CIDA maximizes peer to peer teaching - something that online open curricula should want to do - the more you look at the dynamics of training a million people at a time!
CIDA attracts entrepreneurial curricula to live for - eg its the home of the branson entrepreneur curriculum- its also taps into the community wisdom of the mandela elders; a long term partner is google Africa - one of the trades being that small businesses that will help give youth job experiences are offered free web site assistance; it ensures every student gains a barrel full of modest self-confidence by using the most proven empowerment training there is...
ebody.Colin Maphuta, CIDA student
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h is the most valuable 10 minute training module? when it comes to curriculum, 41 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution search at The Economist suggest collaboration curricula of BRAC is most urgent to free - other nominations welcomed email@example.com
BRAC - net, uni, research, bkash; KhanA; ILAB, CIDA, IHUB, JamiiBora ..
Keynes- economists either design or destroy the futures youth need most. The greatest risk occurs at times of huge change. None greater than the net generation when Norman Macrae first observed youth experimenting with early digital networks. Entrepreneurial Revolution - started in The Economist in 1972 - invites you to co-edit the curriculum which can make the next decade worldwide youth's most productive time.
Norman Macrae Foundation welcomes help link search for 30000 open microfranchises begun at The Economist 40 years ago to help collaboratively futurise the net generation's entrepreneurial revolution and pro-youth economist videos.. firstname.lastname@example.org
because we are postgrads in statistics from Corpus Christi Cambridge we prefer rehearsing optimistic reasoning before modeling numbers but if you have a need for numbers first try the khan curriculum ; we are also preparing a 10-leg tour to pro-youth educators that starts here
2006 as a watershed moment; equally significant was Al Gore being named a Nobel laureate the following year.
So ten years in, after the microcredit boom and a global awareness of climate change, what’s the current thinking? What new, big idea now dominates the agenda and concerns of the Forum participants? And where do they think this field is going?
In the spirit of the tenth anniversary, here is my own top ten list of insights gleaned from walking the halls and joining the panels at this years’ event:
1) It’s about changing the system, Stupid. Broadcaster Ray Suarez expressed it eloquently when he said, “Nobody ever comes out and says they are in favor of starving children, or inadequate sanitation, or war and conflict. And yet they persist. So, how is it that if no one is for these things, and everyone is against them, these problems continue?”.Everyone at the Forum was in some way wrestling with that question. Whether it was this year’s Skoll awardee Carne Ross, whose organization Independent Diplomat is seeking to turn the closed, rigged game of international diplomacy on its head, or Salman Khan’s Khan Academy, a model for free, online tuition that is re-shaping how education is delivered, system-change is the new game in town.Helping young people develop the life skills to flourish in this new world is critical to solving the problems we’re facing-speakers such as Taddy Blecher of CIDA and Sandy Speicher of IDEO shared how youth-focused models are working in India, South Africa, Peru, and around the world.…
q)mpesa thegrameenbank jamiibora adie gabv. Everyday community banking is never separated from intergenerational investment banking in learning future jobs creation -microeducationsummit.com - versus do-gooders errors microcredit.tv
anti-youth bankers aim to trap people in debt and sponsor partisan political battles and false ratings which cause speculative bubbles especially over markets of scarce things that get consumed up in use particularly sectors unrenewable for future generations
.Which Markets Free Youth's Future Possibilities?
below our summary of sector by sector - more data at www.wholeplanet.tv - please help us search out which market sectors include a leader with a pro-youth purpose for that market, and how do such leaders collaborate with youth ..eg by sponsoring pro-youth practitioner curriculum on free online educational platforms such as those mobilized for real by www.khanacademy.org or tried out for real in s.africa and Kenya by a cluster of partners celebrating mandela's visions, branson's innovative spirit, google Africa's tools and such remarkable education and banking entrepreneurs as taddy blecher (CIDA) and Ingrid munro (jamii bora)
In 1930s economists learnt from Keynes General Theory that all the bits and pieces that economists work on ultimately end up systemically spinning one of 2 opposite consequences - pro-youth (including sustainability of human race), and anti-youth (including destruction of planet and peoples' communities)
Norman Macrae Foundation (email@example.com) washngton dc hotline 301 881 1655) also welcomes correspondence if you wish to nominate a clear description of market sector pro-youth versus anti-youth
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food and nutrition markets
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professions responsible for systems transparently valuing compound future consequences
ee university created by blecher celebrating mandela, branson school of entrepreneurship, google africa strategic labs, and why not you if you love future of African youth
First Chinese University Jack Ma open educates
University of Stars
MoocYunus University incorporating MandelaUni ObamaUni ClintonUni GrameenUniversity
Flows of MIT where open to worldwide youth to job co-create with
The segment of coursera partners that collaboratively actions the search moocwho
An association of student competition networks that develops best mentor/coach networks practice by practice - see the rehearsal of the nutrition and food security mentorgroup stimulated by first 5state-wide yunus jobs competitions in USA
Universities that empower youth to partner with the Entrepreneurial Revolution findings of the 4 billion dollar obama program on collaboration community broadband
Any university that empowers youth to generate at least 0.1% of the 30000 microfranchise hunt started by The Economist in 1984
economics24.tv The university that is most collaborative with the Norman Macrae 90th anniversary book- The Last Human Race: an open curriculum of economics for 11 years olds
Those universities first to free student curricula by designing a social new media lab out of which youth rehearse 10 minute khan academy curricula millions of youth need to interact most more central to the university's culture than examinations or other aspects of the 4 monopolies that 20th c universities value chained youth to…
http://maharishiinstitute.org/ , CIDA since 1999 Taddy Blecher in Johannesburg has show that educators can create millions of jobs with youth - how can we help him with his work and how's this connect with your work;macrae family has argued since 1972 that the net generation can make tremendous human progress if and only if educators, economists and all who make the biggest resource integrate youth job creating into the way their worldwide purpose and impact is valued
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1:52:21 AM] chrismacraedc: thanks for inspiring us at yesterday's group shype[11:52:51 AM] chrismacraedc: I am sending this by skype and email- may I check out an idea to see if its workable[11:53:41 AM] chrismacraedc: taddy -would it be possible to summarise in about 10 lines some of the things you now know hopw to do so that I could put them in front of the young organisers of the world bank youth summit[11:54:44 AM] chrismacraedc: i have a particular context : I want them to brainstorm a top 5 youth networking agendas that ll youth summits could connect between now and cape town 2014 and atlanta 2015, and I am hoping that they will say that one of the top 5 is a map of ehere education is creating jobs[11:55:39 AM] chrismacraedc: the next world bank youth summit is not long a way- its probably july and will be in new york- they will be partnering the UN envoy of youth whom Nsaila has connections with[11:56:27 AM] chrismacraedc: I have been told by the young organisers in the world bank that jim kim believes in youth movements and has told them that this is their summit format to connect what eldrs in world bank cant[11:57:24 AM] chrismacraedc: so its quite an unique opening, and what I want to do is start the brainstorming of the top 5 maps youth need in Dc this january while we can also invite stident groups to discuss this[11:58:25 AM] chrismacraedc: youth has not been involved actionably in aid or social entrepreneurship at all in washington dc for complex reasons to do with this being the epicentre of fund raising and lobbying not searching for knowhow youth need to collaborate around[12:00:11 PM] chrismacraedc: by the way naila was moderatpr of the panel of world bank awarding youth technolgy prize and i believe a nigerian applying technolgy to education won the prize; naila has also told me that nigeria is one of the countries where the first ladies of the world know who their most trusted connection is
taddy today you mentioned Rockefeller is big in scaling education in many of the ways you are pioneering in 6 locations
I am not sure if there asia program is connected the same way but shafqat is a long trusted friend in Dhaka and I believe his youth tech networks are building ilab dhaka around specifications partly or mainly from Rockefeller
the one million jobs plan including 6 job creating universities and 14 million k to 12 entrepreneur curriculum of blecher is discussed at; restructuting parters of s.africaes sme and apprenticeship channel include google who has so far delivered 65000 free customised sme business webs; branson has incubated his entrepreneur curriculum in s.afraica and this has now been extended to jamaica (rave review from open tech panelist at world bank youth summit) and is coming soon to UK…
eating, helping net generation be most productive, collaborative and sustainable time to be alive- when norman macrae started the entrepreneurial revolution quest in The Economist in 1972 for wholly new organisational designs- it was early student experiments with digital networks which caused him to start debating this with every leader The Economist could reach
this identifies achievements of the most important single generation national progress curriculum we have ever found -
how was it achieved, and who is sharing its knowhow today across any communities still needing to make this sort of progress; if you are part of a pro-youth university, what collaboration maps linking uniquely into this curriculum do you offer and how do you activate student relationships with the core pen source franchises that sustain achievement of these goals effectively, efficiently and massively; how is technology changing your university's collaboration impacts around serving life-changing liberators of the sort this integral curriculum gravitates
Collaboration's 64 Trillion $ Question :Free University of MOOCurricula: It's as if everything that Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries could have spaced out over 41 years since The Economists' pro-youth economist Norman Macrae first saw youth experiments with early digital networks in 1972 is converging into 2013 as One Year of Educational Revolution
11-Plus of economics focuses on Priority pro-youth systems curricula- either
mobilies collaboration in millennium goals or
free capital to create good jobs starting up in communities around you
At practice and market levels, whose curriculum helps co-create greatest human purpose of 7 wonders?
7 Pro-youth banks
6 Pro-youth edu -MOOC
5 Nutrition and clean energy from local lands
4 Mobilising nursing's return of economica; accessible health everywhere
3 True place leaders and youth hero media
2 Professions of multi-win models
1 Open tech wizards of milion times more collab apps
Map of Universities with a future for Youth
Commons Brainstorming as at June 2013 - we welcome map nominations
BRAC University - official webs BRAC.net BRACUniversity.net BRACresearch.org AFSP.brac.net bracnetweb.com bkash.com ..
CIDA University CIDA.co.za maharishiinstitute.org 1 world number 1 as free university created byBblecher celebrating Mandela, Branson school of entrepreneurship, google Africa strategic labs, and why not you if you love future of African youth
*First Chinese University Jack Ma open educates
* Soros University CEU
* University of Stars -loosely linked round eg Monica Yunus, Vivienne Westwood as susperstar mentors of how to reconnect youth and communities and so celebrate borderless peacekeeping from ground up
* MoocYunus University incorporating MandelaUni ObamaUni ClintonUni GrameenUniversity
* Flows of MIT where open to worldwide youth to job co-create with
* The segment of coursera partners that collaboratively actions the search moocwho
* An association of student competition networks that develops best mentor/coach networks practice by practice - see the rehearsal of the nutrition and food security mentor group stimulated by first 5state-wide yunus jobs competitions in USA
* Universities that empower youth to partner with the Entrepreneurial Revolution findings of the 4 billion dollar obama program on collaboration community broadband
* Any university that empowers youth to generate at least 0.1% of the 30000 microfranchise hunt started by The Economist in 1984
economics24.tv The university that is most collaborative with the Norman Macrae 90th anniversary book- The Last Human Race: an open curriculum of economics for 11 years olds
* Those universities first to free student curricula by designing a social new media lab out of which youth rehearse 10 minute khan academy curricula millions of youth need to interact most more central to the university's culture than examinations or other aspects of the 4 monopolies that 20th c universities value chained youth to : what's researched, what's taught, what's examined. who acredits
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Education and Economic Opportunity
Opportunity – for education, jobs, income, raising a family – divides those with a promising future from those without. Adequate preparation and access to education and employment opportunities make a rise out of extreme poverty possible. So does honing personal skills to enable professional advancement and unlock job opportunities. We advance innovations that enhance a person’s ability to improve her/his economic well-being and personal dignity. Regions include: Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East, United States.
PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES:
Aflatoun promotes a culture of saving, builds money skills and develops responsibility, reaching more than 540,000 children in about 5,000 schools in 32 countries worldwide.
Arzu pays women weavers above-market compensation for handwoven rugs and provides literacy, education and health benefits. Its rugs are sold on www.arzustudiohope.org. Arzu reconstructed the carpet supply chain to accommodate custom and contract orders, leading to a 44% growth in sales.
Barefoot College educates poor Indians (mostly women) through peer-to-peer learning and is transformational in that it relies on the passing on of traditional skills and knowledge. Locals are trained as doctors, teachers, engineers, architects, designers, mechanics, communicators and accountants and they use technology in innovative ways: mobile phones are set to work monitoring water quality through an online dataset, solar-powered cookers are constructed to break dependence on wood.
Benetech is a nonprofit technology company based in Palo Alto, California. Benetech pursues projects with a strong social rather than financial rate of return on investment, harnessing open source technology to create solutions to social issues. The Benetech Bookshareservice is the world’s largest accessible online library of copyrighted books for people with print disabilities such as blindness.
Camfed fights poverty and AIDS in Africa by educating girls and empowering young women. It packages scholarships, community support, and mentor networks to help girls succeed in school and prepare for jobs. More than 1.4 million have benefited from Camfed’s holistic intervention from elementary school to adulthood.
Change through Digital Inclusion (CDI) sets up computer labs and offers training in everything from basic computer services to IT skills. CDI has built more than 800 community centers in thirteen countries giving more than 1.3 million people access to the Web, the bulk in Brazil and many for the first time. CDI maintains computers that would otherwise be discarded by companies making upgrades, and supports use of the equipment in community development projects.
INJAZ Al-Arab is the only significant educational program in the Middle East focused on empowering young people by bringing leaders from the private sector into the classroom to teach entrepreneurship, work and life skills. It reaches 68,000 students a year in 13 Arab countries.
The Afghan Institute for Learning (AIL) provides education to 235,000 Afghan women and children and has impacted 7 million Afghans through teacher training and workshops on human rights, women’s rights, peace, and leadership.
The Citizens Foundation (TCF) provides affordable primary and secondary private education to low-income students in Pakistan’s urban slums and rural areas, with a focus on girls. Its model enables it to navigate Pakistan’s unique cultural environment and country constraints, allowing it to be more effective in attracting and retaining female students. Its model includes robust teacher and principal training, all of whom are female to appease parents; building safe schools close to students’ homes; fees relative to a family’s income and small class sizes limited to no more than 30 students (other schools can have as many as 100). TCF gains family buy-in, transforming often illiterate parents into believers in education. TCF serves 115,000 students, has 5,800 all-female teachers and principals, and a 50% female student body, compared to 15-20% in TCF communities. It has a 92% pass rate at matriculation level, versus the national average of 56%.
Citizen Schools transforms American after-school programs from an afterthought to part of large-scale education reform. Their program for low-income middle school students entails hands-on learning staffed by volunteer Citizen Teachers.
Civic Ventures develops ways for baby boomers to remain engaged in society through paving the path for the encore career. As people live longer, Civic Ventures provides tools for older generations to remain engaged and give back to society through meaningful work that uses their talents and experience.
College Summit helps students complete their college applications and develop a college list, producing a 20 percent increase in college enrollment for participants.
Community and Individual Development Association, or CIDA, created CIDA City Campus, South Africa’s first free university. They have provided education to more than 5,000 students who could not afford it otherwise.
Digital Divide Data’s global partnership between its Western business arm and its high-touch Southeast Asian social service program creates a unique and scalable fair trade model for development across industries. They have graduated 400 people in Cambodia and Laos to high-skilled jobs in which they make more than 4 times the average regional wage. Their business is sustainable, generating over $3 million in revenue last fiscal year while realizing efficiency gains.
Escuela Nueva “New School” gives children in rural areas learning materials using curricula they developed themselves. Adopted by Colombia’s Ministry of Education and duplicated in 16 countries, in 2009 they provided 87,000 low-income children in Colombia with learning materials, covering 30 percent of the rural primary student population.
Free The Children (FTC) provides educational opportunities to children around the world, thus freeing them to pursue their dreams and bring about positive social change. They organize volunteer service trips to Asia, Africa and Central America and built more than 500 schools in those areas.
Friends-International helps prevent child abuse. Its model has been established or replicated in 12 countries. It has two key programs: ChildSafe, which involves local leaders and tourists in prevention, and The Street Children Network, which makes services available to street children.
Fundación Paraguaya gives microcredit and entrepreneurship education to thousands of small businesses. It became a leader in microenterprise development as Paraguay transitioned to democracy and developed a self-sustaining, productive agricultural school that offers credit upon graduation.
Gawad Kalinga transforms slums into peaceful and productive communities. It works with 2,000 communities in the Philippines and other nations where poverty exists including Cambodia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Engaging all sectors of society, mobilizing them to work together to end poverty, the organization is building a global army of volunteers on the ground and online, working with schools, corporations and other organized institutions to mainstream a culture of caring and sharing. Gawad Kalinga means to “give care”.
GoodWeave eliminates the exploitation of bonded child laborers in carpet manufacturing. In Nepal, Pakistan and India, the organization monitors factories, certifies carpets made without bonded labor and rescues and educates child laborers. 9,000 children have attended school under GoodWeave sponsorship.
Half the Sky (HTS) is challenging the institutionalized inefficiency of state-run orphanages in China. They convinced the government to exclusively partner with them and implement HTS models throughout the country.
Institute for Development Studies and Practices (IDSP) Pakistan allows students to become engaged in the social and economic development of their country by providing schools that impart skills for community leadership. So far, 1,200 people graduated from six different types of practice-based courses. Twelve ISDP Senior Fellows (six are women), who had no development experience, have worked on development projects ranging in size up to $1.3 million.
Kashf Foundation stands out from other microfinance institutions because of its offerings that empower women. Kashf is the first microfinance (MFI) to achieve financial sustainability in Pakistan; it’s the third largest MFI in the country, with 288,000 clients through 150+ branches. Kashf has a pioneering life insurance product and Forbes named Kashf a Top 50 Global Microfinance Institution in 2007.
Khan Academy strives to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere – through online content delivered directly to independent learners worldwide or using a blended learning model in schools. It allows a student to learn at her own pace to truly master a subject. Khan Academy is removing the 60-minute lecture and “humanizing the classroom”. Students can now view short video lectures when needed, and the teacher can focus their time on facilitating small group instruction, one-on-one sessions, peer-to-peer tutoring, and project-based learning. The Academy has amassed more than 3,600 video tutorials, exercises, performance dashboards, and incentive badges. Its multi-partner distribution strategy includes: direct to learners via the Internet, school partnerships, teacher toolkits, and internationalization efforts. In 2012, they grew from 1 million users per month to 6 million+ users per month. Khan Academy’s videos have been viewed more than 200 million times, and 700+ million exercises have been completed.
Kiva is a pioneer of Internet microfinance. Kiva has roughly 700,000 registered users who have lent around $120 million in four years, spreading the cause of microfinance and empowerment to the mass market.
Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC) is a vocational training program with art and recording studios, computer classrooms, a music hall and an industrial kitchen. MBC’s youth programs connect arts knowledge and skills with academic standards, citizenship and life disciplines. It also has career education.
New Teacher Center has refined a model to pair veteran teachers with talented and inexperienced new teachers, launching New Teacher Center in 1998. In 2010, the center reached more than 26,000 teachers to affect 1.84 million students. To bolster its impact, the Center plays an active role in the National Education Policy debate, advocating for state and federal policies.
Nidan champions informal workers in India’s north and east, who proudly call it their own organization. The country’s informal sector makes up 93 percent of the workforce, creating 64 percent of GDP. Nidan organizes these workers, incubates sector-based collectives and partners with government to demonstrate that models of rights-based, inclusive growth can work. It advocates, too, from local governance to state and national level governance structures and policy institutions. Nidan means “solutions” in Hindi.
Population and Community Development Association helped stop rapid population growth in Thailand, and teaches HIV/AIDS. It also gives micro-credit loans. PDA’s approach to reproductive health over 35 years resulted in Thailand’s population growth rate declining from 3.2 percent in 1974 to 0.5 percent in 2005, and, according to a World Bank study, an estimated 7.7 million lives were saved as a result of PDA’s HIV prevention campaigns.
Pratham provides quality education for underprivileged elementary school age children in India. Its programs focus on urban areas to increase the enrollment and learning levels of children living in urban slums.
Room to Read is a global organization focusing on literacy and gender equality in education in the developing world. Room to Read helps develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children and ensures girls have the skills and support needed to complete their secondary education. Since 2000, Room to Read has impacted the lives of more than four million children in Asia and Africa and aims to reach 10 million children by 2015.
Sonidos de la Tierra “Sounds of the Land” inspires kids through music and engages entire communities to support performances, reaching more than 12,000 children from Central and South America.
Teach For All aims to eliminate educational inequality by leveraging promising future leaders to teach in public school classrooms, providing children with committed, energetic teachers and creating lifelong advocates among alumni for high-quality public education. Teach For America attracted more than 35,000 talented graduates for 4,100 teaching slots.
Tostan has helped abandon the practice of female genital cutting (FGC) and child marriages in five African countries. It has taught human rights to more than 200,000 villagers. Tostan’s approach has been integrated into international strategies, including 10 U.N. agencies and 5 governments. In Senegal, the government has adopted a National Action Plan that calls for using the human rights approach pioneered by Tostan to end FGC by 2015.
Visayan Forum Foundation empowers trafficked women and girls in the Philippines and works for decent domestic work. Its integrated approach to intercepting the women, then supporting them, includes partnerships with law enforcement, source communities, transit authorities and transportation companies. Its Step Up program teaches life skills, entrepreneurship and IT skills to victims of trafficking. About a third of its graduates now have good jobs and a third are furthering their education.
YouthBuild USA teaches at-risk young people to construct homes and offers at-risk youth leadership training, education and skills that lead to good jobs. It’s helped change national policy: its principle that low-income youth should be included as service givers in American national service programs is now standard. It’s affected the international landscape, with more than 10 countries now hosting YouthBuild.
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how do humans design futures?-in the 2020s decade of the sdgs – this question has never had moore urgency. to be or not t be/ – ref to lessons of deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - we now know how-a man made system is defined by one goal uniting generations- a system multiplies connected peoples work and demands either accelerating progress to its goal or collapsing - sir fazle abed died dec 2020 - so who are his modt active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow n- soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adaptability where cop26 november will be a great chance to renuite with 260 years of adam smith and james watts purposes there is no point in connecting with system mentors unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning mext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy an productive life as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between discover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ultimately the world was designed around a handful of big empires and often only the most powerful men in those empires. 4 amazing human-tech systems were invented to start massive use by 1960 borlaug agriculture and related solutions every poorest village (2/3people still had no access to electricity) could action learn person to person- deming engineering whose goal was zero defects by helping workers humanize machines- this could even allowed thousands of small suppliers to be best at one part in machines assembled from all those parts) – although americans invented these solution asia most needed them and joyfully became world class at them- up to 2 billion people were helped to end poverty through sharing this knowhow- unlike consuming up things actionable knowhow multiplies value in use when it links through every community that needs it the other two technologies space and media and satellite telecoms, and digital analytic power looked promising- by 1965 alumni of moore promised to multiply 100 fold efficiency of these core tech each decade to 2030- that would be a trillion tmes moore than was needed to land on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improve race to end poverty- and initially it did but by 1990 it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complex vested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed the big get bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate and other stuff that a world trebling in population size d\from 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the good and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only serving rich men and politicians od every party who have taken us to the brink of ending our species- these are the most exciting times to be alive - we the 3 generations children parents grandparents have until 2030 to design new system orbits gravitated around goal 1 and navigating the un's other 17 goals do you want to help/ 8 cities we spend most time helping students exchange sustainability solutions 2018-2019 BR0 Beijing Hangzhou: BR6 Geneva, Luxembourg, BR2 Dhaka, Delhi, BR1 Tokyo, Seoul
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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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