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worldwide sustainability diary - linking social action futures net generation seek most

editing suggestions welcome- please note that while our scots diaspora family has informally supported this search over 40 years starting at The Economist and more than 100 countries, currently our travel is constrained to Washington DC as epicentre. we welcome correspondence networks representing other millennials future bases see 2030now blog and collaboration research for YouthCreativeLab

note in north west hemispheres youth years start in september -often within weeks the whole year has been boxed in - something we believe schooling systems are terrifying mistakenly designed round and one of the unintended calamities of examinations not jobs being the way education is valued- for conciseness we date year by september start - eg 2014 = september 2014 -august 2015

some events' month change from year to year- always check event ahead of time- this diary reports history of when events have normally been woven into the year

SEPTEMBER

  1. 2014 sees focus on diaring fringe events of UN week 21-29 September New York
  2. Fasion for developments biggest meeting where world's first women change responsibity of tese sectors: fashion, superstars, digital media's mass impacts from viewpoints of the 3 majorities with less than 10% say in the futuire - women, youth, poorest
  3. september's all time highlights include- state wide competitions -one day a year when whole states education system listens to pitches from most socially educated or entrepreneurial students -active 2011-2013 breather 2014, before 2015 multi-youth summit debriefing on post 2015 millennials goals
  4. Universities of an entrepreneurial kind usually start a pitching competition during first 2 months using the MIT paradigm; septber/october also seen as only 2 months to introduce missing subjects summits such as those relevant to sustainability investment and transforming 21st netgen  C beyond riks of systems that are too big to exist
  5. First wek of this month is usually time for convergences 2015 leading microsummit- some would say the world's now that microcreditsummit has given up its position at the pole of millennials' goals summits

OCTOBER

  • World Summit organised for youth by World Bank young professionals inaugurated october 2013- pivotal to jim kim (and Ban KI-moon) strategic change at world bank to invest in milennials leading their own goals
  • Normal month of nobel epace summit orgnaise out of Rome in different world capitals eg warsaw 2013, cape town 2014; exceptionally Atlanta Novemebr 2015 will host convergence of all learning of 2000-2015  : peace laureats action networks, millennial goals young profession practice networks, launch by atlanta's great and good of twin cities youth jobs summits being more valued than Olympics

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Usual date for judging of accelerator entrepreneur projects -because winter break (lasting up to 6 weeks is one time in university year when international field trips most convenient to schedule)

Usually the Nobel Peace laureate ceremony comes to a crescendo in this month- greaatet opportunities to include youth in this could be identified wherever the laureate values future of peace in being youth hands; probably best case to date - 2006 laureate muhammad yunus launched pop group thegreenchildren round celebrating grameen peace award (sales of hear me now netted a million dollars used to start up the social business replication of aravind's end unnecessary blindness microfranchise


Some smaller countries celebrate the end/start calendar year holiday time to stage nation's defining youth challenge:

  • In Poland, The Great Orchestra of Xmas starts its year fundaraiing. It targets one pediatric speciality for the country's national health service a year. While doodr to door colections are networked at tyear end, as ummer pop festival is organsied for all who connect the most good or funds/p>

  • in new zealand www.thelearningweb.net hosts its annual challenge of what billion dolar industry will NZ 15-18 year olds need to transform next and which other nations 15-18 years olds will be most practical to partner

JANUARY

Has become the date for the world's jointly most uneconomic forum (the other being wherever the big meet to compound the next financial crisis) . There are always possibilituies for surprise when the world's biggest convene up a mountain top - eg the year of the first oil crisis providd opportunity for middle east delegates concerned with teh future to chat with other world leaders - so if world economic forum has any remaining credibility for future of youth it could be in helping future of that region- before coming to power bula red-eyed by attending world social forum in brazil's porto allgre and then wef in davos. He gave some space to linking in socail entreprenurs (but this movement has its own uneconomic problems). More relevantly he made idea of alternative trading clusters to G8 valuable - including B for Brazil-led BRICS

However unlike rebirth of un week in september, accessibility to fringe meeting hosts of davos is next to zero

FEBRUARY

Has become favorite month for MIT DLAB summit - unlike mits entrepreneur stduent competitions running through the eyra this is a time when stdents and cross-dicsiplinary faculties gain a worldwide update from best for developing world practitioner progress

MARCH

APRIL

Usually month of summits summarising new learning and open solutions of the year - just squeezed in before final examinataions and student year disbanding in May. One of best pro-millennials example is EPTEAM summit out of san diego

Usual month of women4empowerment demonstration of how regional medics can unite for a day to offer over 3000 families free healthchecks

April is usual month for world bank spring meetings when most public and global debrief meetings are hosted out of world bank. From 2014-2015 competition of millennials suggestions will be blended with the other celebrations of world bank live

Usual onth of skoll's world championships out of oxford

MAY

Usual month for ashden's green community energy laureates convened with resources of sainsbury family and moral support of prince charles and typically media support of bbc nature 
JUNE

In dhaka birthday wish party of muhammad yunus organsied informally by NM Foundation in 2009 and by formal organisers since 2010
JULY

Probably emerging as month when different youth regional societies of world bank host their summits following model pioneered by Young Aftica Society 2013-2014. The reason for this date seems to be that in a crowded year this is the only time left for hosting massive social investment summits like that Obama convened for Africa from 1 Augsust 2014

AUGUST

ALL YEAR ROUND GEMS

7-18 year olds about 20 summits ans student competitions hosted by Lucknow world citizen curricula leaders per year

Events linked into kenya's IHUB - epicentre of open source tech wizards starting with least resources but access to humanit's greatest problems (social labs)

Events linked to the 10+ labs and student capiatl processes innovated over last 25 years at MIT and gravitating foundr of web and open source everything search

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7-18 year olds about 20 summits ans student competitions hosted by Lucknow world citizen curricula leaders per year

Events linked into kenya's IHUB - epicentre of open source tech wizards starting with least resources but access to humanit's greatest problems (social labs)

Events linked to the 10+ labs and student capiatl processes innovated over last 25 years at MIT and gravitating foundr of web and open source everything search

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