by using public law tools. By simulating problem solving with Government each gamer will be exposed to how government works in an interesting, useful and relevant way.

Chen Palmer understands Government and is committed to civic education in New Zealand. Our Insider project is intended to help educate the public so that they can better interact with their government and participate in their democracy to achieve the outcomes they want.

Insider is a pro bono project by Chen Palmer as part of our commitment to good corporate social responsibility and public education. Insider is being developed in partnership with Google along with Chen Palmer’s diverse corporate partners.

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