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In my opinion, a very big problem is that people no longer interested in the nature and they no longer identify themselves with it. Many people have forgotten from what their wealth come from and have forgotten how to appreciate nature! With organizations, programs, course offerings, etc. we HAVE TO try bringing people closer to the nature and to deal with it more cautious.

Furthermore, I would put a big emphasis on the children in our world. Child labor in Asia should be treated, and especially the training of children as soldiers in Africa have to be prevented.

Thus, it an EVOKE network should be created especially in Asia and Africa.

Maybe you should try to offer EVOKE for some companies, because managers can achieve more than students. A big business could have more influence on child labor in Asia.

In Season 2, I would move the participants to more ACTION. Only collecting solutions does not move much. Taking to the streets, write letters or start discussions would be a start.

Perhaps, we could organize meetings beside the online portal where the members discuss topics and desired solutions.

Maybe it makes more sense to engage only one subject over a long period of time. In one week you cannot tackle such big problems seriously.

I would come back for a second season, because I still want to solve social problems of the world and because I'm interested in the problems of the world. If you don't know the problems, you cannot do something against them. It would be great handling ONE big problem in a group over a longer period of time to develop one or maybe more proposed solutions and to EFFECT something. We could contact and work with powerful groups or person of great consequences!

All in all, i have had a lot of fun with EVOKE. It was very interesting developing solutions to big social problems. I would be happy to take in hand and try to solve many of the problems. I was also impressed by the efforts of other participants; How many good solutions already exist! We have to implement them!

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Comment by Evelyn Schwengler on June 28, 2012 at 1:26pm

I share your point in involving managers into EVOKE. This could indeed help spreading the word. I would also try to convince experts in all required fields of EVOKE-knowleaged to participate and write leader blogs to find better solutions!

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