Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
Entrepreneurial Revolution's listing of the worldwide's most valued jobs connectors is catalogued by male and female. Additionally: bold means that nature's grace willing they will likely have another quarter of a century's exponential impact by which time we will know whether 7 billion human beings can live sustainable livelihoods. Italics means it would be wise to assume that a person has less than a decade of active impact and it is therefore most urgent to develop their life's open education curriculum now. Normal font means in between.
ER curriculum major open education deadline in 2018 - 175th year that The Economist was founded by our Scottish Diaspora leaders to mediate end of hunger and end of capital abuse of youth
Our foundation for the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution is mainly comprised of journalists, educators, mathematicians and economists. We are old school in that we value the responsibility of economics as designing systems that end poverty and maximise peoples working livelihoods with particular concern for the interaction of the 3 most vulnerable populace: youth, women and poorest. We are new school in that we started ER's open curriculum search in 1972 after observing students test early digital networks. For over 40 years now we have tested leaders and transparency networkers on their belief that the coming net generation is challenged by both the opportunity and risk of the greatest wholeplanet change one generation has ever faced.
In terms of past tranparent leaders our 3 greatest jobs sustainers to learn from are John Von Neumann, and Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi whose life changing moments started up out of South Africa. We welcome correspondence -if we do not feature some you value as a greatest livelihood connector (very likely as English is our only mother tongue)- firstname.lastname@example.org - or if you know of a linked resource we haven't yet programmed into a leader's curriculum
Mrs Begum. Naila Chowdhury, Monica Yunus, Tamara Abed, Sunita Gandhi, Sarah Butler-Sloss (Ne Sainsbury), ...Queen Elizabeth of UK, Queen Sofia of Spain, Vivian Westwood, Ingrid Munro, Laura Turner Seydel
|.Soros, Sir Fazle Abed, Muhammad Yunus, Taddy Blecher., Jack Ma, Tim Berners Lee, Jagdish Gandhi, Manmohan Singh,, Gordon Dryden, Sal Khan, JIM KIM, Paul Farmer, Mo Ibrahim, Bula, Jeff Skoll, Larry Brilliant. Mikail Gorbachev, Pope Francis, Lech Walesa, Harrison Owen, Ralph Nader, J Gifford Pinchot,|
Taddy Blecher Summary- Taddy started massive job creating partnerships out of Joburg S Africa in 1999 - to date he has created 5 university colleges which are virtually free to attend for the country's poorest but most entrepreneurial students - his curricula - entrepreneurship, financial literacy, empowerment with the Maharishi process are now being extended to 14 million school children a year - Taddy's goal to create 1 million jobs by and with youth in S.Africa. He believes many African and other capitals could extend similar impacts. His south african partners include google , branson (who is extending school of entrepreneurship to Jamaica and soon UK) and mandela elders. Blecher's search for inter-capital partners is ongoing but Ilabs particularly those matching Rockefeller youth goals are one major collaboration focus.
Help us wiki who's connecting with Blecher here. His webs include http://maharishiinstitute.org/the-institute/meet-our-directors/ Our last briefing with Blecher was a group skype 30 Dec 2013 -for more details notes please contact email@example.com
We currently rank South Africa's colaborations as number 1 in twinning million jobs creating capitals