The EvoKE project stands for Evolutionary Knowledge for Everyone. EvoKE aims to build a collaborative, diverse, and dynamic network of people interested in promoting a greater scientific literacy in evolution. The network believes that a better understanding and acceptance of evolution is fundamental to make informed decisions and to address societal problems such as human health, food security, and the ongoing crises in biodiversity and climate change. One of the main principles of evolution is that diversity is key to long-term success. By applying this to our organisation and by bringing people together with distinct skills, interests, and cultural backgrounds, we aim to foster effective, collaborative projects that will increase citizens’ scientific literacy across Europe, both in evolution and beyond. Current members of EvoKE already include evolutionary biologists, education researchers, teachers, journalists, museum professionals, science communicators, artists, designers and citizen science organisations. You can join us to help build EvoKE together.