Consent game nominated for the 2019 Games for Change Awards

A World Vision Staff member is demonstrating the consent video game Rispek Danis to three youth ni-Vanuatu girls.
World Vision Staff teach group of youth girls the consent game Rispek Danis

Games for Change has announced the finalists for the 2019 Games for Change Awards and a consent game is one of the finalists for Most Significant Impact. Rispek Danis (The Respect Dance) is a game intended to teach young people about the meaning and importance of consent.

Rispek Danis is a culturally appropriate game created for youth in Vanuatu, a country with one of the World’s highest rates of sexual victimization. The game is narrated in Bislama, a primary language of Vanuatu, and all dialogue, locations, and music are representative of ni-Vanuatu youth life.

The player’s character and their partner dancing to the Jam-Jam in Rispek Danis

Read our article about the consent game Rispek Danis.

Congratulations to all of the finalists!

Best Gameplay

The Stillness of the Wind (Coyan Cardenas, Memory of God)
Detroit: Become Human (Quantic Dream)
GRIS (Nomada Studio)
Florence (Mountains)

Most Innovative

Tendar (Tendar Claws)
One Hand Clapping (Bad Dream Games)
Nintendo Labo (Nintendo)
Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt (Ubisoft)

Most Significant Impact

Can’t Wait to Learn Uganda (War Child Holland)
UNICEF Kid Power (Teravision Technology, Teravision Games and 42 Mate)
Rispek Danis (Jennifer Ann’s Group)
My Memory of Us (Juggler Games)