Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
quarrels between trump and paris climate politicians are irrelevant to creating next billion green jobs which depend on professions being transformed around exponentials the way kim advocates and on whether we help create free climate university for over million students empowering #learningeneration at these key events during trump's 1461 days connecting from ChinaG20 through Belt Forums
http://www.tedxwbg.com/ Sources for millennials Happy 2015 dialogues of pih on 1 Ebola 2 how to leverage technology to radically engage patients on health care; UN is 2015 year of all change to sustainability goals
--- world bank tedx ; lancet 2013 paper on global health's social valuation; 2003 Farmer biography Mountains beyond mountains; the seminal 2013 book Reimagining Global Health-an introduction by Farmer, Kim and about 12 other Partner in Health operational leaders in countries or critical disease communities PIH now operates out of;. 60 minute audio debriefing on West Africa Ebola by Kim and Framer 9 December 2014 soon to be published by www.pih.org 2013 dialogue between Kim and Pope Francis,
|Jim Kim 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB how did villager networks around Sir Fazle build rural health service? build village education? build banking networks? build valuetrue maps of food , water and safe-for-children communities?
Africanidol.tv - Did Young africans launch most entrepreneurial summit ever? Why not launch a Young Continent Society for every continent on October 7 gamechanging maps of value chains fit for millenials
Unacknowledged ECONOMICS BREAKING NEWS - World Bank 7 Oct- Jim Kim demands worldwide youth spread public service cultures of 1 Accountability, 2 Transparency 3 Collaboration. Demands African youth hold himself and elder generation urgently accountable for local impacts of global health systems. Cites his friend Sir Fazle Abed's village healthcare networking paradigm as critical in uniting all who value millennials' goals to celebrate #2030now #wbgyouthsummit 9 October Apple's Beats Ambassador Dbanj joins Jim Kim in the inaugural end poverty tedx (which is also a research space for world bank partners in transforming open education of #2030now and millennials as the heart of post 2015 goals. World Bank's opening week of year 2014-2015 rounds off with valuing China's jack Ma with relay passed to UN - Jim Kim internet laureate of the decade's bridge from pre 2015 mindsets to post 2015
wb live update Youth Summit 2014_Concept Note (External).pdf, 327 KB rsvp email@example.com if you find next update on world bank youth summit - date 7 october- this update 9 july 2014
Open Learning Campus launched by world bank aug 2014- missing curricula rehearsals 1 RISK summer 2014; climate spring2014
Urgent question from Bottom Billion: Can you help identify the greatest Bottom-Up and youth professionals networks ever mobilised -stories of "small beautiful, open planetwide scale absolutely essential"
SEARCH: Top 10 Jobs Co-Creators With NETGEN
10 Yunus -BEST NEWSCASTER EVER just in last 6 years diaries 1000 life changing concepts yunus has connected since jan 2008 which youth might otherwise never have been aware of- his valuetrue role plays the opposite to the ad agencies that spend half a trillion dollars a year rehearsing concepts that are marginal improvements at best and are failed bankers value chains, job-losers and dirty 20th century's at worst- how about you? BU inventions - Financial adviser, builder, energy-adviser, mobile telecoms for every 60 poorest mothers
9Sir Fazle Abed - BEST VILLAGE ENGINEER EVER -nobody in The Economist's (first 43 years of searching) both's engineers and audits the 3E's of microfranchsing with such relentless love (empowring self-confidence of all involved) as sir fazle abed and the world's largest and most collaborative grassroots networks BRAC. BU Inventions include - para-health, legal adviser, literacy and jobs educator for every village ...
whats fun is anyone can nominate their own top 10 job creators
but to improve that list dont choose 10 who open the same doors
eg maybe yunus can talk about "celebrate" the 1000 concepts that most excite youth
but he's not jim kim a healthcare servant sitting on top of the most resourced organisations who could help adopt some of these ideas - see eg jim kim's next summit october 7 an please note this is a rehearsal for spring 2015 the final deadline kim and ba ki-moon have set for reviewing worldwide millennial entries http://live.worldbank.org/millennials-endpoverty-2030
nor is yunus - sir fazle abed who started building a real university 15 years ago to ensure sucession/ sustainability of the world's largest and most collaborative bottom-up ngo
nor are any of the three of these leading open education platforms though world bank as course partner could feature all the missing curricula milennials most want to job create and redesign vlue chains around as #2030now
nor directly in the middle of the most youth open tech wizards -the way maybe the director of mit media lab is able to connect usa and asia and africa
so if you like to improve the game rules - find a top 10 or top 5 descriptions of what could be win-wins- you dont have to name the personal gatekeeper straight away
then share your nominations in some sort of friendly wiki space-or even this email - note one persons view isnt correct or wrong it depends what your localities most urgent production needs sustaining youth are which is clearly different where each os us sits and which millennials vote for open source replicating /apping jobs
chris dc 301 881 1655 chrismacraedc
linking missing jobs- curricula of open edu I would like my daughter to be free to access........
Top 3 Recently passed
Mandela links to Popes, alumni of Gandhi, whole truth of every communty ubuntu and cross-cultural celebration; potential link across all Us Africa movements including Luther king and Value chain models across twin sister cities
Borlaug - one of the most influential crop science for bottom up agriculture value chain mapping -connections to Nippon Institute and eg BRAC Bangladesh; inspiration for making value chain central debate at usaid under obama and (indirectly) to acceleration of this method's diffusion by Jim Kim
10 Richest Roles to Play in Freedom?
Pope (as steward of greatest religious riches)
Soros -first bilanthoropis of south africa, of eastern hemispher mobile vilages, of open society europe, of ineteconomics, of ending currency and banking hightmares
Gates- Exploring Harvard alumni's biggest Ignorances
Ibrahim - ending digital inequalities Africa
Slim- Ending digital inequalities in spanish mother tongues
Sainsbury Family Foundation fanning European royals valuation of green energy- recalibrating James Wilson's 175th and goodwill economics greatest birthday present
Open Access Week 2013 Kick Off Event at the World Bank ...
Hope this Universal Health Coverage by 2030 A.D ...
Global Voices on Poverty – Interactive Live Blog ...
The Global Burden of Disease - Webcast. Facebook logo ...
The World Bank Group Youth Summit 2013. Facebook logo ...
Making Growth Happen: Implementing Policies for ...
Relationships of Top 50 to Top 10 Living
Branson youth's most valued CEO...Blecher, Mandela..
Because of phony metrics relatively few other ceos of the west's biggest companies yet care about creating jobs- this needs to the biggest change in promotional media ever -however
Danone's CEO Riboud
Arguably Whole Foods CEO Mackey Particularly because of wholeplanetfoundation wholekidsfoundation wholecities foundation is worth benchmarking
Google.org is vaut le voyage
Gorbachev- without whom East Europe wouldnt have been the contients most vital space, Yunus would not have enjoyed the space to connect youth and nobel peace laureates, Soros would have been missing key support of open society
Neville Williams without whom solar would be even further behind - and grameen's energy model for billion poor might never have been demonstrated
Sarah Butler-Sloss (sainsbury family, Ashden) without whom micro energy's critical timeline for wholeplanet would be even further behind, and eg bbc nature journalists would not have had the confidence to break the news of the climate crisis
Michaal Palin - without whom the cross-cultural joy of world service would have died at the BBC
Queen Elizabeth without whom the worldwide goodwill of the national health service wouldnt have taken the starring role at the opening of the olympics
Craig Barrett Family is worth watching
Gates Foundation is best for some of the things it partners behind teh secnces - eg in Tanzania it is BRAC's main partner and it also facilitated how the 4 main mobile companies could gain from a colaborative launch of cashless money's mpesa while continuing to compete around everything else
Julian's nanocredit is the next leapforward
The ITU's is worth watching
The quadir and hughes team are furthest ahead in doing the tech work of cashless banking (potentially a way of banking a billion as yet unbanked)
Mo Ibrahim without whom the revaluation of leadership across africa wouldnt have had the funds or fame to be taken seriously, and poverty alleviation wouldnt have become a cause that so many mobile billionaires raced to partner
Carlos Slim without whom spanish speaking South America wouldnt have become central to end rotten microcredit and there might be no spanish translation services for khan academy
Pope Francis without whom public servants for ending inequality wouldnt have become one of the most urgent missing professional curricula
Lech Walesa without whom Eastern Europe would have been less free, human solidarite movements wouldnt link in through some of the most war-torn places on the planet, and the value of someone like the Pope in getting a nation's elders to transform whatever the sacrifice would not have been demonstrated
Founder of Infosys - perhaps the ,most practical visionary Nilekani a creator of the oursourcing/telecentre revolution
President of Taj Group- one of the best companies in the world for employees
Ex president kalam still rallies youth to tear up non-sustainable courses
The veritable Lucknow family keep Gandhi and Montessori values of education alive like no other institure
Maharishi - see taddy Blecher
a tour from www.sustainability2015.com
this sounds very exciting -thanks ann and bernardo
I have added people because the collaboration/open dynamics you are talking about of direct relations between netizens who want to share what works are fundamental to many of us
Curriculum of job-creating Entrepreneurs and Educators have known since 1984 that Open Online Collaboration can lead to 10 times more growth and sustainability for the net generation but only if we design systems that are opposite to closed, offline, falsely competitive and separated (eg externalising, compounding risk at boundaries onto whomever is already weakest)
There is no point asking young people to dedicate themselves to the hard work of innovation solutions of OOC if we cant then Massively linkin the good news (utter failure of public broadcaster like bbc to understand this purpose is extremely bad news - absurdly it wil probbaly take scottish devolution begore a scottosh broadcasting corporation featuring nightly good news to end poverty editorially consistent with adam smith and james wilson is freed) Pray that the head of future of the scottish university systems gets this in time and invites all nordica regions to join in -great if new zealand can also cluster some similarly pro-youth nations
Tebabu's sister city project connects ethiopia and washington dc and maryland in ways that empower direct citizen exchanges - the subject of a us-africa diaspora summit 2 weeks ago which
naila from women4empowerment and anna who does lots of exchanges out of san diego attended
the fastest way to end poverty is to redesign value chains to take out middle men; the problem for the net generation is that government bodies are often the worst of all middlemen especially in education; I can say that coming from Europe where clearly brussels is more concerned with perpetuating itself than losing whole generations especially at border countries to the core region its bureaucracy empires over
gordon from new zealand has been core to student led revolution of web learning for over 30 years http://thelearningweb.net and outside of nz, china is where parents most want his revolutions to linkin
alizee is an amazing chinese student trying to change education
clara's networks out of chile show how anyone with a passion (in her professional case photography and her passion can change the value chain of plastic) can linking action learning networks of critical impact to human sustainability
sunita's family has been epicentral to continuing montessoris/gandhi revolution of education out of lucknow india for 60 years- recent good news http://globaldream.guru is that of 100 times more effective process for resolving adult illiteracy - something mostofa out of dhaka is ensuring banladehs's greatest educators for the poor review
Research for the world record book of job creators shows that by the end of 2030, the extent to which your place's youth have direct trading relationships with chinese networks of youth is probably the most valuable entrepreneurial and sustainable challenge of them all- and in areas like changing te energy value chain - the sustainability of billions of beings will likely depend on it
how do we continue this sort of discussion into actions (at least among those whom it concerns enough to help youth network it through ihubs and other such direct open source exchanges when the tools are global but the value needs to be grounded in local community exchanges starting with the most vulnerable which is what the nanocredit exchanges that naila maps do)
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From: Bernardo Javalquinto
To: Ann Poulsen ; christopher macrae
Sent: Tuesday, 1 July 2014, 22:29
Subject: RE: what chances do we have of exporting USChina Diaspora model to san diego from DC's US Africa Diaspora summit
I think this will help. A lot
Chris another angle.........
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De: Ann Poulsen
Enviado: 01-07-2014 22:19
Para: Bernardo Javalquinto
Asunto: Re: what chances do we have of exporting USChina Diaspora model to san diego from DC's US Africa Diaspora summit
I do not completely follow all of the thread of macrae's conversation….however, I get the gist.
Some more information about NZ:
- we have a free trade agreement with China, which is China's way of recognising the support it has received from this small nation in the middle of nowhere, going back at least 100 years
- Auckland has sister city relationships with Guangzhou and Ningbo
- many Chinese students come to Auckland for secondary and tertiary education
- former Waitakere mayor Bob Harvey is a citizen of Ningbo and well-loved in China as he was once President of the NZ Communist Party
- in his role as Chair of Waterfront Auckland, Bob is raising billions of dollars in China to finance the re-development of Auckland
Any new educational institution which established itself in Auckland on the basis that it would hope to attract some enrolments from China would be very well supported by council… council may even want to partner the venture.
NZ relations with Bangladesh have been very favourable since 1971 as we were one of the first countries to officially recognise Bangladesh. We have a bilateral trade agreement with Bangladesh and students come to study here. Earlier this year a former PM of NZ visited Bangladesh as special envoy to the current Prime Minister, but I don't know why. The game of cricket is a great bond between us.
In other words, Auckland may be well-placed to help form a bridge between China and Bangladesh.
In terms of environmental sustainability, we are recognised as world leaders in this..the Japanese city of Kakogawa modelled its massive harbour clean-up and environmental restoration project on what they learnt during study trips to Waitakere. I have long complained to council that it is not doing enough to help the citizens commercialise the IP they have created around environmentalism, and without creating such an income stream, it is difficult for the work to continue.
Hope these thoughts are of interest.
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anna you tell me over 30% of uni of san diego are asians
we can of course adapt tebabu's model to have correspondents of millennials across whole eastern hemisphere but please lets make sure the chinese feel epicentral to this because win-win trade with china remains number 1 way to get millennials networking their goals for a sustainable planet -eg if china gets green energy right in time climate can be saved before half if bangladesh is the wrong sort of puddle
right now the superstar of the future of chinese education is also the number 1 retired star of the NBA - hence a triad of exchanges between africa americans and chinese - the former commisioner of the NBA and director of thurgood marshall is also the agent Yao Ming trusts most
ultimately nobody's a real friend of yunus who doesnt build win-win trades between bangladeshis and chinese only china is big enough to ensure bangladesh doesnt become the next Egypt -reread 2008 yunus book- cox's bazar
If we have both East Coast and West Coast hosting inter-hemisphere summits before Atlanta nov 2015
then we can get back to Free EDU's pro-youth futures
Entry from life in day of Yao Ming -China Nov 2013
This is so fantastic. Former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming is three years removed from his last game as an NBA player, and four and a half years removed from his last All-Star game as a dominant force in the pivot, but that hasn’t stopped him from attempting to turn himself into an anonymous scholar of sorts. As detailed by the New York Times on Thursday, Yao is beginning his third year at Jiao Tong University in Shanghai, China – an institution he chose in 2011 because he “wanted to feel the atmosphere on campus.”
Presumably the Frisbee Golf competitions at the quad, we’re guessing.
Here’s a snippet of Yao’s day to day life, from the Times:
On class days, Yao Ming, the 7-foot-6 retired N.B.A. center, wakes up at the crack of dawn to beat the Shanghai traffic. Carrying a lunch prepared by his wife, Ye Li, a 6-foot-3 former player in China’s professional league, Mr. Yao drives more than an hour to Jiao Tong University, where he sits through his required courses in the economics and management department. According to one Chinese news report, Mr. Yao would prefer to live in the dorms with his 20-year-old classmates, a move that would save time and energy, “but the beds are too small.”
“When I signed my first professional contract with the Shanghai Sharks at age 17, I promised my parents that, after my basketball career ended, I would pursue my studies at the university level,” Mr. Yao told reporters in Shanghai.
As reported two years ago by People’s Daily Online, Yao will be receiving a heap of private instruction in mathematics, English, journalism (!) and finance courses because he is still swarmed on the campus by adoring fans. He also had to give an initial press conference upon his first year at the university, one that was attended by over 100 media members.
The Times also relayed another interesting quirk to Yao’s life as a student. Most famous former athletes are expected to take on a figurehead role with the government upon retirement, acting as an ambassador for the country in myriad ways in order to take advantage of their celebrity. Because Yao had to leave home at such an early age to train with the members of the Chinese national team, though, he felt pressure to live up to the educational promise he made to his parents. Yao has taken on several charitable causes in his time away from the game, most notably in opposition to the cruel act of cribbing shark fins for food, but his commitment to chasing his degree seems real.
Which is tough, because as Yao mentioned two years ago, he’s a bit “rusty” when it comes to picking up on what most students have to work through in their late teens. Yao is clearly a very intelligent man, but going back to college in your early-to-mid 30s is no joke.
Especially when you’re being mobbed by fellow classmates on your way from class to class. The packed lunch from the missus helps, though, we presume.
valuetrue death of distance
Knowledge from first 45 yeras of exploring
valuetrue death of distance
Knowledge from first 45 years of exploring Deayh of Distance (with thanks to initial inspiration from The Economist)
the first net gen's communications revolution was biggest our race would ever see- bigger than printing press that slowly communicated with words, bigger than industrial revolution steam engines whose trains empowered land-lubbed people to travel more than 15 miles per lifetime; moreover death of distance is virtually free since satellite communication costs are not dependent much at all on distance; moreover its value maximisation would open source livfe saving microfranchises;
BUT each new media poses a problem - as it changes the commons will politicians let all the public play with its smartest uses at te same time or live tv ads will it be used by the biggest to dumb down, or worse as hitler the first powerful person to have audio tape recording will it be used to brainwash -collapsing trust and love between peoples and communities
the curriculum of mobile telecommunications needed to be empowered by those representing world's poorest women most truly - can you better eg those linking in at http://vimeo.com/86955821 co-chaired by the first female director of grameen phone who has 17 yeras of observing most extreme value multipliers poorest vilage women networkers (and their next gen) can sustain
(Video) SAMARA YOUTH ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION
In the early 1990s an Ethiopian launched the African continent's first satellite- he ensured one common frequency for life critical information ... and the continent started to lead the netgen world in youthworldbanking and job-creating microeducation.
African Sampler of highlights from world record book of job creators
African net generation's top 3 educational revolutionaries- rsvp email@example.com to nominate changes to youth's MVPs
Ethiopian American: Samara -video 1; latest social buisness
Gamechangers of mobile and satellite
Toure family ITU. Women4Empowerment and Mali
Ibrahim - helping next billion africans value public servants - and inspiration for good news by and for africans
Cases of missing curricula found @ primary
financial literacy - aflatoun orphns find best finacial lit curriculum
adult readiing literacy within a month -researched at India's main school of Gandhi/Montessori and world's largest school -also respomsible for peace curicula Gnadhi and mandela would have hoped all teachers of children valued most
transcendental mediation - best cross-cultural joy and self-confidence curriculum?
MKedical gamechangers summary map after ychronic inputs new york
parts of farmer/kim value chnain hiv virals : james love, anthony so
milennaisl yp medic netwoprks
uni of tokyo alumni
Jim Kim 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB
Africanidol.tv - Did Young africans launch most entrepreneurial summit ever? Why not launch a Young Continent Society for every continent on October 7