more importance than the Olympics; reclaim youth capitalism curricula on platform like khan academy in time for 175th anniversary of The Economist (2018) where Norman Macrae first facilitated leadership debates of net generation's Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1972. To date 4 co-hosted remembrance parties have connected: south africa's free university and schools curriculum of entrepreneurship, decision-makers in The Economist, Japan Embassy Reconciliation work in Bangladesh, Adam Smith Scholars at Glasgow University. We co-sponsored first rehearsal of Atlanta as favorite US capital of youth and yunus - http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com after hosting 3 birthday wish parties with dr yunus.We are always searching for next connector- we would like to see post 2015 goals co-edited on a wiki by youth and second the the motion of Sir Fazle Abed that with recent abundance of open education platforms microeducationsummit can now empower more sustainablity connections than microcreditsummit
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eneration are all interconnected (concepts for doing this are at socialbusiness.tv)
We Create What We Want. We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. We achieve what we want to achieve. We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not! We believe we can create a poverty-free world. We need to invent ways to change our perspective. We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world. Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental. The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own. Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” Source :http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html
#2030 now - why world bank ceo Jim Kim believes in never separating:
public leaders number 1 job of ending inequality (not just on moral grounds but now that its seen on all over the internet on grounds of how public leaders are henceforth valued)
..Keynes General Theory explains (the systems of) how economists and media people rule over what futures are possible- what would happen if they ever sold out to forces that didn't care about our grandchildren's future
Is this the root cause of the lost generation crisis we are facing in 2010s and if so how do we return to pro-youth capitalism? .could we please do so by 2018 which is both the 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to mediate an end to hunger and the 260th birthday of Adam Smith's reasoning that moral sentiments (ie goodwill metrics) are critical to all metrics especially those economists compound
history shows the only peaceful way to overthrow ruling professions who have lost touch with community sustainability is to rebuild the whole education system for age 9 up- while this took 25 years for the trio of Gandhi, Montessori and Einstein to do , the hope is thatopen education platforms can do that faster
sustain jobs and collaboration joy of millennials, or depression and ever less productive freedoms of peoples and communities
First 4 doublings of global commns tech age
Japan starts up far east rising
S Koreajoins in eastern development
ChinaDiaspora:East's Superports -HK, Taiwan, Singapore...
Mao'sl agrarian keynsianism and barefoot medical service
Diaspora 3rd richest;
intel starts up 68 moores-law doubling of chip capacity every 2 years
Satellite age lifts off -telecoms will mean death of distance age where productivity networked around the world will explain 10 times more sustainable value than what you can do only with people liviing/working next door to you
1972 The Economist starts what becomes in 2015 the 44th year of sustainable millennials open learning diaries inspired by observing online student learning networks at UK Computer Assisted Learning Project…
e Economist diarised the curriculum of youth economics and sustainability's exponential crisis of whether the first net generation would be empowered to collaborate around millennium goals- a question raised in our 1984 future history of net generation)
While dad died in 2010, ER 5 year plan to 2018 is the most critical to sustaining global village youth everywhere. Dad's last project began with Muhammad Yunus in 2007 and has involved me in 20 interviews of Dr Yunus including 10 in Bangladesh. We have hosted various birthday wish parties around Dr Yunus including one in Dhaka that reconnected Grameen and BRAC; and one in Glasgow University where Adam Smith Scholars and Yunus celebrated the first 250 yeras of the curriculum of Moral Sentiments
I am trying to research the various youth summits, open education platforms and citizen chapters (eg conscious capitalism and women4empowerment) that could converge around the Future Capitalism of Youth
I briefly talked to Mr Alhendawi at the World Bank youth summit -and understand the next in this series will be co-hosted with UN in New York. Our Foundation helped as a minor sponsor of the opening event in Atlanta's Nov 2015 goals to show that youth jobs summits can be more impactful than the Olympics. 12 Nobel Laureates, the families of Yunus, Ted Turner, Jimmy Carter, Luther King are committed to Atlanta twinning Youth capitals around the world- and halfway along the road to Atlanta the Nobel Laureate summit connects through Cape Town Oct 2014. I am researching other summit as collaboration processes (not just the event themselves) including G20Y, Paris's convergences2015, microcreditsummit, the EU social enterprise summit
Two unique dynamics that Normans Friends seek to connect this information round are:1) how to help youth and microfranchise networks such as Grameen, BRAC, Jamii Bora spread missing curriculum of youth economics through moocs and khan academy type platforms2) how to convince shareholders of The Economist that 20-18's 175th anniversary of The Economist should get back to the founder's goal of mediating an end to hunger-as well as how to positively involve China - a plan my father started to debate in The Economist from 1975
If Mr Alhendawi isnt available would there be someone who edits your newsletters and forward diaries of events that youth can join in that I could meet?
sincerelychris macrae washington dc 301 881 email@example.com…
on youth jobs plan transforming schoiols and apprenticeships around missing curriculum of enhtrepreneurial, finbancial and empowerment literacies - a celebration of Blecher and Branson partnerships woth mandela elders nd Google Africa
Japan embassy in dhka celebration of bangaldesh at 42
Glasgow University celebvration of opportunity to MOOC adame smith curriculum through the massive open online colaboration partners of FutureLearn and others eg Khan, Select coursera partners
How do these parties interconnect with 3 birthday wish parties hosted around Yunus at 68, 69 and entering his 7th decade (the Glasgow Interdependence weekend 4 July 2010)
Norman Macrae was mentored by Keynes that system designers segment into 2 opposite groups - pro-youth's futures, anti-youth's futures; unfortunately unless an economist or system designed is always open to being audited to what rising future for youth livelihoods are we designing, the conseqeunce of academics' rewards for appearing to be perfect instructors (instead of joyful exploers) will be to destroy youth's futiures> Therefor eKeynes argued pro-youth economists most pivotal problem is end poverty - all other micro-system dsigns can be win-win integrated around this human goal
When Norma first saw students tesing early digital learning newtorks he made these value judgements:
this would spin a single generation revolution 10 tiems greater than even the industrial revolution
either very good or very bad consequences would irreversibly spin around teh planet with humanity's denoument talking place between 2015 and 2025 making The Economist 175 anniversary an absolutely critical time for all mediators of pro-youth economics and futures
the 2 great freedoms to design in (because they liberate solutions to other life critical sectors) are
the asia pacific hemispher wold nee dto be twhe worldwide colaboartion lab beause the majotity of youth and poorest (ie under-fulfiled livelihoods were to be located there during the net generation's defining choices of global vilage nbetworking)
Japan's rise since 1962 was to be continued to be celebrated; China should be encouraged to be the open leader of teh 21st C particularly because by 1975 expatriate chinese had 3rd biggest resoirces of all investors - to the extent that there needed to be global reserve currency in 21st C then it had better be connected to this human growth potential not to a nation with 10 times less livelihoods to grow- but because the knowledge networking economy needed to be mapped around win-win models and boderless flows, the conflicts of separated national boundarues and politicians soundbiting over them would need to be celebrated as the major social and collabortive innovation of the net generation
in reherasing tese futures, the curriculum of Entreprejeurial Revolution was founded in the Economist on 1972; by 1984 it had timelined man's greatest ever risk as becoming apparnet at the turn of the millennium and being the fdiferences in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations; by 1976 The Economist was demanding prizes for ecomnomists who came up with the most radical models for chnaging big 20th c organsiational typologies; Norman's last chnace to judge this contest was in 2008 - when he gladly celebarted the innovations of Bangaldesh's greatest microeconomic leaders as msot knowedgable in the movement to end poverty
almost all economists defined their (future expoenentials) purpose round systems that improved next generation's livelihoods
quiz- but why did keynes warn youth that elderly academic economists posed their greatest risk?
-why did The Economist's centenary biography claim that
-why did von hayek call planning the macroeconomics road to serfdom? bonus question, after being awarded the nobel prize for economics why did he explain the separation of peace and economics prizes as the most maddening of follies?
1950-1975 The new and worst sciences for risking human sustainability took over - and their economics branch was called macroeconomics
1972-" why" did The Economist foretell complete collapse of world financial systems in 2010s unless "what" compound macroeconomic short-term fixes were reconcile
1976-2000 the quarter of mapping whether global village or top-down globalization would be irreversibly designed around the first net generation (micro technical note: as far back as Einstein the risk of globalisation was foreseen as the first era of humans who used tech to connect systems whose scale rivaled nature- her evolution designs are bottom-up and openly collaborative ; einstein worked mainly with gandhi on that crisis though his contemporary George Orwell potrayed humanits end game in the book Big Brother)
2000-2025 All to play and pay for- but as yet (2014) most of the world's biggest systems are compounding the devaluation of youth which is also why we see Jim Kim's appeal to delay 2025 by 5 years as wise
.Good news 2014
.World Bank Joim Kim asks for a 5-ear extension #2030now to designing the net generation's defining social movements around end poverty and thriving youth livelihoods all over wholeplanet
Good news 2007 - the last of the 3 place brand models that can sustain the world has now been found from searches into place branding that World Class Brands networks started in 1989 . The 3 types of place brands:
village brands which conceive one of the 30000 most openly replicable microfranchises
the future capitals where iwin youth job creating expos become more valuable to co-host than the Olympics- why ILABs help youth be epicentral to capitals with a future
the nation brands that neighbours love because they are cultivated (open governance) around win-win trades and maximising how knowhow multiplies value as you connect across borders unlike thinks that get consumed up
youth livelihoods - is now blessed with Bangladesh new economic models of girl empowerment
top 3 world record job creator Sir Fazle Abed (world largest NGO BRAC, world largest cashless bank bkash since april 20% partnered by Jack Ma, education's number 1livelihood creator, leading university curricula at BRAC U include James Grant School of Public Health
and top 20 Muhammad Yunus
Next Dhaka exchange event with China -Bracinn 30 sept to October 6, 2018 queries firstname.lastname@example.org - mediator Ying Lowrey author of 2 books on Alibaba , Professor of SME Value chains at Tsinghua
India's most interesting entrepreneur and WRJC top 10 : Nilekani - after creating jobs with telecentres at Infosys - he has spent over a decade on President Kalam's last dream project- billion person identity- can this become the greatest big data set sustainability world has ever seen
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Man has just landed on the moon but back on planet earth imagine hundreds of square miles where communities of people have next to nothing. They have been flattened by a cyclone that killed half a million people and a war of independence. Their new nation is the poorest but one of the ten most populous in the world. During the region’s history of colonization, electricity grids never reached these people – they were not part of what the empire wanted from the trade it designed.
WHERE GOAL 1 IS POVERTY ALLEVIATION
In such communities, what adults as well as children can directly train each other in is life critical. Education networks of this sort are anchored in practical skills much of which are far removed from sitting all day in a classroom. In the 2010s when a job creating genius like Jack Ma says that over half of youth will be unemployable if they are just confounded to classroom education, we suggest that the world is extremely fortunate that there remains one 100 million person alumni network with community-based learning origins: BRAC@Bangladesh
Help edit leaflet celebrating an exploration of the value multipliers of community-based education empowered by the fairer sex. Due to colonial and other consequences BRAC @ Bangladesh is mother earth’s deepest (global-for-local) hub for innovating solutions to many of the most pressing challenges of the 17 sustainability goalsthat the United Nations has prioritized as collaboratively urgent by 2030.. If you are a parent we invite you to promote joyful awareness of this collective experience as a critical success factor for the half of the world aged under 30 if they are to be the sustainability goals generation.
This publication is part of a 50 year media retrospective of friends and family of The Economist’s Norman Macrae who was inspired in 1968 by the imminent moon landing to launch fiercely optimistic debates on technology’s coming “Entrepreneurial Revolution” around mother earth.- a movement that became dad’s life work until his parting in 2010. email@example.com
1 Introduction to Human Development’s Two Greatest Miracles Since 1970 - China & Bangladesh
2 What is meant by the valuation systemization of women lift up half the sky
Translations of this shared vision across China and 100 million alumni of BRAC
3 The world trading Coastal Belts of China, South Asia and Continental Asean : Eurasia & Beyond
4 Curious differences between BRAC’s Sir Fazle Abed and Grameen’s Nobel Dr Yunus
UK/Commonwealth and American Mindset of English-speaking constitutions
Education and funding
Ten years deeper and collaboratively more independent
Value chains : Systemic infrastructures versus concept innovation
5 Why valuing women’s livelihoods is critical to the two thirds of the world’s people living in eastern hemisphere – Testimonies from BRAC’s 100 million alumni
6 More from the sustainability cluetrain of BRAC partners life shaping market freedoms of Learning Nations of Girls, and Boys – intergenerational opportunities to leapfrog from quarter of century or pre-digital (pre-ellectric) to post-digital human development
7 References and worldwide friends of the Entrepreneurial Revolution Charter of Norman Macrae CBE, Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars
A) help korea link together across globe2500 governors of half million peoples race to zero carbon by 2030 - announced to 80 delegations of aiib by governor won of jeju island seconded by korean prime minister jae-in
South Korea's Moon Jae-in calls on AIIB to work for peace
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B) unite every franciscan end poverty social franchise (eg all originated by jim kim or sir fazle abed) plus tech wizards eg jack ma plus servant leaders eg xi jinping and big-data-small investment banking parterships at g20 argentina summer 2018
CONTEXT for those who hope economics or media or education or new tech can sustain under 30s
0 my father was among last to be taught by keynes that guru economists are the next generation's greatest ideological enemy except where their monopoly in designing systems with compound impacts consciously mediates:
0.1 integration of next generation livelihoods into everything they analyse/credit with preferential attention to those born poorest
0.2 poorest = places, underclasses (often female if one reviews history) and cultures that industrial revolution 1 exponentially excluded because of its top down and zero-sum race to grab carbon and other natural resources ( even to externalise risk onto societies where risks were already least consciously communicated sector be sector)
0,3 By1969: while being happy that part of the world had proved man and computer could collaborate to reach the moon, dad was well aware that by 1969 over third of humanity were not yet on electricity grids- crisis of indsutrial rev 1 was it freed opportunity to innovate very unevenly geographically and its zero sum models supplemented by tv were spiralling toward big get bigger, arms races as other dismal endgames including western politicians ruling over fear not servant leadership....hence after 25 years of mediating "economics" he spent rest of his life joyfully mediating future history of will 3 generations invest in milennials being first sustainability generation
1.0 Entrepreneurial Revolution From Christmas Day 1976 survey of entrepreneurial revolution (co-published in italian by a young romano prodi) my father's key editorial/lifelong question in The Economist was would we go global sustainably (little sister not big brother) and co-create 3 billion new jobs around first networked generations including 1 billion by going beyond carbon.
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2 ER & CHINESE CAPITALISM YEAR 1-41
2.1 A year later (1977) in his one trip to china father was overjoyed to see billionnaire chnese diaspora who had engineered the regions superports (already the 3rd economic trading network after us and japan) were being invited to inward invest as the first non-state corporates- global villages linking every country's future innovation should want to win-win trade with the future of china and the future of sustainable youth: is it possible to bank round win-win currency/hi-trust exchanges?- interestingly chinese capitalism only permitted 3 waves of big corporates- the third scaling from
1999-2008 being BAT exactly 3 internet corporate ecosystems only one of which in 2008 had hundreds of tech wizards capable of answering how to prevent subprime from collapsing china too - while americans with Obama blinking were chained to paper printing of too big to fail banks with the fed, the chinese elected a virtual social credit network whose ownership is intriguingly neither corporate nor state and whose future analytic drivers of big data small mirrors those of blockchain alumni although its 2 main study groups in tsinghua and peking university dont necessarily use that name
2.2 2015 Since the UN reframed dialogues around sustainability goals , chinese student networks cooperatively coordinated by amy (aka alizee) have been tracking who's actually been including next generation voice in public-private partnership innovation processes and summit updates. At China G20 august 2016 both jinping (real world investments) , jack ma virtual world announced that every major summit they hosted would try and maximise youth and sme conscuious inclusion in every market. Depending which of about 7 summit formats you review, they have helped host betwen 30 and 80 nations and all 3 of UN World Bank and IMF now recoginse china as doing most to lead collaboration call for youth sustainability
3.0 are any of these action network and conflict resolution agendas across american continent of 2017-2018 -are any of thise relevant to the 2000 student unions of liberty?
3.1 China maps its relationship with primarily 11 regions of the world including one which is inside china, others pivotal to reconnecting trade routes from asia to europe - the only way west china can ever empower its youth and partners in developing the poorest middle of asia to europe catch up with china's east coast (in some cases 10 times bigger economy per person that west china) - jinping also maximises any cluster of nations forum he has inherited eg BRICS;
3.2 as you may know in spite of being the most populous economy, the most growing economy, and if you were to include intangibles the biggest economy china is not included in g7 but was helped particularly by canada to have a key role in g20
3.3 the consequence from china's viewpoint is 2017-2018 is most urgent year for clarifying futures of trade between east and america south and canada to america north
3.4 last week jack ma and his canaduan friends trained 3000 youthful americans at Gateway17 in Detroit
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this col;ege year china is asking all nations youth of global 2.0 to maximise solutions that appeal to franciscans due to argentina g20 july 2018
I was in korea 2 weeks ago at the annual debrief of 80- delegations of asian infrastructire investment bank whose overall "free/conscious market" role is to change investment banking so that sustainable uinfrastructires and green flourish
two of the urgent networks announced are particularly actionable
1 my fathers friend lord stern has been asked to align the views of 15 eminent people on future of investment banking and maximise the debate of these with all g20 networks converging in argentina'
2 korea the country host of this tears aiib announced -in the sessions on supercities - that its contribution to the future of places is to invite 2500 governors each responsible for half a miilion people to join green bg bang club- =where every place shares/trades its solutions to the common goal of carbon zero by 2030- clearly this is a challenge that worldwide students could have fun linking regional leaders into - and would be synergetic with both bloomberg and scharzenegger visiting macron to promise us regions and business are still in the climate compact
i assume there are 2 ways americas relationships with china will go:
trump will continue with walls which will make bot south american and canada ever ckoser to china
somehow conscious american student unions across usa and tech wizards and the jinping family will help trump learn that when it comes to most of youth's 3 billion next jobs- china can be his best friend as eg kissinger first briefed him and jinping last december - latest update premier li at summer davos in china this week
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as you may know king has been coordinating conscious youth, black, and latin dialogues for many years now; for 10 years my family has sponsored student journalists (increasingly from china) to visit bangladesh which is with way ahead on celebrating the most girls livelihoods can be- and among other skills amy who knows sir fazle abeds family has been trained to host open spaces of upo to 5000 youth live- she will be linking in out of columbia university 2017-2018 as well as continuing research of who leaders should meet if and when they are travelling to beijing or other key cities ---where jack ma chairs the 30 most conscious business leaders in the world while jinping tries to mediate the most conscious public servants ever racing from old top down system designs to ones that industrial revolution 4 needs to be about if every youth livelihood is to flourish
Chinese Americans first organised by kissinger in 1988 hub primarily out of 4 american cities:
'the new organiser of c100 hubs out if san franscisco and that is where next years annual c100 summit will be held;
dc just hosted this years annual summit of how can chinese americans keep gateway to china open..
los angeles is jack ma's each way bet beyond trump now alibaba is main sponsor of olympics
new york remains the place that eg kissinger prefers to brief c100 meetups and see if other asia society groups can finally bury old hostilities- the triad japan-korea-china is what all hemispheres need to free global youth to friend
jack ma in true keynsian style has been asking whether the open digital economy will be fifth or first biggest by 2024 - he would prefer 5th biggest if each of usa-americas, europe, japan-korea and china are to play the most exciting win-win roles in valuing youth world trade of global2.0
obviously the earlier a massive student movement engages the more room for their own sustainability trading solutions to link in to argentina 2018
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brooking in dc is graced by chng li usa's main biographer of jinping's diaries- it is the next 3 months where jinping chooses his top team for his final 5 years - it is a testimony to his extraordinary grace that he has kept americas in the main win-win conversations to 2017-2018; many around him say he should have been prioritising india- fortunately india hosts g20 in 2019 and jinping has located aiib may 2018 in mumbai - in effcet i assume modi and jinping are wise enough to call N2 dialoagues whenever they need outside the blaring s=distraction which is western media; which leaves north korea- if usa blows that up, jinping wil be forced out and no nation will ever trust any american connection for rest of our lives... …
Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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