worldrecordjobs 260 years adam smith, 60 fazle abed, osun soros -Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma

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....Yunus Future History -2014 sees us rationalising our journalism webs of pro-youth economics now that the freedom battles of friends of grameen (bank and trust) have been lost to the returning rule of Sheikh Hasina, worldwide friends of youth and yunus take on a different but ever more important collaboration role to friends of youth capitalism - eg tell us if you wish to join Atlanta in being a favorite future capital of Youth and Yunus... see also why did millennium goal world never engage with yunus on Cox's Bazar and other favorite projects of washington dc 1 301 881 1655

Friends of Yunus is sponsored by Norman Macrae Family Foundation - The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant. 2013's primary goal in The Economist's 170th year of aiming to encourage the world to end hunger is to identify what MOOC (Massive Open Online Coures) would not have existed without the inspirational life experiences and peer networks stimulated by Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus. An outline of our 6 weeks introductory MOOC of Yunus is here.


Partners being sought to produce deeper curricula in each major market area that yunus has helped to free - ie end the chaining of poorest people. we welcome your feedback washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

 Our youth and journalists network developed the tag "Friends of Yunus" after 3 visits at start of 2010 when the ownership crisis of Grameen Bank started - on the one side yunus and the 8 million members coop, on the other side the government and lawyers of sheikh hasina. We have been broadening the curriculum now that millions of youth are invited byAtlanta to join in November 2015 celebrations of Yunus and other Nobel Laureates attempt to make Youth Job Creation Summits more valuable to sponsor and hos than the Olympics 


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April 2011

  • Sarkozi writes to Hasina inviting formation of G21 with Bangladesh but only if ideas of youth's favourite economist are included
  • Prodi writes to Hasina
  • Skoll interrupts schedule of social entrepreneur world championships to testify on behalf of yunus as 2010s most joyful economist and net generation's most exciting hi-trust entrepreneur

March 2011

  • Princess Anne travels to Dhaka to celebrate "capping" of first alumni of the Grameen Caledonian Nursing college sponsored by the girl empowerment programs of Nike and Buffett famil





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Please provide any of following details: your name , pointy of contact, when and how first met yunus; any other short message on the joy of work with yunus
 freedom of yunus as worldwide matter not internal on  The Obamas - Barack's mother was a pioneer of microcredit in Indonesia in 1980s
 future integtrity of hi-trust microcredit  Queen Sofia of Spain - first visited Grameen villages in 1980s; number 1 continuoiu supporter of microcreditsummit from inaugural in 1997 to guest hosting world microcreditsummit of 2011
 Sam Daley-Harris  Results
 Grameen Credit Agricole
 Manmohan Singh  Economist & Prime Minister India
 Nicholas Sarkozi  Prime Minister France
 Mary Robinson  Former PM Ireland; Ethical Global Initiative
 Maria Nowak & Martin Hirsch
 James Wolfensohn  Former head of world bank
 Gordon Brown  Former PM UK
 Benedict Faivre-Tavignot  Convenor First Global Social Business Lunch 2005
 Carlos Slim  Mexico
 Frank Riboud  Danone
 Craig Barrett  Former CEO Intel
 Marie Nowak
 Ingrid Munro
 Peter Ryan
 Monica Yunus artists peace corps
 Milla Sunde & Tom Bevan first social business pop group and investors Grameen Eye Hospital

 Sarah Butler-Sloss, Prince Charles, BBC's Paul Rose  Greeen Energy:
 John Mackey  CEO WholeFoods and creator of
 Norman Macrae Deceased  The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant
 yunus as genius economist any nation would be privileged to have as chief advisor to youth's moist exciting decade of jobg creation and sustainbility; mrach up to 500 coingressment sampled by results with Journal of Sociail Business  Over two thirds of US congress as at September 2010 - see eg for 4 videos on motion demanding Dr Yunus speaks to congress in 2011
 Giving obama advice on his future legacy - eg obama-clinton global initiative of SB in Africa  Hilary and Bill Clinton - started microcrredit in Arkansas around 1990 after being inspired by Yunus
   NC Infotech solutions of yunus and finding  mediators
   Mostofa - leaflets as stimulus to youth research incluidng Entrepreneurial Bangaldesh celebration of 40th year and 2010s as Bangladesh's and worldwide youths most ctitical decade
 Vivian Norris De Montaigu  Yunus Movie
 Holly Mosher  Bonsai Movie
 Gayle Ferraro  To catch a dollar movie
 Alan Weber  Former founder fast Company; proposer of Yunus 2nd Nobel Prize for economics
 Rick Wartzman  Director Drucket Institute
   A_D cataloguing first 100 youth sb franchises to be incubated out of 40 myplaces with SB funds from Big Society's dormant accounts and youth celebration out of every community in year prior to olympics as greatest celebration of queen elizabeth legacy to commonwealth and youth. Involvement of BBC wherever good news of ER is demonstrable.


riday, April 8, 2011

thanks who are the worlds 10 most exciting leaders of youth

 yes very good thanks- obviously dr yunus has a lot to do;
at some stage I would like if we could sit down with eg lamiya- look through the 3000 leaders list - and see if we can identify top 10 similar to eg sarah butler-sloss
its probably better we do that when you are there eg monday or tuesday but if I meet yunus on sunday I will try and verify permission-vision
this whole situation is so difficult but if there is a silver lining it is that yunus is now 10 times  stronger amongst the worldwide decison-makers & owners of tech assets who know there is something very wrong with macro economics and the expoentail loss of sustainability and youth
THE Y10 & Youth's Largest Investment Fund
my recommendation find a way through teleconference or private leadership summit to demonstrate how extraordinary empowering of 2010s the 10 most trusted people can be if connected around yunus and investing in youth's most heroic goals (Yunus Time is Now Chapter) - anyhow that's my belief, and while dr yunus actioned entreprenurship more than anyone over the last 35 years I am not sure that entrepreneurship would be the word at the epicentre of "what economics do we want to spin 7 billion human livwes around" if it hadnt been microeconomics signature word at The Economist between 1843 and 1988 - which is also why I am confident that a survey of the big owners of The Economist could find that sarah isnt the only one in top 10 worldwide youth can trust most
we also need a plan that people can plug and play with over next 11 quarters
by quarter 11 we will know if we have all helped enough to return bangladesh to the most exciting nation for net generation to connect with the way it was when my dad died
during first 2 quarters the big event needs to be yunus at us congress -what is action learnt before and after not just the 60 minutes
quarter 3 is the last worldwide microcreditsummit at least in the current 15 year series
if sarah ,anne and others can get royal family involved in seeing their vision and yunus as synergetic, then quarters 4 and 5 can celebrate run up to olypics and also the last chance to save a collapsing europe by turning dormant bank accpunts into funds for social business stockmarkets (FOOTNOTE: see also my dads 1972 survey on the biggest crisis of the 40 years to 2012) - something of interest not only to every yunus supporter in uk but queen sofia, sarkozi, romano prodi and mary robinson - and probably other euro leaders
my dad's micro-eminence in japan remains strong enough to raise debate that they lead the green revolution sb stockmarket if advised by yunus
involving jack ma as fully as possible would be exciting
all of the above is like the start of a map- who would you linkin in to it first; obviously anyone who asks for yunsu help with youth in their region will also be asked to relentlessly think and act on how they can free bangaldeshi youth

THE ECONOMIST 1972: A revealing yesterday 
Business and Finance - A survey  "The Next Forty Years"of Multinational Business in which Norman Macrae first argues how to free sustainbility of trillion dollar global market ny blending partnerships and the roles of exponential economics with that of goal-led future historians. He also starts a listing of macroeconomic short-term fixes prompted by world wars that need to be addressed if the world's entire financial system is not to collaspe in 2010s
The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972.
Pages s5-s8. Vol 242, issue 6700.
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