13 years of The curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution published in The Economist between 1972-1985 raised the future history questions needed for the 2010s to design worldwide youth's exponentially most sustainable inter-generational relay. The vicious systems alternative being the opposite compound consequence of a Big Brothered Planet in which less than a billion people could ever thrive. Why? Because unlike man's biggest egos nature's evolutionary rules are primarily micro-up and collaborative. Einstein's greatest discovery was to rebuke man-made science- whenever it claims there is no more space to innovate, please value modeling dynmaic compound interactions at a more micro level.
Where did this come from? I know of my father's 3 main adult learning curves. Between 1960 and 1975 he aimed to facilitate west meets east (reference trilogy of consider japan started in 1962, asian pacific www century 1975). He knew that if there needs to be a world reserve currency then the human race needs to collaboratively celebrate the location where system investments are being designed round the most rising livelihoods. The Asia Pacific region would have nearly 2 billion rising livelihoods compared to the dollars home region of about 10 time less. (The 2013 book Leaderless Economy reprises all of the common sense needed to mediate integrating exponential opportunities and threats- in such a way as to sustain a global village world valuing open society's youth)
Between 1948 and 1960 (dad's first 12 years at The Economist) he had been the first journalist to cover how Europe had come up with the most wonderful social-economic visions such as the EU and National health service (see 1984 retrospective on how to design 10 times less costly health services before they trapped youth in old people's debt), Short-term bi-polar politics fanned by tv age is the worst possible way of systemically designing social futures. As leaders like Churchill and Eisenhower knew, the impact of such inconvenient truth is to compound 10 times more cost of the future of youth than could be sustainable by next generations."Eisenhower - every gun that is made, every warship that is launched, every rocket that is fired signifies in a final sense the theft from those who hunger and are not fed who are cold and not clothed".
Back in 1984 two wondrous economic crises of opportunity and risk were valued by Norman's investigative mindset. Number 1: Orwell, Einstein, Von Neumann, Gandhi and all those 1930s greats had made a timelining mistake in scripting the Big Brother scenario of hyper connected technology one generation too early. Number 2: That the USSR was about to implode, and peace's biggest dividends now needed to be mapped by a worldwide collaboration of hemisphere leaders. That was how this opening scenario of his future history of the net generation became integral to any hi-trust debate of entrepreneurial revolution. Youth futures no longer needed American Congress to budget over one sixth of all taxes and over one half of all discretionary decision-making on military.
(2013 Reprise CNN with Dr Yunus reprise this in the debate of will the biggest western decision makers please move on from the science fiction of moon race goals to social fiction of ending poverty out of every comunity on earth. Youth are invited to test elders overs the next 2 years on this purpose and host a worldwide debriefing with Nobel peace lauraetes out of Atalanta Nov 2015)
.As norman was to share with Dr Muhammad Yunus in 2008, for those British teenagers to survive world war2 going up to Cambridge in 1954 was the perfect time to question economics. There was the chief questioner Keynes. The students he mentored between 1945-1948 had adult experiences of war. All 4 monolpolies that education chains youth today to -whao teaches, what subjects, who who examines, who ceritifies -were suspended.. This was a time of raising questions about the biggest system mistakes not of being told your future would be certoified according to how many top-down errprs you repeated in the fashion of a Monty Python parrot. Dr Yunus chickled at that as the BBC's greatest cross-cultural investigator Michael Palin and newest nature correspondents (eg Paul Rose) has just been touring his vilage banking , open technolgy webbing and green energy motghers investment networks in youth. This is how norman's last publication came to be with Muhamad Yu nus at the end of 2008, and was celebrated in the first rememberance party to Norman macra out of The Economist Boardroom Fall 2010.
Entering his late teens father chose to learn economics from an Indian correposndene course while navigating airplanes in world war 2 over modernday bangladesh and Myanmar. There was a lot of down time for questioning between the hectic action missions. Surviving the war father was mentored by Keynes whose general theory is summarised as the futires of youth will be exp[oentially designed or destroeyed by economists and ideolgists who increasingly monoplise hpw the world is ruled. At the same time father had access to the 1943 centenray autobiography of The Economist - the bible on how a scot with the goal of ending hunger became a member of parliament to get rid of vested interest MPS, started up The Economist for that purspoe, befirended Queen Victoria who decided she would rather rule over commonwealth than slave-making empire. Ironically the cost to Britain of the first world war turned its world-impacting position from commonwealth to common-debt, and during the first half of the 20th century it was a good thing that the dollar evolved as the world's reserve currency. Norman helped The Economist turn from 3rd rank weekly UK fournal to first transatlantivc viewspaper. Embedded in all his futuure histories was the need for western midesets to give up the economic batern to the eastern hemishperes but in such a way that integrated southen hemisphers reconciling the problems they had inherited from the days that colnisers extracted their resources. Fortunately the post-indsutial age of service and knowhow networking economies actually multiplies valiue as knoiwhow is used unlike the scarcities caused by consuming up things. So those alive between 1975-2025 would likely determine forexpoentailly better or for worse all future purspoes of our human race. As al peoples became more worldwide connected than separated boundary problems compounded by differeing expectaions and incolmes of rich and poor nations would compound man's biggest risk. The last thing the world needed was economists and idelogues separated by Nobel prizes of epace and economics as one of the first nobel economic recipients van hayek saoid in hus acceeptance speech
MY Economics for raising every youth's livelihod
Norman's personal learning curves as a young adult between 1943 and 1948 need to become all youth's entrepreneurial learning curves between 2013 and 2018. Two ways to move this forward are open education redesigning economics curricula for every age from kindergarten up and The Economist getting back to its wholeplanet purpose of end hunger and end capital abuse of youth by its 175th birthday in 2018
nyone- if you see a big mistake or omission - tell us - we aim to be a learning guide
cities so far profiled : beijing hangzhou shanghai shenzen
two things that are special about chinese ca;pitaloism and truts in business leadership of 2020 are:
45 year earlier business didnt exist except state-owned-there's a freal ;problem with the english language- china no longer values what the english doctionary calls comunism while always being happiest seeing communitiesna d families thro=ive- if business can help with that then call it capiatlism orv whatever you like but china will grow it expoentillay until the average chiense is as wealthy as the average japanese - nand that means an economy at least 3 tome bigger than today- to want 2030 to be a workld in chich is not the bigest economy is totally unsustainableand nhot a good thing fir peopels koif any other country -see out 1977 first brief on preparing next generations of how extraordiunary worldwide collabiration needs to be if sustainabiliuty iof ours spoecies is what unites us all
2020 is the year president xi has set for ending poverty in china- the bigger a businss is the more kit is expecdetd to help with what it can linkin to that national goal- as well as being a brand thing that all ist tsakehiolders will audit it around, if it owns digiotal or othernmedia it knows the state can quickly penalise it (especially if it seeks to kfake corporate social responsibility)
we find that the chiense people dont admirfe bib business leaders lonlky for maing money- they expect that business leader to take real responsibility for regional development where she or he started up- in this way china maps cities a bit like england maps football clubs - thetre's a premeir leagu of about 20 supercities which inetract with sustainuing the workd's belts and riads as well as the nations goals - there are several other leagues; and nithing gets a bigget cheer than where youth suddenly network a whole cittyy's promotion up a league- when e say youthy we mean youth and their teachers- china's top briadcasters invetsigate education with an intensity no other nation does; it is obvuious that education systems all over tyhe world are yet fit for livelihoods of toadys uners 30s to alsi be the susrtainability generation- in china's case thus is a priblem inbvolving half a billion under 30's and because if the histirical oe chil piolicy- most grandparents saftey net depends most on whichever family member is graduating- yo have one youth not doing great work is a national shame- economiosts who mess tis up would kin china be sent to prison or at lesst retired to a vilage necver to h=be herad of again
President XI has a unique story
- he was in the fiusrt alumni of tsinghua during phase 2 of china celebrating big busienss- plahese 1 began in 1976- to get a big business licence you g=had to be poart of the diapora and bring a billion doilar inward investiment- many dispora wer happy to do this because duting the 3rd quarter of the 3=20th centiry they had been the east's infsratruictire builders and supoerport operators- this explains why since 1976 china has been mapping where f=dowe put port and riads with a logic the world has never seen before- when you listen to the head of the aiigb - a kind literary man- he suddnely gets very animated if you say infarstructire banking is about china tryinf to own the world-not at all he will tell you- when in 1980 i left china for first time toi a world bankl internemnt i saaw a telepohone that worked foir the first timje- in china of 1980 any messiage had to be hand delivered- so i value telphone infrastructut=[re even if you have never needed to.
nothikng could be worse than a world leader who says peoples dont need to be connecetd- the reality is since 1946 communicatiosn etch splend s hace=ve doubled every 7 years; thge kind of poverty that will result by saying some people dont need to be linked into mobile connectivity is not just life ending for thise peoples but most likely the end of sustaining ourv whole species
so you want want to read any more of this unless you accept that belt raid bimage=ineering eeds to be something every 5th grader qi=uizzes every teacher on- you dont need to have herad kif cjian to ask do we have access to ports tahat can exconomically shipnour produce to rest of the world- acriss the contuent we live on do small enterpriues trade flow freely or are their histiry's bodres in the way- imagibe bening a landlocked nation surrounded by hostile neighbours- how do ever develop trade when you are locked in like that- yet the stargnge way the world was colonised by a few empires fom 1500 led to world wars and then yes indepenence but with most unatiral boundaries drawn as empires habded ove =r the mess they had compiunded for centiuries but no world class solutions- mess starts with where peoples have eg no elecricity
what we want to do in thsi first tourg guide is to start to list some chinese cities where the biggest business person also takes some sort of responsibility for that region uniquely developing the whole of china's ssutainability and in the pricess as china is large in geograpghy and a fift h of thye workds peoiple- most other countries peopels can learn by replicating what china's bu=iggest busienssmen gave bac=k to human and societal development
lets start with president xi's place devlopment bio
instead of going to high school xi was sent to a remore vilage aged 16 but with a trunk full of school books- so he could both self-learn and see if the book's learning had any relevance to a remore rural area
he then enetred tsinghyua as one of ist irst alumni under the new vision that tsinghua needed to train party youth to be the future developers of china- either as regional developers or in taking a stae form and makeing it 10 tikmes more effective-
by 1988 we know that Xi had been despatched to spome riral priovinces adjacent to what we now think of as the megopolis of shanghai- back in 1988 shanghai was not what it wass tuday so these rural areas needed a lot of help- see jinping essays out ogf poverty dated from 1988 on
perhaps a decade later xi went back totsing=hua - hos docftirte was on how to sme rural marjets; soon he was back in the shanghai region bui=t indcreasing involved in connecting the city and its rural region, and then he ecame responsibke for the whole shnghai region - during which tiome china still had few annual summits with other nations so xi helped to start sco which turns out to to the greatest innovation west and nirth china's trading relatiuonshipo have ever seen- and from aboiut 2007 xi was told to start planning yoyth tejuvenetsion if he became president in 2012 - this is where it was lucky for the world that jack ma was part of the region xi knoew well
hence in the list of china's syoersustainability cities - we have
hangzhou enhetreing as 4th -help us blog why at alibabauni.com (note many twin cities of jack ma tokyo olympics geneva (wef idustrial reviokutiin u=4 , unctad gkobakbusienss school curriculum), malaysia forst test of EWTP
buenos au=ires continuing g20 reasrch jack ma launched 2015-2016 preeping for chuina g20, torintio favortite connectir of g20 and gateway17.com, various cities contributing to jack ma's 15 billion doalsr researcf of futures institite DAMO, nairobi epicentre of unhabita with ist new in 2018 excetive directir former efmale mayir if penang (who is in chnarge of UN rankings of suoer-habitacities
less surprising beijing (epicentres of worldwide youthb exhcnges include 1 .. youth media invited to BRI asummits next one beijing april 2018.)
Beijing universities have a unique roe in China- they are maoinly expecetd to colaborate with other suoercities so that world calss idea are distributed equally- the 3 universities that appear ti have this role generally are:
- theye are all ijn tghe same usburg which is alsio the biggest engtrepreneuruial hub in the wolrd where chiene busienss men with purpose meet other nations leaaders - a club chaired by jack ma
all of tehs euniversituies have close connectioins wuith china's tp 50 thinktanks- they all send people to be regularly interviewed by the main chuense briadcaster cgtn- however in chuna academic gurus are largely despised- you are supposed to use your authority the universities have created for you for the greater good- largely speaking chiense studnets are nit caught in student loan traps- when you understand family delpendence on their one graduate age member- this becomes clear as a nation wide demand
one of the possible exceptions to this is an international busienss school run out of beijing but sponsiored by hong kongs rochest businesmna ckgsb-= however this targets training people who are altready making money in busienss
shanghai (the world's biggest port), where glpbal comoaneis are encouraged ti have hq in chna, hime of new devlopment abnk and sco and blending east and west profesions--, and
shenzen (the city that now landbridges the hwole of hong kong with the Guanngdo=hou region) - just as hangzhou has the digitally inovative jack m , shenzhen has the digital wuizard pony ma of tencent
TIANJIN AND Dalian are the two cities sharing hosting of sumer world economicf forum- wef main twin localities include its hq geneva with davos the mountain where winter wef has always been- tokyo and san francisco the fiorst 2 hubs of indistrial brevolution 4
if we are correct the reserach you need to do is of china's biggest busiensmen, where they are located, and which ones join in sustainabilouty events internal belt riads; also look out for wherever a place is newly annonced as a special economic zone- some are particulat to sisyter city fredships where a dveloing nation has entrered into a pivotyal belr =[t raid strategic partershipn- there arre up to 65 such antions- one space to monitir what is happening is the Silk Road Chamber of INTl Commerce
XIAN with kong kong shares connectivity networking of the the SRCIC which offers massive cutural connections too as can be seen from this short summary
SRCIC has so far set up eight professional committees of trade, finance, culture, transportation, energy, information, industrial parks, and standard and brand, five alliances of Silk Road Urban Alliance, Silk Road Enterprise Development Alliance, Belt and Road Association Alliance, Silk Road International Museum Alliance, and Silk Road Think Tank Alliance, and six sub-organizations including www.eSilkRoad.com, Silk Road International Development Fund, Silk Road Cultural Park, Silk Road International Commodity Exchanges, Silk Road Transnational Financial Leasing Alliance, and International Artwork Trading Center as platforms for pragmatic cooperation among its members. SRCIC holds the Silk Road spirit of peace and cooperation, openness and inclusiveness, mutual learning and mutual benefit, and the principle of achieving shared growth through discussion and collaboration to contribute to the building of a global community with a shared future. Promoting business and cultural exchange for a win-win outcome is the goal and mission for SRCIC in this new historical era. SRCIC has its headquarters based in Hong Kong, its Secretariat in Xi'an, and its representative offices in both Beijing and Shanghai.…
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its very exciting for me to be connected- the urgency of collaborative social action mapping cannot now be over-stated, Could I summarise as a statistician a vision I am trying to help educators, students and true (next generation sustaining) investors in youth map back by end of 2015 as a first stage.
For believers in what World Bank Jim Kim has called one of the 2 defining social movements of the net generation - twinning hub creating affinity investors in youth and students around the world until the movement becomes more valuable to sponsor than the olympics. By affinity I am currently trying to analyse 3 variables though need help if you see other ways - of course the variables also interact
(please note I use youth and student inter-changeably- in the world of adam smith/keynsian economics that I respect as a scot maximising impacts of livelihoods is the core job of the economist explaining why keynes general theory defines ending poverty as the profession's core purpose, and the 1843 founder of The Economist defined its mediating purpose as ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth)
A:-regional labs eg San Diego, Atlanta including GA,aAL, South Africa, DC-VA-MD, NY, Boston
B:-demographic labs eg womens, youth, african american, hispanic ...
C:-practice labs- eg mobile open source, health, food security and nutrition, energy, investors by transparency of multi-win model
Reasons why end 2015 makes sense for a fits massive collaboration of what we know
Z: Atlanta is hosting a 20000 live youth and hopefully millions virtually in Nov 2015- the main conveners of this event are Nobel peace Laureates, Ted Turner family, Jimmy Carter family, Martin Luther king family including the lawyer who represnted Rosa Parks, Mayor of Atlanta , Governor of Georgia, the head of the public university system... so how do we get representative teams of as many of the ABC as possible sharing knowhow (including eg khan -academy style 9 minute training modules) and youth entrepreneur delegates? The reason Atlanta is hosting this is basically Ted Turner and Luther king families asked Yunus what would we need to do to make Atlanta you favorite youth and Yunus residence- and he said demonstrate twin youth jobs summits. Before Atlanta the Nobel Laureates are calling off in Cape Town Oct 2014 and have already staged Warsaw Nov 2013 (that had a solidarite flavor from Walesa and an Open Society flavor from Gorbachev -sadly it missed the chance to include Soros!
Y: there will be 2 Jim Kim-Young Professional Associate-led summit; two of these have been hosted 2012, 2013 - right now the YPA are being asked to work out whether to merge this summit with UN youth envoy (and potentially UN education envoy). Additionally in June Results annual convention has jim kim as its main speaker. For those who were fans of the 2209 concept to unite the lessons of grameen, brac and jami bora- yunus is main current editor of impossible postcards - example attached); BRAC's challenge with MOOC is also summarised in attachment; my family foundation loan to jamii bora doesn't make me able to independently summarise how to celebrate jamii bora's knowledge most
X: I have added Naila to the circulation- she was dr yunus number 1 womens mobile connector from 1996; in 2012? because of the troubles in Dhaka she moved to Dc region- she connects first ladies with knowhow of whta open tech mobile can make possible as well as responsibility for future of fashions/garment sectors and futures of energy sectors. Naila probably has a massive mobile hispanic poorest womens project to research starting end of month if anyone is interested
W: end 2015 will be last year of impact of obama (and whatever his yes we can regeneration tried to stand for) before elections take over
There are many other end 2015 deadlines which may or may not have a convergent home but at minimum could collaborate in making sure their post 2015 maps are shared with students in atltanta . these include
post 2015 goals
future of microcredit or micro-everything - eg paris 5000 person annual microcredit and social enterprise summit is called convergences2015 and Naila used to act as person who briefed the global social business leaders out of paris on latest conflict news from Bangladesh
future of ilab movements where like kenyas they develop products that put youth's open technologist wizards at epicentre of future exports
future of open education - by end 2015 it will be possible to take stock of have missing curricula of job creation got permanent free access spaces like khan academy and who's partnering who in that - i have researched real open education networks since 1984 and for whatever reason the social entrepreneur movements have undervalued these extremely - which is good in that they can form their own partnerships now without the usual greenwashers of eg ashoka chasing them-what is not so good is that its harder than it need be to linking all those who only loved microcredits where they were also womens investment banks in educations- 7 years of research of bangladesh microcredit shows that is the great hidden agenda of which microcredit ends poverty and which can never wholly scale enough to break through the top-down banking-politician lobby that is so anti-youth that it is heading to orwell's big brother end game faster than we can yet connect global villages sustainably
I do have another personal agenda- I want to make the next massive youth jobs deadline 2018 as that corresponds to 175th anniversary of The Economist where my father worked all his adult life on Youth Capitalism - but delighted if others can suggest their next deadline after 2015
MY FIRST QUESTIONS WOULD BE
if what I have described above makes some sort of collaboration sense what extra detail or contacts can I share with you so that you feel fully involved; if it doesnt make sense- is there any way -skype, personal meetings, introducing other people I connect with who may be better explainers
what other first questions do you have?
i think we need to map action network franchises and what youth collaborations they want; I think we need better connections with eg khan academy; we are researching which capitalism chapters and most relevant in which places- eg which of the 20 conscious capitalism chapters are relevant - their annual summit is next month in san diego- and king who is the coordinator of anything CC in DC will be over there - dr yunus has run 5 interstate youth student competitions to date - GA AL NC OR NH - the most connected university networks have been the HBUC which is also the network that first made him a professor in East Tennessee back in late 1960s- Atlanta was since 2000 the epicentre of connecting HBU curricula of entrepreneurship and competitions- recently that alumni base of student, mentors, judges, and investors has been taken over by Thurgood Marshall with Scott Lilly at its decision-leading epicentre; the elite colleges in Dc region wanted to run siloised student events with dr yunus so University of District Columbia stepped up to start 6 state social student investor competition now in its 2nd year thanks to operational leadership of sylvia benatti
I believe that sam's green energy peoples lobby bis epicentred in san diego and ken patterson can tell you lost more about results.
Monica Yunus runs the most subversive youth-culture movement- back in 1970s Altanta HQ's coke-imaged over the world with the ne seekers rendition of I'd like to teach the world to sing- she wish to create 2 million peace artists jobs across communities of USA - her model at www.singforhope.org can change the extreme imbalance of superstar value chains should youth know how to connect with it. Jim Kim's descriptions of how to use porter to remap value chains to be bottom-up and openly collaboratively were recently share with 50 students at a change the world mooc - attached
Chris Macrae 1 301 881 1655 washington dc skype chrismacraedc
Norman Macrae Foundation, Youth Capitalism
1984 Future Histioy of the Net Generation - By 2005 worldwide youth learnt 2 things:
-gaps in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations were man's greatest risk
-macroeconomics was disgraceful political chicanery - devaluing the idea of democracy
From: EP TEAM <firstname.lastname@example.org>To: chris macrae <email@example.com> Cc: Shawn Humphrey <firstname.lastname@example.org>; primo vannicelli <email@example.com>; L. Lu <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Travis Vaughan <email@example.com> Sent: Saturday, 15 March 2014, 1:44Subject: GPY2015
Dear Chris,I would suggest to include the following social change makers in our GPY2015 email conversations. They care deeply about social good and youth opportunities and would help build lasting bridges for GPY2015.
Prof. Shawn Humphrey - firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Mary Washington (Virginia)
Shawn is a social change innovator and microfinance advocate.
Prof. Primo Vannicelli - email@example.com
Primo is very engaged in our local United Nations Association San Diego.
Lucy Lu - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucy is a board member of the Young Nonprofit Professional Network, San Diego.YNPN has over 40,000 members nationally and 1,600 members in San Diego. http://ynpnsandiego.org/advisoryboard.html
Travis Vaughn - email@example.com
Travis is one of our founding board member of the San Diego Microfinance Alliance. He is moving to Seattle to start his MBA in Social Entrepreneurship in the Fall. http://sdmicrofinance.org/about/advisors/
poverty (eg US congress will take masterclass on this 24 sept 2015, as part of washington DC's surprising reformation since 2012-need more maps mobile 240 316 8157 )-
1 who's your leading professional that lives with the poorest
2 whats she or he found out about system traps of poverty
3 how do we all celebrate the view tat it would be sinful not to priortitse modern tech apps to empower the poorest (eg this industrial age never eraced wit electricity running water or communications)
WHERE END POVERTY CHARTERING BEGAN
The Economist's Scottish founder James Wilson had this crazy idea in 1843 - The Economist should be closed down once it had navigated how leaders of The Industrial Revolution ended poverty
A few starnge things happenedending poverty along the way to not needing the world's favorite newspaper for - first queen victoria liked James idea- sent him to calacuta to refoprm raj economics where de died 9 moints laterof diarrea (leaving his son-in-lwa bagehot as second editor to reform te English Constitution - empowering Vicroria to enjoy ending slavery and emdiating commonwealt insead - or so it was joed as te 20t C started up - but ten contiental europe started mad wars- by b1950 te UK's only remaining gift to te world was te starnge englis langiage, 2 ribval superpowers were playing games wit all te newly independent colonies, and Europe was ultimately to be orbited towards sweese ceesy banking and gemeranwings (but that would to be to let te disnal MBA mindset take over wci as te exact opposite logic as James pro-yout economics of 7 billion wonderful livelioods) So lets get back on script -
- it took another 119 yeras before BRAC replicated oral rehydration across 75000 Bangaldeshi vilages - the start of one of the 2 lowest cost health systems ever servoed, and withouhoyt wose grassroots wonens trusut networking tere would have been no pre-digotal microcredit and no post-digotal women4empowerment
So we now know that by 1972 the west's industrial revolution had done less than half of james job leaving half the world in villages without electricity, running water, communicatiosnb (so illteracy and no channels to market)- but since 1962 te east had joined in the race to end poverty- japan ad established such quality of manufacturing taht electronics and ten computers would bet on an expoentail of a billion times more analysis for your buck than that needed for compuetrs to help man race to te moon; and cinese diaspora ad started designing yte world superports, models for cina's own supercapitals once te chinese as 3rd ricest network were invited back to inward invest on te maryalnd- all of this could see James' dream halve povery again before 1999 but would tat generation be as gracious in investing in millennisl to completely enf popverty by 2030- wat te industrial revolution ad never been able to rac - would te first net generation of bodreless humanity be celebrated for sustaining te greatest ever expoenetials chalenge www.futureofeconomics.com
happy 2014 update do you have a happiest idea of 2013 - ours is plant a khan academy type lab wherever youth and leaders are meeting with job creating ideas and you can change the world of socially productive youth rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org
spaces for most urgent planting are catalogued at http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com and its search for twin capitals of million jobs co-creation with yooth
Join in Norman Macrae's 41st annual diary -linking in youth to networking millennium goals
IS this 2013's most value multiplying question: -if Massive Open Online Curriculumare the best thing to have happened to net generation since berners lee;s start up of www, what people's curriculum do you most value knowing existence of? - eg MOOCYunus and at ning of Global Grameen; mackey ; abed; munro ; blecher & mandela, khan, koller, NGg & DoerrNorman's biggest scoop ocurred in 1972 , when he first saw 500 youth sharing knowhow around a digital network - from then on Norman calling the last 3 pages of Keynes General Teory) was convinced that only fatally conceited political elders backed by low-trust macroeconomists and image-addicted media men could stop the 2010s being worldwide youth's most productive and sustainable time to be alive
intercity goodnews youth leaders dialogue - princeton, dhaka, tuskegee, alabama, georgia, NC, glasgow and ..
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10 .... scotland tries to unite round launch of journal of social business as 70th birthday collaboration present for dr yunus after his weekend 4 july 2010 -download 10the inuagural issue - comments welcom email@example.com - we aim to converge all scotland's youth have learnt on the 25000 youth summit atlanta 2015 and nov 2013 launch of the first Yunus 501 Foundation Yunus Creative Labs USA (not to be confused with creative labs anywhere else)
9 wholeplanet.tv has become a catalogue of the 100 leaders we believe are trying hardest to make the net generation the most productive -and exponentially susutaining - time for worldwide youth to grow up joyfully everywhere- your votes of leaders the calss of 2010s should be celebrating most are most welcome firstname.lastname@example.org
where job creation is most needed by number of youth livelihoods - and eg how this requires wholly different collaboration policy between west and china- let alone youth capitalism changes to curriculum of economics and through open education the most urgent opportunities for Blacks out of DC if they are to fully leverage the defining social movements of the next 18 months invited by Nobel laureates, and Jim Kim - as well as action learning from Obama's 7 year focus. (Rapid prep for May's mother of all diaspora value chain summits out of DC) news from MIT on why the model valuing the top 25 bottom-up multinationals is also make and break for whether internet is a smart medium or taken over as extension of tv age please tell me if you would like to meet to discuss any of these or other information exchanges critical to youths future jobs and #2030…
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Bangladesh was born in 1971- Brac in 1972; the grameen project born in 1976
5 4 3 2 1 Human Races to End Poverty
Race 1 circa 1972-1979 Having gained independence as a nation in a bloody war with what is now called Pakistan, Bangladesh was a country with less infrastructure than any other; it got hit by a cyclone that caused a local tsunami killing twice as many people as the 2004 SE Asia Tsunami, and then a million people died of famine. Out of these 2 disasters were born, what in a life of searching innovation systems, are my and dad's votes for the 2 most purposeful systems in the world: BRAC & Grameen. By 1979 BRAC was already proving itself as most empowering local-up NGO and Grameen was testing a concept of how the world's poorest people could own their bank, and what goals would they define in their race to end poverty in groups of 60 village women each designed round a space called a village centre for mutual development as well as individual entrepreneurial exchange. Race 2 Circa 1980-1987Grameen bank was incorporated by law as being owned by the rural poor in 1983 and quickly proved its sustainability spreading branches through Rural Bangladesh not just in helping the poorest women in the world to become income generating, or in encouraging savings accounts after a year of which the poorest illiterate woman became a shareholder in her bank, but in designing communal investment solutions- eg the most basic housing design to have a monsoon proof roof, a cyclone-proof stability, and a pit latrine for hygiene. Almost immediately awarded the Aga Khan prize for architecture, Grameen went on to issue 700,000 sub-sub prime loans not one of which harmed the bank's record as earning the safest repayment ratings in banking history. Meanwhile, BRAC started to design whole industry value chains multiplying from the bottom up. Race 3 Circa 1988-1995Grameen Trust started proof testing worldwide viability of microcredit and friends of Bangladesh briefed the president elect Clinton in late 1992 of howBangladesh was pioneering the best models ever sustained for ending poverty. Ideas for millennium goals were planted which most of the world's leaders pledged the new millennium and networking generation’s united goals around. The Great and the Good started to pay field visits to Bangladeshi villages including the extraordinary Queen Sofia of Spain, and Hillary Clinton. Over in Indonesia, a pioneering developer of microcredit was the mother of a future American President - Barack Obama.Race 4 1996-2001Inside Bangladesh , 1996 saw Grameen investing the poor's money in mobile telephony and solar energy. The exponential impacts of both become more extraordinary by the day. The immediate impact was what had previously been largely separated village centres became the most extraordinary hub network - today 140000 Grameen Village centres are ending digital divides. And, Bangladesh is now a world lead in mobile network architectures - see eghttp://www.grameensolutions.com and http://bracnet.net International microcreditsummit was launched with a goal within a decade to reach 100 million poorest families around the world with banking for the poor. While grassroots microcredit networks did indeed connect up , the world's big leaders got distracted from their millennium goals with tragic conflicts spiraling. Instead of a humanly empowering start to the 21st century, globalisation took on a form remarkably similar to the way the 20th century started in Europe.Race 5 2002-2008Can the world’s greatest end-poverty networking systems also be humanity's great peacemakers. Nobel Peace jury bravely thought so. And what emerged wasDr Yunus inviting the world to come and study the missing system link that Bangladesh had designed during race 1 - the world's only true sustainability investment modeling. This brings us to the greatest human race 2009-2015. Will the net generation make poverty museums our very own space race. The system designs are their . The collaboration networking medium of internet and microsummit are there. Yes We Can needs to to help connect it. Tell us if you co-create a starting line or join our searches at http://futurecapitalism.ning.com/
C man will see his greatest risk is differences in incomes and expectations between rich and poor nations - smart public broadcasters will partner with internet to develop reality tv searched for microfrancise silution- over 30000will be needed to be openly reploicated across vilage networks so that the value (and growth of livelihoods) exchanged is wholly or mainly sustained in the valiages where it is produced
JIM MKIM the number 1 agenda of any place leader in the new media world must be serving an end to inequality- this isnt just a moral judgement it will become a survival criterion of eladers themselves. I discussed whether this idea is compatible with the Pope's call to design a servant leadeer curriculum - he said count on me it is.
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