come from the fields of understanding, agriculture, music, crafts, painting, IT, film, cooking, theatre, organisation, dance, technology, poetry.


– whose utopia is balance in the conditions of human life,

– who strive for relationships in which no one dominates others,

– who, in the preparation of the Caravan, cooperate in finding the questions that formulate the possible material and ideal conditions for a life worthy of human beings,

– and who, in the realisation of the Caravan, collaborate in the process of trying to answer these questions;

– who intend to develop proposals for power-free models of society that can be implemented worldwide,

– and to try out these models of a balanced world with each other in order to gain experience of their advantages and disadvantages;

– who find it a challenge to think of economic models oriented towards utility and not profit,

– who desire not to compete against each other, but to inspire each other,

– who want to record their experiences in documentations and artistic realisations and disseminate the results of this work worldwide in the media,

– who are curious about unknown experiences,

– who do not allow themselves to be diverted from their path by the unexpected,

– who have a sense of humour in the face of both gain and loss,

– who do not want to proselytise their political or religious world view,

– but, on the contrary, see it as enriching to put their own values up for discussion;

– who are prepared to enter new social, artistic and culinary territory,

– who participate even if they have had experiences of collective failure,

– who are willing to make the tremendous effort, the uncertainty of success or failure,

– who can no longer bear the condition of a humanity that commits suicide at the very moment when it could finally realise a decent life for all.