Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Kathrin Hassler
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I have a lot of fun to play Evoke.

For me it was a good experience to learn more about the problems in the world. Mostly we take care of our own problems and see not the real big problems. So Evoke was very helpful to open my eyes.

I think Evoke should tackle the poorness and help people who have no home or no perspective to change their life. They need our help to get out of their difficult situation.( Ideas to build new homes or help them to find good work.)

I would call…


Posted on June 30, 2012 at 12:47pm


I would call two groups of doctors, who can help me to teach the non-doctors how they can help the ill people.

The first group of doctors show them what´s to do when a sick person come. They must find out whats his problem and then they can help especially. (How they make an injection or which medicament for which disease)

So we can make a video with the instruction or they can call the doctors with skype and show the problems.

The other group of doctors search for a serum to…


Posted on June 24, 2012 at 8:07am


I choose the secret “Managing Panic in a Pandemic”

I think it's important that journalists deal cautiously with the word “panic”, and educate the citizens. They have a big responsibility.

“Journalists play a key role helping government manage fear in the general population during a disaster, says epidemiologist Dori Reissman, a commander with the United States Public Health Service. In this section, Reissman explains how the government uses insights from behavioral and social…


Posted on June 23, 2012 at 3:04pm


It’s the year 2086 and I’m 100years old! WOW 

My urgent Message to the world is to enjoy the life outside in the nature!

When I was 25 years old the life was center on technology. We all spent a lot of time in front of PC.

We had so many friends at facebook, twitter and co who we don’t really know. Sure, facebook and co. are a good thing to are connected with friends in the wh*** world but I think it’s important to spend time with them in the reality. We have a lot of…


Posted on June 17, 2012 at 9:41am

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