Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
.Can you help us co-host Remembrance Party to Norman Macrae and Free Net Generation as youth's most productive time
Next Party host: Principal Glasgow University 6 Dec 2013
#1 @ Economist Boardroom
#2 With million job future capital creator Taddy Blecher -reference
#3 With Japan Ambassador to Dhaka celebrating 40 years of Bangladesh's race to end poverty and free village mothers and youth -ref YouthCreativeLab and Atlanta's bid to become a million job creating...
Apply if you want to be a hemisphere editor of this Ning and our new economics curriculum-what is your peer network most passionate about mobilising regarding pro-youth economics and collaboration entrepreneurs?
4 hemispheres and investing in co-hosting local remembrance parties of Norman Macrae - firstname.lastname@example.org washingtion dc 1 301 881 1655 linkedin 9500 skype chrismacraedc
youth eastern hemisphere Mostofa Zaman - Dhaka email email@example.com
I am writing to anyone who might have a chance in coming weeks to talk to yunus or any pro-youth entrepreneur about their favourite wordwide youth gamechangers and particularly to mostofa who is the dhaka contact point for survey on how yunus, youth and mooc can help each other change the world
suggested pro-youth economics exercise
write a short review of who's who or where's where in whatever gamechanger you are most passionate about freeing millions of youth actions and knowledge around
show it to yunus or whomever is your most passionate gamechanger
make 3 requests
1 will he adopt this gamechanger as a priority to be turning this into a 12 minute online sccipt for millions of youth to use online and collaboratively?
2 will he or she edit your first draft?
3 will he or she nominate one world expert that will be meeting in next few months where we can make a 3 minute video of the 2 experts discussing the gamechanger; in cashless banking case that follows my choice would be to video yunus & soros (but then transparency i note that members of my family has long friendships with each)
here is an example on the gamechanger of cashless banking - by the way if you can pen a better starting script fine, but either mostofa or I aim to try this exercise out on yunus at our next meeting
what do millions of youth need to network and action next around cashless banking?
after 7 years of discussion with bangladesh's founding microfinance entrepreneurs including all of the 3 most revolutionary pro-youth and pro-mothers, we believe cashless banking is the last chance of microfinance champions who want to end poverty or create jobs out of every community- help millions of youth to know of this possibility
brainstorm (or join gamechnager mooc online forum) round some reasons why
cashless banking can also do some other extremely controversial things in support of those who joyfully believe that no millennium goal is now impossible if enough people connect actions and learning around it -it can save any country that the EU destroys at the periphery and it can renew 2010s optimism on issues that are all about getting back to what the Pope Francis calls the power of service- since this links into every religion's golden rule of saving the commons for the poorest (families) to be sustainable , our first question to you is if you know your faith very well what's the simplest link we could all be reading on its golden rule
My father whose Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues in The Economist began in 1972 with a startling survey on corrections that would need to be made to 20th C macroeconomics if the net generation was to be sustainable -as opposed to being pied pipered down Orwell's Big Brother endgame - also wrote his last article xmas 2008 on how every way he had ever researched for the net generation to create 3 billion jobs and unite human race in ending poverty could depend on getting cashless banking right for each nation's different context in the 2010s - if that's a topic that interests you, we welcome opportunity to co-host a remembrance parry in your country to The Economist's journalist of entrepreneurial revolution and pro-youth economics
contact our pro-youth economics co-editors or apply to become one for your region pro-youth economic editors at Norman Macrae Foundation
all the best chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc