Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
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While it may be the case that European Union has been designed so as to minimise spanish youth's voice in the future, it is exciting that the hispanic youth view in USA is numerically on the up and up especially as this also brings southern hemisphere futires full court
EuroRelated Private source material- Portugal nationwide survey of EU PEDIP funds 1994
2001-2004 Related public material - Trust and positive emotional energy EU knowledge management volunteer editor- included studies of why Barcelona was then valued as number 1 KM city.
How can the great USA coordinated youth summits up to 2015 (2 through the world bank and 1 through atlanta fully integrate spanish youth diasporas job creating wished and ideas?
Here are some specs we are tracking but we'd love to have mcuh more to linkin - firstname.lastname@example.org
san diego south west regional microcredit and EPteam summit april 8 also serves as final reherasal for world microcreditsummit out of mexico august 2014 folowing on philip[ines 2013 and the Queen Sofia hosted Spain summit 2011 which sought to twin youth nmicrocredit labs with kenya's world elading innovations - jamii bora, mpesa nanocredit, ilab, crowdmap, bridge international schooling - all paradigms that southern hemisphere youth can gain from open networking
Mexico became the wporld's epicentre of microcredit conflict when the US charity ACCION helped IPO's exatrach about half a billion dolasr of wealth that the pooerest members bank of compartamentos had previously implied to be designed round ending poverty. Carlos Slim was asked by Muhammad Yunus to set up a coiunter-example to Accion Comartamos. So 2014 is a very exciting yera to debrief what has really emerged out of all this micro-conflict
JImKIm has already started up demand for the Pope Francis (Argenetina's and South America's firts Poe) missing curriculu of servant leadership - something that can flow from every family loving culture that romans and south americans are known for. Lets hope those linking in the Atlanta 2015 youth and Nobel summit from the Club of Rome origins fully bridge these . Its also interesting to reread Lech walesa's Warsaw 2013 Nobel sumit testimony Solidraite would never have empowered the whole of Poland in their freedom revplution from USSR without the cultural joy of Pope John paul. For nations to bend the curve back from being ruled by the 1% it takes world recognition for a nation's people to unite around such a stand whatever the scarifice elders will thereby need to make for their childrens geater good
we love all the work spanish-speaking friends are linking around this curriculum and would like to hear from any alumni - its centres of production are chile and miami and its inspiration is the lifelonglearning of dr yunus and his youth partner networks
El día más importante para el Social Business School www.ensglobal.org vía e-learning, siendo capaz de llegar a todo el mundo de habla española
here are some notes from our diaries during the year we spent editing a special issue of journal of social business celebrating first 15 years of knowledge flows across microcreditsummits - this was handed out to 2000 delegates at the world microcreditsummit spain 2011 and can be dowloaded here
we love the work going on around Nazrul Chowdhury in Spain . He updates this mini-bio with us recently
Nazrul Chowdhury. I have masters in Economics (Social Science), Chittagong University, then I have completed my MBA (Banking and Finance) from Dhaka, Bangladesh, then I have completed two years Higher Management Program (GMP) from CEDEP, INSEAD, Paris and have completed my PhD in Development and Cooperation from Spain. I worked more than 16 years for Grameen Bank, Bangladesh. Then last more than 7 years I am based in Spain, have been working for Spanish Ministry of Finance. During this time I have developed a Green Microcredit Progarm which is based on a very especial group methodology. Very soon I am going to impliment the same project with one of the big bank in Spain. I speak fluently Spanish, English and of course my own language Bengali. It will be my pleasure if I can be of any use to any of you. Good luck and all very best. Regards, Nazrul.
our log of why his work is important
he knows what microcredit models work for spanish youth probably more than anyone else as was evident from networks around him at the global microcreditsummit spain 2011
from the early 1990s Queen sofia of spain has been one of microbankings biggest supporters- unfortunately few people have deeply worked out how to implement village banking in spain whose regulations are unlike other euronations - thats why Nazrul's network is so important to crosscheck any youth job creating stimuli intended in spain -
earlier we met Nazrul while he was accompanying mrs begum while she was receiving the UN spanish womens network award- that was back in 2009 in new york- by accident of timing the same week saw a major announcement out of madrid from sam daley-harris, queen sofia and ingrid munro of jamii bora on the focus microcreditsummit henceforth promised to give to youthworldbanking especially out of semi-hemisphere and through slum/urban networks and not just rural village nets
further notes from 3 summits in europe in 2011 - after the spanish and world microcreditsummit we flew from madrid to brussels to attend the eu social business summit and returned a month later to the eu microcredit for europe summit- unfortuately each country's regulations prevent the whole of the original bangladesh models from being replicated- in some countries rules on lending are few but savings can only be organised around banks - even when they are the same big banking systems that all needed bailing out by youth after having bankrupted themselves round property bubbles - among the few people with independent knowhow that youth can trust most we rank nazrul in spain and maria nowak in paris www.adie.org
a young spaniard (and graduate of georgetown university in DC) who has done heroic work on microcredit in afrrica is
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his book is extrordinary -well worth exploring for many unconventional ideas that could work as well as some conventional academic wisdoms which he sometimes explodes and on other occasions gets trapped by as he circles the world interviewing 50 major founders of microcredit and related policymaking