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 Entrepreneurual Revolution, a survey started by my father Norman Macrae in The Economiost at the same time as Girdon Moore published Moore's Law hypotheised that if silicon chip power did double every 18 momths until around 2020 their were more compuetre brains than human ones  (ie every silicon chip had the raw process AI of a human brain) G5 makes universal connectivity for all (not just self driving cars but nothing costs too much to download or app between any mobile beings) then we shpould expect be investing education and places so that every community thrives-

that is likely to mean obver a billion jobs renewing communities (because over 90% unequal in 1960s);  a bilion jobs transforaming to renewable;resources in line with natire's climate/extocntion code, billion jobs mainly supporting replication of 30000 microfranchies - bottom up health, food, safety security as we as racing on earth to co-create any positive idea given tech trillion tkiems more powerful than that which man raced to moon with in 1960s


Exponentials multiply- for better of for worse- so we can expect to all win or all lose sustainability goal world trade mapping-this makes 

2020s the most exciting time to be alive- will grandparents and parent invest in youth as rising curency out of every place and win-win trades

as sharing life criotiovcal knowhow webs multgi;pies value in use u nl.kike the age of colonisation and consuming up things 


extract from 2024/2025 report written 1984The 20th C Economist's end poverty deputy editor Norman Macrae's alternative "little sister"/ womens empowermetn" future alternative to macroeconomists', big-low-trust-tech: orwells big brother - full book download here


Changing education

There has been a sea-change in the traditional ages on man. Compared with 1974 our children in 2024 generally go out to paid work (especially computer programming work) much earlier, maybe starting at nine, maybe at twelve, and we do not exploit them. But young adults of twenty-three to forty-five stay at home to play much more than in 1974; it is quite usual today for one parent (probably now generally the father, although sometimes the mother) to stay at home during the period when young children are growing up. And today adults of forty-three to ninety-three go back to school - via computerised learning - much more than they did in 1974.

In most of the rich countries in 2024 children are not allowed to leave school until they pass their Preliminary Exam. About 5 per cent of American children passed their exam last year before their eight birthday, but the median age for passing it in 2024 is ten-and-a-half, and remedial education is generally needed if a child has not passed it by the age of fifteen.

A child who passes his Prelim can decide whether to tale a job at once, and take up the remainder of his twelve years of free schooling later; or he can pass on to secondary schooling forthwith, and start to study for his Higher Diploma.

The mode of learning for the under-twelves is nowadays generally computer-generated. The child sits at home or with a group of friends or (more rarely) in an actual, traditional school building. She or he will be in touch with a computer program that has discovered , during a preliminary assessment, her or his individual learning pattern. The computer will decide what next questions to ask or task to set after each response from each child.

A school teacher assessor, who may live half a world away, will generally have been hired, via the voucher system by the family for each individual child. A good assessor will probably have vouchers to monitor the progress of twenty-five individual children, although some parents prefer to employ groups of assessors - one following the child's progress in emotional balance, one in mathematics, one in civilized living, and so on - and these groups band together in telecommuting schools.

Many communities and districts also have on-the-spot 'uncles' and 'aunts'. They monitor childrens' educational performance by browsing through the TC and also run play groups where they meet and get to know the children personally...

Some of the parents who have temporarily opted out of employment to be a family educator also put up material on the TC s for other parents to consult. Sometimes the advice is given for free, sometimes as a business. It is a business for Joshua Ginsberg. He puts a parents advice newsletter on the TC , usually monthly. Over 300 million people subscribe to it, nowadays at a 5-cent fee per person, or less. Here's an entry from the current newsletter:

"Now that TCs are universal and can access libraries of books, 3-d video, computer programs, you name it, it is clear that the tasks of both the Educator and the Communicator are far more stimulating that ten years ago.

One of my recent lessons with my ten-year-old daughter Julie was in art appreciation. In the standard art appreciation course the TC shows replicas of famous artists' pictures, and a computer asks the pupil to match the artist to the picture. Julie said to the computer that it would be fun to see Constable's Haywain as Picasso might have drawn it. The computer obliged with its interpretation , and then ten more stylised haywains appeared together with the question 'who might have drawn these?'. I believe we are the first to have prompted the TC along this road, but it may now become a standard question when the computer recognises a child with similar learning patterns to Julie's.

It is sometimes said that today's isolated sort of teaching has robbed children of the capacity to play and interact with other children. This is nonsense. We ensure that Julie and her four year old brother Pharon have lots of time to play with children in our neighbourhood . But in work we do prefer to interact with children who are of mutual advantage to Julie and to each other. The computer is an ace teacher, but so are people. You really learn things if you can teach them to someone else. Our computer has helped us to find a group of four including Julie with common interests, who each have expertise in some particular areas to teach the others.

The TC also makes it easier to play games within the family. My parents used to play draughts, halma, then chess with me. They used to try to be nice to me and let me win. This condescending kindness humiliated me, and I always worked frenetically to beat my younger brother (who therefore always lost and dissolved into tears.) Today Julie, Pharon and I play halma together against the graded computer, and Julie and I play it at chess. The computer knows Pharon's standard of play at halma and Julie's and mine at chess. Its default setting is at that level where each of us can win but only if we play at our best. Thus Pharon sometimes wins his halma game while Julie and I are simultaneously losing our chess game, and this rightly gives Pharon a feeling of achievement. When Julie and I have lost at chess, we usually ask the computer to re-rerun the game, stopping at out nmistakes and giving a commentary. As it is a friendly computer it does a marvelous job of consoling us. Last week it told Julie that the world champion actually once made the same mistake as she had done - would she like to see that game?

I intend to devote the next two letters to the subjects I have discussed here , but retailing the best of your suggestions instead of droning on with mine."

While the computer's role in children's education is mainly that of instructor (discovering a child's learning pattern and responding to it) and learning group matcher, its main role in higher education is as a store of knowledge. Although a computer can only know what Man has taught it, it has this huge advantage. No individual man lives or studies long enough to imbibe within himself all the skills and resources that are the product of the millennia of man's quest for knowledge, all the riches and details from man's inheritance of learning passed on from generation to generation. But any computer today can inherit and call up instantly any skill which exists anywhere in the form of a program.

This is why automatically updated databases are today the principal instruments of higher education and academic research. It is difficult for our generation to conceive that only forty years ago our scientists acted as tortoise-like discoverers of knowledge, confined to small and jealous cliques with random and restricted methods of communicating ideas. Down until the 1980s the world has several hundred sepaate cancer research organisations with no central co-ordinating database. 

Norman Macrae

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Macrae: he was an elegant writer of original ideas who delighted in paradoxes

Macrae: he was an elegant writer of original ideas who delighted in paradoxes

In a list of 20th-century British prophets without honour in their own land, the name of Norman Macrae would surely be in the top half dozen. The lack of recognition was particularly odd as Macrae was a journalist, a profession cluttered with self-promoting egos, and his subjects — economics, politics, technology and several more — were standard fare in pubs and Parliaments. There was hardly an aspect of life that was off-limits for him; through his writing he changed many minds and opened even more; most of his ideas were ahead of their time; and he was incapable of writing a dull sentence. And yet, in Britain at least, his achievements went largely unheralded.

The contrast was not lost on Macrae — his articles delighted in paradoxes of every kind — but it was easily explained. In 1949 he joined The Economist, then as now a publication without bylines, and did not leave it until he retired in 1988. Though he went on to write several books and a column in The Sunday Times, as well as becoming an enthusiastic blogger, his finest phrases and most original ideas appeared in The Economist. He was its deputy editor from 1965-88, and though he hoped to become editor he never let frustrated ambition stunt the enormous role he played in the publication’s success. When he joined the paper in 1949, its circulation was roughly 30,000, on a par with The Spectator and the New Statesman. By the time he left, its circulation had grown to more than 300,000, dwarfing the other two. It had indeed become, in Macrae’s words, the “world’s favourite viewspaper”.

Norman Macrae was born in 1923 and went to Mill Hill School in north London. In 1935 he moved with his parents to Moscow, where his father was British Consul. The memories of Stalin’s purges, and of Hitler’s pogroms during another paternal posting, fuelled Macrae’s passionate belief in freedom — just as his experience in the RAF, as a navigator in bombing raids over Germany, later turned him against the waste of war. In 1945 he went up to Corpus Christi, Cambridge, to read economics. He was not impressed (“Much of Cambridge’s intellectual atmosphere then was of subpolytechnic Marxism”), and it was only when he arrived at The Economist that all the pieces fell into place and his life really began.

Despite its anonymity, The Economist was the perfect pulpit for Macrae. It allowed him to roam, geographically as well as intellectually, and it gave him the time to explore big ideas, many of which appeared in the paper’s surveys — the only occasion when authors had a byline.

Perhaps the most remarkable was “Consider Japan” in 1962; long before Westerners realised there might be something to learn from that defeated and hidebound nation, Macrae predicted Japan would become the world’s greatest manufacturer. One reader wrote to the editor urging that, next time Macrae went travelling, he should take a hat with him so the sun wouldn’t addle his brain.

Macrae’s articles were full of such prescience. In 1973, when oil prices quadrupled, he wrote that they would collapse — which they did, just as spectacularly, two years later. When others were extolling the settled borders of the mixed economy in the 1960s and 1970s, he was predicting a global wave of privatisation. In 1983 he forecast the Berlin Wall would come down in Christmas 1989; he was out by just six weeks. He repeatedly disputed the CIA’s analysis of the size and strength of the Soviet economy, and was in due course proved right. And in 1984 he described not just the coming of the internet but also the effects it would have on how people would work and where:

“Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge ... There will be cheap terminals around everywhere ... [which] will be used to access databases anywhere in the world, and will become the brainworker’s mobile place of work.”

One of the abiding temptations of futurologists is to predict what they wish for, and Macrae sometimes did just that. He had a deep distrust of politicians and officialdom, so naturally favoured a small state. Hence his words, describing a book he wrote in 1984 called The 2024 Report: “The main event of 1990-2010 was that the world’s 60-year spasm of big government disappeared. We stopped letting politicians spend the absurd 45 per cent of GNP in countries like Britain ... and we all came down to more like the 10 per cent of GNP spent through government in America in 1929.”

That was one of Macrae’s blind spots. The other was most obvious in the 1970s, when he urged the Heath Government on to bigger and bigger fiscal deficits in pursuit of faster growth and lower unemployment. It was one of the few occasions where his thinking was behind events. It took him some years to shed such crude Keynesianism and come to accept that his supply-side crusades were the surer path to faster growth.

Macrae was the most generous of colleagues, a much loved figure who in private struggled to string words into a half coherent sentence — until he picked up his pen. He was also an effective public speaker who for years delighted American audiences with his unique mix of eccentricity and brilliance. He was honoured by the Japanese with the Order of the Rising Sun in 1988. Perhaps that finally stirred the men in Whitehall, as he was appointed CBE later that year.

Macrae had a long and happy marriage to Janet Kemp, who died in 1994. They had a son and a daughter, who died in 1989 when she was 34. It needed a man of great resilience to take such blows, but nobody who knew Macrae could ever doubt that his was indeed a big heart............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Norman Macrae, CBE, journalist, was born on September 10, 1923. He died on June 11, 2010, aged 86


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A British economist, journalist and author, considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society. These forecasts mapped back to system designs mediated so that readers and entrepreneurial networks could exponentially calibrate shared alternative scenarios. He joined The Economist in 1949 and retired as its deputy chief editor in 1988. He foresaw the Pacific century, the reversal of nationalization of enterprises, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the spread of the internet, which were all published in the newspaper during his time there. Not to get bored, his first ten years in retirement produced the biography of Johnny Von Neumann (the mathematical father of computers and networks), a column for the UK Sunday Times, and a 'Heresy Column' for Fortune. He was the father of mathematician, marketing commentator, and author Chris Macrae. Their joint future history on death of distance in 1984 forecast that 2005-2015 would be humanity's most critical decade irreversibly impacting sustainability. In 1984, he wrote "The 2024 Report: a future history of the next 40 years". It was the first book to: provide readers with a brainstorming journey of what people in an internetworking world might do, and predict that a new economy would emerge with revolutionary new productivity and social benefits enjoyed by all who interacted in a net-connected world. In this book, he wrote: "Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be miniaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984." 
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. - join us in creating AI for people at twitter: my father Norman Macrae started hosting 100 AI (Artificial Intelligence) debates 60 years ago first 3 debates on humanising tech: 1) what if everyone had a pocket calculator; 2) if man can get to moon with new tech, is any mission impossible,3)  if gorrdon moore is correct that electronic engineers will deliver trillion timkes moore silicon chip capaioty by 2030 (100 fpld each decade) what are humans greatest gpals to make sure we have used the tech for? here's a rough chronology of what happened as far as our diaries at the Economist and elsewhere shopw- please tell us what we have miossed and how can we turn debates of whats possible with ai into a curriculum every teacher and girl of evgery age joins in- we use rough dating system inspired by moore BG before 1970s; 0G 1970s; 1G 1980s; 2G1990s; 3G 2000s; 4G 2010s;  5G2020s -compare the world record jobsand richest  leadership learning curves wrj Maso Son; wrj jeff bezos

1962 PG1 what if everyone had a pocket calculator

0G work between 1972-1976 at uk national development cehtre of computer based learning concluded any nation that did not put 1% of its budget into oipen sourcing online learning starting with maths practice would seriously disadvantage its youth

by 1G 1984 our book the 2025 report concluded need for sea change in education in which everyone is valued as lifelong learner teacher and ai teacher training contributor 

AI as super statistician- map back what big data and AI can do that humans could never do with slide rulers and logs - 1984 our dreams frorv 2010s included all cancer charities converging their data so ai could analyse patterns at far more details than ever before relevant to cutsomised intyerventions- remember the maths finding of einsteain- when man says his science cannot innovate anything more what he means is he cant discover thigs until he models at a more micro level of dynamics than it has previously possibe

what we got from 4G decade of 2010s: today ai can decision make live on big data for vested interest clients of the world's largest chatbox facebook -extreme nationalism and within that racism are typical vested interests and ironically while obama was the first president to stream live with facebook it seems that facebook grew fastest by selling mostrly to hoghest bidders for its data

from start of 2G decade, around 1990 personal computer netwirking turned multinational corporations into globa- previoulsy every quarter decision-making was made by national leadership teams now by reduing the metric to how much money did we make a global board took over- americans shouldnt blam the chiense for taking ovger manufactiring jobs- the glpbal accou8tning constultants americas global companies used computed labor cots sad redesigned work flows- as john mackey says the big issue - eacg market lost sense of pirpose beyind money making- if you are in a global phrma comapy is ypour forst duty health or money making- if yoi are in food is your first duty nutrotion or mpoey making? - the computer doesnt6 ask about purpose it mines the dt for the goal its been programmed to execute 

understanding intergenerational exponentials versus the shortest term persuasion metrics- whats true media and trust verus fake media acon controling people be fear and negtaove emotions 


 PG2 if we can race to the moon with new tech what cant we doPG3 if moores law is correct what will do with 100 tiems moore tech each decade to 2030 when we have trillion times moore than needed to race to moom when 20 most powerful leaders meet -  do they understand how to debate AI       
 1990 PG12G1 how to help every millennial team up as nstatistically confindent not to be trapped by fake news and vested interest groups- note there is no need for everyone in a ilennial team to be a great statistician of tech wizard - we needed to design connections bteween people in commuity trusted mpost with the wizard of tech and whats the stats humanly for         

x- example of how big western internet companies use big data ai on 2019 - is this the best we humans can get?

  1. axios summary explains big western internet companies do with your data : "a new capitalism , created by tech behemoths dominate Silicon Valley.: subject of "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power," book by Shoshana Zuboff,

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  1. Over 20 years of occasional visits to Brookings in DC, these 3 upcoming events may be most important. How can public policy keep up with technological change? via @BrookingsInst

  2. I am a statistician : prefer maps to numbers. I've worked on markets in 50 countries. In 49 people see where things need transporting worldwide, over 90% by boat/train. Americans dont seem to.. I hope bezos does even if doesnt fit amazon's current model.

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Do you know womens most valuable lesson from 20th century? Diary : 2019 Sustainability - March 2019 UN report on DC; Spring 2019 100 nations map BRI; June 2019 Luxembourg AIIB; July Japan G20 -- 1 2
Discussions- how to change education to 
value youth? what if 80% of under 30s livelihoods depend on sustainability gaols that USA and EU are never going to lead?

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 1000-1500 the last time west and east sustained win-win trades

MARCO POLO - how east=west traded win-wins - huge relay across Eusraia continent and seas : med , gulf and china' spices and artistic silks (valued around artisan designs) as curencies apprecating further you traded them; economis correlated with population sizes:  one quarter mainly china around East Coastal Belt; one quarter mainly India around South Coastal belt; Chinese leaders intersted in cinsciiusness knowhow that transfred from india and nepal through china to japoan- with local translations by time it reached jaon it became zen; med sea thriving diversity of trade between europe afrrica and asian nations and gateway to silk road; italians wealthies traders learnt to love investing in the arts from china 

SAINT FRANCIS - of all the european networks francis was valued most wherever his misisonary networks went- not so much for strict6 religious worship but becaujse of 3 goals: live and learn with poorest; males value nature; female clares network build last mile helath service particularly for mothers and infant care 

1500-1946 the mercantile-colonisation era whose conflicts climaxed with 2 world wars 2 navigation sicoveries - new world to west of europe, possibility to circumnavigate africa and reach south eurasian coast depended on big ships of war with press-ganged or enslaved crews as journey so long and dangerous- captains needed to dictate trade on arrival and soon it was easier to colponise places- the british against other n eurepans mainly won the battle to do this in south asia - over time colonisation reduced india's quarter of the old world economy to about a twentieth , and later around 1860 China chose to close itself down to worlkd trade for 100 hyeras rather than acceot the British proposition that it accept iopium as curency for trading china's sort after spice, silk and pottery


Lessons Scot Adam Smith 1748-1776 was the furst to clearlypiblish/ map why colonisation was an evil - he also criy=ticised education systems designed around the empire bureaucratic values.Fortunately Ameruica freed itself from colonisation but not so Asia. Indeed as Britain became first to pionner industial age of steam engines the opportunity for a big empire to extract ever more from colonies multiplied Modern innovations of railways, gas, electricity, utilities including telecokm used in Empire's home nations but not in colonies accept where adminstratirs ruled from

Ultimately colonisation was the root cause of the world wars and well as how about 8 major economies had developed by the 1930s.

Gandhi, Through the second part of his 80 year life circa 1860s to 1947 came ti the frealistaion that his progfession Britiesh Empire law was the system trapping his peioples in poverty. He sought to completely redesign vocationl aeducation before chalenging Britian head on for Independence. His Tolstoy Farm in south africa built a sort of early teen agricultural colege where families could also live and work which renewed the ashram model when he retirned to India. In India Marao Montessori helped gandhi designe vilage schools 

Keynes (last chapter general thoery of employment money and interest) also built on Adam's logics and sought to require the economic profession to do no harm by making 2 goals the hioppocrativh oath lof sus=ystem design - end poverty and design communities so families can see their yoyth's ways forward to better livelihoods. 

1-10 times more tech (than 1946) the era of racing to the moon 

The world war had avanced technogies of nuclear and potentially of computing. Von Neumman spent as much time a he could on computing having gtidied up nuclear sceince to keep Americ in the lead os this 

At the conclusion of world war 2,Britain had sued up its finaces and hurredly withdrew from colonies leaving behind chaotic borders it had often used to contain separated faiths (ie not mapped to help the newly independnet nations connect ppositive world gtrade flows). USA did help the defetaed Germans and Japanese reboot (both actually had world class enginners).  British and other ex-euopean colonies got little assiciance in enginnering and relvant sklls,  

Japan became the great hiop for leading world tgrade ebyond colonial hemisphere divisions and through win-wins. Its already great engineerrs were coached by deming- they advanced engine quality, cilvil engineering eg bullet trains and logistics tools fro container ports, and microedlectronics. 

It needed both Japans microelectronics and vion eunammns computers to e]able JFK to set the greatest national cooperation gaol ever - get to the moon in udner a decade. Meanwheile sought after Eastern Engibeering spoeread in rpoduction terms to skouth korea and in shipping suoerports through the chiense diapora locations of tai wan , knowg kong and singapore,  

 1000-2000 times more tech for

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 250-1000 times more tech ie 2002-20161968-88 from moon race to www 10-64 times moore tech 1988-2002 64 to 250 moore  



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The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone), a world-class free zone and trade hub along the banks of the newly expanded canal, is now regarded as a great connection to China's Belt and Road Initiative. 

Jushi Egypt For Fiberglass Industry S.A.E (Jushi Egypt), located in the China-Egypt Suez Economic and Trade Cooperation Zone, has been regarded as one of the most successful examples of industrial cooperation between the two countries.

Editor’s note: The island nation of Cyprus is located at the junction of three continents: Europe, Asia and Africa. China has proposed the Belt and Road Initiative, aiming to build trade and infrastructure networks connecting these continents. With the help of the initiative, trade and cooperation between Cyprus and China has steadily developed through the years.

2018-01-22 14:31 GMT+8

News of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), part of the Belt and Road, was received well by Pakistani residents, as shared by the country's former ambassador to China and the United States Akram Zaki to CGTN.

2017-11-24 23:30 GMT+8

Despite significant accomplishments, the Belt and Road Initiative still faces challenges – from security to geopolitical changes. As an active participant in the Initiative, Pakistan already sees benefits from the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is under construction.

2017-11-25 10:09 GMT+8

In a small centuries-old monastery hidden in downtown Kathmandu, Professor Naresh Man is working on the ritual for the morning chant. 

2017-11-23 22:28 GMT+8

In the suburbs of Kathmandu lies Patan Hospital. As one of the top three hospitals in the city, patients wait in long lines to see their doctors.

2017-11-23 22:05 GMT+8

According to Nepali tradition, friends and relatives are expected to throw a pregnancy party for expectant mothers.

2017-11-23 09:30 GMT+8

In Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, morning always arrives earlier than any other place in the world. Most people here get up at around 5 am. 

2017-11-21 17:35 GMT+8

Wang Shengyi is a 29-year-old Chinese who has been teaching in Pakistan for three months. She comes from Xi’an in central China, where the world-famous ancient Silk Road started. 

2017-11-21 18:15 GMT+8

Dayaidhi Khatiwada is a local courier working for a Chinese express delivery company in Nepal. He used to be a waiter at a restaurant in Qatar. But now, the highly demanding job of being a courier has given him an opportunity to stay at home and earn a better salary.

2017-11-22 22:31 GMT+8

Adeel Shahzad is one of the 18,000 local workers at Karot Hydropower Station construction site in northern Pakistan.

2017-11-21 11:22 GMT+8

Chinese and African cooperation in the agriculture sector has increased significantly over the past decade. What have been the biggest achievements and what new impetus could China’s Belt and Road Initiative bring to Africa? CGTN reporter Zou Yun talked to Dr. Agnes Kalibata, president of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa and Rwanda’s former Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources.

2017-11-21 22:29 GMT+8

Running over the Himalayas and all the way to Hong Kong, a length of optical fiber is changing locals’ daily lives in Nepal. 

2017-11-20 20:36 GMT+8

Why do we value China's President Jinping as top 2 jobs creator of sustainability generation? Its not just that his most urgent promise to his people is to end poverty- 

between age 16-22 he lived in a poor village; his alumni networks were then shaped at the greatest servant leader university Tsinghua ; he's been publishing searched for ending poverty since 1988 - see book out of poverty....................................... 

E1 Xi Jinping: 3.5 billion youth's dreams and livelihoods and our species 17 greatest ever goals linkin with maps and human connectivity Xi shares across all the worlds belt roads

In 2018 over 65national leaders are partnering jinping in mapping a world ofx sustainability investment projects - can you help us develop Belt Roadmapping as quiz for 5th grade teachers everywhere x

Imagine drawing world trade routse between all the world's communities: where do rails and ports needc updrading; where can water and green pipes go alongside rails; which are the new boders bridged: cultiral and youth celebartyions, educational opportunities; how do we make sure 21st is designed to sustain youth and families everywhere in ways 20th c lack of communications tech could never dream of

Dear China, About those Solar Tariffs...

January 26, 2018

by Sarah Ladislaw


This week the Trump administration took a decision to raise tariffs on solar cells and modules imported into the United States. The decision was based on a complaint brought under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974. As was discussed in a recent Energy 360 podcast on the topic, make no mistake, this was not a finding that China had conducted unfair trade practices; rather, it was pure protectionism intended for a very narrow domestic constituency


W1 pope francis represnts the culture that has inspired the world's greateast health servants jim kim  (paul farmer). Franciscans value the greatest professionals as those who live with the poores and prefentially app tech


Power outages in Pakistan are expected to drop in the next five years as the country's new Karot Hydropower Project, the first project of the Silk Road Fund initiated by Chinese President Xi Jinping, connects to the energy grid. 

2017-11-20 20:58 GMT+8

Tien Giang Province, known as The Rice Bowl of Vietnam, is located in the northeast of the Mekong Delta and packed with floating houses and fish farms. 

2017-11-10 15:53 GMT+8

Thinking of connectivity under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the first things that come to mind are likely rail or air -- but not necessarily road logistics.

2017-05-19 18:19 GMT+8

The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative is a project aimed to strengthen interconnectivity in the areas of policy, infrastructure, trade, finance and non-governmental exchanges with the goal of bringing benefits to all.

2017-09-02 15:16 GMT+8

The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), viewed as a new form of globalization based on the idea of connectivity, inclusiveness, and win-win cooperation, has been at the center stage of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC). 

2017-10-29 15:30 GMT+8

Guest commentary by Clare Pearson

2017-05-19 11:43 GMT+8

Guest commentary by Hannah Ryder

2017-05-18 13:19 GMT+8

By CGTN’s Martina Fuchs‍

2017-05-18 17:00 GMT+8

By CGTN’s Martina Fuchs‍

2017-05-18 16:05 GMT+8

By CGTN’s Joseph Catanzaro, Cao Xi

2017-05-18 14:44 GMT+8

The high-profile Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation concluded in Beijing on Monday. A large number of deals were signed and a joint communique was released, seeking an open and prosperous world economy. China's Foreign Ministry said the fruitful outcome of the forum and its deals are far-reaching.

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E2 Bangladesh's Sir Fazle Abed - 46 years and counting as world's number 1 developer of girls livelihhoods

The Point with LIU Xin

CGTN1 / 462
01/25/2018: Blockchain

W2 Guterres - its guterres jobs to unite world citiznes startring at boder crises points all over the world - he and joininping will share mapping data very closely so girls lift up half the sky


 E3 Jack Ma:

E3 Jack Ma: TECH chnasges every opp and risk of world citizens-  from Fintech to Healthtech to Edutech to Govtech:  Jack Ma no techologist values youth globalisation more -its still a baby- lets grow it joyfully- until jack cam along the hi-tech hi-trust  idea of big data small apps wasnt discussed among world leaders

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Jack Ma says only by changing education can your children compete with machines
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 In an exclusive report by Andrew Quentson at Coin Journal – Ant Financial, the online payments affiliate of Alibaba and the world’s second most valuable private technology company with a market cap of more than $60 billion, have announced they are rolling out Blockchain technology for payments.

The technology will be first applied to Alipay’s donation platform to improve transparency and provide a trust mechanism with each payment and spending of donations recorded on the Blockchain.

Ant Financial and the Microfinance Management arm of China’s Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), China’s largest and most influential non-governmental organization that specializes in poverty alleviation, have reached a strategic co-operation agreement to expand a model that takes targeted measures to help people lift themselves out of poverty with the aid of the internet and now blockchain tech to more than 300 national and provincial counties within three years.

 leapfrogtv,news - celebrate:

alipay & ant financial bkash mpesa microsolar - rsvp 

W3 Trudeau (macron) Prodi - nobody on the american continent has celebrate jack ma's ideas with more youthful joy - see


E4 Sheikha Moza   & W Thorning-Schmidt

chinawise 2017 delegates china


Over the past 18 months WISE has taken its message to Tunis, Beijing, and Madrid. With the success of these regional forums, WISE announced it will travel to Ghana in May 2018 to team up with WISE Prize for Education Laureate, Dr Patrick Awuah, for WISE@Accra.
WISE will also participate in New York for WISE@UNGA in September, and in March 2019 for WISE@Paris, before returning to Doha in November for WISE 2019.
Pictured from WISE 2017: Young delegates and their teachers engaged with 'The Litttle Engineer' Experiential Learning Lab in the WISE Majlis.

WISE hosts third workshop on strengthening the global 'education ecosystem'

In a pre-summit program, WISE hosted over 80 key education stakeholders for a day-long working session to discuss how to strengthen a global education ecosystem to foster a learning and sharing infrastructure to advance learning outcomes and achieve universal quality education (UN SDG 4). The session was the third gathering on this topic held by the Global Education Ecosystem informal working group created in follow-up to the Education Commission’s Learning Generation Report, and co-led by Teach For All, Center for Global Education (CGE) at the Asia Society, the Center for Universal Education (CUE) at the Brookings Institution, Results for Development, the Boston Consulting Group, and WISE.

Matterfund partners with WISE to launch a visual atlas for global educators

Matterfund has partnered with WISE to launch a new visual atlas for education development. Profiling over 300 organizations globally, the living atlas shows initiatives working toward the UN Sustainable Development Goal for universal quality education.
Matterfund enables initiatives to showcase their best work, attract partners, connect to
funding opportunities, and follow compelling projects and publications in education development. The atlas will continue to grow as Matterfund works alongside WISE, NGOs and regional leaders. Initiatives can register to claim their profiles and showcase their work.

Brookings Institution features WISE as one of its 'Innovation Spotters'

WISE House - Villa 7 & 8
Qatar Foundation - Education City
P.O. Box 5825
Doha, Qatar
join the survey of why education is the 21st C economy here - example of how wise and qatar foundation see this from education above all (co-partner with the UN academic impact hubs)

 w4 tim berners lee mit open everything linux negrpronte


E10 hujiang fu - china an dmaybe the world's only education unicorn?

W5 Harrison owen mwheatley dounder special olympics gunter pauli


E8 pres tsinghua  qiu yong  (china’s hubs unicorn) now that there are 5 milion startups a year

W6 Quadirs  - picard legatum abdul latif polak


E5Moon Jae-in

W7 elon musk


E6 Mahbubani  & Modi

W8 Kissinger albright


E7 President Ghana (education un eminent 15)- most truisyed leader of youth africa

E32 Patrick Awuah, ashesi  (belcher Mandela extranet)

E49 rwanda's kagame has been african leaders number 1 cheerleader of youth entrepreneur compoetitions for over a decade including a format co-tested at world bank hq - this has enabled him to position rwanda as african epicentre of or partners in health (founders jim kim paul farmer ophelia dahl) last miile health servant training and emergency support networks (much in demand for ending ebola) ; he co-staged E3 jack ma's first visit to africa in 2017, and can help expand youth entrepreneur networking now that he chairs the african union 


W9 bezos


E9 modi - firts businessman president of India- 2018 is most critical year of sino-india beltroadtech .. E9.1 Nilekani? Modi kalam singh

E11 Softbank founder – genron leader – gov Tokyo  - founder genron ; governor tokyo

W10 Soros or prince charles – sir danny lord stern

  E31 Varela Panama W11 Erna Solberg Tw

Liu He

Prof michael Spence


Wef ai – kai-fu lee sinovation ventures

Try iteratively utilitarian uses is china vision –bat vs fag – larger gets larger more data loop continues – so sinovation tries to add new competition to big 3 (everyone now trying to package as ai company this problem novice will lose short) 2018 year of successes and bubbles in ai

Icos are a big problem

First isn’t it save non-hackable- 2nd whose data is it (china starts with utalitsarin over privacy)


Uk leads in protection – could also use blockchain- but protection slows down innovation


Ai makes it essential we change education frequencies  - ai teacer trainers – change education- change work ethic – jobs of compassion;



E13 yunus Hirsch danoce 2 and hec1

dahl? Mcormack?

Senna? Larry brilliant? Skoll? Schwab? summits


E26 Maharishi

E27 Amma

E28 Jagdsih Gandhi family

Founder special Olympics thorkile sonee monica yunus


E19 foubnder cheung uni

wilaims freling


E12 Pony ma ten cent

Larouche family


Jd founder

(prince charles)


E16 Baidu

Sir danny and stern and head aiib


E14 Xiaomi

Richard liu jd

Cullture entrepfounder c100


James liang ctrip

Also interested chinas demographics youth jianzhang

Talent pool same dlar amount r&d bit 3 timnes less cost by=ut as msart youth- downside can be in 20 years time

Khan academy

Dounder bridges intl


E16 Zheng Hue green

Dounder corwall tourism


E17 Who at wen

Gordon dryden


E18 Founder chian hubs and ent suburb

Prof micheal Spence


E30 Founders ushahidi ihum jamii bora mpesa wangaari maathai predint Ghana eminent 15

W96 ray anderson


E31 Taddy Blecher

Current president Indonesia

Current president Tanzania


W99 Smith keynes wilson bagehot marx



Larouche/EIR map




These are the most exciting times to be alive- the knowhow and investments of three generations (grandparents, parents, half world under 30 ) are determining the sustainability of the human race- there is so much work to be done now- not in a decade's time, that will be way too late

what we need to do is look at whole markets - energy, health care, education ... - as if they are jigsaws- we know how these were globally designed during the carbonised industrial age, what could they look like in an age where we have to start all over again with clean energy but can give youth the adavantage of thousands of times more computing and communications tech than we had at the end of world war 2

Its a fact that if you want to design beautiful new jigsaw pieces you will gain hugely from makimg friends with eastern youth - from 1946 successful places and generations in the east had to innovate things that the age of western industrial empires had not.

Take one beautuiful example- in bangladesh from 1972 they worked

on the jigsaw of bottom-up health services; start with the idea that health services

have say 20 different parts - 2 of which are very expensive: surgery and the world's newest pharma drug; 

brac in bangladesh started assembling all the other parts - one quarter of infants' lives could be saved by mothers learning oral rehydration; in fact brac and collaboration partners put so many last mile health servant pieces together that they raised the average living age from the low 30s to the 60s by 1996; you should note that brac networked mothers in rural villages without electricity so none of the most expensive western health services were applicable anyhow; 

since 1996 microsolar and  mobile phones have started bringing new possibilities to upgrade the brac village health care system - but the first lesson is that bangladesh grew a 150 million person nation from poorest in the world with a health service that cost 10 times less of a place's budget than rich nations health services ; in the process it created local jobs, it broke through generations of illiteracy -and brains that were underdeveloped due to lack of nutrition-  empowered girl leadership of community services in such a way that bangladesh is now also one of the most innovative creators of digital solutions;

brac owns the largest cashless banking system in the world

so that it can invest in girls ending poverty and leading collaboration around many of sustainability goals deepest experiments 


the second lesson is that everyone linked in by brac from its poorest women 

customers to the village communites they serve to expert professionals including financiers loves learning by doing in the contexts that locally exist; brac's education system is in some ways as remarkable as its health service; its not just 10 times more economic, it delivers intergenerational progress that no classroom only based education systemn ever could - brain science shows that from just before adolescence we are made to experimentally learn .. that at least is how bangladesh girls dreams lifted up way more than half the sky in regenerating the places the industrial age most excluded  

greater bay

watch out for the greater bay area - ie shenzhen-hong kong - joint research interests such as blochchain

cross-straits: similarly cgtn clarified today that investments between taiwan businessmen and china get bigger and bigger - don't let the political noise blind you to how much woirld critical innovation stimulated by china-taiwan (unifying economy-tech)

sri lanka national leaders in beijing celebrating 60 years of relationsips with china( (to do find history of friendhip realtionship with china); china says sri lanka can have pivotal role in belt road:
see why from map particularly zone 2 and 7,  8, 0,1
note investments in sri lanka as superport and associated business parks and priotity trading twin zones' what can other island nations benchmark from sri lanka


current bilaterals

this week philippines leader  President Duterte ( visited Japan's ( ) newly re-elected President Abe- Japan to invest 8.5 bn in helping develop 31/10 cgtn manilla metro system and phillipines to help develop peaceful approaches. Trump isnt attending all of Asean but likely will ctach up with Abe & Duterte ..China and US prepare for trump visit to beijing (note asean development bank ostensibleyled by japan is based in manilla); indian conceived new development bank is based in shanghai; aiib is based in beijong; all of these new banks showcase projects majority of world's people want demonstarted but which western aid wouldnt finance

tech clarification cgtb china 24 10/30
government ban of tools for private launch of cryptocurrenceis not to be confused with intense social research on blockchains - also like likelihood gov will launch cryptocurrencies to support belt road partnership projects

see also first year of green finance research here  - more at

More on asean
spaces  jargon Asean plus 3

Footnote context Lim Tai Wei - Note phillipines has ben fastest growing economy inasea and for thes reasons needs upgrading of infrastructure including its fll0d proofing; note recent victory over islamic rebels component of complesx character of Duterte as is his aggressive war on drugs networks
duterte likely to meet trump on his upcoming trip to Asia
rong ying: asean summit 2017 50th anniversary

is abe aiming to revive TTP after US withdrawal -consider also RCP

Problem of Myanmar leadership regarding refugee crisis and border relationship with Bangladesh
north korea

Sunday, October 29, 2017

  1. Marios Maratheftis explains the scale of China's Belt & Road Initiative

    • 2 weeks ago
    For more on China's Belt and Road initiative and its role in global trade, CGTN's Paul Barber spoke to Marios Maratheftis, chief ...

  3. CGTN's reporter Zou Yun explores the Belt and Road Forum

    • 5 months ago
    Some insights from CGTN's talented young chief correspondent who holds an MBA from the University of Cambridge? It's time to ...

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Entrepreneurial Revolution's 50th annual celebration for ending poverty goes to china-why?
Together Belt Road infrastructures and ecommerce end the 2 main systemic causes of poverty: 
  • non-transparent value chain
  • being disconnected from trade routes 

good news; this is win-win-win model, the more who benchmark it the more poverty ends all around world; better news

china will soon have 700 million middle class (half young) - they are being celebrated where they demand brands who clarify how they sustain whole value chain 

Why Americans should want Trump & Jinping to be world's best friends

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We invite searchers of World Record Job Creation (WRJC) to join us online at a few dozen websites designed for peoples to explore and connect purposes they want to value markets around. We began searching with 2 main languages English and Chinese but look forward to translation ideas

To enjoy being an alumni of WRJC, you will need to bring curiosity, young-at-heart spirit, and optimism in translating languages, cultures and social innovation at deep community levels which historically women have valued sustaining more than men


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Pakistan National motorway m4





Indonesia slum upgrading





Pakistan tarbela hydropower extension





Myanmar myingyan power plant





Oman preparing railway to link superport





Oman duqm port and science park





Azerbaijan Anatolian hna gas pipeline





Indonesia Reg Inv Proj1





Indpnesia Dam op improvement





Bangaldesh  natural gas imnfrastructue










Georgia batumi road





India power for all





Indis infrastructure fund





Najikstann Nrek hydro power





India Gufarat rural roads







april beijing 2017 -Prodi week-
why med sea is top 10
on One Belt One Road 

Malta Approves National Strategy  Embrace Bitcoin

1 EWTP SME e-trade platform & rules worldwide 

 2 Capacity building & certification inclusion SME in Global Value Chains

3 SME access bank finance & other funding 


4 Reduce regulatory costs to SMEs ; include in public procurement by digitalisation of gov processes 5 Value how youth can linkin sme to unite sustainability goals 

online library of norman macrae--

welcome to unders 30s league table of - where to collaborate with to sustain the world and earn decent livo0tes welcome   1 Bravo China and tao alumni everywhere . Less than half a century ago a quarter of the world's people decided hiding behind a wall stopped them from worldwide communications with other great entrepreneurs. Today Beijing's rejuvenation of China and allplaces East (eg one belt one road) is ponying up to the responsibility of designing quarter billion brilliant girls livelihoods by 2030- china realises that most sustainability goals are youth collaboration (open education, society. wizard tech) goals; eg chinese women under 30 cant cure the world's climate or health service crises on their own but if global youth friend and translate with them: yes youth and Industrial Revolution 4 can . why else would humans be spending over 1000 times more on communications tech now than in 1946?2 Dhaka empowered bangladeshi (and the world's) poorest village girls to be the greatest social networkers the world has ever seen TWICE - from 1972 for real out of 60 person vilage hubs with no electricity and no telecoms; from 1996 at start of Industrial Revolution 3- universal access to mobile text and talk news update bangladesh have just succeeded in 2012's boldest 5 year plan - building the developing world's largest cashless bank owned by and run for the poorest

3 Hangzhou

epicentre of mapping back I$ - blockchains of small enterprsie markets once smart phones are universally accessible- promoted by China as epucentre of all colaboration invitation ofG20 leaders to youth uniting 17 sustainability goals 

 4 Glasgow (london) epicentre of commission to change schools before half of youth are unemplyable; affordable training on english as a world service language5 baltimore-dc - baltiimore is the conscious epicentre of usa- its where 2 black girls in 1870s established case law that girls and blacks are people not belongings- recently such greats as pope francis and jim kim have praised almost one ad half centuries on conscious inner city development perhaps best knwn as black future goals of thurgood marshall; when millions of girls spend quarter of a billion dolars marching on dc its a pity not to action your wish with baltimores collaboration hub           
Entrepreneurial Revolution - started 1972 by The Economist's Keynsian as the 40 year competition on who would most sustain the first net generation-
celebrates the biggest winners: China (, and end-poverty special prize Bangladesh. Biggest loser Washington Consensus and the "haggard infertoile grandmother economy" of the EU.
Once American youth have freed themselves from Washington consensus can Baltimore help the Leonsis view that MD-DC region can yet be one of the collaboraion superplaces of 2030now? 


#BAtech Thanks Baltimore for Designing 5 cores of job creating supercity

when Pope Francis first told friends in Baltimore that the world would cheer progress towards a city em;powering youth to create jobs, we didnt foresee Baltimore needing to be the stimulus for the whole suoercity region =: Baltimore-DC - but in 2017 we're happy to invite any city tobenchmark 5 essential design spaces..................................................................................................

Nation's origin of social justice- 1881 saw 4 black girls thrown off a balitimore cruise liner- byu winning their legal case they inveted in communities and colege whose alumn include Thurgood Marshall -what can you trade with liberty's graeest american space now! -more.2 Baltimore's inner city has 1000 times cheaper property than silicon valley= conscious proiperty deve,lopers ask hopw tpo build the east coast's Industrial Revolution 4 garages and our poorest citizens family homes -more 
.3 DC's gfreatest development experts ad funds dont contribute to baltimore- let's invite every goal 11 international dev city top co-create with baltimore until even DC wants to action learn with us -more..
4 imagine if undergrduate students only had to pay $100 for theoretical course content bur could spond their time linking in the G20 greatest colaboirations the way China G20 invited youth to do - next stope fransiscan POP & PYP solution argentina 2018 and idia style coding solutions G20 2019 -more.5 as hosts to The Games of World Record Jobs Creation- we'll happily prove our youth have a hunger to contributing to alumni of every world record job creator
world1.jpg world citizen thank yous:

10 Hangzhou for being number 1 supercity of positive world trade in Marco Polo's time and since Hangzhou China G20 2016 - the benchmark for world trade designed to fully employ youth and small enetrprsies everywhere - china has at least 100 supercity experiments going on -please mail us your favorite linls

Bangladesh the place that empowered pooerst vilage  women to build a ntaion from nothing twice- 1971 on with no electricity , no telcomes from 1996 with leapfrog of univesral text obile and micro solar

Baltimore - the place where 130 years of Black Girls community building has 3 times intraprenuered usa freedoms - see stories of Thurgood Marshall communities and collaborate with baltiore as today's benchmark for conscious inner supercity hub 

Asia wouldnt be the number 1 job creating hemisphere leading win-wins of sustainability goals age without the infrastructure stories of tokyo seoul taipei singapore hong kong and the chnage in leadership in china which from 1976 decided to race to being the epicentre ofpositive world trade last seen at Hangzhou mid 13th century 

the superport model has also inspited UAE which is now conecting in the greatest co-creativity summits on change education............................... 



 100 ways to value multiply livelihoods oif half of world udner 30:

1 the english language remains the most valuable open source skill ; that learning this second language isnt much more affordable for chinese and global youth to practice is not just a lost opportunity of  worldwide development but a crisis for british/commonwelath networks (eg british council , british aid) -

2 conversely another peer to peer opportunity of conscious inner city hubs- benchmark how to maximise collaboration value at TGoodM === missing any opportunity to learn chinese  as a second language or to develop friendship exchanges with the peoples and place that is 99% likely to determine the big collaboration successes or failures (including extinction) of the human race in 21st C -again inner city hubs of supercities should seize the job creating opportunity of maximising hi-trust communication with Chinese people  ;

3 one challenge of ending extreme poverty is that is that designing a system solution to help people a few rungs up the poverty ladder rather than the very bottom is always more short-term metriceconomical for an individual insitution but note the risk of that logic is always leaving the biggest innovation challenge to someone else; today the one person alive who has always linked down effective efficient and expanadble solutions to the very poorest is Sir Fazle Abed - making sure his replicable solutions prolong beyond this 81 year old's life is getting really urgent; problematically "see The Economist it wasnt microcredit it was brac" over 95% of us professors and other experts have never begn to know how to share the health, food security, banking, and education channel microfrachises bangladesh village womens used to end the most extreme poverty and extreme disadvantages on most sustainbility goals is a huge opportunity for everyone linked in to education summits such as wise and education commission whose leadership know that half of the under 30s world will be unemployable by 2030 unless education is totally transformed;  it is to be hoped that Sir Fazle also becomes china's next international hero since no network can celebrate sir fazle s missing knowledge curriculum with as much true love as China's QuarterBillionGirls ; not only did sir fazle acept the chalenge of extreme poverty solutions but the sequence he chose was that critical to building health and other systems from starting with nothing; so the first solution he scaled across rural vilages was oral rehydration- saviong quarter if infants from death by training (illitetare) vilage  mothers to serve bolied water sugar and salts mixed in the right proportion; this was the lowest cost life saving cure of modern times; having gained a reputation for the #E's and extreme affordability BRAC became the partner of choice for those who wanted to do the greatest good with their funds or skills- 


4 the systems logic of jack ma and sir fazle abed alumni of SME (small medium enterprise inclusion) every global market chain will prove necessary if the human race is to unite around sustainability of all our beings in time -this is a big subject, market by market -one way to POP (Priority Option Poor) is to benchmark successful leapfroging models of universal mobiule access - IR3 universal text mobile, IR4 universal smart mobile as these ended digital divides in a way that Industrial Revolution 2 the web pre-mobile could not do down with the very poorest.

4.1 we know that resilience disaster prevention is a natural leapfrog when enough people in every village have mobile connectivity for first time;

4.2 we know that  cashless banking like mpesa and bkash is the first of a series of financial leapfrogs  -its pretty scary for youth livelihoods of any nation  developing or developed to miss the unique window of opportunity to preferentially apply the new technolgy to teh smalest and most entrepreneurial - nite how doing digital brings down the coist of keepoing financial records by orders of magnitude;

4.3 we know that microsolar, for thise previously not on any electricity grid,  is the first of several go-green energy leapfrogs; and villages ending dependence on kerosene also use boiogas cooking stoves as another early green leapfrog;

5 however china g20 August 2016 (being the first G20 summit after the UN's 2015 launch of sustainability's 17 goals - upgraded many more leapfroging models

5.1 such that those who have studied Jack Ma's big data small system platforms can access - see jim kim's testimony on now the world bank has to rereview every projects its ever done,

6 Additionally Xi Jinping has maped the physical infrastructure models hemispheres need so that 21st C real trades are accessible to everyone in way that Industrial Revilution 1 was not.

7 In addition when you note that half the world's people live on 10% of land within 3000 miles of beijing it becomes clear why China has to be the collaboration epicentre of winning humanity's race to go green. 

In the annual G20 cycle peoples networks do the homework for the celebrations on the 2=day world staga where leaders meet. Already green finaance appears to have emerged as an additional network thanks to China's biiding

8 Mapping back what G20 leaders celebrate at Argentina 2018 offeres great opportunity to benefit from up to a billion Franciscan minds ( the culture that innovated POP Preferential Opition Poor in the late 1960s

9 With teh world converging in India G20 in 2019, the opportunity for celebrating the greatest open tech apps for the poorest must not be missed

11 While China G20 (Hangzhou Consensus) communicated China's message that most sustainability goals are youth collaboration goals it is happy to partner any country's youth in- clearly ecver China-India opportunity to job co-create with the 2 largest youth populations in the world and the majority of growth in worldwide econoies of our era.

When you build on the map above , more meta- opportunities emerge

12 WE expect the legacy of the late great Presodent Kalam to finally get a full celebration at G20 - no leader ever gave ore to belkief that youth are a counytry's future -indde Kalam's last words were on that. For years now wileard technolgist Nilekani (the billioonaire? founder of Infosys) has joined Kalam in debating 2020 visions for India - they sound as if they will snap with where Jack Ma was to help empower small enterprsies futures

13 Blockchain (which gurus like Don Tapscot see as critiical to IR4 as universal smart mobiles)   1  can activate transparency and much better value (cost ofintermediary agents) in any intergeneration smart contract markets subject to some provisions sucj as universal indentification of the poores (india lead); philanthrop and aid and green fiace are exampels of blended markets where blockchain may bring a revolution -note we already value teh ssutainability charity model from bangladesh more than the aid one in many sectirs; alongside this the smartest american student app network we have seen in sustainability goals spoace is give directly with its big data small analyses conditional on poorest dientification;

14 From Fintech to edutech to .. Bransto regularly hosts hi-level summits with about a dozen tech noligies convergence to debate - eg in addition to blockchain, 3-d printing, fablabs, (sensors) e-textiles and e-spectacles -subscribe to MIT media lab newsletter to understand what revolitionary industries of the future may be but a year or two away 

ultimately it is time in a trilaion dolllar market to mediate iopenly the search for what purspoe of this market contributes smost to sustainability- note this is the opposite maths metric to that where top decson amkers are drive by profit to the exclusion of evrything else; this biggest ever maths mistake was reported year 2000 by brookings dc as unseen wealth (ie underestimating compound risk as well as undervaluing trust-flows betrween stakehoilder needed so that makets such  as knowhow multioplying in use can be modelled way abopve zero sum hypotheses. The issue of who's who in the world of conscious leaders and the 50 bigets markets invgolves a tripl crisis : media why has no media scaled round ehroising the wotld's top 50 jobs sustaining market leaders; numbers professions why did they fail to give up monopoly lpractices in the face of uneen wealth; education -failure oto produce a world civics curricula which starts with teh stories of the 50 most conscious market lkeaders (for youth to keep updating) is to fail to emlpoer youth to sdesign sustainability purposes let alone to be the eladers of lifelong sustainability learning and doing whilst also invesnting in huimanity's greatest sustainabiliy chalenge- parenting children. For this who would argue that macropeconomic errors cant have spiralled too near to irreversibly in in the big brother direction. we invite you to debtae the oxfiord union motion - this hoiuse believes that sustainabiligty cant come to communiteis while macroeconomics devalues parneting and requires nightly newcasters to do likewise       


help us catatalogue 100 ways to empower world citizen's generation liveihoods and sustainable communities

missing curicula - eg 80% of world's knowhow is made in english and chinese but less than 5% of humans speak both languages - -- every child needs affordable access to 4 languages: mother tongue english chinese and coding-  this could be done through after school hours peer to peer spaces - update penpals in age of skype and whats app  ---english as second language is quite likely main export in a brexit britian until other countries have blockchained themselves beyond subsidising germany through paper printed euros

other educational transformations needed if half of youth are not to be unemployable by 2030  collaborate around girls empowerment to end the disgraceful chauvinistic and political chicanery that most macroeconomics analyses - eg negative value to motheringo  d

 leapfrog beyond industrial revoution 1-  thing manufacuring age ::-eg opportunities to innovate were very unevenly dustributed geographically :: - as late as 1960s one part of world was racing to moon while another third of peoples didnt even enjoy electricty grids

 will climate crisis stimulate the greatest leapfrog of all - beyond the carbon age's wars over reality that oil wells were only located on 0.0001% of planet

other tipping point opportunities of www.1461.worl 

 what inclusive 21st c world trading infratsructure investments can be celebrated now - see    


welcome - text 240 316 8157 wash dc (with baltimore one of 12 supercity) if you can help search : what types of education would make billions of youth hopeful about sustainability and jobs and human tech?
- our billion outreacch includes Franciscans and chinese -
we started versin 2.1 of the 2025 report 15 years ago when  then president kalam annd sunita gandhi of lucknow city montessori asked question what if billion youth were inspired by action learning curriculum of  gandhi's peacemaking - since then we have also come across 
open space players and joyful education leaders concerned with mandela-youth or luther-King youth or muhammad yunus mobile youth or MIT open futures

- which youth education futures inspire you most?
tech note - half of the world is under 30 but with huge variations from the od countries eg in europe west or segments eg whutes in usa t some african nations where mots are under 20- world citzens and yuth  all need each ther in so many basic servics  pen learning i sustainability is to be invested in- anyone who thikns we can fiddle for another decade while the planet  and youth burn isnt the sort of link we need -thanks macrae family, wash dc


 vote for your favorite world record job creators

eg 6.1 wolfram wrjc2.JPG

10.1 khan


3.1 Yunus 






















Can you help us issue invitations to world recoird jobs game- example...............................................................................................................................................

Do you have time to play the World Record Jobs game for one hour? This could happen at a breakfast meeting or an evening happy hour if thats how you prefer youths most creative experiments to be appraised.
WRJ is a youth-valuation survey (active learning) game that's as simple as possible to play
rule 1 each player is given 3 minutes to vote for a list of maximum 12 world record job creators
rule 2 the group then negotiates a grid of 3 rows and 4 columns- the process seeks to put world record job creators in the same space if being a socially active alumni of any member in that space has similar kinds of exponential impact
the players then debrief their collaborative view of the world's most joyful job creators with a benchmark friends of my family's foundation (unacknowledged giant of maths and media) update.  Examples for our current benchmark game are footnoted
the game can end there or it can be discussed as an internal survey process or one that seeks to exchange with like-minded institutions valuing youth's sustainability and empowering a borderless race to end  extremes of inequality eg such OAS partners as blum or the youth summit networks at the world bank
if at any future time the group wants to contribute publicly to the search for world record job creation we encourage them to open up a blog or similar platform
our maths and open systems advisers hope to develop an app version of world record jobs game in coming months
It would be great if we could rehearse this game once before late march when Amy's youthful Chinese mediation friends aim to test how youth alumni of vatican  university play this game in Rome as part of the launch celebrations of a worldwide youth empowerment network
chris macrae  240 316 8157
benchmark pope francis:
take a handful of his speeches (eg to US Congress , UN, Mexico, EU Strasbourg ...)  on value of families and sustainability of youth - search for which faith or culture leaders through history have prioritised valuing similar communal actions
understand the various apps of the Americas' 1960s emergence of Preferential Option Poor - -eg how the poorest muslim village women built 100+million nation from this micro-system design; how young professional most valued community health service networks around this model (Partners in Health); how a most vibrant refugees community servant model in usa "la maestra" is sustained and replicated -and has the founding dna of a 13 year old girl's effect
understand how rome is a different epicentre for europe's future worldwide friendships of youth than say brussels- eg club of rome offers a leading green network, the annual nobel peace summit, and the intent to invite superstars to co-launch the new underground colliseum around a worldwide celebration of sustainable youth , ...
benchmark sal khan or some similar open learning platform co-creator:
if the way to unite nations around the biggest change era ever is 17 sustainability goals, why not start up an on-demand curriculum of each - the way sal khan built the world's benchmark maths curriculum illustrates key open learning processes: dashboard, translation into every language, a desire to replace any teaching module if a better short way of presenting this is searched
if the UN does not have the resources or time to launch 17 parallel platforms why not choose one goal first. Goal 11 could be the simplest for spiraling inter-generational goodwill. Since sustainable communities and future capital cities already have hundreds of mayors nominating their own favorite pro-youth collaboration - eg the network of mayors who most want to reduce youth suicides in their places find it natural to include youth-led experiments from every city's mayor concerned with this initiative.  Quito's first year review of goal 11 in october 2016 would be a suitable space for launching such
What seems livelihoods-critical to World Social Trades emerging from goal 11 is that one universally agreed web bookmark provides an updating coding databank of social solutions being demanded by sustainability youth and their intergenerational investors. This needs to be open to people of all ages and geographies to access- if the UN agreed this bookmark could be joyfully linkedin from its home page


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 join our co-editors at if you wish to celebrate sustainability goals empowered by youthful community builders

download practice of peace chaps 1,2 by harrison owen found open space  

2016 Diary of Millennial Sustainability Exchanges - add one Brooklyn: & Moores Million youth social solutions world January; &Kenya 28 January;  more 



 Dare your social and business peers ask at least one of these 3 what-its?

What if after 4000 times more invested in learning technologies (#2030 ve 1946) the learning economy is 10 times larger than te industraial age thing extracting economy?

What if big baners and their hired hands in government and acadmia amd te biggest mats mistae in te world and never valued te open learning economy?

Do you realy thin that putting ever more of the hemi-pop who are under 30 out of wor is going to empower the human race to be in time to unite around sustainability goals?  


 Text us at US 240 316 8157
Coming soon to any sustainable Place-The World Record Book of Jobs

Chapter 1bis - Dare the human race open sustainable space? and World Record Job Creator Harrison Owen
Chapter 1 - The Sustainability Games Played by 2 Generations that counted health beyond wealth - and WRJC Paul Farmer

Chapter 2 - Who is Youth Agency's Happiest Storyteller?  and WRJC Muhammad Yunus
Chapter 3 -  Last Youth Economist Standing? and WTJC George Soros  (& singapore 's lee)
Chapter 4 - Why would the world's poorest village mothers stop at owning a bank when they could web the number 1 Global University of value chain multiplication? - and WRJC sir fazle abed
Chapter 5 = IHUB, MIT and mobile leapfrogging -last mile service infratructures of bottom-up -  ..and  WRJC Ma-Lee
Chapter 6 = Millennials search professions for sustainability purposes of life's most critical market sectors - and WRJC Jim Kim
Chapter 7 - Faith love and hope- China checks out the south's secret sauce of entrepreneurial freedom and happiness? - and WRJC Pope Francis

Chapter 11 youth4empowerment -can the 4th wave of supercities be in time to sustain the greatest job creating era?" 


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    Your editors "systems"  investigative stylke rule is optmistic rationalism - in other words search out the good news (from the blottom uop wherever needed) of improving the human lot and comunally celebrating a place's hi-trust cultures- however some of the simplest inter-generational development lessons are evident in what not to get traped in - so we publish a few stories here of seeemingly rottenplaces to be young or an ordannary person especially family loving parents
    South Sudan: Death spiral
    In the posh restaurants of Juba, the capital, a meal costs a brick-sized bundle of cash. Money-printing and economic collapse have devastated the Sudanese pound. A year ago it took 30 to buy a dollar; now it takes 120. Government salaries, when paid, are now worth almost nothing. Food prices are soaring. With peace, a bail-out might come from foreign donors. But South Sudan’s leaders keep fighting, writes our Africa correspondent  -editors note - we take no pleasure in reporting this- one of the world's great friends of open elarning is also in his 5th decade as an ionternatuional cathloic relief servant with foicus on S Sudan


    BREAKING 2013

    please add to our diary of greatest summits ever linking in net generation - our editorial perspective is that only open education can sustain the net generation - both full employment in developed nations and unite colaboration races to post 2015 millennium goals in developing societies/economies

    edx poor economics - virtual summit current

    USAID inaugural global education summit DC August 2013

     convergences paris 17-19 sept 2013  Paris

    Qatar 3rd WISE Sumit on Learning for Living November (to check)



    Number 1 in Economics for Youth





    Since 2013 is the 170th celebration of The Economist being founded to end hunger, the main annual project of Norman Macrae Foundation will be to help youth explore Top 100 Massive Open Online Curriculum they need millions to linkin co-networking now. Here is an idea on how to celebrate this - if you can help rsvp or phone our Washington DC hotline 1 301 881 1655

    Wanted Top 100 Missing 6-week curriculum millions of youth most need to interact in 2013


    Imagine if we could publish something that's style was a bit like a travel brochure- question becomes how does one span all relevant top 100 lifetime interests of youth and how do we profile each course in less than half a page


    Exercise pick a course - try and write a profile - here is one example- of course that ought to matter to anyone who loved my dads pro-youth economics work at The Economist. I hope that its wording can be improved through discussion. After that the hard work of who in the world involves searching the most collaborative educator in this medium and because of practice passion. This is something that I suggest sir fazle can now celebrate better than anyone else I can think of (delighted to hear other nominations in this very speacil who's who of futures of youth)


    Note: 6 weeks are the most compact  online curriculum that offers

    Each week comprise an hour of content to action clear around presented as 5 by 12 minute modules


    Goodwill Business Models


    week 1 introduction to goodwill models- characteristics:

    • multi-win value exchange between all invited to produce or demand
    • free sectors' to compound exponentially sustainable purposes over time
    • zero tolerance for externalisation now we all live on a hyper connected planet
    • fit with 2010s being youth's most productive , sustainable and truly heroic time- because cross-culturally human race can use million times more collaboration tech to realise millennium goals that previous generations could only dream about

    urgent priorities of 2010s - back in 1976 The Economist coined genre Entrepreneurial Revolution (Xmas Day Issue) to search out new organisational typologies stating only thing that is known is that none of 20th century's largest organisational models can sustain first net generation. This course will SWOT  4 of the  lost promising models found by pro-youth economists in weeks 2 through 5 and in week 6 starts up a discussion on urgent do nows and where to collaboratively network. (Jargon SWOT reports 4 classifications of an organised system : from historical and internal Strengths and Weaknesses, to future and environmental compound Opportunities and Threats)


    week 2 multi-win models Japan used in celebrating such revolutionary market purposes as fast moving electronics with world (corresponding to why The Economist consudered Japan best pro-yoth economic model ofr world trade during third quarter of 20th C)


    week 3, 4 models Bangladesh inspires worldwide youth with (what Clinton has decribed as the most heroic new model of developing economies)

    up to to 2000 before village mobile technology

    from 2000 as village mobile technology apps got onto a moores law of access acceleration


    week 5 example of context specific digitally transforming models where market leaders are valued as investing in  youth's next 3 billion productive lifetimes - see out search fir such leaders at


    week 6 how can you and your most trust peers map next actions (and the networks to be linked into) needed to unite world's youth taking into account which conflicts most urgently need reconcilation where ;  what facilitation practices do you need to mentor yourself, peers and globally/locally mediate conflicts?




    FALL 2011 Journal of Social Business Special Issue

    – celebrating 15 years on microcreditsummit knowledge networking

    What are 10 of the most exciting collaboration projects which the 2010s continuously needs Muhammad Yunus to help with rsvp to vote for or nominate 50 races to web towards the worldwide goal of poverty museums

    1 Peoples summits on sustaining communities out of every place: The History of Economics and Politics shows that today’s global crises (eg climate, financial meltdown) cannot be resolved by politicians in the middle of glaring publicity. Microcreditsummit in 1997 started the other way round summit process in which community networks replicated sustainability solutions. Dare we help the net generation to continue to celebrating Yes You Can.

    Forty five universities across the state of Georgia proved that it is possible in under a month’s planning to swarm 1200 students and a panel of influential judges around job creation competitions. Why not start up every university year in every place with a regional collaboration competition on job creation?

    3 A corporation, Danone, proved that it is possible to ask shareholders to start up an investment fund that invests in the next generation’s productivity.  Back in 1972, The Economist forecast complete meltdown of the global financial system in the 2010s unless such type 2 stockmarkets – that take people’s intergenerational savings- and invest in the next generation’s productivity evolve and are celebrated with more media than is used to promote your number footballer or your number 1 pop star.

    4 A young Bangladeshi-Russian-American musician had worked night and day to become an emerging opera star. Then 9/11 happened in her city of New York. She asked herself so what difference can arts make in the world? Her peers and she decided helping youth interact an artists peace corps was worthy of every celebrity’s power to empower. Why wouldn’t every future capital want to replicate New York and Monica Yunus’ example of

    5 Can friends of micro empower President Obama to work some miracles in Kenya? In 2008 he committed at Clinton Global Summit to end death by mosquito by 2015. If he was ever to have started on that mission impossible he could have linked in all the goodwill Kenya had for him with a country that also demonstrated youth’s mobile microcredit, bottom-up ecovillage, Nobel Prize for green movements, the first successful crowdmapping tools that helped peoples solve riots that top politicians’ arguments had caused. Why doesn’t American Congress support innovating extreme good where USA already has goodwill relations with “we the peoples” instead of taxing Americans to be the world’s largest employer (US Armed Forces)

    6 Why not credit the brave youth movements of Arab Spring with microcredit banking models worthy of their microentrepreneurial demands? History shows that the freedom and happiness of Declarations of Independence need to be supported by banking systems that are community transparent. In countries where more than half of the workforce is under 30 it is particularly important to stage national conflict resolutions dialogues between youth and elders free of other cultural and geo-political disputes

    7 If ever a nation’s DNA and geology needed a green social business stockmarket instead of nuclear power it is Japan. This country is a poster case for being bullied into disinvesting in youths futures by global financial communities who punished Japan for having the 20th Century’s largest property bubble. Today all the West’s richest nations are facing a decade of slump unless we changeover from macroeconomics to microeconomics.

    8 Over the last several decades , industry innovations that would have called for open replication and community ownership have been blocked. Solar energy is a prime case. Isn’t it time to stop top-down institutions from destroying youths futures just because it suits dirty big industries to pretend that man knows better than nature.

    9 All kinds of microsummit networks are now needed because we have discovered from the 15 years of microcreditsummit that whenever the poorest identify a different purpose of a life critical market its worth youth’s while to action learning from. The more heroic the purpose the greater the opportunity to take economics way above zero-sum. Note credit’s use for investing in income generation not trapping you in consumption debt; or mobile’s use in village to bring down degrees of separation on vital information flow not city slickers chatroom lifestyle

    10 Have you heard of millennium 3’s most affordable innovations emerging from triad partnerships of China, Yunus and radical global corporates? – eg GE’s $2000 mammogram or Danone’s Ying Yang Bao. Never has R&D been so joyful. Never has the potential of the knowledge networking economy been so entrepreneurially exciting.

     MORE TOP 100 MOOCs

     MOOC NM007 Youth Entrepreneurship the way Norman Macrae would have valued it- health warning Norman deliberately branded entrepreneurial revolution as a term top-down economists (hiring themselves out to the richest, most speculative or divisively political) could not use without getting egg on their face- note the french coined the word to celebrate time when society's "between-take" cut off the heads of the top 1% who were monopolising productive assets;Coming soon curriculum of MicroEnergy - as Norman diarised over 40 years at The Economist- history shows only 2 innovation stimuli of a worldwide leap for mankind- 1 cleaner energy, 2 communications when used to collaboratively improve how all youth Learn a Living Top 10 Curriculum of Learning a Living - please help us mobilise these at http:/'/ 

    At we welcome partners in developing

    A 6-week massivo open online curriculum (MOOC) of hi-trust microecredit

    Our question at Duflo Poor Economics MOOC week 1. Has MIT's modeling approach ever been used to ap market's freedom for the poorest?  As a Cambridge (UK) MA in statistics in 1970s I was looking for a practice field, chose markets as that interested my father at The Economist as he had an open systems hypothesis that youth futures were being increasingly ignored as tv advertising took over costs of markets, and luckily found MIT's Glen Urban's models which also benefited from an early database software analysis tool (then) called Express. Through the 1980s we did thousands of market modeling tests which provided behavioural benchmarks across tests to complete market mixes. We found some shocking things. Service solutions integrate many more moving parts in what [Levitt][1] used to call the purposeful search for continuous improvement than lifeless products. Knowledge networked service products even more so if you want goodwill to multiply through value exchanges with multi-win models. Value chains designed round what richest need segment in extremely opposite ways from what poorest need to communally sustain. After 9/11 I decided I would spend at least half of rest of my life modeling markets NGOs dominate because I hoped to analyse how to help youth collaboratively open source life critical service solutions. 13 years into this I find the lack of integral understanding needed to replicate service franchises very sad; until usaid recently revisited mapping value chains I found western aid completely failed to design bottom up franchises; I still find greenwashing wastes well over half of money spent on searching for pro-poor solutions that could be replicated by youthful collaboration entrepreneurs through inter-community trust; let's hope enough alumni of this course linkin around a totally deeper approach to chartering and mapping how to open up knowledge networks around microfranchises served by and for the poorest- and investing in their goals for their next generation.

    [The Foundation][2] -and journal edited by Adam Smith scholars out of Glasgow - set up to continue my father's pro-youth economics approach for uniting net generation around open sourcing desperately needed knowhow service solutions believes [MOOCs][3] have a gamechanging role to play. I also have a question for Duflo. Does she value interviewing those who have spent their life passionately experimenting with solutions for the poorest for the heuristics they recommend using? By a heuristic I mean a principle that someone has seen validated so many times that is worth assuming it does spin a system's impacts unless you find proof in a specific context that it doesnt apply, or can identify a gamechanger that has transformed a market into a higher order system of systems. I would say yes the ubiquitous mobile phone in the village now makes it hard to assess what used to be extremely manual srvice franchise models of the most sustainable microcredits and thosands of barefoot banking staff. However practical Bangladeshi microeconomists and engineers have also voiced this precept from the first 42 years of their nation's social laboratory of pro-youth village banking: *Banking is a market where the richer in every role from politician and macroeconomist downwards (often subconsciously or subliminally) always edge out the needs of the poorer unless every quarter you audit the model from the poorest's voice.* When our researchers presented that principle to dad he said : yes I can think of 1000 cases where that has happened (see his thousands of artices in The Economist 1948-1990 ) and none where it hasn't. He spent his last years analysing the 00s crisis in big banking using [that precept][4] . It turns out that uniting net generation youth in the race to poverty museums can solve underemployment challenges everywhere, as well as progress millennium goals but only if post 2015 we do a much better [educational][5] job of mapping connections between goals. Re-reading the last 3 pages of Keynes general theory provides more evidence for being a fan of the Bangaldeshi's microbankers precepts than those underpinning the mindsets current @ Brussels on the Potomac or agents of Mad(ison) avenue.




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    I am sorry to hear this. I will put any news people can track or translate up at
    If economists supporting Dr Yunus are converging information on this at some other bookmark - or via some other mode of communications - please inform so I can make links as complete as possible
    Govt to seek registration, foreign investment info from 48 Grameen ...The government is going to formulate a social business law to regulate non-government organisations, especially entities like Grameen Bank, aiming at preventing people from being cheated.
    The Banking Division has already prepared a draft of the law and sent letters to 48 organisations, asking them to provide the division with relevant documents.
    Banking Secretary Shafiqur Rahman Patwary told daily sun last week that the government is formulating a social business law to control NGOs in social business.
    The Banking Division has already asked 48 subsidiary companies of Grameen Bank, including Grameenphone, Grameen Udyog, Grameen Dannon Food Limited, Grameen Kalyan, Grameen Telecom Trust and Grameen Shakti, to provide information about registration and amount of foreign investment since inception.
    Information on these aspects may help prepare the law on operation of these social businesses, said a senior official of the Banking Division.


    In 2005, 40 londoners started hubbing a survey who is the most trusted collaboration entrepreneur of the net generation? By early 2006 votes were in : YUNUS; we have reached out to 20000 people with free books, or dvds or journals or leaflets
    - come blog with us if you wish to help yunus help youth make 2010s most exciting decade. Topics : Freedom .. East-West  .. Africa's Decade .. NetGen's Hub Economics
    Since the honour of co-hosting the 69th birthday dialogue of Dr Yunus in Dhaka, we've become fascinated by worldwide views of which parts of his diary are having most impact on his 7th decade of wishes for 2010s as most exciting decade
    - let's hub 7 billion people with collaborative maps and 
    replicable economic solutions  -rsvp with your capital's greatest diary actions
    Update on changing economics from 1984 to October 2010 -latest actions: launch of journal of social bsuiness planned across  before yunus speech to US congress ; skype isabellawm family foundations or landline phone washington DC 1-301 881 1655 for info on participating in rehearsal of change economics parties starting wth 16 Nov 2010 The Economist Boardroom -a celebration of   

    The unacknowledged giant

    The unacknowledged giant and Norman Macrae's last article Consider Bangladesh
    Breaking News on Collaborations needed for Glasgow's 4th July Microcredit Summit and 70th birthday wishmaking with Muhammad Yunus 
    helping to map species of Social Business Models; DC 301 881 1655 info -  love connecting open source inventions for humanity - our SB group at EMENTOR celebrating presidential summits on (youth) entrepreneurship
    Dr Yunus comes to Washington DC - video of book1 talk 4 Feb 2009   

    we invite job creators to facebook or twitter or email

    join sustainability discussions : 1 healthcare 

    Y1000 bookclub 2.1 collabs:

    DC -96 books: Results to members and congressmen; Ronald Regan Centre May 14 world premier of Yunus book talk: students - RHS 100. Georgetown 200, GWU 10; also offer to mficonnect when they have youth passing through DC to carry books

    NY - vivaldi 96 for May 18 y

    London - 60 London Leaders - also affer 60 books to Royal Society of Arts Yunus booktalk may 26; and other royal societies - eg royal geo -microenergy; royal architecture - bristish council; and link through Gcal london office

    through london offer 100 books to 25 intercity hubs

     May 10 - Glasgow Yunus number 1 collaboration city 10 books may 11; another 64 by July 4 for world microeconomic summit and launch of journal of social business

     My 25 - paris 64 books : micious and de quelen, and offered to danone communities and hec SB track alumni

    changing which cities or professions interest you


    global accountancy




    job creation 1 2 3

    global branding  1

    community building

    conflict resolution



    conflict resolution

    system design

    community building

    mass media

    interactive media


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    Youth & Technology Can Change the World - Dr Yunus launches his entrepreneurs' fieldbook on social business with Dean Anand, Robert H Smith Business School, Founder of Social Value Creation Centre Uni of Maryland and the Washington DC World Trade Center

     Grameen Danone Ning ... Danone Communities  cribsheet16.jpg


    Sustainability’s 7 Wishes
    (source Yunus Book Building Social Business page xxv)
    • End Poverty & Systems that Crash or Trap
    • End carbon in our waters, air, food and machine's energies
    • End hunger & poor distribution structures
    • End premature death and ever higher cost of health
    • End wars and govs that spend 20% of the peoples on arms
    • End borders as barriers to webs of people mobilising productivity
    • End college-less children and universities without job creating microentrepreneurs

    Please help us spot where Yunus Global Grameen partners are most building social business

    • Dhaka
    • Paris
    • US (Health & CA Youth)
    • Berlin-Wiesbaden
    • India
    • Glasgow
    • Japan
    • Bangkok

    Please join us in making world citizens brilliant networkers in the races towards sustainability goals connected by SB systems

    • Dhaka
    • Paris
    • London
    • Spain-Kenya
    • Glasgow
    • DC
    • LA
    • India
    • Italy
    • S.Africa
    • Sweden-Norway

    Particularly out of DC, NY, Boston, Dhaka, London, Paris & Glasgow, the hosts of also host ongoing networks such as Yunus 1000 bookclubs on Dr Yunus series of books on Social Business, Yunus10000 dvd club, as well as historical events like Yunus 69th birthday wish dialogue in Dhaka, and help with sustainability's future prep such as YunusOlympics . Since 2005, we are trying to bring down degrees of separation around people helping Dr Yunus and all social business system designers. My mapping of futures began in 1984: so if you would like to send me chris macrae a mail to on what you are looking for I will try and relay it to the most relevant of the 10000 people I know concerned with the sustainability goals of SBworld

    Where are citizens creating jobs?
    London ... 

    RSVP to nominate entries into  leagues of job creators 

     World Class League:

    100+ Million Job Creators
    • Yunus, Microeconomics & Tech  
    • Abed, Microeconomics & Programs Beyond Aid
    • Munro & Queen Sofia, Mobilising Youth
    • Gunter Pauli Ecology
    • Jack Ma – Technology China
    • Nandan Nilekani – Technology India
    • Gandhi Family, Lucknow, Children=world citizens


    Size of micromarket and job creating community = 60 households 

    Size of network of  job creating communities =3600 households prior to introduction of digital technology 1997


    Size of network of job creating communities since introduction of digital tech in 1997:

    8 million in one country! Free market true replication across world estimated to be 40 million –potential to double as fast as moore’s if non free global banking systems were kept out of the way of peoples everywhere


    Features of system design


    Bank that invests in the productivity, health, knowledge multiplication of the most underemployed who want to be their communities’ and next generation’s greatest sustainability investors;


    Bank that designs  ownership and relationship transparency of supply and demand around free mrkets of the locally poorest

    Banking system that  sustains value multipliers of microentreprenurial expoentials rising at level of 1 (person), 5 (peer learning team). 60 (village community market), 3600 (local network of markets within walking distance of each other) , 8 million members ( servant leadership team of world’s number 1 social business entrepreneurs)


    Safest banking design the worldwide can celebrate wherever sustainability of communities is the greatest goals for 2010s generation to celebrate

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    This Map signed by Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus to start Yes WE Can's new year of 2009 unites journeys of microeconomists since 1976 and entrepreneurs whose hi-trust system purpose designa productive & demanding relationship exchanges to be exponentially sustainableOn 25 December 1976, The Economist's Survey Entrpreneurial Revolution by Norman Macrae (my father) reminded us that as the next generation went global we'd sustain untold human achieviments if microeconomic system designs integrated the worldwide but exponentially crsh towards Big Brother endings of our human race if macroeconomics powered over peoples. Meanwhile Dr Yunus' team of four strated the Grameen Project which in 1983 was cnstituted by Bangladeshi law as Grameen Bank : the world's ans banking's first social business - job creation's greatest system design being owned by the porest to invest in thsir income generation, communal ownership of market centres and knowledge hubs so that progress on their goals for developing their next generation could be accelerted exponentially

     MicroEconomics*Collaboration Net Economics

    Help our Ning catalogue cases of how Bangladesh's first third century has proved that MicroSB cases can be 10 times more economical for communities and life-empowering sustainability goals. Anything less grounded such as national governing over or global ruling down cannot compound pursposeful value multiplying exchanges -that re free in Adam Smth's sense of no hidden conflicts and no unproductive blocks to knowledge co-working



    RSVP to help with our survey of ... 
    last quarter of millennium  -how to save the world from macroeconomics
    70s-10s+Yunus & Abed , Manmohan Singh –
    40s-90s Norman Macrae, Johnny Von Neumann,
    Peter Drucker, Schumacher
    06-56 Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Maria Montessori
    (60s-00s) Walter Bagehot
    1840s+ James Wilson
    210 years ago JB Say – coined entrepreneur
    250 years ago Adam Smith
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    slides on how to help Muhammad Yunus Sustain the World

    " There are a few companies,

    whose leaders are sincerely

    interested in social change."

    Professor Muhammad Yunus

    Information for the Global Grameen Meeting 2009

    1Program Global Grameen MeetingNoon to 2 p.m. Get-together, Social Networking & Lunch2 p.m. Official Opening & WelcomeProfessor Muhammad Yunus "Strategy 2015"Motivational Speech Danone by Emmanuel Faber (Co-Chief Operating Officer): Grameen Danone –The Pioneer of Social BusinessMotivational Speech Veolia by Eric Lesueur (Project Director):Grameen Veolia –The first ten thousand litres of waterQuestion Lab I4 p.m.Networking Break

    4.30 p.m. Motivational Speech BASF by Dr. Ulrich von Deessen (Head of the BASF Competence Center Environment, Health and Safety) :

    Sustainability and Social Business is teamwork

    Motivational speech adidas by Frank Dassler (Member of Executive Board)

    Motivational Speech Fondazione San Patrignano by Andrea Gremoli (Director): A question of identity

    Motivational Speech Kyushu University by Prof. Masaharu Okada:Grameen Creative Lab at Kyushu University together with California State University Channel Island:

    Presenting the California Institute of Social Business

    Motivational Speech Grameen Creative Lab by Hans Reitz (Founder GCL)

    Motivational Speech Region Caldas, Colombia by Aristizábal Muñoz (Governor): Grameen Project of Caldas –A New Kind of Public Private Partnership

    Motivational Speech Otto GmbH & Co. KG by Dr. Michael Otto (CEO): Creative Responsibility Today

    Question Lab II

    Summary by Professor Muhammad Yunus and Hans Reitz

    3Participants first Global Grameen MeetingCompany


    adidas AG

    Jan Runau (Chief Corporate Communications Officer)

    adidas AG

    Frank Dassler (Member of Executive Board)

    adidas AG

    Sven Pastowski (Project Manager Group Services)

    Autostadt GmbH

    Otto Ferdinand Wachs (CEO)

    Autostadt GmbH

    Dr. Maria Schneider (Creative Director / CCO)


    Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel (Member of Executive Board)


    Dr. Ulrich von Deessen (Head of the BASF Competence CenterEnvironment, Health and Safety)


    Anke Schmidt (Director Corporate Communications)


    Martin Essl (CEO)


    Michael Fembek

    Boehringer Ingelheim

    Philipp Baum (Head of International Communications)

    Danone AG

    Emmanuel Faber (Co-Chief Operating Officer)


    Emmanuel Marchant (General Manager Danone.communities)


    Bernard Giraud (VP sustainability and shared value creation)

    Deutsche Telekom AG

    Martina Schwebe-Eckstein (Senior Expert CR)

    Deutsche Telekom AG

    Luis Neves(Head of CR)

    Deutsche Telekom AG

    Clemens Brandstetter (Manager one! Programme Office)

    Deutsche Telekom AG

    Tanja Gipp




    Christian Duve (Partner)


    Dr. Konstantin Mettenheimer(Senior Partner Worldwide)

    Otto GmbH & Co. KG

    Dr. Michael Otto (CEO)

    Otto GmbH & Co. KG

    Dr. JohhanesMerck (Head of CR)

    Otto GmbH & Co. KG

    Diethard Gagelmann

    SAP AG

    Daniel Schmid(Head of Sustainability Operations)

    SAP AG

    Peter Graf (Chief Sustainability Officer)

    SAP AG

    Isabel Schmitt (Fellow Social Business)

    Scout 24 Holding GmbH

    Martin Enderle(CEO)

    Scout 24 Holding GmbH

    Jasmin Borhan


    Thomas Backteman(Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs)

    SystainConsulting GmbH

    Dr. Michael Arretz(General Manager)


    Giuliana Porta


    Antoine Frérot(CEO)


    Eric Lesueur(Projects Director)


    DinahLouda(Vice PresidentCommunications)




    Asian Institute ofTechnology

    BorjeWallberg(Interim Director of YunusCentre at Asian Institute of Technology)

    CaliforniaState University

    AsishVaidya(Dean of the Faculty)

    CaliforniaState University

    Julia Wilson (VP of Advancement)

    CaliforniaState University

    Dr. Richard Rush (PresidentCSU Channel Island)

    CaliforniaState University

    Larry Janss(Board Member / Supporter of the CISB)

    European Business School (EBS)

    Dr. María Teresa Quirós Fernández (Consultant to Executive Board)

    Freie Universität Berlin

    Kurt Hammer (formerchancellor)

    Glasgow CaledonianUniversity

    Prof. Pamela Gillies(Principal& ViceChancellor)

    Glasgow CaledonianUniversity

    Prof. Mike Smith (Pro-Vice Chancellor Research)

    Glasgow CaledonianUniversity

    Prof. Sue Scott (Pro-ViceChancellorLearning Innovation)

    Glasgow CaledonianUniversity

    Prof. Francine Cheater (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)

    Glasgow CaledonianUniversity

    Dr. ZasheemAhmed (Development Economist)

    HEC Paris

    Prof. FrédéricDalsace(DanoneChair Social Business, Firm & Poverty Associate Professor)

    HEC Paris

    BénédicteFaivre-Tavignot/Direcorof Social Business Chair)

    HEC Paris

    Prof. David Menascé(AffiliateProfessor)


    Prof. Masahiro Kan (Professor)


    Prof. HirotoYasuura(ViceChancellor)


    Prof. MasaharuOkada ( Intellectual Property Management Center, General Counsel)


    Prof. Makoto Maeda (AssociateProfessor)


    Dr. Ahmed Ashir(Project Dirctorof Global Communication Center)


    L -ZUniversities


    London MetropolitanUniversity

    MostofaZaman(Youth Ambassador Programms)

    McGill University

    Dr. Laurette Dubé(ChairandScientific Director)


    Kenichi Miyama(AssociateProfessor)



    Hassan Ashraful(Managing Director)

    GrameenSolutions / Phone

    Kazi Islam (CEO)

    GrameenTrust (BGD)

    Professor H. I. Latifee(Managing Director)

    Yunus Centre(BGD)

    Prof. Muhammad Yunus(Founder & Chairman)

    Yunus Centre(BGD)

    Lamiya Morshed (Executive Director)

    Yunus Centre(BGD)

    Brandon McReynolds

    Yunus Centre(BGD)

    Nazir Ali Mamun(Personal FotographerofProf. Yunus)


    Stephan A. Vogel (CEO)




    RoystonBraganza (CEO)

    GrameenCreative Lab

    Hans Reitz (Founder, director)


    Jean-Luc Perron(Head of Microfinance)


    JürgenHammer (Head of Finance)


    Fatima ElMoukhtafi(PartnershipSenior Manager)


    Alex Counts (President& CEO)


    Dave Stephens (Member GrameenTechnology Council)


    Camilla Nestor (VP, Microfinance)


    David Edelstein (Director of Information and Communication Technology)


    Sultan Imamus(Managing Director)


    Zaher Al-Munajjed(Chairman)


    FadiM. Jameel(Board Member)


    Julia Assaad(General Manager)




    Werner Schnappauf (Director General and Member of the Presidential Board)

    Business Journalist

    Alan Mitchell

    Canna Ltd.

    Karl Mikael Cakste(Owner, entrpreneur)


    Eugenio La Mesa (CEO)

    FondazioneSan Patrignano

    Andrea Muccioli(Director)


    Helene Hellsten-Carendi(Owner, entrepreneur)

    GovernorofCaldas, Columbia

    Mario Aristizábal Muñoz (Governor of Caldas)

    IFAH (Investment Fund for Health in Africa)

    Barend van der Vorm (Investment Committee)

    Impact International

    Andy Dickson (Director of GloablSales)

    IslamicDevelopment Bank

    RabihF. Mattar( Senior Project Officer)

    Karl Weber Literary

    Karl Weber (President), Mary-Jo Weber (Vice President)

    Kyoto Forum / Felissimo

    YazakiKatsuhiko (General Director)

    Kyoto Forum / Felissimo

    FumihikoNishioka(Professor / PlanningCommittee)

    La Grande-Duchesse de Luxembourg

    HisHighnessPrince Guillaume

    La Grande-Duchesse de Luxembourg

    Alexandre Hippert(Conseiller)

    London Creative Labs

    Sofia Bustamante (Founder)

    Menschen für Menschen

    Axel Haasis(Director)


    GencRuli(Minister of Agriculture)


    ArianaCela(Regional Development Advisor to Prime Minister)

    Social Innovation Scholarship

    Hiroumi Yokoi(Senior Manager)

    UNHCR HQ Geneva

    Sajjad Malik (Chief OSTS)

    Vivaldi Partners

    Erich Joachimsthaler (CEO)

    Vivaldi Partners

    Markus Pfeiffer (Managing Partner)

    World Class Brands TV

    Chris Macrae(Founder)


    We are Global Grameen

    BASF Grameen

    California State UniversityGrameen Employment

    GCL@FU BerlinGCL@Milan

    Grameen Healthcare

    GCL@Glasgow University

    Grameen Knitwear

    Grameen Phone

    GCL @Kyushu University

    Grameen Otto

    GCL@Rikkyo University

    Grameen Veolia

    Grameen Shikka

    Grameen Shakti

    Grameen Krishi

    Global Grameen Is Anything That is Called Grameen

    Vision: We Want to Create a World Without Poverty by 2030

    Mission: Enable People to Lift Themselves out of Poverty Through Grameen Social Business

    Global Grameenwill…

    serve the

    essential needs

    of the world’s 300 million poorest of the poor

    transform all Grameen businesses into Grameen social businesses

    design, innovate + implement new social business models

    reach the "Tipping Point" for social business

    Create a Global Grameen organisational structureestablish Global Grameen brand

    be an inclusive societal leader and navigatorchannel the power of millions of individuals, companies, investors, NGOs and universities in social business action

    Goals of Global Grameenfor 2015

    Internal Global Grameen Strategy

    Preserve Yunus’ Legacy

    Define What Grameen Stands For

    Create Functioning Global Corporate Governance

    Develop Global Branding/Logo, Corporate Identity

    Develop Internal and External Communication Strategy

    What’s your idea??ExternalGlobal GrameenStrategy

    Set Aside Preconceived Notions and Encourage to Think Outside the Box

    Create Broad Awareness about GrameenSocial Business and Spread the Model

    Establish Cross-Societal GrameenSocial Business Movement

    Develop and Prove Blueprints for GrameenSocial Business Models across Sectors, Industries and Regions (Lead by Example)

    Encourage Roll-Out and Scale Up of GrameenSocial Business Worldwide

    Connect People and Ideas through Global GrameenPlatform

    Measure GrameenSocial Business Impact

    Establish GrameenSocial Business Certificate
    Broad Awareness About GrameenSocial Business Will Be Created

    EXPO Milan

    Yunus’ Birthday Wishes

    Global GrameenMeetingNovemberWeek

    2. GCL Klassen-treffen

    London Olympics

    Eastern Europe SB TourYY Joy ofLife Festival






    Public Sector

    Social Business



    Art andPerformance


    Touch Points of the Social Business Movement

    Pilot Projects Across Regions and Industries Established

    Grameen Danone

    GSB Food

    Grammen Veolia

    GSB Water

    BASF Grameen

    GSB Healthcare

    Grammen Otto

    GSB Textile

    Grammen adidas

    GSB Shoe

    Grameen Phone


    Grameen Bank

    GSB Banking

    Grameen Healthcare

    Grameen Knitware

    Grameen Employment GSB Training+Employment

    Grameen Trust


    Yunus Centre

    Across Industries


    Monday, July 20, 2015

    ammauni - help celebrate and amrati university

    In 2015, our 44th year since first debating in The Economist whether elders of the pre-digital age would be up to designing education millennials need to be sustainable and to enjoy wonderful livelihoods, we have been led to believe by Women4Empowerment that alumni and partners of amma may be leading the top 10 partnerships of open learning that values millennials across every country 

     if you are an alumni of amma we always like to co-share news of your next actions; lead partners were last reviewed by UNai July 7 2015 - some of our notes on whos amma who are at these bookmarks  1 2

     in 2014 our top new find was the opne learning campus being designed around millenial foolowers of jim kim , paul farmer, poper francis and others (across americas, rome and catholics as the largest socially accountable identity) who help millennials tahe on sustainability transformations through the POP (Preferantial Option Poor) 

    in 2013 our hope was that China, brac and the elarning satellite yazmi would come together in celebrating education as the greatst way to empower development

    in 2012 we were hioping that south african poartnbers of taddy blecher and mandela extranet's million jobs curricukum woulkd linking through every african ihub 

    we continue to believe that education is the only optimistic rational model of economics designed around maximnising ineteractions of 7.25 billion peoples livelihoods 

    we love to hear fro you any time if you are search a similar map to ours

    economistuniversity 1 2

    linkedin 9500

    waahington dc mobile 240 316 8157

    macrae family - 

    online library of norman macrae-- 


    10:41 am edt 

    Monday, February 18, 2013

    MOOC NM007 Youth Entrepreneurship

    eg 6 weeks curriculum to youth entrepreneurship


    1 introduction to what is Youth Entrepreneurship and why is it more important in 2010s than ever before


    My fathers life work editing youth economics at The Economist suggests worldwide youth need to understand the following future history challenges of 2010s: (each worth a week's study)


    From keynes pro-youth economists are those who behave as if they know that a place can only grow if capital is structured so that family's savings invest in next generation out of that place- but will global capital be structure that way ahead? or will it be taken over by keynes greatest enemy "the macroeconomist" who hires himself out to richest, most speculative or most political?


    From Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues hosted in The Economist since 1972 (see first survey The Next Forty Years) we know that the systems war of integrating mass and digtal media introduces these critical issues (each meriting a week's module)


    week 2 challenge 1 will multi-win models be designed  (way above zero-sum) so youth can innovate with million timss more collaboration technology? will we joyfully take economics beyond the industrial era's scarcity models of consuming up things to knowhow models which multiply value in use? what are the compound opportunities and threats of a) going borderless and b) embracing communications death of the cost of distance; how will society license 21st C (bottom up and open) professionals to be experts in preventing externalisation instead of 20th C's experts in externalisation


     Did we learn the right lesson when usa withdrew licence from Andersen to audit due to being worst of big 5 global accountants in ability to transparently audit sustainability exponentials and unseen wealth). andersen partners lived in a zero-sum value added world-  they believed the more billions they were worth to global businesses however much goodwill they lost with cheatin local societies that billions +0= billions; even these hard-nosed managers might have made less badwill decisions if they had correctly model value multiplication. If you zeroise trust of society you will eventually becoe worth billions*0=0. More examples of this maths at and


    weej 3 challenge 2 : explore reasons of norman macrae's first book journalising net generation (published 1984) and its maps of why 30000 microfranchises would need to be searched out- that is community service solutions that are replicable wherever life critically needed and where value is mainly or wholly retained in community of production;; how did this connect with schumacher's 2 million global village world as the only way to design a planet where next baby born anywhere has a fair chance to grow up healthy and productive


    week 4 challenge 3 what millennium goals are only intended as PR and which ones will we invest in youth of net generation achieving? how do you audit whole global and local secors purposes for responsibility of achieving the milennium goal sector is most relevant to?; which millennium goals can unite all 4 hemispheres , different cultures, rich and poor?  - for example how does defintion of purpose of education as "learning a living" fit into celebrating this heroic time


    understanding phases of net generation's first 30 years since 1984 and why we are all now ever more urgently being confronted by irreversible opporunities and threats of 2014-2024

    the open versus the closed tech movements' -what people like joi ito at
    mit media lab mean by saying we've seen moores law apply to silicon capacity but we havent yet seen it viralise the apps all societies most collaboratively need


    the job creating versus job reoplacing movements of what info technology is for


    understanding what organsiitional change is really neeed if net generation is to be responsible for innovating more new knowhow than whole of human history


    searching out top 100 collaboration leaders sho still believe 2010s can be worldwide youth's most productive, sustainble and heroic time 


    searching out a public mass broadcaster who represents the people's good news empowering bottom up community which is where the contextual integration of all sustainability challenges begins or ends


    week 6 what are some of the most exciting experiments liberating 2010s as youth's most productive decade:

    moocs themselves

    youth entrepreneur competitions including those that prize youth re-editing missing schools

    what can we learn form south africa's free university movement animated around mandela partnerships operationally coordnated by the blechers with some economic publicity help from eg branson and some tech help from eg google africa


    peer to peer movements

    maps of educational netwrks that are celebratuing learning a living


    massively debating results from community broadband experiments

    listing gamechangers for norman's other 7 wonders beyond education - eg cashless banking is a game chnager of financial services and it also celebrates the queestion: who can best start a currency chain so that it invests in youth

    contratsing where princuples of pro-youth economics are exactly opposite way round from economics that doesnt value youth's futures

    why norman considered since 1975 asian economics as core to sustaining worldwide youth centry 1976-2075- with particular foci on 3 countries whose economic models he was most curious about: japan, bangladesh, china

    1:16 pm est 

    Sunday, May 30, 2010

    Breaking News - Collaborations sought Yunus Microeconomics Glasgow Summit July 4
    Muhammad Yunus is coming to Glasgow for 48 hours between July 3-5

    we are arranging:
    microcreditsummit with 300 adam smith alumni and other microeconomists - basically since keynes professionals have known

    that only economics rules the world's systems - SO as these 2008 debates of yunus first social business book show, the $64 trillion dollar question is: will globalisation be ruled by

    • macroeconomics of the wall street kind that will ultimately pauper and big brother us peoples everywhere or
    • microeconomics that integrates communities by co-creating 7 billion good jobs that lead to a knowledge networking age of humanly extraordinary productivity and sustain an order of magnitude more health and wealth - provided we unite round ending poverty and solving other potentially worldwide system failures

    70th birthday wiishmaking sessions for Muhammad Yunus

    Launches of platforms aimed at making Glasgow one of the best twin cities with Dhaka (the city en route to all sustainability capiyals)

    THE TIME IS NOW (Last chapter yunus new book Building Social Businenss)
    help charter key dates in the 2010s which yunus calls humanity's most exciting decade - the one where we race to regain sustainabilioty of peoples, communities and planet - compare that with the 1960s which only had a race to the moon - rumor has it that dr yunus sees london olympics 2012 as the greatest stage ever mediated where a fringe expo of social businesses on how our interactions can sustain the earth may be of far more enduring significance and exciting momentum than the spectator sports. Come on BBC discover that you are the peoples world service- potentially the most exciting social business in broadcasting , the jewel in the crown of UK and global sustainability economies. We need you to be proactive before Euro tsunami reigns over us all

    more info chris.macrae
    skype isabellawm   - association of family foundations

    2:58 am edt 

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