Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

The EVOKE network is a union of many agents around the world who are interested in changing the world. They feel and consider the different problems of the world and it's inhabitants and want to change it.
Through different missions in ten weeks the agents are confronted with several challenges of the world, especially in season 1 problems of the African continent. The agents are asked to find solutions in an efficient and humane way and to cover methods which save energy and resources. And to think about further challenges which should be tackled by the network.

Special is the cooperation of the members of the EVOKE network. Everybody is able to comment the blog post, photos and videos and to develop the ideas and initial stages for a
solution together.

Furthermore you are asked to introduce yourself, your strengths and weaknesses and especially your vision of the future through different methods and actions by the weekly quests. Here you can also name different persons who inspire you regarding to their political, social, cultural etc. commitment or their charity work. So you get to know the other agents better, too. Over the course of ten weeks every single member of EVOKE but also the network as a fusion develops and increases continuously.

Very special is the composition of the EVOKE team. There are technically, ecologically, economically, creatively etc. talented people. So everyone can make her/his own contribution to the work and the rise of the EVOKE network. Everyone focusses on different parts and challenges and so in the wh*** the agents offer a broad range.

At the end of the last mission I think it is also a minor success to make many people aware of the different problems which people and environment have to face every day. In Germany many things are easier than in other countries. But it's the first step if we uncover problems in our surrounding and get a feeling how we can solve them or be part of it to find a solution for the different problems. And on this basis it is furthermore important to call attention to the global challenges and not to ignore the problems and other people. It is essential that everyone must find her/his own way to help ech other and to work together for the change of the world. Maybe for the one this means donating money or goods and for the other direct help and contact in situ. It depends of one's own accord.

With a view to the future social networks, technical progress and the population development can be important factors for recognizing, understanding and tackling challenges of the world in the future.

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