e girl sustainability have most to learn from dhaka , the tech and world trade mapping out of china were most valuable for worldwide youth to cooperate with
without access to open technology even the bravest girls in the world can't save mother earth
-since our editorial team lacked chinese fluency we spent some time at moocs on sustainability goals until various chinese students offered to guide us round Beijing universities and goodwill trading spaces- we may only know a little about beijing but everywhere we've been has been an educational delight
please note useful mapping is always a bottom up process and local to global- if you believe in sustainability generation mapping you need to linkin data from anywhere that is sharing it openly - from that criterion china has become the most wonderful place for youth to digitally leap forward . breaking 2018-2019 see for example contributions to official webs digitalcooperation.org and our co-blog web digitalcoperation.net- see how many digital innovative networks within the United Nations are either china led or china cheered-
china celebrates over half a billion under 30s; and because of its evolution until recently around a one-child policy- many family trees are dependent on their 20-30 year old- the idea of burdening the family's main future connector with student debt is unthinkable in china- in fact a banker or politician who proposed that probably wouldnt see the light of day again- china has to empower great sustainability livelihoods and it realises as a community grounded dynamic worldwide this will require massive cooperation
Astronaut Ron Garan poses massive collaboration challenge ( more http://spaceappschallenge.org/ )
if you get out a map you will see that more than half the world's people face either eurasia's south coastal Belt or as in china's case its East Coastal Belt- it would be nice if the West wanted its youth to truly have access to sustainability goals curricula, bit in the case of this half of the world's people its is absolutely essential now-put another way china has over 15 direct borders to build happy peaceful future relationships with but the population numbers make the entrepreneurial Belt Roads between Eurasia's east and south coastal Belts an absolute priority and thankfully this is where women hold up half the sky is the only possible cultural way forward
Dhaka & Delhi: Is there any organisation in the world worth more for youth to action learn with than BRAC http://bracnet.ning.com ... and is there any big dataset more just-in-time teady for big-data small enterprise outreach than Nilelani's Billion person digotal ID
ref brandchartering- why trust that china's digital world is supersocial in ways that western fake media driven by old ad and lobbyists industry cannot imagine? fortunately- china came about 10 years later to digital exploration than eg silicon valley - China never got sidelined by fake media; its citizens mainly leapfrogged to smart phones as what the world of digital is spaced around- and china jack ma's invention of mobile finance wasnt motivated as big western banks are by trying to trap you in debt; instead almost literally what efinance came to mean in china was whatever a youthful mind like jack ma said it could all happily make it be- the timing of china's leap into financial freedom of the peoples by the peoples was fortunate- just as 2008 was becoming the west's year of wall street and berlinstraat subpriming the world, china's digitally free currencies started their own flows of investment and hi-trust networks- moreover china unlike america has never had most of its market sectors dominated by property and - in other words if you wanted to be great as a retailer you didnt have to have huge investments in property as a right of entry.
there is also something very amusing about the difference between china's main broadcaster and us mass media- chins's media is licensed to be curious about specific things like what will happen next to education? - or how much of the economy is shared- for sure it has biasses reflecting what powerful leaders say but you wouldnt see in usa prominence given to our 4 greatest innovations to date are the shared economies:
of fast trains (so our citizens can visit their rural families),
bicycles (making cities shared)
mobile finance making banks shared
and ecommerce making markets shared
On norman macrae's digital exponential timelines we have entered the 7 year period of 1000-2000 moore- debates out of beijing-hangzhou have consistently shown china wants to celebrate all sustainability collaborations since hangzhou G20 in 2016 (if not before)
In beijing even the novice explorer can quickly find the most collaborative university on the planet :tsinghua- which is also within 15 minutes fast walk of peking uni and renmin- that's almost 100000 of the brightest chinese youth - probably a quarter of whom aim to exchange abroad within a few years of graduating- mixed up in this wonderland of students is the world largest hub tech entrepreneur suburb
we analyse belt road reporting to understand different trading routes, as well as people, around the world- simply put you dont have to friend or enemy the chinese to see that eg the arctic belt road partnerships will determine much of the planet's sustainable energy or climate meltdown- there is a clear and present danger that anyone who used to believe that the english language is a passport to understanding how to improve the human lot is now over-optimisiic- with britain sidelined by brexit and trump not interested in innovation that sustain youth, its only logical that if you still value your children you should want them to linkin with beijing and tsinghua
next student year 2019-2020 is the first jack ma returns full time to education - and if you have seen his contributions as education commissioner so far you will see his pleas is universal- half of youth everywhere are going to be unemployable unless we take education outside the classroom
this matches norman macrae's expectations since 1984 - that educators not economists on their own would sustain or destroy youth's world…
ssed million unit mark at end of 2011; and is also getting on a doubling in installing healthy cooking stoves
2 virtually free training of nurses- grameen has developed the lowest cost training curriculum of nurses offered at a capital city's buildings- it should be best placed to take a lead online curriculum iediting especially as grameen has a vision of mobilising nurses being information and service networkers which connects with affordable hetahcrer experiments everywheer - eg Arkansas telemedicine labs as part of Obama 4 billion $ program testing community broadband
why community banking cannot be separated from communiyt market channels and job-related knowledge circulation wherever economics is to live up to its most central principle as codified in The Economist genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution (1972)- a place can only row if capital is structured so that family's intergenerational savings are invested in next generation's productive lifetimes out of that community- yunus views on borderless worldwide youth trade match with celebrating such reality tv programs as The Apprentice Yunus or Dragons Den Yunus - see 1984 prediction of such broadcast reality show being needed to colaboate around ending poverty
additionaly yunus daughter monica has the most interesting solution to ending distance of entertainment celebrities from youth engaging with heroes who are doing most good around the world…
s of course collaborative Youth Can!
Here are some ways you can inform the youth you mention though I am sure there are better ways that you can find and I did email you the youth in dhaka who has been serching this most deeply for 7 years
Talk to dr yunus secretariat - or any of the organisers of the monthly youth competitions at yunus centre and see what help they want in making sure that bangaldeshi youth are either well represented live among the 25000 youth meeting nov 2015 atlanta http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com or virtually
Find some of the 1000 youth that the senior nobel peace laureate judge talked to in July 2008 at a summit in dhaka- he promised never to forget linking them in. Get them to write asking him to connect all nobel peace laureates and judges around sustaining that relationship trust
One of the most exciting happenings I have come across on my 10 visits to dhaka is the formation of ILAB - as you know each capital city's ILAB aims to maximise world trade between wizard youth technolgists; I truly hope the ILAB is up there by Nov 2015 but it takes sweat and tears to get hi-trust transparent funding- thats the other thing about the meme of ilabs they are associated with minimiisng risk the larry brilliant way
I have been doing more research on the jobs wars. Basically 3 halfs of the world's population - youth, women and poorest - are having their livelihoods devalued by a few thousand old timers (mainly concerned with being the bossiest or hiding their failure in making the biggest banking decisions). So to counter this the simplest wikidoc of all maybe a dairy of where youth summit preparation meetings are taking place - if you agree that is helpful please start making such a wiki diary from your part of the world -how else can data be used to reduce degrees of separations with worldwide youth of NETGEN being the most productive and collaborative and sustainable of generations https://docs.google.com/document/d/1drpRzPgn5nXVTJ9dEZKb-ZDAbq1AUcEpgN0zWDTQXaw/edit
Remembrance Twitter of Norman Macrae The Economist's Pro-Youth economist (one of the first in 1970s to expose macroieconomics as disgraceful political chicanery) https://twitter.com/myunuslab…
randparent that will determine sustainability of humanity for generations to come
Of course if we do nothing, and wait to be pumelled by germany-eurocracy- the way its austerity and single currency trap has pied pipered all countries at the periphery of the union, then britain's youth will be the biggest losers..we elders will have failed every test of entrepreneurial revolution even though royal and other societies around London Saint James started up and has relentlessly hosted this debate for 45 years now
check out 1970s selections The Economist voted for Britains 21st C to build with China Japan USSR (after wall fell) S Africa (after apartheid) ....... understand timing/gamechangers The Economist predicted -replace paper currency by blockchained ones to be led by chinaas $ reserve currency vanishes like alice's cheshire cat; value growth in places that during Industrial Revolution 1 never had wired telecoms (leapfrog mobile), electricity (leapfrog solar), banks (leapfrog cashless banking eg bkash bangladesh)
are these not the most exciting times to design jobs that also sustain the planet? just do local community experiments , replicate what works through all the apps and mobile connectivity which now makes this world ;possible
the truth is britain needs to choose countries to partner in sustainability's infrastructure investments and growing the people of the greatest learning generation
IF BRITAIN COULD CHOOSE WWW PARTNERS OF MILLENNIAL GENERATION
number 1 must be chinas- we have the 2 greatest languages and we can code a world of opportunity for small enterprises -start up g20 student unions in every UK college - work out which of the hangzhou consensus collaboration invitations are ready to fly; which still need a bit more blockchain brainstorming - what can we get ready for G20 in 2018 and G20 in 2019- those are realistic collaboration tie period whereas germeany's g20 july 2017 may be too early for british youth to really contribute
number 2 should be bangladesh its the greatest end ;poverty laboratory and womens networking space; and its the one success story of british and in the last 33 years
number 3 needs to be USA- the issue of town country trade and open learning exchnages is not about one person- its about whether as peoples and youth : brits and americans still have the same dreams -here';s where i would start in the thurgood marshall communities that are blossoming all over baltimore and inviting dc to come and join in making the whole region a benchmark supercity - one of the 4 best in the wrld for 25 million peoples families to thrive if Ted Leonsis owner of 2 of the region's sports franchises is correct; if jim kim's invitations to all young professionals take on transformation are correct ...
after that maybe it depends on who wants to join in - i love to see if britain can connect with italy and argentina- like jim kim and sir fazle abed (ane even george soros) i love fraciscan culture and the networking by youth up to g20 argentian is a huge opportunity to 21st C POP the world -where P is for preferential , O Option or Opneing , P is Poor
i would love to reconnect with all of india not only bangaldesh - the g20 in 2019 offers the opportunity
i would love to reconnect commonwealth or english speaking values-canada austrial new zealnad plus any other ex commonwealth leaders who believe this can be the most exciting times;
i would lobe positive exchanges with african countries- while kenya would seem a pro-youth etch choice i dont understand the risks - which depend on other countries behaviors and which ultimately have spun out of control ever since blair and bush warred over iraq without have a cultural plan for winning for the people
of course it doesnt mater where i would love, where would you love to see britain build world social trade connections
of course it doesnt have to be whole countries- maybe there are supercities to connect first
WHATS STOPPING THIS BREXIT OPPORTUNITY
One of the biggest problems is bbc journalists-will they finally help or is their desire to depress the nation with bleak news going to destroy every attempt to build ;positive connections for the future- innovation means changing what isnt yet open, loving, caring - surely the british are big enough to want to help america's peoples - treating trump to a gracious state visit has nothing to do with endorsing his past personal behaviors - it has everything to do in ways american and british youth want an opportunity to connect the wprld's most excciting races back to sustainability.
We search out human value exchange breakthroughs (both exponentially rising and collapsing) up and down over 12 time periods - every 7 years since 1946. Over this period we explore how technology connecting peoples has multiplied over 4000 times. This is a much lesser exponential that the Moores law governing the doubling of computing power of the silicon chip- you could analyse it as correlated with Bill Gates social movement Law published in his book The Way Ahead- change is less than leaders might plan for over 3 year periods, always far far more can be planned over 7 years. That's exponential maths mediating the human condition; it is also what those who encountered Harrison Owen call Open Space Technology.
Moreover any legal constitutions that might have seemed globally reasonable in 1946 are now liable to be integral to human trust and ecosystem crises we face today in ever more localities.
True innovation is only possible in cultures where elders are smarter than chaining their youth to ever more legal precedences. Co-creating at all diverse levels of interactivity needs simplicity and transparency, emotional energies of love and courage. Entrepreneurship and sustainability involve systemically different flows than costly legislation and mastering over adminsitration
Through most of the second half of the 20th C, while my father, Norman Macrae was The Economist's end poverty editor, he was free to sign one survey a year. Typically he visited people on another side of the earth from london and asked how could we all help them or celebrate what they needed to win-win with worldwide trade. Although dasdended his days as a teenager navigating airplanes in world war 2 over modernday Myanamar and Bangladesh, he was delighted that his old enemy the Japanese were the first in the post world war period to develop real win-win trades inspired typically by ciivil and electronic engineers-albeit ones who mixed Oriental spirit with Deming's cool.
You can click thorough his top 20 surveys at www.valuetrue.com and they are pictured here
CONNECTIVITY CRISIS OF EDUCATION
You will see from our search that most western educators dont care about the changing nature of youth livelihoods enough to give up the 4 monopolies they control- what to teach research, examine, certify. Individually they nay care a lot but the system doestnt reward it. Another shock is that less than 1% of people who call themselves economists or auditors today value the ever deeper connections between peoples interests which the technology not only makes possible but actually makes essential. Research by Csikszentmihalyi of high performing people shows that maximise the amount of time they spend at the experiential edge of their most unique competence. The opportunities of education technology to free that are extraordinary, the human waste of failing to do this is as dangerous as the carbon waste we are condemning our children to suffocate in.
We're are so connected now that we our human systems (more accurately networks=systems to the power n) now compete on nature's scale whereas what we need to do is collaborate with mother earth because she still chooses which species is the next dodo. Put another way history was a tale of how civilisations declined and fell separately; the future webs around civilisations which all grow or fall together. Poverty must go as a man made system. Underclasses must go. Externalisation of risk across boundaries must go.
To innoculate ourselves against the shock of so many modern professionals neither wholly nor truly valuing all our childrens futures, chapter 1 reviews some great names from history of economic system design who did care
World Record Book of Jobs Creation - chapter 1 version 7.18
Mathematicaians like Einstein and Von Neumann clarified something that big business science fails to value. Namely when man's science says there is no more room to innovate , the reality is man needs to model dynamics at a much more micro level. Most economists today are nowhere near modeling productivity at the level of interaction between families and learning curves across generations that sustainable growth of all our future communities depends on.
These are the most exciting times to be alive and to discover how to thrive. My father estimated at time of moon landing that we 7.5 billion beings have to 2030 before we will be irreversibly lost in too many conflicts between nations, communities and with nature herself. This was never meant to be an exact estimate but there is nothing that alumni of Norman Macrae'e 50 year curriculum of Enrepreneurial Revolution have tracked to suggest we have much ore time than that. So lets take the un's 17 sustainability goals seriously or factor anaslyse them to a more managable number to live and learn, to digitally cooperate around as well as realise face to face. And if we are going to ask the half of the world aged under 30 to believe that we who are parents and grand parents undertsand Buknmister Fullers fina examintaion let start by asking big financiers why their 300 trillion dollars of most liquid investment money remains blocked from sustainability development investing.
"Mr President, Sir,
On the night I was conceived in 1922, by a then junior British diplomat in New York, the lucky Americans similarly enjoying themselves around him had only 8% of their GPs spent by politicians. So Americans in that decade brought the world's cleanest environment revolution, as they triumphed over that pollutant vehicle the horse, put mankind on motor cars' wheels, and built sudden industrial strength which alone meant that Hitler, who by my 18th Christmas in 1941 held Europe from Atlantic to 20 miles from Moscow, was not quite strong enough to shove into gas ovens tiresomely argumentative people like me - and it would later, sir, have been you and all those so happily arguing still in this House.
After the war, we dinosaurs doddered. As I think the second oldest speaker tonight, I am properly desolate, sir, that we hand on to you of my granddaughters' generation an advanced world, at present divided into what comprehensive schoolteachers would call three halves.
In the 15 countries of our west European home, politicians spend between 42% and 63% of our GDPs, in deadening ways so job-losing and so sclerotic that - has old Oxford not noticed this, or does its brain hurt? - unemployment, especially for those whose European youth has been less gilded than yours, rises at each comparable stage of each successive trade cycle, and must thus continue until you see why.
Politicians' spend of GDP dwindles to "only" 35% in Europe's next two clear competitor countries. In America and in Japan which I briefly economically advised 35 years ago when its real GDP at yen exchange rate was one eighth of what it is now. The surge after 1950 by Hiroshimaed Japan in (eg) life expectancy (49 years for a Japanese in 1950, way over our 79 for its old ladies now) - plus its leapfrog beyond us in living standards, in education for its humblest inter-city children circa six times better than ours, in lower crime - was to us who tended it then by far the most exciting sudden forward leap in all the economic history of the world. Do note that it started, and had its main impetus, when its politicians spent only 24% of its GDP. In both Japan and America state spending has been subjected to an upward creep - a good soubriquet, that, for Clinton and Blair and Hashimoto - but since politicians' GDP pinch is still curbed to only 35%, both still exceed Europe in faster innovation and thus fuller employment.
The 1950s-1960s role of Japan is now carried forward by the third group of competitors poised to pinch our patrimony. The Hong Kongs and Singapores, which were coolie countries when I first saw them, have duly passed Britain in living standards, in inner city non-yobdom, in far better education than ours for the mass of their 17 year olds - even though, no sir, because their politicians spend, by IMF valuation, only 18% of their GDPs.
Has the penny really not dropped among Oxford's dreaming spires? When technology surges forward as in this computer age, the new wealth of nations springs from three main manifestations of human wit. One, a relentless daily search among a million competing profit centres on how best next to improve use of that technology next morning. Second, maximum competition in forecasting and guessing and experimenting with what the future may bring. Never allow politicians' monopoly in that. Third, I am sorry if this offends, avoid yesterday-cuddling trade unionisation of who does which, when, at what fixed price, and traditionally how. In our lifetime, it has been proven (a) that free markets bring forth those three qualities circa six times more efficaciously than when politicians say "let's appoint a monopoly organisation to produce some bright wheeze like a channel tunnel", ooh; and proven (b) that international institutions and politicians (of all parties) fib incredibly about the statistical results of this.
When Brussels said that communist East Germany had surpassed Harold Wilson's Britain in prosperity, and Ted Heath and a credulous BBC trilled agreement, I went to East Germany. Anybody who noticed a Trabant was not worth a Mercedes, could see East Germany outproduced even Wilson's Britain only in pollution and steroid-drugged lady shot-putters. In its most showpiece factories I assessed productivity at some one-sixth of Wilson's Britain's factories per man and per almost every other unit of input. When the Berlin Wall came down, my assessment proved to have been a little too kind to socialism as usual. If you compared the state factories of North Korea with the private factories of South Korea, you'd get the more dramatic figures typical of Asia. In the early 1990s the nationalised telephone utility of India had 40 times more employees than the privatised telephone utility of Thailand, although little Thailand was then just passing mighty India in the number of telephones actually working.
In Europe, we have the usual figures which might seem rude to the right honourable ex-member of Ebbw Vale. In the dozen years since British steel was privatised, its productivity per man has risen six times. If he says this is because of wicked sackings and shuttings, remember that Oxford's Attlee in 1947 told Britain's then 367,000 coalminers that coming public ownership would ensure nobody producing such valuable stuff as coal would lose his job this century. It is only the long overdue privatisation that can save even 12,000 of those jobs now, but don't let me claw at scabs of old wounds.
The question for your generation, sir, is whether you are going to drive ever more underclass Britons into unemployment by allowing five vital industries (accounting for three quarters of public expenditure) to be run by politicians at circa one sixth the efficiency that freer markets would bring. These are (1) social security insurance; (2) education; (3) health insurance; (4) a regulatory bureaucracy now five times larger than in Kaiser Wilhelm's Prussia; (5) crime non-prevention.
In education you will have to move to competitive vouchers, with payments highest for those who set up competitive schools in the worst inner cities, where state teaching of both facts and behaviour has incredibly declined in the past 50 years, while private industry has spread once unimaginable durables like colour tvs from 0 to 98% of households. One part of education (assessing by computer a particular child's learning pattern, seizing from that the next questions or facts to impart) will become telecommunicable from far countries. Bovine politicians don't see the same is true of social security insurance (if clients choose to stick to behaviourial norms like staying in married families, you can insure them and theirs far more cheaply against most social ills), and in health insurance (where doctors from Singapore will diagnose the right medical and diet regimes for the tummy from Wigan just X-rayed down their screens). The world's greatest experts on these three and other telecommutable subjects will congregate in the lands with lowest taxation, and all of you voting against tonight's motion will just be brutalising, ruining and killing poorer people if you say that's jolly unfair to British politicians' monopoly welfare state.
Crime rates will depend on whether you elect over-arrogant politicians. In the first decade of my life America produced gangsterdom as well as boom, because its politicians (in a folly my dad said would never be repeated) decreed alcohol could only be sold by Capone's vicious criminals. In this last decade of my life two-thirds of British crime is drug-related, because politicians decree sales of other drugs must be profitably reserved only for criminals. Under any sensible tax plus licensing regime such as we now have for alcohol, you don't get 15-year olds hooked on a wild and muggery-necessitating £200 a day alcohol mania, because a pub, fearing a loss of licence, would refer any such client for special treatment. In crime prevention we will also have to move to the methods of Japan, which has one seventh as many lawyers as we, a court system based on "did he do it, and how most cheaply to stop him doing it again?" which does not include stuffing hordes into expensive British prisons which statistically make inmates more likely to reoffend.
Can you see any other trade apart from heavily trade unionised British prison screws who have actual negative gross production? Yes, a few feet away. A chart from that Swedish Royal Commission chaired by the profs who award the Nobel prize in economics showed that the most effective number of members of parliament for a country of Britain's size would be 90-something. We have 651, and for the imminent general election they have pushed it up to 659 jobs for the boys.
I'd like to end on a more kindly note. If I'd been told in youth that politicians would spend 42% of Britain's GDP, which is more than Hitler spent of Germany's GDP in 1937, I'd have assumed we would by now be living under a monstrous tyranny. After 50 years of reporting on parliament, let me end with my favourite story which shows it just as an elephant's joke. The story is denied by the two self-credulous politicians concerned, but confirmed by the Americans who observed it. One day in the mid-80s, a party of American tourists was as usual being shown reverently around the palace of Westminster. The Lord Chancellor of England appeared in full gig on a staircase above them, and he needed to talk, on some matter of altering a timetable, to the Right Hon gent's successor as Labour leader who was disappearing down a corridor the other way. so Lord Chancellor Hailsham, in full-bottomed wig and black and gold robe, called to the other by his Christian name. Over the heads of the American tourists, he bellowed "Neil".
Instantly, and without hesitation, all the American tourists in the middle fell fully to their knees. A similar obsequiousness is not required to all the forecasts I have shouted at you this evening. A small genuflection will suffice to the simple rule by which your generation could octuple Britain's real national income during the 40 years of marvellously increasing computer technology which will be your working lives. That rule, sir, is never, never, allow politicians to pinch and spend more than a quarter of GDP. Everything will be so easy for the poorest of your contemporaries if only you understand that."
Growth depends on never letting politicians spend more than one quarter of GDP
Oxford Union Debate of 30 May 1996
For the motion : Norman Macrae (CBE and Japanese Order of the Rising Sun), economist, market futurologist, writer of over 2000 editorials, mainly retired after 5 decades of journalism at The Economist and The Sunday Times
Against the motion: Rt Honourable Michael Foot, UK Member of Parliament for Plymouth (1945-1955), Ebbw Vale (1960-1983), Leader of the Labour Party (1980-1983) and succeeded by Rt Hon Neil Kinnock (1983-1992)
owerment youth mentoring models; steve affordable distant university networks; navneet an association of owners of orphanages who see the 21st C orphanage as a community job and apprentice hub; someone representing blecher stands up and says we need a k-12 curriculum of job creating entrepreneurship and a map of twin city capitals that wish to khan-ac that- someone stands up and says me need to unite nearly free nursing college models ///
we can make sure we have at least some people whose main huddle group is recognised as being under one of the 4 pillars of cc - purpose, model, leadership, values
we can get youth to stand up and start linking in every type of change world process- entrepreneur competitions that attract patient investors over times, world best benchmarkers of how to crowdfund, labs for youth to contribute 9 minute lessons to a platform like khanac, how to advance the greatest as yet unactioned dreams- if i understand correctly
1 yunus 1 is cox's bazaar - world trade depends on the triple PORTal- shipping, air, knowledge ilab
2 yunus youth need currencies to stop being the greatest tragedy of the commons - ie you want a currency that never bubbles and slowly goes up with world progress on millennium goals (if that's what world progress is)
in any event if my guesses are wrong about what youth summits need most by having the ongoing open space people can bid in what ssyetm changing projects youth most need to collaboratively network around
moreover what we could also do is invite a virtual section of topics chapters around the world would like discussed next but which we in the dc collaboration couldnt live host in the first session
by linking this in first and most collaboratively hopefully we will search out the collaborative segments across chapters
there's a trick to real open space- enough people taking action notes from each huddle group that before the space closes everyone knows the action ideas of each huddle and has an email correspondent designated for each huddle- that what harrison owen has trained the world' 5000 most careful community developers of open space to linkin…
with assets - in scotland microeconomics was mapped to end english empire; in france entreprenurial revolution literally cut of the heads of the few who sought to monoplise the peoples productive assets
japan 1950-1975 ofered the most miraculous economics models of 20th century not only growing its youth and positive worldwide trade but starting up the whole of asia pacific century 1976-2075
india/bangladesh = from gandhi to microcredit - the greatest end overty system designs investing in the goals of the world's poorest female villagers- focused on advancing their children way beyond poverty
the free university parters of mandela out of s.africa
only 10 nations in mdoern times - with all their resources have created more jobs than alumni of MIT in Boston -nonetheless this network's regional hub has a lot of work to do to create more jobs than are destroyed byeast coast bankers and ad agencies
kenya the origin of 3 amazing innovations- mobile youth microcredit jamii bora; mobile banking mpesa; mobile peacemaking ushahidi
brazil the greatest 21st C implementer of race to overty museums
qatar the most focused investor in educational revolutions in middle east
your nominations welcome firstname.lastname@example.org eg where's the locus of sustainable pro-youth growth in china…
uture diaries of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and friends of the entreprenurial school who define the purpose of economics as: investing in next generation's productivity and exponential rising sustainability out of every community. Since 1976 we have hosted network discussions on how access to million times more co;laboration technology can be designe dso that the net generation celebrates the win-win-win of being the most productive time to be alive everywhere
Top 10 Debating Points EconomicsFrance.com summer 2012 - to chnage these make recommendations to email@example.com
Fresh Start- given that hollande was voted in by France's under 35 and from inauguration had declared the goal of uniting peoples of France around a country where youth has a chnace to advance bproductively beyond what pat generations could do - these are inspiring times. Note however Holandes yes we can youth commitment is in almost evry values sense the same as Obama's on inauguration
Keynes general theory clarified that economics is the system investment tool that determines what futue impacts you want. Obama failed to surround himself with econiomics advisers who were prepared to recognise appalling anti-youth economic system designs that have been spun out of usa at wall street and congress, and out of Europe at EU and every summit of national political leaders. This contention is clarified by this summers book - end the depression now by Krugman as well as all entrepreneurship scenarios first journalised on the chalenges of the net generation integraing a bodrerless world clarified at The Economist between 1976-1984
Hollande shpuld form a new group of trading partners YGN where Y stands for nations whose leaders want pro-youth economics and N can be whatever number Hollande can unite - where he should gove Obama one option to join in this nif again eleted by under 35s
YouthEconomics.com catalogues various youth awards - notably Japan has been the largest economy to succeed over quarter of a century to develop markets subject to moores law efficiency advances in ways that were productive jor Japanese youth and win-win-win for world trade. Holande should checkout whether that remains the Japanese purspoe of economics at the very top level on nationhood.
Frances own jewels in youth economics
one wholly committed corpoarte leader of youth economics partnerships - namely danonecommunities-
home of the european bencmark pro-youth community franchise of financial services designed to end unemployment www.adie.org
the location of the most exciting annual millennium goals summit to 2015 www.convergences2015.org
more progress than any global capital towards a stockmaret whose constituemts value their next generation impacts with win-win-win transparency
France needs to make radical changes to whichever universities are pro-youth and job creation
A strategy for allying MIT - the number 1 job creating alumni network in the world needs to be urgenetly actioned; practice at student entrepreneur competitions is a pre-requisite for developing productive pro-youth partnerships with MIT
France should use mass media to promote discussions on how can mobile and web technology be a gamechanger to each of the 20 biggest local and global markets - eg cashless banking is a gamechanger for any bank with a pro-youth future. France should keep ahead of europe on changes to regulations governing hi-trust finacial services - eg permitting babyloan to match virtual lenders with job creatint entrepreneurs at adie is a case to celebrate
655 youth capitalism curriculum http://normanmacrae.ning.com skype chrismacraedc web trilliondollaraudit.com -father's (Norman Macrae) most famous trillion dollar future surveys of next generation's productivity and exponential sustainability include 1984 healthcare; 1972 net generation's entrepreneurial revolution; 1962 future of japan; 1975 future of asia pacific ; 2008 world banking and world trading triads of bangladesh, china and worldwide youth -if you have difficulties searching these out please tell me
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norman macrae, chris macrae , matthewbishop - matthew bishop and his colleagues and I have been interested since 1988 in every way dismal media and the branding of goodwill has been misvalued to destroy youth's social impacts as older generations accidentally fail to celebrate the net generation's curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution started by my father in The Economist in 1972 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kT9gp7ORiJE
Naila has been mobilising womens and health empowerment since 1996 originally as a co-leader of grameen phone out of bangladesh and Pakistan; these days she is a neighbour of mine and at http://www.women4empowerment.org april 5 sees their second annual free healthcare check for 2000 poor people/families in state of maryland -her expert connections in this include various people at john hopkins; right now she is negotiating a mobile franchise that would empower the poorest hispanic women across americas to connect the most life critical information and support services…
BRI.school ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2025now : Remembering Norman Macrae
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
Map with Belt Road Imagineers :where do you want to partner in sustaining world
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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