Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
|Abed, Yunus, Quadir, Soros, Mandela, Blecher, Munro, Hughes, Ibrahim, Gorbachev, Walesa, Berners Lee, Negropronte, Owen, Brilliant, Farmer, Jim Kim, Jagdish Gandhi, Dryden, Ma, Williams, Anderson, Polak, Borlaug .. rsvp who'd you include in this list?||
.Questions to ask include::
Did their breakthrough come by compounding 1) a more trusted model, 2) through relentless love of service or 3) via empowering open technology wizardry?
Did a historical social constitution almost prevent the 10 times more economic breakthrough and who sacrificed what to free the next generation from history's broken system. rsvp tell us a question
Example: At least 3 of the above connected huge amounts of trust early on in building their organisitional network and collaborative partners by diffusing probably the least costly life saving cure ever discovered. Oral rehydration saves infants, a fifth of whom would die, of diarhhea in humid climates wherever clean water is not readily accessible. To deliver this cure mothers who may be illiterate need to know how to mix boiled water, sugar and salt in the right proportions and when their infant urgently needs this. Oral rehydration was first discovered in a Calcutta lab in mid twentieth century. But there was no relevant medium to reach the hundreds of millions of mothers who needed to socially network it and little financial incentive for masters of business to administrate.
It is not clear whether Bangladesh's most brilliant bottom-up banks for the poor and educational networks would have scaled without the trust networked through serving oral rehydration; nor is it clear whether those medical experts with most worldwide development impact in 2010s out of USA would have succeeded in a society that seems to have lost the educational and policy skills needed to value celebrities who are not noisy.
Early 2009 - Obama appeals to youth to help him cure 4 of america's most broken markets - but what didn't he know about how to start doing next in changing from broken top-down systems to sustainable bottom-up community regenerating ones? Specifically which of these 20 anti-youth monopopolies did his advisers fail to even recognise as critical challenges
2014-2015 Can students from hundreds of historically black universties help Obama's legacy get back on track on the 2 year road to Atlanta Nov 2015 http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com
5 states with most practice of celebrating social collaboration- Georgia since 011, N Carolina and Oregon 012, Alabama and New Hampshire 013
Energy''s number 1 bottom-up prize network http://ashden.org- major undercover supporters Sainsbury Philanthropy, BBC nature correspondents and Royal Geographical Society, Friends of Prince Charles and Sustainable Royal Families
Where have the Bailout's Undercover Investments in Community Broadband seeded bottom-up celebrations Obama's PR merchants are incapable of connecting
3 countries -and job creating future capitals - with most timely youth networking opportunities to fully value peace as necessary to collaboration entrepreneurship
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