R-Evolution Worldwide is a no-profit organization committed in the Research of the Evolution and in the Evolution of the Research for the achievement of the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Low & Middle Income Countries (LMICs):
To achieve this goal, R-Evolution Worldwide strongly cooperate with relevant governments, public institutions, private sector, research institutions, civil society and non-governmental organizations. These inclusive partnerships are fostered at the global, regional, national and local levels — built upon principles and values, and upon shared vision and goals.
We encourage that individual skills, diverse backgrounds and cultural differences converge in a co-creative network, because the diversity drives innovation. Indeed, the Harvard evolutionary biologist E. Mayr noted that competition among individuals would not contribute to evolution if individuals were typologically identical. Individual differences and uniqueness are a prerequisite for evolution. We believe in the next generation of social networking, based on the following pillars:
- Cooperation, Condi-vision, and Co-Evolution using Collaborative Intelligence – CQ (Stephen James Joyce, 2007)
- Management of resources and constructive conflict resolution using Emotional Intelligence – EQ (Daniel Goleman, 1995).
Our mission is to create alliances based on human values and an innovative vision of life, work, and relationships. Indeed we believe in a change of work paradigm, based on a dynamic balance between professional, human and social values. We work on achievement goals, but we also look for a social and human collaborations creating deep satisfaction and inner fulfilment. We always think win-win. Win-win sees life as a cooperative arena, not a competitive one. Win-win is a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions. Win-win leads to agreements or solutions that are mutually beneficial and satisfying.
Our approach to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) goes beyond a single goal, and sets out to break down associative barriers between unconnected fields (Frans Johansson, 2017) of SDGs, and to find intersections creating shared values (Michael E. Porter, 2011):