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We want to provide you with tools to help you build your own co-creative network, and help connect you with activists and groups you find inspiring.

We want to explore the use of "inquiries" -- little polls or surveys intended to be similar to the process of "appreciative inquiry". We can put these surveys anywhere on this site. You will find all your responses linked from your My perspective page -- as well as a complete list of surveys available to you.

Please respond if you can, and thanks for being here!


Interactive Charter for Co-creation Inquiry -- please respond!
My activism
As network weaver and visionary social change activist, what are you hoping to do? What would you like to see emerge? How can the Charter project support you and your vision and the work you are doing or would like to do?
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What are your specific hopes for social change and how you might be involved or contribute to it?

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I would like to find people in my area -- or anywhere in the world -- who share my passion and vision for a better world.
I know of wonderful people or groups, and I would like to connect them to this project and help build an enlightened and resonant community.
The world needs new ideas and new ways to solve its problems. I want to help.
I prefer meeting with people in person, but I realize that the internet can help support important work that is difficult to do in a small or local group.



This Charter project is co-creative. We are building it together, as we draw together ideas and insights from people and projects all over the world.

What questions should we be asking?

How can we best help you with things you would like to do, or see happening in the world?