C.I.R.C.L.E. Meta Initiative - the Chevil Até Project

Maturity 1
Ten Sights
the Chevil Até Project

Meta Initiatives


  • The POB Social Consensus Forum on "C.I.R.C.L.E.s of the Chevil Até Project"
  • C.I.R.C.L.E. promotion media


The Thriving Wellness Monitoring and Reporting Stewardships and the Social Consensus Ambassadorships of the Chevil Até Project

C.I.R.C.L.E. mentors youth as stewardship ambassadors of thriving wellness through monitoring and reporting on the states of wellness throughout ChAPters of the Chevil Até Project.


Throughout each ChAPter of the Chevil Até Project, C.I.R.C.L.E.s are the initiative component that monitors the states of collective wellness and thriving for the ChAPter across the Ten Sights scope of living endeavors, and publishes reports on these conditions for social organizers to address in their organizing. C.I.R.C.L.E.s ensure each ChAPter's planning and development is universally inclusive.

  • Rationales
    • An economic options resource providing exposure to the vareties of resourcing models available to, and utilized in, ChAPter social development
    • Provides ChAPter youth with conduits for participating in community decision-making
    • Circlesmiths (program initiates) learn to teach themselves and assess their needs in developing themselves and their environments, and determining means of providing for those needs through the use of applied resource strategies
      • The community information resource and the skills the youth develop are equal priorities. Processing the compiled research is where the learning happens
      • .C.I.R.C.L.E. evaluates the information systems utilized ChAPter-wide, which challenges them to communicate with their peers and adults as equals, working on common objectives and developing confidence that they can take co-creating roles in their communities and be valuable contributors to society.
    • By having the program youth work with other community members of all ages, C.I.R.C.L.E. also fosters inter-generational relating and collaboration throughout ChAPters.
      • Improving community specific communication needs will increase the ChAPter's interrelating capacity.
    • C.I.R.C.L.E. seeks to design the program information systems it develops to network with existing regional, national and global systems, allowing the widest possible access to community building and personal empowerment resources for ChAPter individuals and community based organizations.
      • Evaluating civic engagement processes for UTW alignments
        • Reporting UTW analysis of voter information
          • UTW supporting candidates and initiatives
      • Providing network services such as remote video conferencing and distance learning.
      • Maintaining a ChAPter calendar of UTW events and activities.


  • Contexts and Perspective
    • In UTW the proper purpose of any human institution, rather business; government; or civil society, is to support people as productive, contributing, sharing members of a vibrant, prosperous, living Earth community–A living community creating the conditions essential to its own existence. [ref link]
    • A process for monitoring and reporting with this intention should; therefore, be institutional in UTW organizing.
  • Purposes
    • C.I.R.C.L.E. serve as the component for monitoring ChAPter adherence with this intention and reporting the status of this adherence ChAPter-wide.
  • Envisioned UTW Outcomes
    • Each ChAPter of the Chevil Até Project has a thoroughly functioning C.I.R.C.L.E. that is resourced in ChAPter Source.
  • Strategies and Methodologies
    • Through initiations of awakening to their spirit genius training in cohesive interrelating methods, research methods for verifying the data they monitor, perspective understandings on social policy and organizing across the ideological spectrum by Abundance League allies, and reporting techniques that apprise their communities of conditions monitored–as well as social organizing principles and models for addressing these conditions.
  • Development Stages
    • Obtain community support for ChAPter and C.I.R.C.L.E. designs
    • Arrange operating facilities and resources
    • Recruit; initiate; and train Circlesmiths and initiative personnel
    • Establish research; monitoring; and reporting system