Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.


  • What are the goals of the network? How does it work?

Goals: to provide consistent and reliable information about global issues to the general public; to raise awareness and funding for current issues around the world; to
evoke change and global development

  • Who are the members? Why do they join?

Members come from all walks of life- doctors, students, soldiers, politicians- any person can be a member of the Evoke network. However, every Agent has one thing in
common: to educate themselves about what is happening in the world, so that
they can act out for necessary change. They join because they see a problem to
which they want to provide a solution.

  • What are the ethics of being a good EVOKE agent?

Every good Evoke Agent goes by the code, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” (S)he can see that there are current problems everywhere in the world, and that change
doesn’t happen unless you take action. Evoke Agents use the network to find
other agents who are working towards the same cause and in this way can make a
difference together.

  • Why does the EVOKE network like to create mystery and spectacle? How does creating curiosity -- and sparking awe, wonder and imagination -- help the
    EVOKE network achieve its goals?

Too often we hear about things that are happening around the world: hunger, war, natural disaster- and we feel too helpless. We become desensitized to injustice and
inequality and feel lost on how to make a difference. The Evoke network works
by making these issues interesting again.
Agents can see how they can make a difference in the world with a global
support system like this to back them up. It’s really incredible how much of a
difference this makes in helping Evoke Agents achieve their goals around the

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Comment by NANGAR SOOMRO on May 7, 2010 at 3:12pm
Well done !
Comment by Jeremy Laird Hogg on May 7, 2010 at 3:49pm
That's actually the first time I've seen fighting desensitization brought up on evoke... excellent.
Comment by Teresa R on May 7, 2010 at 4:17pm
Thanks! They are going to get so many good ideas for the next season from all of us...I can't wait to play again =P


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