welcome to partners in publishing world record book job creation, millennials rehearsals since 1972

Tour 1 top 12 job creators of 2015

Kim 1 2

Soros 1 

Abed 1 2

Yunus 1 2

W4E 1 2

AsM 1 2

AfM 1 2

AmM 1 2

Blecher 1 2 

Samara 1 2

Gandhi Family 1 2

Lee/Ma1 2

Questions at PovertyUni.com and future of economics.com

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Why 4 of greatest investors in POP "Preferential Option Poor" solutions?: If you want to massively openly or locally create jobs you need to study where poverty trapped people into jobless places (eg without electricity,water or communications, until mobile connectivity ,,). POP 1-2-3  is the greatest way of valuing the poor 1 world class practitioner goes to live with poor 2 she or he not only adapts her practice and its training but aims to understand poverty's failed systems; 3 she celebartes with peers (educators and alumni) belief that it is to be a sin not to prioritise apps of modern technology to poorest life critical solutions 

POP proven to sustain inter-generational health care systems built from nothing over a third of a century and been the reason why Catholic goodwill makes economic and social good sense across Ameriucas for alf a centur, and currenty out of Rome

 

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Why women and 3 borderless millennials networks of sustainability exponentials

Half the world are under 29. But so-called 20th C democracy gave under 29's less than 10% of decision-making power over the future the less so if you be female or poor. The good and bad news of today's species-defining sustainability crisis: all te solutions are out there but by definition they need microfrancsihsng across poorest communities . These 4 networks can empower sustaonability- all the biggest decision-makers in the world with their separated auditing cannot. Play trillion dollar audit game of wicever is te global market whose cocial value maters most to you and your peer networks

coming soon -white epaper on its not economical for communications to be worlds biggest market with 25% of all time and money spent  nless iwww values  millennials and smarerst open learning ever

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Why educators determined to make www the smartest livelihood creating media

 After 12 years of researc stimylated by seeing stduents test early open elarning networks in 1872, The Economist's curriculum of Entreprenurial Revolutuon was written up in the book The 2025 Report. Conclusion millennails swill be ssutainable if and only if te www is desigend as smarterst open education media. Celebrate 175th anniversary of mediating systems to end poverty in 2018

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More references from  The Games at World Record Book of Job Creation.doc,  Unacknowledgedgiant.com Special resource started in 1962 : The Economist End-Poverty Archives Celebrating 2015 UN Womens Empowerment Week April 2015 -featuring half a century's leadership of Asian Pacific www century mapping

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World's biggest MOOC asks: If real estate expertise is about location, location, location
could 3rd millennium citizen engagement be about jobs, jobs, jobs.? If so will we peoples need to innovate beyond this conflict with
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test top 12 alumni network connectors of world record jobs spring 15 -queries DC mobile hotline 240316 8157Kim/Farme Rome POP Soros myUNusLABFazle Abed Mandela Extranet  Yazmi's 5 billion women4empowermentAsiasM  AmericasMAfricasM  Lee-Ma 

 

Jim Kim (Youth) World Bank DC -alumni web ? sharing prosperity Q to youthworldbanking.com Impacts of greatest public health servants

thanks paul farmer 

Sir Fazle Abed - BRACDhaka

George Soros - OpenSoc & INETe Budapest NY London -web

Muhammad Yunus millennials greatest twin-capitals jobs-olympics?   Grameen MediatorDhaka,BransonAtlanta-trust banking for 51% w1 YCap Diary

 

AROUND WORLD RECORD JOB CREATION IN 80 SECONDS 
Kim and Sir Fazle  believe that good health and open education develop strong economies and safe banking not vice versa;  

.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................womenuni.com This is roughly what we understand needs to come first in celebrating curriculum of POP (Preferential Option Poorest) In an ideal world we would have already demonstrated the simplicity of the 5 billion person elearning satellite channel so that we could have been trusted by now so the sources at origin could edit this in every local context

MAPPING 4 HEMISPHERES - THE OLD RICH VERSUS YOUTH'S 3AS Posted by isabella wm on February 26, 2015 at 6:52amView Discussions

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Asian Millennials Keynes & Kim  Asians vote MA as net and millennial social movements #1 laureate

Women4Empowerment

How do world's poorest women build health service networks? BRAC health net,  ..Kim health net

African Millennials

Americas & Euro Milennials

 prioritise women and youth valuations of what borderless livelihoods and sustainable communities are for;  they agree with keynes that uniting the human race to end poverty is the most exciting goal in the world of 2015-2030 ..berners lee on internet at 25

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 Population statistics show that Youth's 3A's Asia Africa and Americas (South Central) are where millennials most need to be valued if sustainability and end poverty are to be productive goals of #2030now and #2015now

Unfortunately the segment of old and rich who make most money by extracting and externalising are leaving nothing sustainable for youth, These old rich lurk in all the NW territories which culturally ordered new world citizens mother tongues and faiths

 And doubling today's geopolitical  tragedies, these old rich typically lurk at the top of decision-making power on what used to make sense as democracy and legislature until mass television turned almost every politician into a partisan soundbite instead of a public servant

QUEST FOR THE BORDERLESS KEYNSIANS

Across much of the worlds of South and East  1945-1970 saw a long overdue rush by nations' peoples to claim independence and so the development need to empower practices of community-grounded entrepreneurship. 

It is now possible to see that the deepest development thinking on sustainable public servant system design  came in the late 1960s out of South Americas particularly Peru and Columbia. This has been called Preferential Option Poor (POP) : see book In in the company of poor - Google Search- its dna appears to have been a modern rendering of what Saint Francis (Franciscan monks and Order of Clare Nuns) first started to network in 1208 out of Asisi.

Fortunately the Brazilian version of this public service trust creed was applied to teaching by Paulo Freire 

Moreover this (together with neighboring examples of Gandhi Montessori) inspired two Bangladeshi Muslim entrepreneurs of grassroots empowerment (trained out of Glasgow and Van Der Bilt at the time of black american liberation). The compass of their experimental lab for regenerating humanity was the bottom up independence of rural villages that had been excluded from every kind of infrastructure necessary for being productive in industrial age . Their networks which started in 1972 a year after that nation's independence evolved in under a decade around the greatest undervalued communal human resource the world has ever seen - te livelihoods of poorest village mothers. By 1978 Soros, who was later to be first investor in mobilising bangladesh 2,1 from 1996, started investing in South African Black youth - today all of that joyful convergence links in round The Mandela Extranet, Celebrating this among Nobel Peace Laureates was postponed in 2014 due to a riw between china and the Dalai Lama but can yet be staged out of Atlanta Nov 2015 as a pen-ultimate event in 2015 millennilas suatainabililty summit year (Climate being billed as the ultimate celebration Paris December 2015) 

Gandhi Family -city montessori lucknow

-real school and family loving city-wide revolutions

Elearning platforms: khan (san francisco), yazmi (african and asian continent satellites), OLC DC ...

Missing curricula Blecher 1 & south-african global partners; mandela elders, branson, google...

The web's 2 most amazing connectors - berners lee and mit (boston)   alumni , MA and china's sustainable business networks

 - and the unique entrepreneurial revolution purpose that the net generation has first ever chance of celebrating. However they are also deep cultural realists aware of systemic risks of racing to a borderless world as George Soros has often been earliest to help peoples map through open society and rethink economics from ground up- yunus is change world's most cheerful concept brainstormer making many creative agents of the mass tv era look flatfooted. We seek to mediate empowerment  3 millennial groups and women - valuing the 2030now pro-youth governance drivers of accountability,  transparency and collaboration. Open education is the greatest of all open source opportunities. The bottom row links into 4 entrepreneurial revolutions of job creating education that Norman Macrae Foundation with Economist readers and leaders and youth  has been debating since 1972 when we first saw students experiments with elearning networks (UK National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning)

 HIP HIP AMERICAS

It seems that it took another decade before a practice professional started applying the scaling of PoP in the Americas. Paul Farmer may have been the most trusted youth entrepreneur ever- and is certainly health service partnering's most extraordinary agent. Originally from MA and FL his teenage enthusiasm started adopting Haiti as the most inspiring place to serve, and studying the anthropology of POP. From 1982-1987 he commuted between Haiti where he was developing a rural health lab and Harvard where he was taking his medical degree. On accomplishing this in 1987 he invited like minded youthful POP spirits to join him in Partners in Health. This is were JIm Kim joined up. The next 25 years of development of the global social value of Partners in Health is the most exciting case of public health service developed ever open sourced. Unlike such rushed post world war 2 cases as UK National Health Service, this service had to be built from nothing other than the love of medical networkers. There was never going to be a next generation in haiti or peru or rwanda capable of bailing out the debts of designing an unsustainable health service. So Paul's partners in health needed to build replicable and sustainable community microfranchises -what they call beyond aid to accompaniment of  the Poor

 25 years into scaling Partners in Health with epic service innovations like ending outbreaks of MultiDrug Resistant Tuberculosis and its fueling of HIV,  Jim Kim was asked to head the World Bank to see which other practice professionals and millennial alumni he could inspire with the POP model of sustainability and end structural poverty. A year later the second Pope in living memory to be inspired by POP, started his crusade to help youth and public servant leaders liberate the poor. The prior example being how Pope John Paul 2 had helped liberate his region especially Poland around 1979.

In 2014 Ebola appeared, and exponential risks of failing to value the basics of a healthy human species dawned all over the world  at the same time. Peoples started asking Kim and Farmer to accelerate investments in spreading community capacity through every scaleable empowerrnent channel that a digital world can now be celebrating whilst grounded in real local practice. 

2015 has been billed as the greatest year of summits celebrating sustainability millennials. If this is to move beyond dreams (and Public Relations) to empowered reality then we need to beam to people of the world simultaneous social action good news of the curricula of POP empowerment practice by practice -

and so celebrate its validations through empowering global social value of any professional practice worthy of youth's collaborative knowledge networking and  joyfully energised lifetimes

Help us list which world class practitioners of POP youth need to search out and link to 2015now 

Health - the cases of Paul farmer from 1982-7

Health as a basis of pre-digital networking and "microcredit" to end poverty BRAC (and grameen)

Mobile technology to empower women to network missing infrastructures -investment, communications of life-saving knowhow, clea energy ... since 1996 currently mapped by women4empowerment

Public service's whole truths - those that translate into their own culture the POP demonstrations heroically mediated by Pope John Paul 2 and Pope Francis, and potentially Nobel Peace Laureates who youth ambassadorial summits Rome organises annually

...which and where else?

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Welcome to UG partners in publishing World Record Book and Games of Job Creation and epicentre of associate partners  (eg worldclassbrands.tv valuetrue.comworldeconomist.net, wholeplanet.tv) started in 1988 after Norman Macrae's 40 years of trying 1  2  to edit world leading and net generation views on ending poverty at The Economist

Queries on where our Scottish (eg U of Glasgow)  diaspora social movements of sustainability are being linked to 3 billion millennials are most welcome - number 1 gudided inspirations of 2014 - Jim Kim Paul Farmer, George Soros, Pope Francis, Noah Samara, Taddy Blecher - with special thanks to every millennial of Mandela wherever you may be  -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com washington dc region usa =1  .. 301 881 1655 - ps bravo to brac , partners in health 1 2, and doctors without borders for being the 3 most globally social valued collaboration networks of 2014

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Welcome. Back in UK of 1972 my first employer was national dev proect computer assisted learning. Dad The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and I started rehearsing
the Entrepreneurial Rvolution of the net generation and The World Record Game of Job Creation became our favorite  (non-trivial pursuit), Dad passed in 2010 but the game has taken on new energy wherever people recall the future history now most popularly known as #2030now  Notes 1 2 on greatestgamehumanseverplayed.ppt greatestgamehumanseverplayed.ppt  , and Scottish Diaspora Genes (next submission to Journal of Social Business) questions welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

twitter partner MYunusLab Blog Partner YoutCreativeLab Face Fan Club Partner Muhammad Yunus Remembrance Kit : Consider Bangladesh economic miracle of vilage moters networks ending poverty

Recent Diary Date UN 19 Nov: 2014-2024 Girl Empowerment and Millennials most exciting decade when Little Sisters networking ends Big Brotherdom 

 is stopping ebola harder than ending death of mothers at childbirth, and 6 other wonders of health2015now

.#yazmiwomen is our most valuable hash for entrepreneur week nov 16-22 cos women are most socially undervalued and yazmi offeres freedom of voice to 5 billon people -whats your hash of week chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
http://innovations.ning.com/forum/topics/positively-infectious-teachers-medics-and-bankers-us-community ..
Naila Husain Chowdhury with Madam Ban Soon Taek,.First Lady of the United Nations.. UN HEAD QUARTER, NEW YORK SEPT 2014 Chris Macrae shared Naila Husain Chowdhury's photo.1 min · 
www.women4empowerment.org is one of the 2 most reachful networks I have ever explored with 20 years of knowledge of mobile partnerships with village mothers ending poverty- yesterday was my first visit to the head office of http://www.yazmi.com - its reach is 72% of the world. -education's beam me up scotty so to speak -these sorts of networks make the game of the world record book of ob creation ever more interesting to play -rehearsals at http://unacknowledgedgiant.com..
  Publishers of World Record Game of Job Creators The GG Book of World Record Job Creators sample october 2014 jobs agent newsletter : worldclassbrands.tv 1989 host of  Little Sister vs Big Brother debate- will the two turn of the millennium generations invest 7 billion beings lives in smartest open or dumbest closed media and educational systems

 To play the game : which are top 12 alumni webs your teenagers could learn most from? to improve game's sources, vote for next summit in diary of youth capitalism eg oct 14 #ruralstrong georgetown

Try our 12 links - then swap in or put your choices -queries welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

health 

education

water 

 

 

Jim Kim (Youth) World Bank DC -alumni web ? sharing prosperity Q to youthworldbanking.com Impacts of greatest public health servants

thanks paul farmer 

Sir Fazle Abed - BRACDhaka

George Soros - OpenSoc & INETe Budapest NY London -web

Muhammad Yunus millennials greatest twin-capitals jobs-olympics?   Grameen MediatorDhaka,BransonAtlanta-trust banking for 51% w1 YCap Diary

 

AROUND WORLD RECORD JOB CREATION IN 80 SECONDS 
Kim and Sir Fazle  believe that good health and open education develop strong economies and safe banking not vice versa;  

 


Asian Millennials Keynes & Kim  Asians vote MA as net and millennial social movements #1 laureate

Women4Empowerment

How do world's poorest women build health service networks? BRAC health net,  ..Kim health net

African Millennials

Americas & Euro Milennials

 prioritise women and youth valuations of what borderless livelihoods and sustainable communities are for;  they agree with keynes that uniting the human race to end poverty is the most exciting goal in the world of 2015-2030 ..berners lee on internet at 25

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Gandhi Family -city montessori lucknow

-real school and family loving city-wide revolutions

Elearning platforms: khan (san francisco), yazmi (african and asian continent satellites), OLC DC ...

Missing curricula Blecher 1 & south-african global partners; mandela elders, branson, google...

The web's 2 most amazing connectors - berners lee and mit (boston)   alumni , MA and china's sustainable business networks

 - and the unique entrepreneurial revolution purpose that the net generation has first ever chance of celebrating. However they are also deep cultural realists aware of systemic risks of racing to a borderless world as George Soros has often been earliest to help peoples map through open society and rethink economics from ground up- yunus is change world's most cheerful concept brainstormer making many creative agents of the mass tv era look flatfooted. We seek to mediate empowerment  3 millennial groups and women - valuing the 2030now pro-youth governance drivers of accountability,  transparency and collaboration. Open education is the greatest of all open source opportunities. The bottom row links into 4 entrepreneurial revolutions of job creating education that Norman Macrae Foundation with Economist readers and leaders and youth  has been debating since 1972 when we first saw students experiments with elearning networks (UK National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning)

 Co-blog 2030now : which are millennials most empowering networks - eg specifically health inclused frends of PIH, YPN- generally americas youth links of ticamericas, of MIT alumni

Keynes 2025Now -help! good news youth correspondents out of haiti, glasgow, budapest. paris, rome, tokyo, dhaka. singapore. lucknow, delhi, seoul, santiago, buenos aires, rio de janiero, panama,  new york, boston, johannesburg, nairobi, addis ababa and can you volunteer too? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk (linkedin)  or isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com (twitter)  -facebook microeconomics latest of 40 home towns washington dc

 Why are The joint winners of millennials Unacknowledged Giant Award 2015-2030 Jim Kim and Sir Fazle Abed?. It may sound contradictory to nominate the head of the largest NGO BRAC and the most humanly motivated bank for this award. But UG's Keynsian open systems/society valuation of ending poverty leads to this 2030now criterion: awareness by every job creating teacher and every person whose alumni web links in professionals aged 25-35By this criteria Jim Kim and Sir Fazle  are the most undervalued connectors of goodwill according to 43 years of searching for net generation entrepreneurial revolution - but we are always delighted to hear of your votes on what information you feel we have not seen - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - more on JK and FA

 

how did poorest women in world build

A01 BRAC health system,  ..K01

A02 BRAC education system, ..K02

A03 BRAC banking system . K03

Job creation case 

Y01Foundation of Grameen Bank

- good news in association with grameen.tv

B01 Bangladesh economical miracle

of 15 million poorest village

mothers grasssroots networking

-good news reporting with brac.tv andvaluetrue.com 

and womenuni.com 

  Extract from Millennials Goals' quarterly of Entrepreneurial Revolution - Year 43 Q2

 TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY TO YOUTHWORLDBANKING - WHY NOT JUST DO IT NOW

Jim Kim believes that 25-35 year old professionals are the most educated and connected the human race has ever invested in. His 2030now goals empower them to unite the most exciting human race: end poverty and end youth underemployment everywhere. download 1 (shared with massive open online collaborations such as curriculum of change the world)

The valuetrue quality of the market systems he searches for is demonstrated by his life's practice connections in the market of worldwide health services. Every human being from conception depends on - accessible health services so that nobody dies before their time. In developing countries, increasing life expectancy to that over countries enjoy is proven throughout history to an essential driver in sustaining economic growth (download for redesigning global health care co-authored with harvard's number 1 strategist michael porter and health's number 1 youth hero paul farmer). Jim Kim's life's work and experiences (from Korea to USA, fromRwanda to Haiti) echo all the talk he walks, as well as every pop star he invites to imagine all the people with him

ESSENCE OF HUMANITY?

JK's view that the number 1 role of 21st C public servants is to end inequality converges with the cross-cultural one the Pope stand up for and which links all Nobel Peace laureate summits that Romans stage with youth. Witness why and how peace generates strong economies not vice versa. Peace is not sustainable in a borderless world wherever extreme inequalities exist. This was first mapped by The Economist's valuation of the net generation in 1984. Its the simplest of whole truth mindsets of every hemisphere and races greatest spiritual heroes - be that Gandhi, Mandela, Luther King, anyone you choose who values quality of leadership as empowering human being from the bottom-up?

For the world bank's mission to collaborate with every parent's dream to sustain future generations,  continuous improvement and leapfrogging transformation will be needed these next 15 years to converge economic growth, public sustainability (empowering youth and women to track accountability, transparency and collaboration) and to urgently action 2030now socially out of every community and network - redesigning the purpose of any market exchange of productivities and demands that isnt being gravitated round freedom and happiness

Jim Kim's theories and practices are a win-win with all the world record job creators alumni of entrepreneurial revolution have been able to search since 1972's first opportunity for economists to observe how students experiment with elearning networks.

THE GAME OF WORLD RECORD JOB CREATION - unacknowledgedgiant.com

Partnering those with greatest resources and those with most urgent solution needs

KIM

ABED

SOROS

YUNUS

 

Empowering Net Generation's unique journey through millennials and women

Asian M

W4E

Africa M

Americas & ROW M

 

Open Learning C

Gandhi Montessori

Elearning platforms

Eg Khan, Yazmi, OLC .

Partnerships in missing jobs curricula - eg Blecher. Branson, Mandela Elders, Google Africa

Web of jobs:

Berners Lee MIT,MA China

DARE WE OPEN SOCIETY TO MEDIATE LITLE SISTERDOM OF MALALA INSTEAD ON BIG BROTHERDOM OF ORWELL?

 

Every pessimistic reasoning that post world war 2 amplified through the spread of tv's mass media - how it dumbed down or controlled round the big gets bigger and changed public service's focus from education and health to amassing arms (see eisenhower's warnings) - can be optimistically transformed if open society everywhere designs the internet to be the smartest job-creating educational media the human race has ever celebrated (join in club of rome and Nobel peace laureates invitation to twin job creating capitals of youth as more valuable to host than even the olympics or the world cup - http://youtcreativelab.blogspot.com . Weave post 2015 millennials' goals around such  open space technologies as:

youth summit

tedx

open learning campus

Ask that educators reread how mathematicians like Einstein and Von Neumann previewed open networking's greatest cultural risks and opportunities as one generation became responsible for chnaging the planet's sustainability

searching out, connecting and celebrating millennial professionals of every practice and every hemisphere aligned by valuing 2030now goals as both the human race's greatest purpose and the planet's sustainability opportunity

Contact chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc region 1 301 881 1655 if you might like to help friends of Unacknowledged Giants co-host a Norman Macrae Youth-Capitalism party or try out massive open sourcing any of our materials or action learning games and lost curriculum of MOOCyunus

 Top Youth Economics Questions of 2010s (alumn - Norman Macrae Friends and search duration)

which market sectors could be 10 times more youth economic -eg health, education, energy, media, public servants... (Entrepreneurial Revoution year 42)

how do we make youth jobs sumiits more impactful than the olymicks (University of Stars Year 13) 

 how do we colaborate around search for 30000 community-ssustaining microfranchises (2025 report year 31)

 

 PARTY EXAMPLES

 Can Atlanta become Youth and Yunus favorite international job creating capital - NMF minor co-sponsor of Nov 2013 - 24 mohth process to invite millions of youth to celebrate Cape Town October 2014 and Atlanta Nov 2015 with Yunus , 12 other Nobel Laureates Youth Action networks, leading regional families interests in youth futures including Luther King, Ted Turner and Jimmy Carter family. As the Mayor asks: why shouldnt youth job creating summits be more important social and economic events than Olympics? Ask Monica Yunus why not Brand Reality of I'd like to teach the world to sing? Its up to youth and job creating coaboration entrpreneurs everywhere to test this question -help survey connections of other Youth Summits and Citizen Chapters and RoyalAC:

 

  • YS 1 nobel; 2 worldbank (series 3 on from 2014 parterung UN); 3 G20Y;  4EU ; 
  • CC (eg 1A IN) -after 15 years onlibe studies of citizen chapters - which is your Caoital's most colaborative youth and citizne network in developing jobs and solving urgent social services through 30000 microfrnachsie hunt started 1984 or other joyful ways ahead
  • RAC - royal societies needed to support KhanAC, BlecherAC, FreeNursingAC -you tell us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 

 Fall 2010 Original party -with boardroom of The Economist and publishing leaflet of Yunus and Macrae including Norman's last article after 60 years bof diarising Youth capitalism and Entreprenurial Revolition across wholeplanet2012 Event celebrating Taddy Blecher- the first partbnership (eg Branson, Google Africa, egov ...) anywhere toi change a nation's educational content to include youth entrepreneur curriculu from kindergarten up with aim to make Johannesburg a twin capital of next billion njob creation Spring 2012 Event with japan Embassy in Dhaka - celebarting why Norman's 1972 quest for net generation ER and Banagldesh's bottom up networking started 1972 are the most joyful economic scripts and actions . Among 7 billion beings, well over half of those without  economic livelihoods live in Eastern hemisphere- whence the future of the 21st C generations depends on their win-win integration into wholeplanet Decmber 2012 event co-hosted by Princial of Glasgow University- what is the curriculum connection since 1758 of scholars of Adam Smith's moral sentiments, The Economist's 1843 founding to end hunger and youth entreprenurial movements of the net genration linked into since 1972?
  Games youth play to participate in future of capitalism and open education Game 1 - each quarter on road to atlanta 2015 help us virlaise a million youth postcards concerning one of youth and yunus 8 least known and most economic job creating ideas - case 1 the free nursing college (postcards 1 2   ) - related links go khanac nursing go  Game 2 - students from over 100 university towns across 8 states in USA have pitched hundres of ideas and part solutions- how do we connect the main practice areas that students want to develop commirty entrepreneur solutions with mentors and funds and open education training; how do we link parallel processes in other countries- the loss of community sustainability bkis a global vilage problem that all net generation youth can linkinto, and create both jobs and peer to peer training solutions around -see khan academy competition for which students can most lower costs of taraning nurses    

 

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.Search for Job Creating Universities #1 South Africa - Blecher partners

2 MIT .. videos from US's number 1 job creating lab of the mobile www era 

mit media lab videos http://www.media.mit.edu/video/researchGroups/

Biomechatronics 10 videos
Changing Places 3 videos
Civic Media 9 videos
High-Low Tech 3 videos
Human Dynamics 11 videos
Mediated Matter 2 videos
Personal Robots 13 videos
Software Agents 4 videos
Tangible Media 10 videos
Viral Spaces 14 videos
 
Historical/Archive Groups
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cashless banking mooc - www version 1 -emergent since december 2012

if you decide to develop on a MOOC on a related topic, lets see if we can partner - preparation of this MOOC is one of several processes in the convergent call for the world's first microeducationsummit

Norman Macrae Foundation www.NMfound.net 5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 N.Bethesda MD 20852Tel 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

www.microeducationsummit.com & www.considerbangladesh.com NMfound education and journalism projects since 2008; www.worldclassbrands.tv a NM found leadership valuation project since 1988 ...

 

cashless banking mooc - www version 1 -emergent since december 2012

1.0 prepare for last chance of banking purpose fit for sustaining society all over the world -getting cashless banking right

read The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant's last article (2008) - on how richer nations big banks failed to identify the internet's most affordable innocvations of cashless banking - read stiglitz article 2012 on turning back from the USA error of society serving bankers needs to bankers serving society's needs; read 1972 survey in The Economist - next 40 yeras : what would need to be locally integrated into coming globalsiation if worldwide finacial system not to collapse in 2010s

 

Why Cashless Banking and Where has it emerged so far?

Brainstorm possible Suggestions on how to make local banking 10 times more affordable now that electronic records replace manual bookeeping and most social customers of banking have online access either through affordable mobile, tablet or laptop

 

so far cashless bankiing has provide extraordinary value to people where very specific contexts have been locally most valuable

eg case 1in kenya since 2007? - mpesa's breakthrougth app was for citizens remitting money to rural areas- befrore cashless banking they had to search out someone trusytworthy to carry the cash by making several hundred mile journey from typically nairobi to poor rural family members hunderds of miles away - with mpesa cashless banking refers to all but the last mile- now the citizen relative buys mobile credit, this is transmitted by mobile phone to the rural relative, who finds an authorised merchant who translates mobile creidt oints back into cash- cashless bankings savings in such a process include no need for "the banker" to be handling any cash (the local merchant who already runs a cashshop does this); no need for the relative to have to ay for the physical transport of the cash

 

 

1.1 Affordable first apps depend on local, local and local

Affordable access depends on place - cases

Most affordable first use of cashless banking depends on most costly social needs of old banking -cases

 

1.2 - as you consider emerging cases : a most interesting question raised by cashless banking process is who should be alowed to start the cash points chain - a bank, a mobile telecom, another type of organisation

-prepare for debate on who starts a currency's credit chain by discussing conclusion from The Hobart Century by Norman Macrae - of the 100 economic problems and potential sollutions offered by the first 100 Hobarts, I find the most convincing to be the most radical - Hobart #70 by Nobel Laureate Professor F A Hayek: The Denationalisation of Money

 

 

1.3 which nation's governements will regulate the peoples affodable banking and which wilol be lobbied by big banking PR agents

-case network of 100 nations regulators - see issue 4 of 2011 innovations journal publshed by MIT

 

case banks with values

Global Alliance – For Banking on Values

Independent banks delivering sustainable development for unserved people

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    Yes - what The Economist was started 170 years ago to help society navigate through Industrial Revolution by asking what purpose of each emerging industrial market multiplies better futures for those who spend lifetime as producers of that market as well as those who make demands from that market

     

    Resources

    The Economist's Centenary Biography in 1943 evaluating its first century of successes and failures -eg an early success was to sack the majority of MPs who had become agents of vested interests including profiting from hunger and getting Queen Victoria to envision her role as changing from head of slavemaking empire to goodwill pursuit of commonwealth

     

    X's Context of Value Exchange

     

    Exercise - find out at least one thing that the founder James Wilson of The Economist did in each of his last 18 years of life from 1843 to 1860 -share what interested you most each year with a peer group who live around you and a virtual group.

     

     

    The Economist 2.1

    And - what The Economist launched as Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) dialogues in 1972 to help worldwide societies navigate post industrial revolution

     

    ER Recommendation 1 : don't let any person run a bank - let alone any politician regulate all your country's banks - unless they can pass an IQ test of Entrepreneurial Revolution's Major Exponential Opportunities and Risks

     

    After the first 10 years of ER dialogues, a primary question emerge for mapping how the first net generation could be worldwide youth's most productive time - what are the 2 dynamics that have empowered our whole human race to exponentially advance simultaneously

     

    1 Access to Cleaner Energy

    2 Participation in knowledge networking where knowledge is defined as that which multiplies value in use unlike things that get consumed up

     

    IF we can celebrate education that iteratively (better still recursively) helps youth explore these 2 dynamics everyone gets an opportunity to cross-culturally integrate why the net generation can personally productive and communally sustainable time ours species and nature have ever interacted.

     

    Exercise - define iteratively and recursively? Which definition has been proved by mathematicians to describe a capability that humans have which computers don't?

     

    IN ORDER for youth, teachers and governments to win-win-win in new job-creating education, The Economist suggested debating the most exciting new millennium goal that elders could invest in inviting youth of the net generation to co-produce. The most value multiplying goal was identified to be to end poverty in the sense of ending the world of the 20th century in which one out of 3 communities that babies were born into provided next to no chance to a health and wholly productive life

     

    CALL FOR MICROEDUCATION SUMMIT

    What ER processes of education can we identify so that elders help yout co-produce the most exciting goals ever adopted by our species

    -student entrepreneur competitions?

    MOOCS?

    Free education for those whose peer networks are motivated by what purposes other than profit-taking

    ">

    2.0

    DO GOODWILL MULTIPLYING ECONOMISTS EXIST?

    Economists whose purpose is to help societies design financial services (purpose of banking) to mediate the goals of ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth through a generation of revolutionary growth potential

     

    The Economist 1.0

    Yes - what The Economist was started 170 years ago to help society navigate through Industrial Revolution by asking what purpose of each emerging industrial market multiplies better futures for those who spend lifetime as producers of that market as well as those who make demands from that market

     

    Resources

    The Economist's Centenary Biography in 1943 evaluating its first century of successes and failures -eg an early success was to sack the majority of MPs who had become agents of vested interests including profiting from hunger and getting Queen Victoria to envision her role as changing from head of slavemaking empire to goodwill pursuit of commonwealth

     

    X's Context of Value Exchange

     

    Exercise - find out at least one thing that the founder James Wilson of The Economist did in each of his last 18 years of life from 1843 to 1860 -share what interested you most each year with a peer group who live around you and a virtual group.

     

     

    The Economist 2.1

    And - what The Economist launched as Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) dialogues in 1972 to help worldwide societies navigate post industrial revolution

     

    ER Recommendation 1 : don't let any person run a bank - let alone any politician regulate all your country's banks - unless they can pass an IQ test of Entrepreneurial Revolution's Major Exponential Opportunities and Risks

     

    After the first 10 years of ER dialogues, a primary question emerge for mapping how the first net generation could be worldwide youth's most productive time - what are the 2 dynamics that have empowered our whole human race to exponentially advance simultaneously

     

    1 Access to Cleaner Energy

    2 Participation in knowledge networking where knowledge is defined as that which multiplies value in use unlike things that get consumed up

     

    IF we can celebrate education that iteratively (better still recursively) helps youth explore these 2 dynamics everyone gets an opportunity to cross-culturally integrate why the net generation can personally productive and communally sustainable time ours species and nature have ever interacted.

     

    Exercise - define iteratively and recursively? Which definition has been proved by mathematicians to describe a capability that humans have which computers don't?

     

    IN ORDER for youth, teachers and governments to win-win-win in new job-creating education, The Economist suggested debating the most exciting new millennium goal that elders could invest in inviting youth of the net generation to co-produce. The most value multiplying goal was identified to be to end poverty in the sense of ending the world of the 20th century in which one out of 3 communities that babies were born into provided next to no chance to a health and wholly productive life

     

    CALL FOR MICROEDUCATION SUMMIT

    What ER processes of education can we identify so that elders help yout co-produce the most exciting goals ever adopted by our species

    -student entrepreneur competitions?

    MOOCS?

    Free education for those whose peer networks are motivated by what purposes other than profit-taking

    ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2011-20 : Remembering Norman Macrae




     

    Number 1 in Economics for Youth

    The unacknowledged giantcelebrate unacknowledged giant

    dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter MYunusgeorgesoros bernerslee michael palin

    Timeless ER from The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant (aka dad Norman Macrae) A b c ;;1997 a;;; 1983 a ;;;1976 a b;;; 1972 a ;;; 1962 a 1956 a - correspndence with optimistic rationalists always welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

     

     

    Norman Macrae Foundation Map Leaders of Job Creating Economics

    cashless banking mooc - www version 1 -emergent since december 2012

    if you decide to develop on a MOOC on a related topic, lets see if we can partner - preparation of this MOOC is one of several processes in the convergent call for the world's first microeducationsummit

    Norman Macrae Foundation www.NMfound.net 5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 N.Bethesda MD 20852Tel 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    www.microeducationsummit.com & www.considerbangladesh.com NMfound education and journalism projects since 2008; www.worldclassbrands.tv a NM found leadership valuation project since 1988 ...

     

    cashless banking mooc - www version 1 -emergent since december 2012

    1.0 prepare for last chance of banking purpose fit for sustaining society all over the world -getting cashless banking right

    read The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant's last article (2008) - on how richer nations big banks failed to identify the internet's most affordable innocvations of cashless banking - read stiglitz article 2012 on turning back from the USA error of society serving bankers needs to bankers serving society's needs; read 1972 survey in The Economist - next 40 yeras : what would need to be locally integrated into coming globalsiation if worldwide finacial system not to collapse in 2010s

     

    Why Cashless Banking and Where has it emerged so far?

    Brainstorm possible Suggestions on how to make local banking 10 times more affordable now that electronic records replace manual bookeeping and most social customers of banking have online access either through affordable mobile, tablet or laptop

     

    so far cashless bankiing has provide extraordinary value to people where very specific contexts have been locally most valuable

    eg case 1in kenya since 2007? - mpesa's breakthrougth app was for citizens remitting money to rural areas- befrore cashless banking they had to search out someone trusytworthy to carry the cash by making several hundred mile journey from typically nairobi to poor rural family members hunderds of miles away - with mpesa cashless banking refers to all but the last mile- now the citizen relative buys mobile credit, this is transmitted by mobile phone to the rural relative, who finds an authorised merchant who translates mobile creidt oints back into cash- cashless bankings savings in such a process include no need for "the banker" to be handling any cash (the local merchant who already runs a cashshop does this); no need for the relative to have to ay for the physical transport of the cash

     

     

    1.1 Affordable first apps depend on local, local and local

    Affordable access depends on place - cases

    Most affordable first use of cashless banking depends on most costly social needs of old banking -cases

     

    1.2 - as you consider emerging cases : a most interesting question raised by cashless banking process is who should be alowed to start the cash points chain - a bank, a mobile telecom, another type of organisation

    -prepare for debate on who starts a currency's credit chain by discussing conclusion from The Hobart Century by Norman Macrae - of the 100 economic problems and potential sollutions offered by the first 100 Hobarts, I find the most convincing to be the most radical - Hobart #70 by Nobel Laureate Professor F A Hayek: The Denationalisation of Money

     

     

    1.3 which nation's governements will regulate the peoples affodable banking and which wilol be lobbied by big banking PR agents

    -case network of 100 nations regulators - see issue 4 of 2011 innovations journal publshed by MIT

     

    case banks with values

    Global Alliance – For Banking on Values

    Independent banks delivering sustainable development for unserved people

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      Resources

      The Economist's Centenary Biography in 1943 evaluating its first century of successes and failures -eg an early success was to sack the majority of MPs who had become agents of vested interests including profiting from hunger and getting Queen Victoria to envision her role as changing from head of slavemaking empire to goodwill pursuit of commonwealth

       

      X's Context of Value Exchange

       

      Exercise - find out at least one thing that the founder James Wilson of The Economist did in each of his last 18 years of life from 1843 to 1860 -share what interested you most each year with a peer group who live around you and a virtual group.

       

       

      The Economist 2.1

      And - what The Economist launched as Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) dialogues in 1972 to help worldwide societies navigate post industrial revolution

       

      ER Recommendation 1 : don't let any person run a bank - let alone any politician regulate all your country's banks - unless they can pass an IQ test of Entrepreneurial Revolution's Major Exponential Opportunities and Risks

       

      After the first 10 years of ER dialogues, a primary question emerge for mapping how the first net generation could be worldwide youth's most productive time - what are the 2 dynamics that have empowered our whole human race to exponentially advance simultaneously

       

      1 Access to Cleaner Energy

      2 Participation in knowledge networking where knowledge is defined as that which multiplies value in use unlike things that get consumed up

       

      IF we can celebrate education that iteratively (better still recursively) helps youth explore these 2 dynamics everyone gets an opportunity to cross-culturally integrate why the net generation can personally productive and communally sustainable time ours species and nature have ever interacted.

       

      Exercise - define iteratively and recursively? Which definition has been proved by mathematicians to describe a capability that humans have which computers don't?

       

      IN ORDER for youth, teachers and governments to win-win-win in new job-creating education, The Economist suggested debating the most exciting new millennium goal that elders could invest in inviting youth of the net generation to co-produce. The most value multiplying goal was identified to be to end poverty in the sense of ending the world of the 20th century in which one out of 3 communities that babies were born into provided next to no chance to a health and wholly productive life

       

      CALL FOR MICROEDUCATION SUMMIT

      What ER processes of education can we identify so that elders help yout co-produce the most exciting goals ever adopted by our species

      -student entrepreneur competitions?

      MOOCS?

      Free education for those whose peer networks are motivated by what purposes other than profit-taking

      ">

      2.0

      DO GOODWILL MULTIPLYING ECONOMISTS EXIST?

      Economists whose purpose is to help societies design financial services (purpose of banking) to mediate the goals of ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth through a generation of revolutionary growth potential

       

      The Economist 1.0

      Yes - what The Economist was started 170 years ago to help society navigate through Industrial Revolution by asking what purpose of each emerging industrial market multiplies better futures for those who spend lifetime as producers of that market as well as those who make demands from that market

       

      Resources

      The Economist's Centenary Biography in 1943 evaluating its first century of successes and failures -eg an early success was to sack the majority of MPs who had become agents of vested interests including profiting from hunger and getting Queen Victoria to envision her role as changing from head of slavemaking empire to goodwill pursuit of commonwealth

       

      X's Context of Value Exchange

       

      Exercise - find out at least one thing that the founder James Wilson of The Economist did in each of his last 18 years of life from 1843 to 1860 -share what interested you most each year with a peer group who live around you and a virtual group.

       

       

      The Economist 2.1

      And - what The Economist launched as Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) dialogues in 1972 to help worldwide societies navigate post industrial revolution

       

      ER Recommendation 1 : don't let any person run a bank - let alone any politician regulate all your country's banks - unless they can pass an IQ test of Entrepreneurial Revolution's Major Exponential Opportunities and Risks

       

      After the first 10 years of ER dialogues, a primary question emerge for mapping how the first net generation could be worldwide youth's most productive time - what are the 2 dynamics that have empowered our whole human race to exponentially advance simultaneously

       

      1 Access to Cleaner Energy

      2 Participation in knowledge networking where knowledge is defined as that which multiplies value in use unlike things that get consumed up

       

      IF we can celebrate education that iteratively (better still recursively) helps youth explore these 2 dynamics everyone gets an opportunity to cross-culturally integrate why the net generation can personally productive and communally sustainable time ours species and nature have ever interacted.

       

      Exercise - define iteratively and recursively? Which definition has been proved by mathematicians to describe a capability that humans have which computers don't?

       

      IN ORDER for youth, teachers and governments to win-win-win in new job-creating education, The Economist suggested debating the most exciting new millennium goal that elders could invest in inviting youth of the net generation to co-produce. The most value multiplying goal was identified to be to end poverty in the sense of ending the world of the 20th century in which one out of 3 communities that babies were born into provided next to no chance to a health and wholly productive life

       

      CALL FOR MICROEDUCATION SUMMIT

      What ER processes of education can we identify so that elders help yout co-produce the most exciting goals ever adopted by our species

      -student entrepreneur competitions?

      MOOCS?

      Free education for those whose peer networks are motivated by what purposes other than profit-taking

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        ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2011-20 : Remembering Norman Macrae




         

        Number 1 in Economics for Youth

        The unacknowledged giantcelebrate unacknowledged giant

        dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter MYunusgeorgesoros bernerslee michael palin

        Timeless ER from The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant (aka dad Norman Macrae) A b c ;;1997 a;;; 1983 a ;;;1976 a b;;; 1972 a ;;; 1962 a 1956 a - correspndence with optimistic rationalists always welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

         

        from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk please help in 2 ways -nomination of collaboration 100; testify to world's largest public broadcasters such as BBCthat this survey needs their mediation now

        Intercapital searches for replicable youth eonomic franchise

        .Japan

        Bangladesh

        In search of Unacknowledged Giants (UG) - a few of our favs: MY

        Can we help your national spirit host an Unacknowledged Giant party - UGs have actioned something huge through a lifetime of chnage at the community level,  and are well known in their own nation but are not normally the talk of global celebrity channels. Norman Macrae  Family Foundation parties have been designed so that eg Japanese economists celebrate Sir Fazle Abed as continuing the deepest impacts of asian pacific worldwide centiry that Japan started up in the 1960s and have brought the s, african free university movement founder to within walking distance of Westminster's parliament

         

        What do business leaders gain from being alumni of student entrepreneur competitions

        2012 overall winner - what if you never needed to recharge your mobile because (your body's) thermal heat kept it charged can alumni of different student entrepreneur competion interconnect to impact youth and national employment2012 best at presenting: what if solar carts ended the carbon wasted by baggage being tugged all over an airport what would happen to the economy if youth entrepreneurs were celebrated as ,much as youth sportsmen- or indeed if both celebrated each other

        Can 12 years of collaboration entrepreneur knowledge linked in by over 100 historically blaxk universities help put USA youth back to good works

        In 2012-2013 we are helping bring Unacknowledged Giants to five us states where 1000 students are congregating in job creating entrepreneur competitions - if you can help the impact of this in N Carolina, DC, Virginia, Maryland and Oregon please contact chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk of phone dc hotline 301 881 1655 - inquiries also welcome if you want to help free  university students to job creaye in your country or state.

        This site  The Web 

         

        Norman Macrae's life work at The Economist was dedicated to helping people advance the human lot through media and measurements  

        worldclassprojects 2012.1 royal brainstrust on future of media- deadline month before olympics london - media people have a responsibility not only for mediating a war of words, but that between goodwill and badwill networks- Geoffrey Crowther's war time diary clarifies purpose of global media during The Economist's 1943 centenary : It is still possible by social action to create a world of justice, freedom, fraternite and material welfare. In this great caravan, the journal of opinion if it be humble and honest has its place. The Economist has stayed with the caravan for longer than most. It hopes to stay a great while longer..

         
         

        ...............................................................................................................................................................35 year newsletter of  Entrepreneurial Revolution networkers

         

        2010S EXCITING & FUTURE SHOCKING DECADE

        . In spite of many macroeconomic models out that deny entrepreneurial revolution intelligence, we have over 100 examples of total failure of multibillion dollar organisations caused by ignoring one or more of these 3 simple principles. However Big your organization is liable to implode at any given quarter unless

         

        All knowledge co-workers are constantly asking who in the world would uniquely miss what we didn’t exist

         

        Leaders and governance must constantly checking whose expectations of uniqueness are we most abusing – if you wholly lose the trust of anyone whose community is impacted by your organisation value multiplication models show quickly you can be zeroised (eg Anderson believed value was additive so that even if it brought down society’s valuation of it to zereo it was worth increasing the billions it was worth to business stakeholders however creative the accounting- in reality )*billions =) not )+ Billions)

         

        Equality of opportunity is expressed by leaders structuring organisations round the knowledge economy reality :  projects are the new innovation lifeblood. Smart leaders make an open market of projects inside the organisation so everyone can have a transparent chance to innovate. Those projects that are chosen for next stage of value multiplying organisation’s purpose need to be chartered fairly so that if they don’t work out they are entrepreneurially failed fast rather than divert more and more resources to something that the organisation cant win at. In an age where more and more innovation projects are co-created by networks of partners those who are valued most as partners are those who are most experienced at iterating next steps in emotionally intelligent ways and transparent entrepreneurial valuation.

         
        You may have met at dad's (Norman Macrae) remembrance party (the first meeting of friends of Unacknowledged Giants -one of 100 subnetworks of Entrepreneurial Revolution 1976-2010 co-created by leaders and readers of pro-youth economics) at The Economist boardroom Nov 2010  July's Featured ER Network, World Class Brands (est 1988) asks:

        After News of World - Can global media ever be trusted to be economic again? World Class Projects 1 of 10.

        More on 2012.1 at EconomistLeaks
        Emerging projects
        2011.1 Can Bangla Microcredit solve Youth Job Crisis across Europe - deadline Queen Sofia hosted summit near Madrid Nov 2011 -idea 1 prpposed summer 2009 by Queen Sofia - why not try out JB mobile youth model; 2 why not ask IMF to ask macroeconomists to change their theory in line with bankabillion's 10 times lower transactional costs? 3 why don't cameron and sarzoly share ideas about how to turn dormant accounts into youth microcredit or social business funds; idea 4 can you spot what's wrong with this legal network's choice of partners to advocate microcredit as solution to euro job crisis; references other royals supporting Bangla Microcredit include : Luxembourg, Monaco ..
        2012.2 Emperor of Japan invites pro-youth world to join in investment structure of Green Social Business Stockmarket; seconded in UK by Ashden Awards (judges represent inter alia royal family, BBC and UK's leading billanthropists); Royal Geographical Society; British Council worldwide youth climate champions - rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv  if your country has a supporting ER network 

        Dear JforH: Is either part of your weekend aug 6/7 or 13/14 free to plan this project if I come over to London from DC?

        Clearly one of my dad's 2 life missions shared with all his leaders and readers networks is: to debate what is purpose of media? 
        Clearly: The News of the World in 2011 is that the uk has reached treachorously new bottom levels of actioning journalists for humanity!
        more on royal brainstrust and league table of 10 most exciting projects of 2011-12 at http://worldclassprojects.net

         

        BREAKING NEWS -lets help make UK world's most respected centre of media not its trash dump

        help make this first draft zing a bit more -reference last year's isabella-cast

         NOT MY NEWS OF THE WORLD.....................................................................................................................................
         
        Hello young people everywhere from Tunisia to Egypt , Greece to Spain , Japan to Bangladesh .  

        Don’t despair. The 2010s can be the most exciting decade for us to lead productive lives as long as we know which media and economics to get rid of, as well as whose social actions to joyfully celebrate.

        That was the severe test my granddad set himself and fellow journalists for humanity - over 40 years of reporting for The Economist.  And that’s why Norman Macrae also asked people like me to storytell his life’s good news fables once a year after his parting in the summer of 2010.

        Every time the dumbest media in the world collapses that is a good news opportunity. In Britain this weekend youth have cause to celebrate the end of The News of The World . Wrapped up in the 20th century’s most popular tabloid was everything we don’t need  advertisers to celebrate as young people take on the greatest sustainability games ever played.

        Let’s hope the BBC in particular remembers that as it chooses how to celebrate the Olympics – Queen Elizabeth’s swansong for the joy of youth, commonwealth and linking in sustainability community actions everywhere.

        The News of the World made the worst use of mobile telecoms of any media platform. Since Norman first discussed how to network with mobile telecoms in 1984 his entrepreneurial revolution friends have had 27 years searching for best uses.

        We recommend nothing is more exciting to mobilise than what started in 1996 in Bangladesh when 100000 global villages hubs of the world’s poorest mothers started linking in sustainability economics. We invite thousands of youth to diarize good news stories of info technology at YouthandYunus.com  - this happy dotcom is spelt

        Y O U T H A N D Y U N U S

        Lets hope the world’s most powerful people join youth in exciting lessons on how NOT to use mobile phones. Give the Murdoch family the chance to invite the net generation to co-create good news media in the place of the most salacious gossip sheet in his empire. The strongest newspapers have always blended whole truth journalistic curiosity with at most a couple of goals chosen to improve the next generation’s lot.

        YES YOU CAN

        Lets help the Murdoch’s make their millennium goals wish come true.  Let it be that their family re-examine how their most powerful media can help youth celebrate another way to bail out banks. Join Queen Sofia's summit on this in Spain in November.  It is economically possible for media to help find a way in which youth are not trapped in picking up all the bills of their elders. As we all found out in 2008, this remains the urgent and defining good news story of the decade –the one that will shape generations and planet, for ever and a day.

        Good News Bottomines:

        1 Places everywhere now need structures that mediate investments in their youth’s co-production of heroic goals.

        2 Consider how stories of bankabillion networks can be designed round girl power are so much more joyous than banking designed for ever fewer big brothers.

        3 Bon courage Rupert Murdoch, Au Revoir Norman Macrae

         

        chris macrae

        http://normanmacrae.ning.com/

        wash dc 301 881 1655

         

        You can test out how to connect with maps of networks of the 2 most revolutionary entrepreneurial microeconomists as we have spent a lot of the last 5 years helping to link ideas oif norman macrae with action projects of muhammad yunus and the 100 leaders who most want to invest in heroic youth goals  

        Legend: during the 3rd quarter of a century Norman's main way of connecting people was with books and surveys and 2000 leaders written in The Economist. Their lessons are typically indicated in grey font in sldie below and archived at http://normanmacrae.ning.com  Then he started launching interactive Entrepreneurial Revolution networks after his Xmas Day Survey 1976 in The Economist - the 10 most active in the exciting 2010s are indicated in red- for more detailed gude to this map - skype chrismacraedc mentioning you want to discuss who's Entrepreneurial Revolution who. In dad's last 3 years he chatted a lot with Muhammad Yunus and came to reason that nobody wanted to help invest in youth most exciting goals more than Yunus.

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        Rising Exponential Valuation Case 1bis : Q How much is sustainability’s most exciting network of partnerships’ worth to net gen and youth of 2010s? A$27, $2.7 bn current mckinsey estimate,    $27 trillion ...
        • YUNUS asked what value multipliers of liberating productivity of world’s poorest women and of ending digital divides
        • Munro asked what’s value multipliers of liberating productivity of worlds most abused youth?
        • Norman asked in 1984 what’s the value multipliers of the internet : his answer it can be within a generation 10 times more than humans have ever produced but only if Changing economics
        • Sam asked what’s the value of congress empowering M-Goal solutions to sustainable communities greatest needs : hunger, jobs, credit
        • you can ask of any context that matters most to families how much more human productivity can we connect through value multiplication's win-win-win models ...

        1 Around 1960 dad wrote a book : what is the purpose of capital markets? He concluded investing in the next generation of peoples of a place (or other massive allegiance to each other). By 1972 his survey of the next 40 years in The Economist was warning that if we designed a globalisation that forgot this expoenetial rising purpose of capital markets, global financial systems would collapse in serial bubbles.

         

        2 Over the next 2 years Britain redesigns how dormant accounts at banks are invested (Big Society Bank). The government is providing 40MyPlaces across the country for youth to incubate social businesses that sustain communities. 23 of the world's largest corporate brands are intended to celebrate this magic regeneration of youth as their contribution to the Olympics Games - to be a celebration between London and worldwide youth, as well as Queen Elizabeth's legacy of commonwealth

         

        3 Opinion leaders who are getting this first include princess anne, prince charles, Lord sainsbury's eldest daughter. If the invitation to Yunus to be genius microeconomist for big society bank is made now, ireland, spain etc can develop a similar model with dormant accounts in time to demonstarte it as queen sofia's microcreditsummit in november;  as well as use Frances Danone Communities model that not only celebrates French Youth but the sustainability purposes of water and milk. Other global corporate partners of grameen -especially those exploring the poor's most exciting uses of infotech - can help answer how to make 2010's youths most productive and sustainable decade, as well as help the world search out and celebrate superstars of sustainability and end poverty

         

        4 BBC world service journalists can be embedded in how these sorts of stories are co-created with the joy of economics that compounds games that go way above zero sums and colaborate across borders. Von Neumann knew this would be the game that determined whether computers were good for the human race or not ... 

         

        Unlike consumption of things knowledge focused around vital action learning multiplies value in use. Moores law's annual doubling is moving on from capacity of silicon chips to social business mediation - what degrees of separation will death of distance brings down first.

         

        5 What nations' peoples wouldnt want to join in trying out this joyful economics once its youthful rehearsals on a worldwide stage are there for people in every global village to see, and try co-creating.

         

        For 23 years since The Economist's survey Year of the Brand, world class brands have asked the question what purpose would the world miss if ours didnt exist. Lets just answer this question now starting with

        what would world miss without freedom of voice of Yunus pro-youth economics?

        what would would world miss if global grameen partners dont empower youth and first net generation to make 2010s the most exciting decade?

         

        3 WEEKS AGO IN DHAKA - one last question emerged:

         Can we meet at Grameen in Dhaka - or elsewhere - before the end of March to clarify how top spread this good news story? This week a journal of this joyful economics is being posted to 3000 leaders of dr yunus choice and shared with another 3000 youth. As the final chpater of social business book 2 which my family helped  sample to 1000 colaboration networkers of Yunus identified: The Time is Now. Will you be there? 

         

        chris macrae usa  301 881 1655

        Would Your City or Millennium Youth Goal Publish a Special Issue of Yunus Journal of Social Business? When would be most exciting 2010s moment for your world citizens?



        http://socialbusiness.crowdmap.com/reports

        SLBS SO THE 3rd world war is about banking - quelle surprise!

        the plot as hubs of unacknowledged giant   can observe it:

         

        16 november big banks were asked to leave real microfinance to communities at  summit in india

        so they are now starting  dirty tricks campaign against the real microcredit models

         

        having played with 500 asynchronous student-psychologist internets since 1973 in leeds (Uk national dev program of computer assisted learning), by 1984 dad and I were convergent in forecasting: 2010s would be the mother of all media & economics wars; the good news is this world war doesnt need kill anyone; the bad news is if we (our generation) lose it we end up at best in george orwells globalisation and more likely with humans extinguishing planet in under a century;

        PROFESSIONS & UNSEEN WEALTH

        what bothers me a bit about compound risk is that top ranked maths people of 20th c - einstein, von neumann etc all knew about communications technology's perfect storm - cant find one such maths guy who does know it now- dad and I keynoted at a 2003 centenary of von neumann in Greenwich - could not find one maths academic who wanted to map this challenge

         

        (say if you want me to laser dads greenwich speech);

        21st  always was the time for cross-cultural system understanding to grow up - huh?

        HOW STRANGE IT IS THAT WHAT ECONOMICS SPINS DEPENDS ON SUCH RANDOM EVENTS

        IF James had access to oral rehydration (thanks to BRAC the other great bangladeshi grassroots networking solution ) ; so more than 9 months to reform english empire economics in calcutta in 1860 then we certainly would be having microcredit world wars in 2010

        Monday, November 3, 2014

        Next Submission to Journal of Social Business

        55 Years Homework: 2015 Start of The World's Most Exciting Human Race  by chris.macrae
         
        The year is 1960. The invention of the personal computer is 20 years away, and a trans-hemisphere phone call is hundreds of times more expensive than in 2015  After 13 years at The Economist my father Norman Macrae had developed an impudent hypothesis that became core to his life's work. The West no longer has any sustainable (inter-generational) models for freeing market sectors with the greatest social value such as healthcare. 
         
        The hypothesis was based on tracking a lot of information-  from the birth of the UK National Health Service to being the only journalist at Medina where the European Union was conceived. Most of all there was the Saint James' institution of The Economist's Friday lunch. Any leader passing through London is invited to drop by to share an off-the-record dialogue on entrepreneurship's  and public servants' and peace's most extreme innovation challenges.
         
        When my father died in 2010, obituary writers kindly hailed an unacknowledged giant with an unique brain as a future historian and a Keynsian-Scottish economist culturally attuned to founder James Wilson's 1843 goal of mediating an end to hunger and an end to the industrial revolution's capital abuse of youth. My father would have agreed those were the topics he masterminded in curiosity, but he would have said seeing more open society information than anyone else was his uniquely productive privilege. It resonated as the rising exponential value multiplier in all his friendships and alumnis' 21st C maps of ending poverty and celebrating pro-youth economics
         
        Intuitively he saw that Western tv broadcasting had accidentally been spun round fear's most socially destructive dynamics. The one time a government (if it is designed round public servants) has a valid right to keep secrets is during a world war. You can't announce the news of: we are sending our troops to XXX. But this dismal top-down mindset ruling over broadcast media was to spin on post 1945 as a curse on the West and most of the then richest nations.
         
        We Create What We Want.
        We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
        We achieve what we want to achieve. 
        We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
        We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
        We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
        We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
        Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
        Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
        Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
        They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
        The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
        Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
        Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
        Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
        Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” 
         
        By 1972 Norman's hypothesis was launched as "a pro-youth jobs creating curriculum" of Entrepreneurial Revolution and Norman finding that Keynsian "end poverty" economists were being culled by the world's biggest organisations and most of the 0.1% of richest men,  now preferred to sign himself as a future historian. To start to understand why, reread the last 3 pages of Keynes General Theory. Mix in the emotional intelligence of spending last days as a teenager navigating airplanes in ww2 over modern-day Bangladesh , Norman 's survival, as a mid 20th Century youth, was also blessed with timing of being in the last class Keynes tutored at Cambridge .
         
        Back from the future urgency was stimulated in 1972 as   Norman had become obscenely interested (more on this positive facet of revolutionary mindsets in Norman 's retirement biography of Johnny ) in observing early student experiments with digital learning networks. Accidentally the UK National Development Project for Computer Assisted Learning was to be my (Norman Son's) first job after postgraduating from Corpus Christi Cambridge in Statistics.
         
        Also history's then greatest  10-year collaboration goal ever set and achieved - the race to the moon in a single decade- had just raised the whole of humanity's spirit indicating once-in-species-evolution opportunities of what can happen when man and computer interface.
         
        Given Norman 's experience of the economics of media, debating with anyone he could reach the new millennium's birth of the net generation and opportunity to design  global village networking  as the greatest change our human race had ever enjoyed became father's life mission. By 1984 his fieldbook on what could go right if we invested in net generation youth as 10 times more productive and sustainable than ever before was available for all to debate. Over the next 8 years several countries ending with Sweden updated their own future histories of the net generation with Norman 's joy of intergenerational entrepreneurship..
         
        Unlike what spiralled round the West's fearsome climate of inconvenient truth, Norman delighted in searching out Eastern economic miracles through the second half of the 20th century. From 1962 (to the scorn of most of the Western establishment) his surveys in The Economist uniquely valued his mortal enemy as a teenager - Japan . He celebrated  zero-defects quality systems as world changing -. He valued Emperor Hirohito as the most transformative of warmakers turned cross-cultural peacemakers. In his love affair of world citizens of The Eastern hemisphere, he enjoyed an internationalist Scottish advantage: marrying the daughter of the Scottish lawyer who spent 25 years mediating change out of Mumbai with Mahatma Gandhi - Sir Kenneth Kemp's last job being writing up the legalese of India 's Independence .
         
        Indeed, without the Japanese post-war years the computer telecommunications age would have been retarded  as  would other lift-offs  of the East and all four hemispheres. Norman also saw the expatriate Chinese as the greatest traders with their megaports and later metacities. By 1976 Norman was mapping how China would be pivotal to the how the millennial generation won or lost sustainability.. Again what Norman 's sense of numbesr saw was guided
        1)      by 1975, Chinese Expatriates were already the 3rd richest population on the planet;
        2)      by the mid 2010s ,the majority of millennials would be in the East - so it would be best if the West  celebrated every possible collaborative innovation with China .
         
        Note how the greatest investment opportunities of the knowledge networking economy relate to abundant win-win models because truly actionable knowhow multiplies value in use unlike the way that the industrial revolution's consuming up of things was chained around zero-sum scarcity analysis (of one side only wins big in credit (currency) and so-called gross national productivity if another side loses and becomes the biggest debtor)
         
        Ironically Norman was a bit late to spot the greatest pre-digital age miracle - Bangladesh 's innovation of how to end poverty for villagers with the least. This started up one year after the 1971 birth of the world's poorest nation with BRAC a bottom up grassroots networking model who partnership brilliance was destined to make it the largest NIG and the greatest open society template for ending poverty and empowering women and youth to interact millennials' goals
         
        Dad spent his last 7 years trying to rectify the omission of Consider Bangladesh , and his family continue such curiosity searched through remembrance parties and publishing youth-journalised youtubes such as those made summer 2008 into 10000 student dvds and the collaboration web yunus10000.com. Normans 85th and last public birthday wish party was a tad prematurely convened in Londons ' Saint James around Valentines Day 2008 -the birthday of Norman 's granddaughter and the newsworthy peak of Yunus bestseller London Tour of :"creating a world without poverty- social business and the future of capitalism". Through November 2008 to Glasgow University's first Remembrance party of Norman on 4 July 2010 (also Yunus 70th birthday wish party), Norman supported every call to linkin Adam Smith scholars out of Glasgow University with Dr Yunus. This had begun with rejoicing that Yunus keynoted the 250th anniversary of Adam Smith publication of moral sentiments, and was cheered on by Scotland 's then richest man Sir Tom Hunter (who had already given a hundred million mainly for Bill Clinton to Summit globally out of New York ).
         
        LAST CALL FOR CELEBRATING 2030NOW AS THE MOST EXCITING TOME TO BE ALIVE
         
        Unfortunately the West has overshot all the main warning signals of how to humanly design globalisation written between 1972 and 1984 including these projections:
         
        By the start of the 21st C man will recognise differences in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations as his greatest risk
         
        In the 2010s the global financial system will collapse unless economists are more transparent about the extraction and externalisation conflicts that have been exponentially accelerated in the way they have ruled since world war 2
         
        So transforming systems that are too big to exist has become part of every worldwide youth's journey to sustainability. JUst do It now or forever after hold your peace.
         
        This World Record Nook of Job Creation invites you to collaborate in the last way back to sustainability of our human race that we can think of - but yes that is an invitation to share with us other last ways out of the Orwellian Big Brother scenario which comrade Einstein was to rate as 90% likely to be the endgame of  that one generation -Yours and Mine - simultaneously being more connected by technology than separated.
         
        We base our cataloguing of job creating solutions that can be replicated across open societies on a game of searching 12 world record job creating social movements. You can join in the game by viewing o ur maps and then re-editing them according to what World Record Job Creators you edit in or out. We welcome your correspondence and will endeavour to note all Job creation findings at valuetrue.com Empowering millennials and particularly girls across hemispheres requires a lot of investment and love but what makes World Bank Jim Kim's millennials timeline #2030now more exciting than  any other space race is that  the window of opportunity to believe in human work as more valuable than computers' is still free for 7 billion beings to unite round.


         

        4:27 pm est 

        Thursday, October 30, 2014

        1 the greatest youth entrepreneur compettion

         Greatest YE competition

        I used to think this was designed round the 25 year process of developing entrepreneur competitiions at MIT boston - the number 1 job creating univestity 1,0 

        However  since 27 October 2014 the idea that heads of state cross a continent (the americas) would celebrate a youth entrepreneur game was explained to me- the fourth of a triennial series takes place early April 2015 -what I love about this is the supporting network is there for before and after mentoring. This is the greatest innovation aid  and empowerment of millennials has ever seen. And it partersn nicely with youth summits and teds and open learning campus and the 5 billion person elearning satellite. There's no reason why it should be replicared for every millennial network

         

        more 

        6:48 pm edt 

        Monday, October 20, 2014

        Pre and Post Digital Greatest Job Creating Ideas

        -in case of green energy we have combined category because logistics suggest green most simpkly valued when mapped as the ultimate bottom-up collaboration networking opportunity

         

        Agriculture

        Green energy water waste

        Health

        Models, Capital, Innovation alumni

        Safety mediation & public service

        CropSci

        Eg Borlaug

        Big data mobilised small producer

        Grameen solar energy model

        NHS concept but not always how it spun

        Global Health value Chain bencmarking

        Bangla MF1

        Triple Banking

        Bkash to MF1 plus MetaMFran1

         

         

        Rice Sci

         

        Other solar-energy-billion models

        Grassroots health networks as pre-requisite to MFI or nation building:

        BRAC, PIH

        Mobile and open source health categories

        Yunus Microcredit

        Puddle and kiva schools

         

         

        Diaspora Marketed

        Eleni Market

        Biogas ovens

        World leading end disease networks- eg end tuberculosis

        ILABs

        Plagues etc

        proactive risk prevention

         

        Jamii Bora

        IHUB

        Usahidi direct open tech world trades

         

         

        Vitamin Veg Garden at rural bank and school

         

        Any indsutry with future can go zero-carbon in half a generation -interface

        Best of kind health-specific

        (eg aravind end blindness)  microfranchises -eg aravind for

         

         

        Polak 20 bottom-up multi

         

         

        Farmers markets networks

         

        Microenergycredit

         

         

         

        MetaMF portfolios non-bank led

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

        Free Nursing College

        Free Nursing college 2.,1

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

        Education

        Pre-Digital

        Post-Digital

        Bridging and leapfrogging

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

        12:57 pm edt 

        Saturday, October 18, 2014

        African Diaspora Invitation - Can you collaboratively match Ethipoia's 5 gamechanging cases presented to world record job creators
         if you connect a capital city's african diaspora and have between 1 to 5 gamachanging cases you believe the world and particularly african millennials need to be celebrating amon job creating entrepreneurs - pelase contact me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - here is a benchmark case - Ethiopia largest Africa Diaspora Washington DC - the cases,  and efforts needed to link in to where they can scale the most good 
         
        hi folks there's a lot of hot stuff fall 2014 that I thought matches many of ethiopia's and millennials most practical interests - the question is will our diaries ever linkin before it cools down or is crowded out with cases that have huge greenwashing budgets- to win we have to be ahead of teh curve, and be better at collaboration actions

        1 on ultra good trade cafe formats- this group out of new york seems to be ahead in community building though obviously not in terms of deep coop relationships Events - Cafe Grumpy -tebabu is the diary known  for dc's visit by Tadesse Meskela   UN review
        Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU) -facebook

        IF so shouldnt we have been in touch with grumpy cafe before then; also sai has a lead to oregons most active ultra good trade group in coffee -oregon (andrew aquaponics, sai also home state of grameen intel) and fiona's new hamsphire and devin's/chelsea/kate's alabama  and ryan's north carolina offered rural youth entrepreneurs most exciting solutions across the yunus interstate challenges - since it appears agents of yunus have no intention of linking in these solution streams - can we do better?
         
         
         
         
         
         
        2013 Winners and Finalists
        Community Track: Student Track: First Prize: $4,200 Agua Inc. Bret Steiman (Durham, NH)Kris RollerPedro Thomas Delgado Ortiz
         
        Preview by Yahoo
         
         

        2 Ethiopia is frankly missing the biggest opportunity ever to become as world famous in youths eyes at ending poverty as anywhere -you have a prize of reaching 5 billion people with millennials votes of most most replicable end poverty and #2030now  cases but its not being organsied around yazmi in time to partner any massive youth summit  
         
         
         
         
         
         
        yazmi "5 billion" - Google Search
        Search Options Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year All results Verbatim About 11,500 results yazmi www.yazmi.com/ ‎ Cached
         
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        3 I think that for USADBC to be something I can iderstand it needs to get back to first of all making sure it briefs everything gamechnaging either out of Ethiopia or which Ethiopians are willing to be big data connects mobile partnbers supports for. So why dont we just do a one page brochuer:
        tebabus models'

         

        2 stefanos models
        3 yazmi model
        Dr. Eleni Gabre-Madhins model. is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eleni LLC, a newly formed company with equity investments by Morgan Stanley, IFC, and 8 Miles Fund, that is positioned to be the industry leader in designing, building, and supporting the operations of commodity exchange eco-systems in frontier markets. The company’s business model is to deliver exchange turnkey projects on a Private-Public Partnership (PPP) basis. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the founder and former CEO of the highly acclaimed Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX), which she founded and managed from 2008 to late 2012, successfully trading $1.2 billion annually after 3 years of operation. A globally recognized thought leader on agricultural commodity markets and African development, she has held prior roles at the World Bank, the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, and UNCTAD in Geneva

         

        5 etiopian diaspora Intent  to mobilse african diaspora to help grameen intel and IFAD Rome find best partners for its work across Africa

        Those are the five I  most want to remember first if someone says how is ethiopia helping milennaisl chnage the world ( of course I am happy to be told if there others that merit being in that league- then lets map which us cities are which other african diaspora big in and can we get them to nominate their list of milennail gamechangesr

        4 I am never going to know practical chapter and verse on africa or agriculture but I need something (eg above brochure) I can put in front of conference goers on agriculture and sustainability which they wet themselves seeing 

         
         
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        Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative | Rural Entrepreneursh...
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        chris  macrae  301 881 1655 washington DC

        1:31 pm edt 

        African Diaspora Invitation - Can you collaboratively match Ethipoia's 5 gamechanging cases presented to world record job creators
         if you connect a capital city's african diaspora and have between 1 to 5 gamachnaging cases you believe the world and particularly african millennaisl ned to be celebrating amon job creating entrepreneurs - pelase contact me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - here is a bencmark case - Ethiopia largest Africa Diaspora Washington DC - the cases and efforts to link them in where they can scale the most good 
         
        hi folks there's a lot of hot stuff fall 2014 that I thought matches many of ethiopia's and millennials most practical interests - the question is will our diaries ever linkin before it cools down or is crowded out with cases that have huge greenwashing budgets- to win we have to be ahead of teh curve, and be better at collaboration actions

        1 on ultra good trade cafe formats- this group out of new york seems to be ahead in community building though obviously not in terms of deep coop relationships Events - Cafe Grumpy -tebabu is the diary known  for dc's visit by Tadesse Meskela   UN review
        Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU) -facebook

        IF so shouldnt we have been in touch with grumpy cafe before then; also sai has a lead to oregons most active ultra good trade group in coffee -oregon (andrew aquaponics, sai also home state of grameen intel) and fiona's new hamsphire and devin's/chelsea/kate's alabama  and ryan's north carolina offered rural youth entrepreneurs most exciting solutions across the yunus interstate challenges - since it appears agents of yunus have no intention of linking in these solution streams - can we do better?
         
         
         
         
         
         
        2013 Winners and Finalists
        Community Track: Student Track: First Prize: $4,200 Agua Inc. Bret Steiman (Durham, NH)Kris RollerPedro Thomas Delgado Ortiz
        Preview by Yahoo
         

        2 Ethiopia is frankly missing the biggest opportunity ever to become as world famous in youths eyes at ending poverty as anywhere -you have a prize of reaching 5 billion people with millennials votes of most most replicable end poverty and #2030now  cases but its not being organsied around yazmi in time to partner any massive youth summit  
         
         
         
         
         
         
        yazmi "5 billion" - Google Search
        Search Options Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year All results Verbatim About 11,500 results yazmi www.yazmi.com/ ‎ Cached
        Preview by Yahoo
         

        3 I think that for USADBC to be something I can iderstand it needs to get back to first of all making sure it briefs everything gamechnaging either out of Ethiopia or which Ethiopians are willing to be big data connects mobile partnbers supports for. So why dont we just do a one page brochuer:
        tebabus models'

         

        2 stefanos models
        3 yazmi model
        Dr. Eleni Gabre-Madhins model. is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eleni LLC, a newly formed company with equity investments by Morgan Stanley, IFC, and 8 Miles Fund, that is positioned to be the industry leader in designing, building, and supporting the operations of commodity exchange eco-systems in frontier markets. The company’s business model is to deliver exchange turnkey projects on a Private-Public Partnership (PPP) basis. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the founder and former CEO of the highly acclaimed Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX), which she founded and managed from 2008 to late 2012, successfully trading $1.2 billion annually after 3 years of operation. A globally recognized thought leader on agricultural commodity markets and African development, she has held prior roles at the World Bank, the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, and UNCTAD in Geneva

         

        5 etiopian diaspora Intent  to mobilse african diaspora to help grameen intel and IFAD Rome find best partners for its work across Africa

        Those are the five I  most want to remember first if someone says how is ethiopia helping milennaisl chnage the world ( of course I am happy to be told if there others that merit being in that league- then lets map which us cities are which other african diaspora big in and can we get them to nominate their list of milennail gamechangesr

        4 I am never going to know practical chapter and verse on africa or agriculture but I need something (eg above brochure) I can put in front of conference goers on agriculture and sustainability which they wet themselves seeing 

         
         
        image
         
         
         
         
         
        Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative | Rural Entrepreneursh...
        What is the Challenge? Who is Eligible? Rules and Procedures Calendar and Timing     Upcoming Webinars Apply HereRural Entrepreneurship Challenge   Tw...
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        global social georgetown agriculture OR rural - Google Search
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        chris  macrae  301 881 1655 washington DC

        1:29 pm edt 

        Friday, October 17, 2014

        modjtaba and I thought you didnt reply to my emails these last 3 years becuase you were in Iran! 

        a wee bit to catch up on now that 20 years after soros first funded  mobile connected women  their most urgent networks advise me that yunus post 2010 is a fundraising storyteller and sir fazle abed is  the most connected person to bank on as the real solutions replicator, and since 2012 jim kim has also cleared out of dc all the nonsense usaid, ashoka and microcreditsummit used to greenwash especially with such boston health 2.1  publications as this of kim, farmer and porter on sustaining global health

        can I start by introducing you to yokoi's in tokyo -where could the 4 of us first meet if you three decided there was enough in common to value that; 2015 is a battleground between massive youth summits of greenwashing and massive youth summits that will achieve #2030now ; in terms of the world's largest corporate brands those unite in jobs summits twin capitals as being more valuable to co-host than the olympics are worth saving- youth and women need to boycott all other corporate brands ans superstars
         
         
         
         
         
         
        #2030now - Google Search
        Search Options Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year All results Verbatim About 106,000 results Tweets about #2030now hashtag on Twitter https://twitter.com/hashtag/2030now ‎
         
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        atsu and hiro - modjtaba is most culturally literate man I have ever met who also began adult life leaving iran to train as a doctor in paris sorbonne but after stints in china and canada  spent most of his tome in japan translating cultures and knowledge eg as a min host of kyoto summits until getting involved with global reconciliation medical networks started after 9/11 out of melbourne by medic and mathematician paul komesaroff and from 2003 global reconciliation being the other summit where peace laureates met youth and gandhians; by 2007 he was working for aga khan institute in london and was main coordinator of my fathers events with yunus launching social business out of uk and by gaining from seeing a month earlier what americans didnt understand about yunus- modjtaba got 90 minutes on a train from new york to philadelphia explaining which catholics did and didnt get yunus message  fortunately the current pope is from the branch that gets public servants number 1 job is ending inequality- something hugely relevant today if rome is going to help youth converge 3 things:
        changing governance
        changing clean energy
        changing youth interactions with peace summits
        changing health systems

         


        the yokois are sons of the former president of toyota who made his career out of building toyota in indonesia- they are connectde with adul latif networking of end poverty across middle east because that network made its wealth through being the toyota franchsie; hiro works with medical school in tokyo university; his view appears to be similar to me to jim kim at the world bank -only 24-35 professionals can get millennials' goals solutions back on track and medical ones need to lead this because of both the risks and the fact that abed, kim, farmer, porter, and soros have worked through global health value chain most coherently; however they dont fully understand that mobile experiment with women villagers clarify that quarter of a billion best jobs for village girls would come from nearly free nursing education at every level

        sir fazle abed does understand this - thats why he is bored with separated millennium goals and says if we had the one educational and internet-designing goal of healthy jobs for every village girl then all the rest of the millenium gaols would either look after themselves or make bad banking, bad governments and dirty energy powerhouses look so massive ridiculous that young world citizens would unite in taking down their systems simultaneously

        he doesnt put it that way but he chooses partnerships in ways that make brac the largest and most collaborative ngo because it values that mission

        chris macrae washington dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc  chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
        copublisher of world record book and games of job creation

        ps 10 years after my presentation of the need to merge university of stars and global university of poverty at delhi GR summit-jim kim's tedx did that last week linking in apple's nigeria ambassador for its Beats headphone brand and then there is the little matter of media lab 2.1 - what to put on the elearning satellite that can reach 5 billion africans and asians yazmi - this is the number 1 topic for discussion wherever people most value brac and the bangladeshi's 43 year open learning curve to ending village poverty and building health, education and jobs creating banking systems from nothing
         
         
         
         
         
         
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      • From: Modjtaba Sadria <modjtaba.sadria@>
        To: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> 
        Sent: Friday, 17 October 2014, 7:00
        Subject: Re: hi could you tell me emial of modjtaba sadria

        Dear Chris,


        Good to read you, an happy to see you high spirit.
        I am still in Melbourne, and just created Austrian Centre for West and Central Asian Studies.
        Now looking for some funds to start effectively.
        Wishing you all the bests,

        Modjtaba
        9:52 am edt 

        Thursday, October 16, 2014

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        connection Kim  AbedSoros Yunus W4E  Ma BlecherElearn  Gandhi schools
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        Branson latest news on Bteams clarifies close partnership with yunus and others (eg south african partnership with free university of Blecher and elders of mandela - note south africa was the second home of the world's other great peace educator gandhi

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        OUR MISSION

        To catalyse a better way of doing business for the wellbeing of people and the planet.

        The B Team is a not-for-profit initiative formed by a global group of leaders to create a future where the purpose of business is to be a driving force for social, environmental and economic benefit.

        The B Team includes Sir Richard Branson, Kathy Calvin, Arianna Huffington, Mo Ibrahim, Guilherme Leal, Strive Masiyiwa, Blake Mycoskie, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, François-Henri Pinault, Paul Polman, Ratan Tata, Zhang Yue, Professor Muhammad Yunus and Jochen Zeitz. Mary Robinson and Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland are honorary members of the team, representing People and Planet.

        Working with a global community of advisors and partners, we seek to catalyse a Plan B for business, to ensure the wellbeing of people and planet.

        We will focus on execution and action, accelerating and amplifying others' efforts by undertaking specific challenges where our collective voice can make a difference.

        The B Team Founders and Co-Chairs are Sir Richard Branson and Jochen Zeitz. They are joined by supporters who make up the Founders' Circle, including Derek Handley, Kering/PUMAVision, Strive Masiyiwa, Joann McPike, One Young World, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and Virgin Unite (initial incubator of The B Team).

        12:29 pm edt 

        Sunday, October 12, 2014

        which texs in next 12 months will most build on ending poverty tedx of world bank

        D'Banj, Singer and UN Ambassador for Peace
        D'Banj 
        Singer and UN Ambassador for Peace

        D’Banj was born as Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo in the Northern city of Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria to an artillery Officer and a church dignitary who hailed from Shagamu in Ogun state. Although D’Banj was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps and join the military, at age 14 he picked up a more peaceful weapon: the harmonica, which belonged to his older brother, who tragically died in a plane crash at age 17. He taught himself to play the harmonica and became more involved in music. His song "All The Way" is about the struggles he has faced with his parents over his chosen career. He adopted the elegant, almost French-sounding name "D’Banj," a combination of his first name Dapo and his surname Oyebanjo. He has recorded songs with established artistes like Kanye West, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Big Sean, and Actor Idris Elba. He has won numerous awards, including Best African Act – 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards, Best African Act -2011BET Awards, Best African Act-2012 MTV Europe Music Awards, 2014 World Music Awards-Best Selling African Act with his Top 10 Hit Oliver Twist. In his Humanitarian role as Ambassador for One.org he successfully organized over 2 million signatures for the Do Agric Global Africa Campaign. He is Ambassador for Nigerian Agricultural Entrepreneurs and was recently appointed Nigeria’s first UN Youth Ambassador for Peace.

        Jim Yong Kim, President, World Bank Group
        Jim Yong Kim 
        President, World Bank Group

        Jim Yong Kim, M.D., Ph.D. is the President of the World Bank Group. Soon after he became president in July 2012, the organization established two goals: ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity for the bottom 40 percent of the population in developing countries. Kim’s career has been focused on health, education, and delivering services to the poor. Before joining the World Bank, he served as President of Dartmouth College and held professorships at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health. From 2003-2005, as Director of the World Health Organization’s HIV/AIDS Department, he led the “3 by 5” initiative, the first-ever global goal for AIDS treatment, which helped to expand AIDS treatment in developing countries. In 1987, Kim co-founded Partners In Health, a non-profit medical organization now working in poor communities on four continents. Trained as a physician and an anthropologist, he has received several awards, including a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship, and recognitions such as one of America’s “25 Best Leaders” by U.S. News & World Report,and in 2006 TIME magazine named him as one of its “100 Most Influential People in the World.” 

        Susan Davis, President and CEO, BRAC USA
        Susan Davis 
        President and CEO, BRAC USA

        Susan is an author, speaker, and thought leader in international development and civil society innovation. In 2006, she founded BRAC USA, an organization created to advance the global mission of BRAC, the world's largest nonprofit organization. BRAC USA mobilizes resources for, provides strategic and programs services to, and educates the public about BRAC's pioneering work to alleviate poverty and create opportunity for the poor. In 2010, she co-authored the book Social Entrepreneurship: What Everyone Needs to Know with David Bornstein of The New York Times. Susan first became acquainted with microcredit - and specifically with the holistic anti-poverty approach of BRAC and its founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed - from her years with the Ford Foundation in Bangladesh and with Women's World Banking. She is a founding (and current) board member and past chair of the Grameen Foundation. Susan has appeared on CNN and ABC News, and her work on microfinance and entrepreneurship creation in developing countries has appeared in Innovations and Harvard Business Review.

        Reza Deghati, Photojournalist
        Reza 
        Photojournalist

        A philanthropist, idealist, humanist, architect by training and famous photojournalist, primarily for National Geographic, Reza, lives to photograph another day. For the past 30 years he has traveled the world bearing witness to moments of war and peace. Reza is not just a photographer; he has trained women and children in visual media and communications to help them strive for a better life. In 2001, he founded Aina in Afghanistan, an NGO that uses media and education as a tool for development and encourages media training for women and youth worldwide. Reza`s work has been exhibited globally, notably at Crossed Destinies, War + Peace, One World One Tribe, Hope, Windows of the Soul and Soul of Coffee. He lives in Paris and has authored 27 books. A Fellow of the National Geographic Society and Senior Fellow of the Ashoka Foundation, he has been awarded numerous prizes including the World Press Photo Award and the Infinity Award and academic honors, including Doctor Honoris Causa from the American University of Paris, the Medal of Honor from the University of Missouri, and the Medal of Chevalier de l’ordre national du Mérite from the French government.

        Eleni Gabre-Madhin, Co-founder and CEO, eleni LLC
        Eleni Gabre-Madhin 
        Co-founder and CEO, eleni LLC

        Dr. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eleni LLC, a newly formed company with equity investments by Morgan Stanley, IFC, and 8 Miles Fund, that is positioned to be the industry leader in designing, building, and supporting the operations of commodity exchange eco-systems in frontier markets. The company’s business model is to deliver exchange turnkey projects on a Private-Public Partnership (PPP) basis. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the founder and former CEO of the highly acclaimed Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX), which she founded and managed from 2008 to late 2012, successfully trading $1.2 billion annually after 3 years of operation. A globally recognized thought leader on agricultural commodity markets and African development, she has held prior roles at the World Bank, the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, and UNCTAD in Geneva. Eleni has been named among the 125 Global Women of Impact by Newsweek in April 2013, among 100 Most Influential Africans by New African in 2012, and received the prestigious Yara Prize for Agricultural Transformation in Africa and the African Banker Icon Award, both in 2012.

        Marcelo Giugale, Senior Director, Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, World Bank Group
        Marcelo Giugale 
        Senior Director, Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, World Bank Group

        Marcelo Giugale is the Senior Director of the World Bank Group’s Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, the professional home of the Group’s 300-plus macroeconomists. An international development leader, his twenty-five years of experience span the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Latin-America, and Africa, where he led senior-level policy dialogue and over thirty billion dollars in lending operations across the development spectrum. He has published on macroeconomic policy, finance, subnational fiscal rules, development economics, business, agriculture and applied econometrics. Notably, he was the chief editor of collections of policy notes published for the presidential transitions in Mexico (2000), Colombia (2002), Ecuador (2003), Bolivia (2006) and Peru (2006). In 2014, he authored “Economic Development: What Everyone Needs to Know”, a featured volume by Oxford University Press. He pioneered the World Bank Group’s first sub-national budgetary support operation (Mexico, 2000), the “Listening to Latin America” and “Listening to Africa” initiatives, in which mobile phones were used to conduct continuous household surveys, the Africa Gender Lab impact evaluation unit, and the Human Opportunity Index. His opinion editorials are published in the leading newspapers and blog-sites of the USA, Latin-America and Africa. He received decorations from the governments of Bolivia and Peru, and taught at the American University in Cairo, The London School of Economics, and the Universidad Católica Argentina. A citizen of Argentina and Italy, he holds a PhD and a MSc in Economics from The London School of Economics, and a Summa-Cum-Laude BA in Economics from Universidad Católica Argentina. You can follow Marcelo on Twitter at @Marcelo_WB.

         

        Moderator

        Tumi Makgabo, Executive Director, AfricaWorldwide Media
        Tumi Makgabo 
        Executive Director, AfricaWorldwide Media

        A businesswoman and entrepreneur, Tumi Makgabo runs AfricaWorldwide Media, a company that aims to provide more opportunities for Africans to tell their stories through the production of Africa and development focused content and the use of online platforms as well as the creation and implementation of effective media and communication strategies. In addition, she is the founder of Tumi Makgabo Enterprises which invests in opportunities throughout the continent. An accomplished broadcaster in both her native South Africa and for global news network CNN International, Tumi uses her voice on global platforms to advocate for action on some of Africa's most pressing issues, particularly the empowerment of women and equity more broadly. She currently serves on the boards of Sun International, where she chairs the Social and Ethics Committee, The Foschini Group, and South African Tourism, where she chairs the Marketing Committee.

        Shelly Batra, Co-founder and President, Operation ASHA
        Shelly Batra 
        Co-founder and President, Operation ASHA

        Dr. Shelly Batra co-founded Operation ASHA and has led the organization as President since 2005. Shelly was selected Social Entrepreneur for the year 2014 by the Schwab Foundation. She is an Ashoka Changemarker and a best-selling Penguin author. She is a highly renowned Senior Obstetrician and Gynecologist in New Delhi, India. Her dedication to ‘reaching the unreached’ started in 1991, when she went into the heart of the slums in Delhi, providing pro-bono life-saving treatment, operations, consultations, medicines and counseling. Shelly has taught on Global Health Issues and has lectured at major universities such as the University of Chicago, Harvard, UC Berkeley and Cambridge. Shelly has been the recipient of multiple awards and recognitions, including the Exemplary Contribution Award for selfless work for the underserved, given by the Indian Medical Association. She holds an M.D. from King George’s Medical College, India. She is a powerful advocate for better policies in TB across the world.

        Christin Clyburn, Poet, Washington DC
        Christin Clyburn 
        Poet, Washington, DC

        Christin is a national award-winning 12-year-old poet from Washington DC and won the 2014 River of Words Anacostia Watershed Prize for her poem, Nowhere to Go. Conducted in affiliation with the Library of Congress Center for the Book, the annual River of Words contest is the largest youth poetry and art competition in the world. The program inspires children and youth to translate their observations about their local watersheds and environment into creative expressions in poems and paintings. In addition, Christin’s poem, “Starlight,” was one of the winning poems at the Parkmont Poetry Festival. In the 2014 Letters about Literature Contest sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, she was a finalist for her letter to the author Wendy Mass. She was one of the winning poets for her poem, “Destiny,” for the Dare to Dream…Change the World Second Annual Writing Contest. Christin is a native Washingtonian.

        Claudia Costin, Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group
        Claudia Costin 
        Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group

        Claudia Costin is a Senior Director at the World Bank Group. Prior to joining the Bank, she was Secretary of Education, Rio de Janeiro. Under her stewardship, learning results rose by 22 percent in the city. She also implemented a strong Early Childhood program, working seamlessly across sectors with the Health and Social Protection secretariats. Claudia has been vice-president of the Victor Civita Foundation, dedicated to raising public education quality. Believing in the transformational power of education, she helped create the civil society movement Todos pela Educação. Convinced that teacher motivation is critical for real learning, Claudia communicates with thousands of teachers using social media. Her former positions include Secretary of Culture, Sao Paulo State and Federal Minister, Public Administration and State Reform. She has also served as Executive Secretary, Helio Beltrao Institute and CEO, Promon Intelligens. She previously worked at the Bank as a Sector Manager in Latin America and also advised several African governments on public policy and state 

         


        Rafael Parente, Director, LABi
        Rafael Parente 
        Director, LABi

        Rafael Parente has a master's degree in education from PACE University and is a PhD in international education development from New York University. He is the director of LABi, a laboratory of educational innovation, he assists the movement Todos pela Educação in matters related to innovation, he is the general coordinator of GELP Brasil, and he was the deputy secretary in charge of innovation at the Municipal Secretariat of Education of Rio de Janeiro from 2009 to 2013. During this period, he idealized and implemented innovative programs and concepts such asEducopédia (platform of digital classes), Pé de Vento (mash-up of literacy course, games, and ebook), Rioeduca (a portal for the exchange of best practices), and GENTE(a new model of school that centralizes the learning process).

        Jeff Risom, Managing Director of Gehl Studio - New York | San Francisco
        Jeff Risom 
        Managing Director of Gehl Studio - New York | San Francisco

        As Managing Director of Gehl Studio – New York|San Francisco, Jeff leads the US subsidiary of Gehl Architects Copenhagen, overseeing design, planning and research projects throughout the Americas. Jeff works at the intersection of urban design, governance, business and culture to deliver projects that are economically viable and socially equitable while efficiently using energy, land and time. Jeff has worked with both public and private clients as well as non-governmental organizations in Europe, the USA, Latin America, India and China. Jeff is an active teacher and lecturer, speaking at conferences around the world and is guest lecturer at Harvard GSD, U. Penn, London School of Economics, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art and the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. He holds a MSc in City Design & Social Science and is an Architectural Engineer.

        8:17 am edt 

        sample our mid october newsletter

        co-produced with 5000 passionate job creators at linked in -distributing this is a messy process - rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have views on how to help millennial alumni and unacknowledged giants

        questions to W4E from san diego millennials

        1 is a 3000 tedx out of san diego april 2015 timely as next stage of progressing your aims, anna's and san francisco's aims and maya's - her colleagues have already run one so know how if only the collaboration issue is big enough

        1.1 also given we no longer see how to trust our lives being dependent solely on atlanta nov 2015- we could try discussing with millennials inside world bank (eg both youth summit and young africa society) do they want to send a speaker or more thus connecting millennials in side the world bank and millennials out of san diego

         

        1.2 please note there are 2 things that happen in april that any tedx must not conflict with:

        meeting of americas in panama- the world bank youth summit explained how every youth jobs collaboration of youth out of the DC has been preparing this for many years now

        1.2.1 7th Summit of the Americas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        1,2,2 world bank spring meetings- last years was used by jim kim and ban ki-moon to announce a millennials competition in such a way that millennials take back investment decision-making in their post 2015 goals

        2 if you give her a couple of diary dates it is very likely she can fix san francisco meet with matt flannery and jean claude - they all see puddle as the next thing to scale; its hugely relevant to work in americas on anywhere in my view but partly becaise like all the crowfunding or crowdlending tools that it can now free communities to own, there are 2 blocks

         
         
        image
         
         
         
         
         
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        1 national regulations

        2 to have impact you need to scale fast so there needs to be a trusted sustainability investment network

        chris.macrae@yaho.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 unacknowlegedgiant.com

         

        ps1 To Chile Job Creating Millennials
        bernardo i would like to prioritise your curriculum getting to 3 places and wonder if the you, naila, anna and me can unite with regard to this, or are you happy you can do it on your own - 1 catholic university dc
        2 catholic university rome
        3 main catholic university in san diego
         
        ps1.1 your strategy in meeting yunus around global social business summit in mexico will make or break what any of us can do with you and chile's vision ; in my hi-trust world you, michelle, laura turner and naila would have signed up as partners before you talk with yunus, hans, bhuiyan, saskia, vidar, sam, larry they have all got the wrong end of the greenwashing stick with corporations- a risk my books on global brand partnerships written in 1990 mapped how to avoid destroying net generation sustainability
        pps To African US Diaspora Millemmials
        tebabu - have you fixed the meeting with yaazmi? would yazzmi wish to feature at future tedx?
        ppps To Media New York Millennials
        joe when will you know if you have a tedx that will definitely take place in next 12 months?
        everyone last thursday naila's good friend at centre of world bank open learning campus hosted this tedx http://www.tedxwbg.com/presenters
         
        the 2 keynote speakers 
         
        nigerian pop star dbanj launching apples beats headsets 
         

        jim kim relaunching banking for the poor (or any of our next generations) is never sustainable unless healthcare networks for the poor were designed first by the same networks massively linking in mothers-it shocks me that 20 years of microcredisummit never taught this first principle of how bangladesh's miracle female networks were designed 

        6:44 am edt 

        sample our mid october newsletter

        co-produced with 5000 passionate job creators at linked in -distributing this is a messy process - rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have views on how to help millennial alumni and unacknowledged giants

        questions to W4E from san diego millennials

        1 is a 3000 tedx out of san diego april 2015 timely as next stage of progressing your aims, anna's and san francisco's aims and maya's - her colleagues have already run one so know how if only the collaboration issue is big enough

        1.1 also given we no longer see how to trust our lives being dependent solely on atlanta nov 2015- we could try discussing with millennials inside world bank (eg both youth summit and young africa society) do they want to send a speaker or more thus connecting millennials in side the world bank and millennials out of san diego

         

        1.2 please note there are 2 things that happen in april that any tedx must not conflict with:

        meeting of americas in panama- the world bank youth summit explained how every youth jobs collaboration of youth out of the DC has been preparing this for many years now

        1.2.1 7th Summit of the Americas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        1,2,2 world bank spring meetings- last years was used by jim kim and ban ki-moon to announce a millennials competition in such a way that millennials take back investment decision-making in their post 2015 goals

        2 if you give her a couple of diary dates it is very likely she can fix san francisco meet with matt flannery and jean claude - they all see puddle as the next thing to scale; its hugely relevant to work in americas on anywhere in my view but partly becaise like all the crowfunding or crowdlending tools that it can now free communities to own, there are 2 blocks

         
         
        image
         
         
         
         
         
        Puddle - Credit powered by people.
        Puddle is where like-minded people come together for smart and hassle-free financial support. Use Puddle for a little financial boost for your business, to start a ...
         
        Preview by Yahoo
         
         

         

        1 national regulations

        2 to have impact you need to scale fast so there needs to be a trusted sustainability investment network

        chris.macrae@yaho.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 unacknowlegedgiant.com

         

        ps1 To Chile Job Creating Millennials
        bernardo i would like to prioritise your curriculum getting to 3 places and wonder if the you, naila, anna and me can unite with regard to this, or are you happy you can do it on your own - 1 catholic university dc
        2 catholic university rome
        3 main catholic university in san diego
         
        ps1.1 your strategy in meeting yunus around global social business summit in mexico will make or break what any of us can do with you and chile's vision ; in my hi-trust world you, michelle, laura turner and naila would have signed up as partners before you talk with yunus, hans, bhuiyan, saskia, vidar, sam, larry they have all got the wrong end of the greenwashing stick with corporations- a risk my books on global brand partnerships written in 1990 mapped how to avoid destroying net generation sustainability
        pps To African US Diaspora Millemmials
        tebabu - have you fixed the meeting with yaazmi? would yazzmi wish to feature at future tedx?
        ppps To Media New York Millennials
        joe when will you know if you have a tedx that will definitely take place in next 12 months?
        everyone last thursday naila's good friend at centre of world bank open learning campus hosted this tedx http://www.tedxwbg.com/presenters
         
        the 2 keynote speakers 
         
        nigerian pop star dbanj launching apples beats headsets 
         

        jim kim relaunching banking for the poor (or any of our next generations) is never sustainable unless healthcare networks for the poor were designed first by the same networks massively linking in mothers-it shocks me that 20 years of microcredisummit never taught this first principle of how bangladesh's miracle female networks were designed 

        6:43 am edt 

        sample our mid october newsletter

        co-produced with 5000 passionate job creators at linked in -distributing this is a messy process - rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have views on how to help millennial alumni and unacknowledged giants

        questions to W4E from san diego millennials

        1 is a 3000 tedx out of san diego april 2015 timely as next stage of progressing your aims, anna's and san francisco's aims and maya's - her colleagues have already run one so know how if only the collaboration issue is big enough

        1.1 also given we no longer see how to trust our lives being dependent solely on atlanta nov 2015- we could try discussing with millennials inside world bank (eg both youth summit and young africa society) do they want to send a speaker or more thus connecting millennials in side the world bank and millennials out of san diego

         

        1.2 please note there are 2 things that happen in april that any tedx must not conflict with:

        meeting of americas in panama- the world bank youth summit explained how every youth jobs collaboration of youth out of the DC has been preparing this for many years now

        1.2.1 7th Summit of the Americas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        1,2,2 world bank spring meetings- last years was used by jim kim and ban ki-moon to announce a millennials competition in such a way that millennials take back investment decision-making in their post 2015 goals

        2 if you give her a couple of diary dates it is very likely she can fix san francisco meet with matt flannery and jean claude - they all see puddle as the next thing to scale; its hugely relevant to work in americas on anywhere in my view but partly becaise like all the crowfunding or crowdlending tools that it can now free communities to own, there are 2 blocks

         
         
        image
         
         
         
         
         
        Puddle - Credit powered by people.
        Puddle is where like-minded people come together for smart and hassle-free financial support. Use Puddle for a little financial boost for your business, to start a ...
         
        Preview by Yahoo
         
         

         

        1 national regulations

        2 to have impact you need to scale fast so there needs to be a trusted sustainability investment network

        chris.macrae@yaho.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 unacknowlegedgiant.com

         

        ps1 To Chile Job Creating Millennials
        bernardo i would like to prioritise your curriculum getting to 3 places and wonder if the you, naila, anna and me can unite with regard to this, or are you happy you can do it on your own - 1 catholic university dc
        2 catholic university rome
        3 main catholic university in san diego
         
        ps1.1 your strategy in meeting yunus around global social business summit in mexico will make or break what any of us can do with you and chile's vision ; in my hi-trust world you, michelle, laura turner and naila would have signed up as partners before you talk with yunus, hans, bhuiyan, saskia, vidar, sam, larry they have all got the wrong end of the greenwashing stick with corporations- a risk my books on global brand partnerships written in 1990 mapped how to avoid destroying net generation sustainability
        pps To African US Diaspora Millemmials
        tebabu - have you fixed the meeting with yaazmi? would yazzmi wish to feature at future tedx?
        ppps To Media New York Millennials
        joe when will you know if you have a tedx that will definitely take place in next 12 months?
        everyone last thursday naila's good friend at centre of world bank open learning campus hosted this tedx http://www.tedxwbg.com/presenters
         
        the 2 keynote speakers 
         
        nigerian pop star dbanj launching apples beats headsets 
         

        jim kim relaunching banking for the poor (or any of our next generations) is never sustainable unless healthcare networks for the poor were designed first by the same networks massively linking in mothers-it shocks me that 20 years of microcredisummit never taught this first principle of how bangladesh's miracle female networks were designed 

        6:42 am edt 

        Saturday, October 11, 2014

        K01 How does health system of Jim Kim compare with BRAC

        K01 compared with A01 BRAC health system, 

        Until 2012 Jim Kim mainly built partners in health systems with paul farmer (based in Boston Brigham women's hospital)- linking in the most extraordinary millennial medical stidnets boston is worldwide epicentre of -being also home of berners lee and most exytreme open source and mobile innovations. PIH helped build health systems in the most severely challenged places and peoples -including ftrom scratch rwanda post-genecide, haiti before and after earthuqauke- see Paul Farmer's 2014 updates now that he is the lead partner in rebuilding haiti's unversity medical system (a lab for open source and open elarning campus of urgent medical knowhow everywhere

         

        reasons for believing that approach of sir fazle abed brac and paul farmer (kim) are so similar that they colaborate 100% wherever possible:

         I have chatted to sir fazle 3 times in Dhaka about this (and extreme innovation colaborations of mobile and education) and paul farmer once (in budapest when soros had asked him to give a seminar paralel to celebrating sir fazle abed as 20th open society laureate)

        first their search for partners and sustainability beyond any individual aid project's partnership is coincident asis their desire to empower locals ;

        second they were both partners of james grant (who did more in his generation to save infant lives than anyone I can search) in massively scaling oral rehydration;

        third they strike me as the most collaborative leaders in their professional areas that youth or educators will ever meet;

         


        when you look at eg jim kims tedx world bank 2014 you see a rare glimpse of pride in this most modest of leaders/facilitors; 2 yeras spent ending drug resistant tubercoulosis was gard and dangerous work on the front lines of that disease and their is a young jim kim on the front line- 

        the world bamnk has never had a pracyice grassrrots leader before- right mow with the chalenge of ebola health servioce is the best practice any millennial could dream of the world bank being led by - but the next question may be what is jim kim's experince of education systems?

         

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