The Meritus Badging System is based on peer-to peer metrics of accountability, level of participation, initiative, collaboration, and introspection. For a complete breakdown of our criteria, review GWA Points-Merit and Life Scale

The MISSIONs published are steps to aid in the completion of Player/ Team Quests. GWA's merit system is currently divided into 8 different sectors of identification and recognition.

These sectors are:

1: Character virtues and strengths (virtues in action)

2: Service Recognition (military, health, emergency responder)

3: Skills (can include degrees, certificates, and life skills)

4: Achievement certification and awards

5: Equipment Exchange/Share (Tools, equipment, and spaces and rides to be shared and traded)

6: Exchange and Barter (Energy exchange, electricity sharing, goods, time, mentorship)

7: Community 4 Community Sector and Level of Impact (collaboration, networking, co-op/federation)

8: Regenerative/SDGs Sector and Level of Impact (collaboration, networking, co-op/federation)

We are developing this ecosystem to enable all community organizations and business to participate as well.

If you are interested in working on this project, please contact us.

Meritus Badging System

When properly employed, through peer review and public engagement, meritocracy can empower individuals to level up in their own life and community, nourishing their SoulSpark.

Meritocracy and Its Roots

"Meritocracy (merit, from Latin mereō, and -cracy, from Ancient Greek κράτος kratos 'strength, power') is a political system in which economic goods and/or political power are vested in individual people on the basis of talent, effort, and achievement, rather than wealth or social class.[1] Advancement in such a system is based on performance, as measured through examination or demonstrated achievement. Although the concept of meritocracy has existed for centuries, the term itself was coined in 1958...." ~Wikipedia