mediating the worlds favorite viewspaper emerged from moon landing
the internet (from 72) - Games of partners publishing World Record Jobs Creators
Bangladesh (from 1972) www.brac.tv productive livelihoods of girls so destroyed by macroeconomic metrics that became 20th C q3's "disgraceful political chicanery"
China - Norman Macrae 31 Dec 1977 - The Economist
china norman's most valued developing nation from 1978 (see survey below)
-see 2018 updates all gravitated by China's rejuvenetaion dream linking in half a billion lives of nder 30s as a co-leader of millennials race to be the first sustainability generation
- BGBworld.com (livelihood edutech for poorest billion girls and boys) and
- Belt Road Imagineering bri.school
China as number 1 collaboration brand with 20 neighbors or near neighbors to sustain and investment braoinstorming clubs of nations such as BRICS (new development bank) and over 70 nations leaders of BRI including the AIIB new dev bank network
we advise youth to choose a nation that matters most to them and then use the way china benchmarks a win-win world trading route with clusters of neigbhors to see if there are parallels near you;
china is situated in eurasia with 4 main coastal belt NEWS
- northern belt is the arctic circle - to reach that China needs Roads (eg staright libe superrails , tech cables, energy pipes) through russia which directl shares the arctice sea with usa (alaska) canada nordica
-china's and the world's greatest superport traidng routes are on eursaia's east Belt and extreme south east- this is the miraculos post-war region that thanks inintrially to american investment in japan and s.korea but soon the chiense diaspora has taken win-win trades beyond old colonial models- part 1 of this story to 1976 (diaspora off mainland); part 2 1976 to Xi JInping announced BRI mapping from 2013; of course the eurasia east belt has one huge risk zone at moment due to underinvestment in n korean people
-eurasia's south belt is mainly the nations taken over by the British Raj are still struggling to develop to the relative impact they had in 1500
-eurasia's west is the muddle of the med sea and the s-n melange of Eureopan countries, the gulf land bridge to africa (with suez belt)
-landlocked nations many of which now called east europe or post ussr nations need friendships from coastal belt nations which history of coliniisation workd war, cold war and olil war has viciosly spiralled over many oif the same peoples that were home to the great golden rule religions of the 2000 yeras or so before 1500
THE DC SPRING 2018 (BRI) Belt Road Imagineering is now trusted by 70 national leaders as empowering the sustainbility generation- which of these 100 stories can help bankers or educators near you join in to this system for mapping win-win trades aligned to the sustainability goals generation?
2018 BRI Maturity Profile- calling under30s www
the world's leading ladies uniquely empower and mobilise through action learning networks?
It may be easiest to list MISSINGC by 3 categories:
1 By urgent availability - The European Union- and indeed all clusters of nations and states - is timely both because of Soros book and because we can now see (eg Ukraine) that peace as the number 1 reasoning of the EUsince birth is not being mapped around peoples
2 By missing if as world bank jim proposes the net generations defining social movements of #2030now are to end poverty and twin every capital in massive student job creation. South Africa may have done the most work on the missing literacies- finance. job creating entrepreneurship, empowerment, media for debating total redesign of value chains for the 99% and bottom-up and open exponentially n line with nature. At least it offers a benchmark and isnt afraid to totally change teenage education celebrating apprenticeships more than being chained to theoretical exams in schools
Those that inet leaders happen to have spent their life on - eg Mehrling's money curriculum
I would love to discuss the missing curricula topic any time any where including Toronto. This challenge was core to the way my father started up the net generation's meta-curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist in 1972 after he had first observed students experimenting with digital learning networks. Thenceforth he assumed the generation to 2030 would be subject to the most massive borderless changes ever - a system challenges whose opportunities and threats would compound in irreversible ways.
firstname.lastname@example.org http://normanmacrae.ning.com - Foundation for Youth Capitalism and Open Education…
superstars, digital media's mass impacts from viewpoints of the 3 majorities with less than 10% say in the futuire - women, youth, poorest
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
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
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
how system design of open education would compound both the biggest opportuniites and threats to the net generation and sustainability of am increasingly borderless world; the book was www.yazmi.com">https://class.coursera.org/managerisk-001/forum/www.yazmi.com one of the earliest to call for milennials' goals - not the same thing as millennium goals mediated separately by the world's biggest organisations
Norman Macrae Foundation maintains uptodate interviews on this view of milennials as potentially the most educated, connected, heroic and collaborative generation our species has developed- I 'd love to share these with anyone interested: sir fazle abed brac
muhammad yunus grameen
taddy blecher free university partnerships out of s.africa
www.thelearningweb.net editors out of new zealand and china
the gandhi family at the world's largest school in lucknow that serves to continue world citizen curriculum started by gandhi and montesorri
various people at MIT media lab
and coming soon - an interview with maryland's and ethiopai's own mr samara- who launched africa and asia's first satellite and is dedicaed to elearning www.yazmi.com
email@example.com skype chrismacraedc dc hotline 301 881 1655
researching world record book of job creators for The Economist's 175th birthday in 2018- media designed to end hunger and end capital abuse of youth…
uses every year. As a child of the 1960s it seemed like one of the greatest goals of our species. With hindsight I think it probably didn't rank in the top 10 goals we could be setting our planet now
Task 1 - what 10 goal curriculum would you vote as being most exciting for those growing up in the 2010s
should we tap into the million times clean energy the sun offers but we haven't started to make a curriculum goal of everyone who would link in
should we decide that by 2025 we never again anywhere see children born into starvation, illiteracy or war (or at least the first two of those if you think they require different curricula)
should we design youth's most productive and collaborative world- help us search for 100 leaders of this curriculum at www.wholeplanet.tv - we define the goal as no hard working student should ever be trapped in the double whammy of debt of student loans and lack of decent jobs or entrepreneurial franchises (including those open sourced as microfranchises necessary so that no community ever loses sustainability)
World's most valuable collaboration goal-driven curricula- MOOCwho? Yunus Mandela ..
40 years of entrepreneurial revolution search shows all of these innovations are far more within our grasp than getting to the moon was in 1960 however we do now urgently need to end 20 anti-youth monopolies- start by defining goal curricula of open education; remove economists. public servants and professionals that power over externalisation games compounding risks onto those born with the least or the least information- end media that propagates mistrust or misinformation or anything that stops valuing 1 million times more collaboration
Do youth world's greatest storytellers the favor of searching out who is most collaboratively able to implement their beautiful dreams. Don't muddle the storyteller with the hi-trust educator, the marketer, or the banker. While this three-in-one might have been possible to experiment with in the places with the least overheads, a very different collaboration expertise is needed if the world's greatest open tech wizards are to join in now mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc,
nal of social business- how did rural bangladesh get developed by the worlds poorest village women
whats most important is that all asian below about 25 degrees latitude required the same breakthroughs - notably chinese village development and bangladesh village development linked in common breakthroughs at least 3 occasions (aid to ultra poor during the second half of the 20th c
needed to scale borderless solutions of life critical knowhow but failed to do so wherever politics of nations came before developing the bottom third of the world)
1970s rice science and village health (especially oral rehydration and first 1000 days infant nutrition) and resilience empowered by village mothers critical
from 1996village mobiles and microsolar critical in being first leapfrog experiments for villagers who had never had access to electricity grids
in 2018 finally brac quadirs gates and jack ma unite in bkash - the digital finance for a billion unbanked
the storytelling and the reality of the miracle of asian womens empowerment since 1972 are different -it is essential at least to you have studied the following peoples exyraordinary contributions of bangladesh village women in addition to yunus
sir fazle abed - the foundations of health livelihood education and financial empowerment
iqbal/kamal quadir mobile phones from 1996
neville williams microsolar from 1996
regarding jack ma himself would he have become the world's number 1 revolutionary in fintech without the examples bangladesh village networking had founded
als aged 25-35 the most connected and educated network the human race has ever produced - and those with :
1 most impact on millennials goals -whose century vision do we need to trust it to anyway
2 if the world is going to be changed to a sustainable orbit then small groups of people are needed to change practice value chains wherever they are as yet exponentially off course
WORLD BANK MILLENNIALS LED EVENTS
By young Professionals - youth jobs summits -annually from october 2013
African sustainability investment by Young Africa Society -annually from sumer 2014 - he;p us search for other youth "xxx" society
Collaboration entrepreneur solutions competition -for millennials from spring 2015
a leading summit network is ypchronic -how could its model apply to // practice-specific millennial professionals
-their global health summit is 1 november 2014
Youth economics millennials event hosted in conjucnction with Soros Inet
Events not hosted by millennials but claiming to value youth futures as pivotal
Nobel peace laureate summit series 2013 warsaw, 2014 cape town , 2015 atlanta (beyond 2015 millennials' goals)- this is organsied out of rome- rome is a major un futures city - agriculture eg ifad; fashion4development hub -
Millennials subentworks of diaspora groups
US-Africa - see http://usadbc.org or ask for fast moving corespondence circulations firstname.lastname@example.org
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HV1 he had diarised the mess that the NHS started around in 1948- so a 2 times less costly service was certainly possible;
HV2 he believed that to invest in innovative quality (and not to make the nhs a ponti scheme on the next generation) some charges needed to be made in smartly chosen apps ;
HV3 he also believed that there were certain most costly medical interventions that a public service should never go near.
2 cubed means up to 8 times more value can be searched out and collaboratively systemised and that doesnt even include the bonus multipliers he hoped would be designed in as the net connected everyone rounding reducing degrees of separation as far as life critical information flows can be mapped
quite frankly if we helped youth use the coming decade to 2025 to get on the pathway to only 4 times more valuable health care that would bring back full time employment to youth but if we dont aim for that - we will probably not even turn round something that is exponentially accelerating towards 16 times more costly - a syndrome the American futurist used to call health and safety fascism. There comes a point where failed health systems make it too costly to health or safety to get out of bed each day or to afford a bed anywhere near decent work. Note also that there is more than one least value health system in the world - from the archetypal UK NHS to the appallingly costly and neurotic American health system.
The good news is that if we could learn both's muddles there would be even more value to share with worldwide youth's futures. And this becomes a media problem- one that there is not a bats chance in hell that hyper-commercial media will lead 21st c humanity to but which Norman desperately hoped nations with massive public broadcasting could have questioned. In other words not only are there within system risks to remove but many of the greatest risks to youth multiply across the different practice areas. Again the good news is open education platforms can resolve this but only if we design such platforms to test out curriculum youth have never been free to study before. Let's hope Khan Academy gets that in every way the hundred times more resourced coursera appears not to -unless youth collaborate by doing what past Indian President Kalam asked about a decade ago - please young people (and parents of young people) please tear up any non-sustainable curriculum before 2020.
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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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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