bottom-up community regenerating ones? Specifically which of these 20 anti-youth monopopolies did his advisers fail to even recognise as critical challenges
2014-2015 Can students from hundreds of historically black universties help Obama's legacy get back on track on the 2 year road to Atlanta Nov 2015 http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com
5 states with most practice of celebrating social collaboration- Georgia since 011, N Carolina and Oregon 012, Alabama and New Hampshire 013
Energy''s number 1 bottom-up prize network http://ashden.org- major undercover supporters Sainsbury Philanthropy, BBC nature correspondents and Royal Geographical Society, Friends of Prince Charles and Sustainable Royal Families
Where have the Bailout's Undercover Investments in Community Broadband seeded bottom-up celebrations Obama's PR merchants are incapable of connecting
3 countries -and job creating future capitals - with most timely youth networking opportunities to fully value peace as necessary to collaboration entrepreneurship
questions/comments welcome Norman Macrae Foundation DC hotline 1 301 881 1655 firstname.lastname@example.org…
itical applications that they could mobilise and which youthworldbanking (eg gramen, brac , som members of gabv.org ) can invest in. This started by turing one vilage mother per 60 into a village to vilage human yellow pages through delivering the most affordable mobile phone service ever rented. (Grameen phone) Apps for every ;life critoiac dream of youth futures can now be found by surveying Bangaldesh and the other earliest nations of freeing mobile infsratructires for the most life developing solutions (Kenya is a world leade out of Africa). China is an extremely interesting case because it depends whether it will adapt the most joyful early experinecs of youth world banking from eg Bangladesh. Savvy global brand leaders are helping China and Banagldesh connect such youth entrepreneurial revolution - see eg Danone experiments in this field and debriefings shared with MIT Dlab
Where can you see Yunus irect experinents with students:
15th monthly social design competition in dhaka
First 5 pan state youth competitions in USA now being mashed into Atlanta's Nov 2015 summit…
0 most entrepreneurial revolutionary and collaborative youth as valued by friends 1 2 of Muhammad Yunus - that's the number atlanta commits to hosting live- but every idea to twin job creating capitals virtually is welcome- as is every idea on which capitals including atlanta will be youth's favorite job creating and millennium goal collaborating spaces to linkin
..Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said that Atlanta winning the 2015 summit is one of the “most important wins the city has had since I’ve been mayor because it’s going to put the city of Atlanta in the heart of the international stage.. Most of the living Nobel Peace laureates will be coming to Atlanta for the summit that will take place Fall 2015.
wikidoc on 25000 youth's Road to Atlanta
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CNN's list of leaders who can
The Economist's 42 year search for ER leaders
If you only ever read one essay of Keynes- read "Future" from his essays on persuasion pp349-375 - then watch this 4 minute video with 25000 Youth and Yunus
Month by Month Action Network Diary Inviting 25000 Youth
Nov 2013 Oct 2013…
2018:Finding anyone to discuss this in USA is very difficult- there is a good chance that the new ali bababusiness school with ant finance, bkash, tsinghua, unctad?UNGA and leading girls tech partners will take these questions over from october
thanks chris macrae 240 316 8157
China and neighbouring countries are in the middle of the 3 most vital questions of generating sustainable economies
3) If you look north and west of china the question is: what happens to huge landlocked spaces with overall low populations densities -this question BRI.school needs the most cooperative of belt road solutions such as 26 nations sharing a container railRoad (minimal investment where the rails existed but lack of common gauge needed a solution) . Longer-term its this regions leading use of natural resources that will most determine climate outcomes
2) If you look to sino-south asia the question with the biggest population impact of
all (over 40% of human race)- what happens when the financial systems of the poorest or smallest enterprises are far more community sustainable/ economic than those of the biggest- and how does this impact edutech, healhtech, girlstech and green infrastructure- in each case the smallest and poorest can leap ahead of the richest- but which side does this leave public servants on. 41 years ago this became the main question of Entrepreneurial Revolution alumni of adam smith, james wilson, walter bagehot and keynes as they celebrated how the east was designing the first win-win post-colonial trade models to end poverty. Today this is the pivotal question of everyone one who uses 1000 times more mobile communications tech to accelerate diffusion of sustainability goal solutions. EconomistDiary.com See eg the summit of 6 elites plus china
1) If you look to East and South East, the main question is what to do when one or two places' peoples (eg N Korea and Myanmar) have got left out whereas everyone else is advancing socially and globally. In other words, this exponential search leads to will we design globalisation round refugee solutions and peace dividends?…
Is the human race capable of designing systems quarter of a century ahead of where livelihoods need to be, not quarter of a century behind?
The Economist offers a worldwide viewpoint of this value multiplying challenge of the human race sustained over 7 quarters of a century from 1843 (exponential rise of industrial revolution) to 1993 (exponential rise of million times more collaboration revolution) to 2018
Death of Distance Mapping due in 7th quarter 1993-2018 webbed an irreversibly critical era of social and economic development -witness Entrepreneurial Revolution and Future History debates hosted throughout The Economist's 6th quarter
THE VIEW IN 2013
So far local and global system mediation has failed worldwide peoples and open collaboration linking in youth's net generation. Do the next 5 years offer any way of systemic collapse?
Perhaps only open education systems (eg Khan Academy, Coursera , South Africa free university) offer a just in time way back to 21st c global village sustainability and celebrating borderless human productivity and freedom
Sent: Saturday, 1 June 2013, 21:01 Subject: important that soros and abed aware of follwing
mostofa- or anyone- is it possible to get me a phone call with abed in next week or failing that a meeting in budapest
abed is getting a prize on 13th june fro central european university (founded by soros) http://www.brac.net/node/1360#.UaqX1FnD_iw
soros is hosting a development seminar in budapest june 12 http://www.hvca.hu/events/boosting-growth-in-cee-pe-vc-and-entrepreneurship-with-george-soros
0 youth-led organizations have currently signed up. Your positive response to this call is a sure sign that young people care about our inclusion in future global development goals, and want to have a hand in shaping them.
The objective of this crowdsourcing platform is to consolidate input on youth related targets and indicators, which could feature in future development goals – but we are not starting from scratch. We are attempting to build on existing policies, agreements and recommendations developed during previous negotiations or already being implemented by member states. We intend to leverage those which are working, and revisit or upgrade those which aren’t – based on your feedback.
As early as 1985, the UN recognized the first International Year of Youth, and since then there has been some considerable work on the issue – steadily increasing in the run up to 2015 and the due date for the MDGs. Arguably the biggest step forward was the adoption of the World Programme of Action for Youth (WPAY) by the UN General Assembly in 1995 – which outlines 15 priority areas for youth development. If you are involved in the area of youth development, but are not yet familiar with the WPAY, we suggest you take a look!
More recently, the My World 2015 survey was launched, which maps priority areas based on user votes. There have been more than 1.5 million votes on the platform, making it an excellent source of public information – the five main priority areas on this platform have been guided by results from there. The report – A Million Voices: The World We Want accurately captures a snippet of the global conversations and consultations happening around the world and on the platform.
Building on the WPAY, My World 2015 survey and numerous other public consultations, this initiative seeks to arrive at a consolidated set of principles for youth empowerment, which all appropriate actors can advocate for in the post-2015 development agenda. The result from this exercise will be 2-3 pages of concrete messaging, targeted at key actors responsible for setting the post-2015 development agenda. This will be the messaging that all those involved in the Global Partnership rally behind and promote, with a view to spreading awareness, and building the capacity of community based organizations to respond to these priorities. The text will include specific and measurable indicators for youth empowerment at global, regional and local levels – and will be supported with a more detailed background document highlighting specific content from this platform, as well as previous consultations.
Arriving at this consolidated position is just the first step. After we have this material, the purpose of the Global Partnership will be to create a network of local, grassroots organizations which encourage necessary action and monitoring of indicators for youth development in the period after 2015. This may involve advocacy work with local governments and municipalities, community outreach and awareness raising, and even data collection and reporting. Our ultimate objective is to be able to provide you with the frameworks and coordination mechanisms which empower you to express your views and gather public support, so that relevant governing bodies can take informed and representative decisions.
I am grateful for your support, and am confident that together we can ensure that young people find a home in the global post-2015 development agenda.
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Every year 14 million girls are married as children, denied their rights to health, education, and opportunity, and robbed of their childhood. Mabel van Oranje has an inspiring vision of what the world could look like if there were no child brides, and initiated Girls Not Brides with the bold goal of ending child marriage in one generation. Child marriage traps girls and their communities in poverty. By ending the practice, the global community can start to address some of the most difficult challenges in development. Girls Not Brides is a global partnership of more than 300 civil society organizations working across 50 countries. By joining forces and working at all levels—from grassroots to international—members of the global community can tackle this harmful social norm and end child marriage.
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In 2008—for the first time in history—more people were living in urban than in rural areas. Today, more than one billion people live in slums. Founded by a collective of slum dwellers and concerned professionals headed by Jockin Arputham, a community organizer in India, Slum Dwellers International works to have slums recognized as vibrant, resourceful, and dignified communities. SDI organizes slum dwellers to take control of their futures; improve their living conditions; and gain recognition as equal partners with governments and international organizations in the creation of inclusive cities. With programs in nearly 500 cities, including more than 15,000 slum dweller-managed savings groups reaching one million people; 20 agreements with national governments; and nearly 130,000 families who have secured land rights, SDI has been a driving force for change for slum dwellers around the world.
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Every five seconds, the world’s urban population increases by 10 people. Everyone needs access to clean water and sanitation, putting a huge pressure on city service agencies. In response, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor has turned the traditional charity model on its head by developing commercially-viable models to bring water and sanitation to nearly two million people in urban slums in six countries. Sam Parker, a former business manager, has led the organization since 2006. Offering a creative package of private-sector, nongovernmental-organization, and academic expertise, WSUP equips public and private service agencies with the capacity and incentives to serve all citizens in their city.…
ay '17 one of its organisers and you as origin of first tuesday networks must linkin toronto as only supercity north of mexico while trump huffs and puffs ?
- whats big is new head of unhabitat - she wants every smart city case sent to her by march 2019 to release big report to start 2020- ultimately they are in charge of goal 11 sustainable cities - and the new head of unga is lady from ecuador- rosalia hosted the first gaol 11 review out of quito and well no former president ki have ever chatter toi cares moire about youth and teachers- i met her at an iqbal quadir event at mit- do you have mit contacts john- they helped unite china and bangladesh girl empowerment the best news for ages
while unhabitat has hq in nnairobi she is former mayor of penang and a lot of her secretariat is francsican - she warned people if you send me cases dont just think outside the box- there is no box
john i wonder if we can meet somewhere - i can get up to toronto or if you diary is going somewhere else fun for livelihoods of youth - where is that? there are various places i need to revisit including rome, miami and oxford and a couple of other people who seem to be tracking same future cities as i am
On Monday, 13 August 2018, 19:33:20 GMT-4, John Schneider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There is one big global group called Startup grind. More mass than class but worth a shot.
Here it is:
Been out of the loop working on matters.
Try this and get back to me.
Nice chatting with you.
John On Aug 12, 2018, at 7:55 PM, christopher macrae <email@example.com> wrote:
i find ecosystems (and cities investing in their youth's sustainable livelihoods and collaboration across sister cities) complex- there is a march 2019 deadline for the best cities report to be issued by unhabitat start if 2020 as one of guterres special projects
boston has a great students ecosystem but after 10 years of interviews there i dont think it would exist without MIT and legatum the latter is deeply supported by the canadian-led mastercard foundation which also supports girls adolescent hubs of brac the world's largest ngo where jack ma's main academic researcher
as far as i can see this is one of america's 2 most interesting hubs Where Revolutions Begin | 1776 Startup Network and recipient of awards from canada- actaully it has deep pockets (founders of american online)- if amazon hq2 comes to region i live in it will be partly due to 1776
it would be great to know which canadian ecosystem you believe in most - here is jack ma's one day training Gateway '17 - i dint know of any country in the americas that has supported jack ma more than canada- this is partly because canada was the only country in the g7 that really wanted the g20
is there any chance you could come to our event in dhaka sept 30 to oct 6
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On Sunday, 12 August 2018, 15:48:23 GMT-4, John Schneider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hello thanks for the email, chat with you soon. Calling you around 6:00 to 6: 30 PM EST.
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada On Aug 12, 2018, at 9:08 AM, christopher macrae <email@example.com> wrote:
John my main mentor ian ryder in uk knows the lady who was headhunted from The City for prince charles charities- she has been telling him that he needs to ,launch the charles youth opportunity trip advisor to where how try to do good
actually charles networks are in a piviotal ;position in the post brexit world
he knows all the bbc nature corespondents who want to green-livelihoods with youth
the only nation that can reconcile conflicts all across mid east and south asia is england that mainly caused them as kits mercantile adventures from 1500 to 1914 designed markets to make the empire bigger and every colony or place that refused to accept opium as a currency smaller
shall i introduce you to ian in case you can share contacts- irionically in 10 years of youth journalism research in bangladesh i have found that prince charles made too many connections with yunus; too few with sir fazle abed; the rest of my work this year attempts to make sure that jack ma and the whole of china (and up to 100 nations experimenting with belt roads) make the best contacts in bangladesh
2 students are helping me most - mostofa from the bangladeshi villages and amy from the chinese villages say if you would like me to intro them
our main treat is week in bangladesh sept 30 to oct 6 when jack ma's main female academic scoyt interviews everyone who has ever helped women digitally or in the village - jack took 20% share in brac's bkash 3 months ago but that is just fintech what can the rest of womentech do?
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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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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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