Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Urgent Evoke is an ever-evolving entity; nothing is set in stone. Urgent Evoke is owned by the agents, and will reflect the current attitudes and philosophies of the agents.

0) the 'Evoke' - anyone can send an 'Evoke' call to Urgent Evoke. an 'Evoke' is a request for help that is sent to the Urgent Evoke network. agents will work together to solve 'Evokes'.

1) independent - Urgent Evoke is independent of nationality, politics and location. agents come from anywhere in the world, to help everyone in the world.

2) social activism - Urgent Evoke works via social activism that furthers equality, solves problems and protects people. Urgent Evoke should always work to improve the world.

3) charity/philanthropy - Urgent Evoke is about helping people, not making money or gaining fame from providing help. if an organization is necessary, creating a charity, NGO or NPO should be the primary consideration.

4) ethics - Urgent Evoke believes that the methods are just as important as the results. Urgent Evoke agents will conduct themselves and their businesses ethically.

5) sustainability - Urgent Evoke solutions should adhere to sustainability in all areas, including natural, social and local community sustainability. this creates long-lasting solutions that are considerate of local ideas and customs.

6) critical thinking - Urgent Evoke agents will use critical thinking and objectivity in all matters. preconceived notions and prejudice are insulting and harmful.


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