s can be demanding and the beyond fair trade design of microfinanced markets owned in trust of the poorest producers
see wholeplanetfoundation anmd danonecommunities for fast tracks into green sb stockmarket
assuming the core purpose of development economiscs is to invesnt in childrens futures, we need to do something about6 the non-trational pricing mechanisms which let carbon intensive agriculture pump waste everywhere with no cost to the originator and with such huge future costs as the extinction of fish; if a world leader in industrial carpets www.interfacesustainability.com can map a 15 year profitable plan twoards a zero carbon footprint, agricultures around the world surely could too
see wholeplanet foundation and danonecommunity model
for lastest evidence of need see cucumber wars across euroepan summer of 2011
for education - see jamie oliver's reality tv competition with the la education authoruity in the cae to end school foods that cause child obesity
for parental infomrmation search list of dirty fruit and vegetables - those which when you were a child were definitely nutritious but which today are a mixed blessing
Exciting Decade Exercise
– ask what sporting or other event is being planned as your nation’s most newsworthy moment in 2010s and who is you country’s leader with the longest viewpoint (eg royals often have more interest in country’s sustainability and youth than politicians elected in short term contests)
then ask how can your country’s greatest youth leader and its most newsworthy moment mix sporting stars and heroes helping with the decades most exciting goals (end poverty; renew clean energy climate water food; give every chance a chance at a productive happy and healthy life etc)
a transparent map of linking into this has been mapped since 2003 as universityofstars
rsvp email@example.com were do practical cases of this exist –eg www.singforhope.org
opportunity wherever a sports top stars or administrators get into a scandal – universityofstars and your nations greatest moment and truest youth leader need to be put in touch ; we aim to trial this before London Olympics 2012…
unications we are the first generation are mediating.
Who's Economics will mediate Post-Industrial Revolution? Can we optimistically learn from whose mediated the industrial revolution? 43 years of researching these questions starts here
The policy of Scot James Wilson who founded The Economist in 1843 was to severely test the biggest decision-makers of the Industrial Revolution ahead of time by mediating 2 valuable aims : end hunger, ending capital abuse of youth. James's success or failure can be assessed from quite an innocent centenary autobiography of The Economist published in 1943-chapter contents include ; The Economist as source of : history, politics, foreign affairs, trade cycles - and practices of money market and stock market.
More recently the first MOOC out of the George Soros ineteconomics. movement for rethinking economics from the ground up claimed to be a contemporary update on James' son-in-law's work on Lombard Street and what English Constitution could transform Victoria from Empiring over slavery to cheering on commonwealth. It was hosted by Professor Mehrling of Columbia University
After being tutored by Keynes, my father championed pro-youth economics at The Economist. This led him to question economics frameworks sponsored by politicians and currencies as a filed that became particularly muddled after world war 2. [http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys archives
What may be both of broadest -and deepest contextual - interest to 2010s students is how my father was tutored by Keynes --and its alignment with world bank jim kim's recent advice to 50000 students of change the world mooc - make the 2 defining social movements of the net generation : ending poverty, massively twinning future capital expos of youth jobs co-creation. We welcome help in compiling The Book of World Record Job Creators of the Net Generation
Explore too that social movements need to transparently map whole value chains to understand what future purpose a sector is exponentially sustaining or destroying
OPEN EDUCATION - THE GREATEST VALUE MULTIPLIER OF NET GENERATION After seeing students test early digital learning networks in 1972, father spent 10 years debating curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution through hundreds of leaders in The Economist. By 1984 he was able to publish a handbook Report to 2025 on how net generation could be most productive and sustainable age out of every global village if biggest decision-makers didn't use politics to block this
Moreover , freedom and happiness would depend on every educator of every child needing to know of Keynes conclusion to his General Theory. More than anyone else elderly economists design what futures are going to be possible out of each place. So who are they being sponsored by in coming up with their grand theories - 99% of the people or 1% of the people. Being an internationalist scot, I read Adam Smith alumni as trying to explore how economics improve next generations lot out of every community. My fathers 40 years of archives shows that after world war a branch of macroeconomics spun around the exact opposite purpose became very powerful. How do you all know in any particular training video which type of economist we are being conditioned by? I hope this question will be resolved in time to celebrate The Economist's 175th anniversary in 2018.
e course in their home country. We will provide the framework and the resources to create a meaningful and effective class that will in turn create capable and engaged entrepreneurs. Around the world, economic growth and inclusive development requires these skilled job creators.
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s out to the most anti-youth decision-makers ever to represent our species just as the greatest communications revolution ever could have compounded borderless freedom and happiness. Help open society networks pick the 100 messiest economics videos that only youthful curiosity can virally resolve for the future good - help identify 100 questions youth virally need to keep asking about future sustainability of communities, and borderless trade and peace
Just as old people monopolies of power (including so-called democratic systems rigged to play on olders fears) have spiraled ever more expensive health and properties have misplayed what milions time more collaboration networking age have done, youth can take charge of mobilising entrepreneurial revolution 7 wonders thinkpad- and select where the can turn the world back to valueing nature, sustaining all communities, multiplying knowhow openly - education and media are 2 main opportunities...
Look at 1 2 what wasteful top-down governments (and professions) have done in last 15 years versus what they could have do
Look at what extractive corporations have done versus what they could have done
Look at what wasteful charities have done
and child health, from personal safety and security to economic and political empowerment.
By putting girls and women at the heart of everything we do, we can stop poverty before it starts. For example, we know that getting girls into school begins a chain reaction of further benefits. Educated women have better maternal health, fewer and healthier children and increased economic opportunities. They are also more likely to send their own children to school.
Our support to girls and women is also based on basic human rights. We believe girls and women have the right to:
have control over their own bodies
have a voice in their community and country
live a life free of the fear of violence
choose who to marry and when
get an education
get a job
choose how they spend the money they earn
To help girls and women to improve their opportunities and give them more control over their lives, we’re:
helping to end early and forced marriage
delaying their first pregnancy by helping 10 million more women to use modern methods of family planning
helping at least 2 million women to deliver their babies safely with skilled midwives, nurses and doctors saving the lives of at least 50,000 women during pregnancy and childbirth
helping 2.3 million women to get jobs and 18 million women to use financial services like bank accounts and insurance
helping 4.5 million women to own and use land by supporting legal reforms to land and inheritance rights
helping over 4.5 million girls to go to primary school and 700,000 girls to go to secondary school by 2014
reducing female genital mutilation by 30% in at least 10 priority countries by 2018
helping to prevent violence against women by supporting 10 million women to access justice through the courts, police and legal assistance, and through a new £25 million research programme into what works to reduce violence
helping to prevent sexual violence against girls and women in conflict by working with the UN and other organisations to increase the ability of other countries’ governments to investigate and prosecute perpetrators of sexual violence and to protect survivors and witnesses
For more detail, read our Strategic Vision for Girls and Women 2011 and see the full reports on what has been achieved in the last 2 years - Strategic vision for girls and women: Two years on and Strategic vision for girls and women: One year on.
Read the latest update to the strategic vision (March 2014)
New livelihoods bring hope for women in SomaliaInnovative soap and jewellery production creates homegrown businesses in the region
Ending violence and transforming women's livesHow UK aid is working to eliminate and prevent all forms of violence against women and girls
From acid victim to activist: Hasina's courageous journeyHow the Acid Survivors Foundation is helping victims of acid attacks in Bangladesh
Ending violence against women in NepalUK aid support provides help for poor and socially marginalised women in rural communities
Rising above the stigma and scars - the story of an acid attack survivor in PakistanHow UK aid is helping acid victims in Pakistan
A time for change: ending female genital mutilationUK aid backs global wave of change to end damaging practice within a generation
Sewing a better future for women in AfghanistanHow small scale artisan embroiderers are becoming effective agents of development
Building bridges to re-connect cut-off communities in PakistanNew bridges replace those destroyed either by the conflict in 2009 or the devastating floods in 2010
Called to be a midwife in northern NigeriaHow a midwifery school is inspiring a new generation of midwives
Helping girls get an educationHow small stipends from UK aid are helping thousands of girls get an education in Pakistan
Pakistan elections: Supporting women to cast their voteBritish aid is helping 100,000 Pakistani women register to vote for the first time - giving them the choice to have their say on who represents them
Pakistan elections: Educating women on their fundamental rightsUK aid supported voter mobilisation programme targeted at women highlights the importance of voting and gets rural women interested in exercising their rights
Dignity and relief after years of sufferingUKaid helps women suffering from obstetric fistula access surgery in Tanzania
MDG 5 - Driving down maternal mortality in NepalNepal is on track for MDG 5. Childbirth is no longer the leading cause of death among women of reproductive age.
A passion for educationHow UK aid is changing lives by getting more girls into school
MDG 2 - Universal primary education in ZambiaThe Government of Zambia has established access and quality of education, especially for girls, as a national priority, even in hard economic times.
MDGs in focus - MDG 3: Promote gender equality and empower womenSmall business loans are empowering women and breathing life into Afghanistan economy
Fighting for women’s rights in NepalEqualities Minister Lynne Featherstone meets the women who are helping their communities
Motorbikes and Midwives: A triple blessingFind out how UKaid is helping Kenyan mothers get access to maternal health care
Girls determined to get an educationHow school bursaries are changing girls' lives in Tanzania
Girls decide: Tackling child marriage and early pregnancy in BangladeshHosna's father was planning for her to get married, but with help from a UK aid funded partner organisation, IPPF, she was able to make an informed decision about her future.
Giving women a choice in MalawiHow UK aid is helping women like Christina to plan their families and escape from poverty
Last night an SMS saved my lifeHow an innovative texting service is helping mothers and babies in Rwanda
Gender violence in PakistanToday marks the end of "16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence" - an awareness raising campaign which runs each year from 25 November, International Day Against Violence Against Women, up to 10 December, International Human Rights Day.
Market women secure a decent trade in GhanaA UK aid funded scheme helps women in a Ghanaian market organise fair taxation
Changing attitudes, fighting abuse in BangladeshEducating both men and women about women's rights helps to reduce domestic abuse
DFID Research: A Small DreamHow one girl's dream of going to school has inspired other young Muslim women
DFID Research: Straight Talking to combat HIV among young African womenA project in Uganda is helping young women talk about their lives with a view to developing a more gender aware approach to HIV prevention
DFID Research: Women and the media in BangladeshResearch carried out by the Pathways of Women’s Empowerment programme in Dhaka has explored how media is affecting the lives of women in Bangladesh
DFID Research: Story telling raises awareness of gender issues in Egypt and the Arab worldThis project shows how exposing young writers to ideas of gender equality had a huge impact on their lives and writings.
DFID Research: Conditional Cash Transfers pilot scheme in rural EgyptResearch conducted for the DFID-funded Pathways of Women's Empowerment Programme has been used to design a feminist Conditional Cash Transfers scheme in Egypt
DFID Research: OBSERVE - Monitoring the application of a new domestic violence law in BrazilBrazil’s Maria da Penha Law was put in place to prevent and combat domestic and family violence against women
Lady health workers saving lives in rural PakistanHow community-based female health workers are preventing the deaths of mothers and babies
Improving maternal health in SomaliaHow UK support is helping Somali women have safer childbirths.
Her own boss: giving hope to the poorest women in BangladeshHow UK support to BRAC is helping the poorest and most vulnerable women improve their lives in rural Bangladesh.
The Dream Team: how health workers reach the remote in IndonesiaThe Indonesian government is working to improve healthcare services to people living in remote islands by sending medical help through professionals and advocates.
Health heroes: Women taking the lead in health in EthiopiaThe UK support to the Global Fund is helping to bring healthcare to the doorstep of rural Ethiopians through the training and deployment of health extension workers.
Education brings hope for Pakistan's childrenHigher education programmes allow children to continue their education.
Tackling violence against women in PakistanUK support to the Acid Survivors Foundation is helping survivors of acid attacks get medical help and legal advice.
Ending violence against girls in schools in Sierra LeoneBritish support to the Girls’ Education Challenge is helping to educate young girls in Sierra Leone.
Changing times: women police officers breaking barriers in PakistanUK support to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is helping the province to improve women’s access to justice and become more responsive to women’s issues.
Female genital mutilation: “My courageous decision to go against tradition”Why a mother in Burkina Faso has decided not to have her daughters cut, thanks to a project supported by UK aid.
"This scholarship will allow me to pursue my dream of becoming a doctor and support my family"How UK aid is improving girls’ lives in Pakistan by helping them gain a higher education and empowering them to pursue careers.
's connections to the world it seems the number 1 rudeness to take a link away (as well as very uneconomic );
unfortunately The Economist has become the latest web to abuse this rule- specifically with its extraordinary audio library hence the note below - while writing I should explain the emergence of a plan- this web is intended to be an Q&A space - please use it that way if you or your peers wish ; increasingly I am making the different design layout of www.erworld.tv more of a content space -ultimately the number 1 populated web for browsing how to empower youth to do good with economics as well as make 2010s their productive decade everywhere
Foundation Norman Macrae (The peoples practice networks of the Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and Entrepreneurial Revolution) welcome collaboration ideas if we are trying to link in the same map -post anywhere on this web ; or email me firstname.lastname@example.org or tel us hotline 1 301 881 1655 or skype /instant message me at chrismacraedc
meet me in washington dc or my frequent visits to boston, paris, london, brussels, dhaa, and any asian country I can linkin after 30 years of researching what asian societies want
one of the things we love to partner is global village sites mapping what your locality wants to open "world trade" source in this knowhow linkin in age where so much value multiplies in use instead of getting consumed up the way 20th C things did
The unacknowledged giant
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Few journalists have had as great an influence-or been proved right so often-as the man who, for 23 years, was the deputy editor of The Economist
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11 June 2011 - Norman Macrae probably Europe's senior economist dies nearing 87 - obits
- The Economist: Unacknowledged Giant -
; British Ambassador to Tokyo: changed the trade & investment links between Britain and Japan
Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future
Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit; The Scotsman - the internet's futurist
The Atlantic - Clive Crook remembers; national review "someone you never knew existed"
India Times - Prophet of Change ; New Statesman "entire career at The Economist" ;
Matt Ridley - death of a great optimist
London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ;
Pot-TEX : a giant of journalism
Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget
5 september 2014 give or take 24 hours
yunus atlanta youth gala 27 september [see below]
and now this 4 hemisphere summit new york 28 -30 sept in usa 52 years into The Economist considering Japan as best for peaceful world trade and worldwide youth:=
every educator NOW needs to pause toask: what happens to a human race who value science fiction more than social fiction-why>
..We Create What We Want. We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. We achieve what we want to achieve. We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not! We believe we can create a poverty-free world. We need to invent ways to change our perspective. We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world. Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental. The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own. Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” Source :http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html.
mediating the worlds favorite viewspaper emerged from moon landing
the internet (from 72) - Games of partners publishing World Record Jobs Creators
Bangladesh (from 1972) www.brac.tv productive livelihoods of girls so destroyed by macroeconomic metrics that became 20th C q3's "disgraceful political chicanery"
China - Norman Macrae 31 Dec 1977 - The Economist
china norman's most valued developing nation from 1978 (see survey below)
-see 2018 updates all gravitated by China's rejuvenetaion dream linking in half a billion lives of nder 30s as a co-leader of millennials race to be the first sustainability generation
- BGBworld.com (livelihood edutech for poorest billion girls and boys) and
- Belt Road Imagineering bri.school
China as number 1 collaboration brand with 20 neighbors or near neighbors to sustain and investment braoinstorming clubs of nations such as BRICS (new development bank) and over 70 nations leaders of BRI including the AIIB new dev bank network
we advise youth to choose a nation that matters most to them and then use the way china benchmarks a win-win world trading route with clusters of neigbhors to see if there are parallels near you;
china is situated in eurasia with 4 main coastal belt NEWS
- northern belt is the arctic circle - to reach that China needs Roads (eg staright libe superrails , tech cables, energy pipes) through russia which directl shares the arctice sea with usa (alaska) canada nordica
-china's and the world's greatest superport traidng routes are on eursaia's east Belt and extreme south east- this is the miraculos post-war region that thanks inintrially to american investment in japan and s.korea but soon the chiense diaspora has taken win-win trades beyond old colonial models- part 1 of this story to 1976 (diaspora off mainland); part 2 1976 to Xi JInping announced BRI mapping from 2013; of course the eurasia east belt has one huge risk zone at moment due to underinvestment in n korean people
-eurasia's south belt is mainly the nations taken over by the British Raj are still struggling to develop to the relative impact they had in 1500
-eurasia's west is the muddle of the med sea and the s-n melange of Eureopan countries, the gulf land bridge to africa (with suez belt)
-landlocked nations many of which now called east europe or post ussr nations need friendships from coastal belt nations which history of coliniisation workd war, cold war and olil war has viciosly spiralled over many oif the same peoples that were home to the great golden rule religions of the 2000 yeras or so before 1500
THE DC SPRING 2018 (BRI) Belt Road Imagineering is now trusted by 70 national leaders as empowering the sustainbility generation- which of these 100 stories can help bankers or educators near you join in to this system for mapping win-win trades aligned to the sustainability goals generation?
2018 BRI Maturity Profile- calling under30s www
out of The Economist learnt first from miracle of japan's post war trading and economic models, which liberated the whole eastern hemisphere and needed to then liberate the whole worldwide net generation - while I still feel a popular way forward links in search for top 10 job creators (Yunus...) alumni network , the attached looks at that happens if we can massively linkin 6 empowerment networks now so that millennials investment and their post 2015 goals for net generation are wholly aligned
6 what soros and kim can empower in the mindset war (eg externalities, or why big brotherdom macroeconomic rules of 85 richest men have more say over future of life than 50% of women) between young professionals and old professionals. Soros and Kim's value chain transfromation agenda are mathematically equivalent to the core open society systems mediation crisis of keynes, adam smith, james wilson and gandhi/einstein, von neumann alumni, and hopefully mandela and gorbachev alumni
5 Asian Pacific Millennials what can be social action learnt from how the japan post world 2 model liberated peoples and today needs to represent the majority of millennials whose population is in east hemisphere
4 what can be social action learnt bottom-up from open society and sustainability economic models of grassroots mothers networking with the least infrastructure (ie out of bangladesh villages, and out of gandhi-montessori ashrams)
3 what be netgen action learnt from the open source models of youth networking with the most ie out of boston and san francisco
2 what can be netgen action learnt out if africa's banking for orphans/slums (then cashless banking, nanocredit) is first to digitalise both inside a nation kenya, and across youth open tech ilabs and linksin with job creating educational processes and curricula eg south africa partners around taddy blecher
1 what can be sustainable investment action learnt from sustaining extreme collaboration innovation partnerships of womens empowerment W4E/F4D - videos 1 2 3
-of course you could choose a top 6 but these 6 fit some diaries i know of thanks to conversations with you:
saturday african diaspora value chain summit out of dc
continuous value chain by young professional out of world bank
september womens empowerment summit new york
september wsie summit new york
frankly I cant find a way to connect all of above to yunus and nobel laureate summits; one way would be if some of us landed in atlanta on september 27 and offered to host informal fringe summit to mid october nobel laureate summit out of cape town; another way is simply to summit around somewhere taddy blecher chooses; welcome views on other ways if any of my data makes sense to you; another way is to empower khan academy type viral social movement and action reporting at all youth economics and open education summits. love to hear your ways at any future time!
best chris macrae -search for world record youth job creators; dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc
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BRI.school ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2025now : Remembering Norman Macrae
how do humans design futures- to be or not t be/ we now know how-a man made system - learn from deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - 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 mot active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow - soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adapability 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 this ning unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning bext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy anf productive lidfe as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between dicover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ulimately 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 solutionsevery poorest village (2/3people still had no acceess to electricity) could action lear person to person- deming engineering whhose goal was zero sedects and alowed thousans od 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 eaxh decade to 2030- that woul b a trillion tmes moore than was needed to kand on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improce race to end poverty- and initially it did but it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complexvested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed th big ge bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate andother stuff that a world trebling in population size drom 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the goog and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only servibg 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 geneartions children parebts grandparents have ubtil 2030 to design new system orbits graviated aoubnd goal 1 and navigatibg 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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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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