August 2010 - Evolution NOW Began.
September 2010 - Evolution NOW canvas students about their issues at university freshers fairs.
October 2010 - Attend meetings and a local Q&A session, as well as learning the difference between local and central government. We also break down the spending review and explain what it means to you.
November 2010 - Locally, we focus on Waltham Forest's big campaign on asking residents their views on how to save £65M. Nationally, we take an in-depth look at the tuition fees protests.
December 2010 - Our focus is directed at finding out exactly what the Big Society means locally, On a national scale we speak to the Yes To Fairer Votes team to find out what exactly is the Alternative Voting System.
January 2011 - We speak to Emergency Happiness about how to measure your happiness, A member of Young Parliament Elliot Folan about Political Education And Met London Mayor Boris Johnson In Waltham Forest's Community meeting regarding youth crime in the area.
February 2011 - Evolution NOW begin finalising the content for the workshops we intend to deliver in schools and select three key areas. We also speak to a member of young parliament and find out his opinion on youth engagement.
March 2011 - Confirmed 10 dates in schools across the borough delivering our workshops, We begin rolling them out. we also have a guest writer giving his alternative view on the cuts soon to take hold,
and a detailed breakdown of the budget 2011.
April 2011 - Completed several of the workshops in Holy Family School - feedback is very positive and we begin making improvements where needed. We also begin planning the final event for Evolution NOW!
May 2011 - We complete the second batch of workshops in Norlington Boys School including a massive final workshop which combined 2 classes. We are also making contact with 15Billion, an organisation focussed on transforming young futures, and Waltham Forest Council about reach local young focus groups.
June 2011 - Evolution NOW are giving full steam ahead to a party to mark the end of a hugely successful year. We are also booked in to attend a local debate at Hackney Quest about young people's inclusion in politics.