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my Evoke manifesto

the goals of the network is to reveal various challenges and problems faced

currently in the global community and has affording people the opportunity to learn

from other social innovators and in their own capacity become a more successful social

innovator equipped with the powers, talent, skills and knowledge to provide

unique and creative solutions to tackle the aforementioned challenges and

problems. it does this by increasing the level of social awareness affording… Continue

Posted on May 9, 2010 at 12:49pm

EPISODE 1: Durban

Page 1
  • Panel A: South African township, sunset, people going about daily business, with headlines on telephone poles reading 3 in 4 live with HIV/Aids
  • Text box 1: Durban, RSA 13/02/2011
  • Panel B: two community leaders sit in the local church discussing pressing issues
  • Community leader 1: so many of our community are infected with HIV/Aids, we are higher than the national average, we are in serious trouble with more and more children being affected, forced…
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Posted on May 9, 2010 at 12:17pm

Evoke in the future

which
  • issues around man made disasters/accidents: oil spills, nuclear meltdowns etc
  • HIV/AIDS prevention and education.
where
  • South Africa and African countries [developing Countries]
Who
  • students, school going pupils and learners
How
  • I would change the game by combining the LEARN, ACT, VISION objectives into one major objective as this would encourage more people to…
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Posted on May 9, 2010 at 11:37am — 1 Comment

containing uncertainty and dealing with change

I think the most surprising and important secret of crisis communication is dealing with high uncertainty and change during pandemic crisis. Nearly every person has trouble in dealing with high levels of uncertainty and change.In dealing with Pandemics new outlets are critical in dealing with uncertainty through information released. Reporters need to decide what piece of information is newsworthy as during these times there is a lot information coming out and the last thing news outlets need… Continue

Posted on May 3, 2010 at 9:44pm

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At 11:43pm on May 3, 2010, Thys van der Veer said…
You have gotTen the challenge of Simon Brookes, i am from the Netherlands. Congratulations!!!
At 6:20pm on March 7, 2010, Simon Brookes said…
Welcome to EVOKE Myles - it's great to have you on the team. I recommend you spend sometime looking around the site to see what other EVOKE agents are doing. There are some incredible things happening which I'm sure you'll want to be part of. I'm giving you +10 Courage for joining the EVOKE network.

A personal mini challenge I am setting you is to make contact with at least one other person in the EVOKE network who lives in a different country to you. Have a look at the leaderboard (http://www.urgentevoke.com/page/top-agents) or list of other agents (http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/members/) as a starting place. The Latest Activity feed over there on the right of the screen is also a good place to look for active agents.

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