Open Education - most valuable Q: what 9 minute online training can millions of youth changes world?

we welcome idas on what open education curricula youth would most value at YunusUni.com MandelaUni.com ObamaUni.com or ClintonUni.com

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 Survey of why Mandela was most trusted leader in living memory

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help host one of these 5 youth/student competitions:

5 bhuiyan and atlanta

sylvia and king and Washington DC deadline for launching 30 january which kicks off dc term of inviting universities across 5 states to collaborate in entrepreneurial pitches with greatest societal impact for youth

gandhi family in lucknow india -deadline when mostofa visit www.cmseducation.org which is expected late january subject to bangladeshi visa crisis

blecher circles out of s.africa

1 wherever would have best impacts for understanding future of bangladeshi youth
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Of course if you can find a bigger sponsor, they can take over the competition however Norman Macrae Family Foundation would ask that

the essay format should take less than 9 minutes for winners to transcribe on audio which they will be invited to do and open source as ponetial creative stimuli in open education formats

An extremely rough sample essay that elders histories might want to improve on is attached

essay competition on was mandela greatest leader in living memory - rough example launching 5 by 1000 doilar contests.doc essay competition on was mandela greatest leader in living memory - rough example launching 5 by 1000 doilar contests.doc, 30 KB

 

  

Nelson Mandela - Education is the Greatest Weapon

 Happy 2014: In our 43rd year of journalizing the search for how digital networks change the value multiplying human capabilities of action learning, there are 2 kinds of Education Entreprenurial Revolution we value most as Open Education helps the net generation breakthrough the 20 anti-youth monopolies hung over from the pre-networked centuries

1 Those whose inspiration and trust free peoples to invest more in youth's productivity -eg the Top 10 pro-youth Peace Nobel Laureates eg Mandela , Yunus, Carter, Gorbachev, Walesa, Tutu, De Klerk, Maathai ..  King

2 Those who do - eg Blecher, Abed, Khan, Gandhi Family Lucknow, Media Lab and www founders @ MIT, Koller

2.1 those who practice in specific areas and who team up in pro-youth partnerships with 2- so for example branson and google team up with Blecher., ...

 

who do you recommend  we linkin millions of youth to on the road to atlanta nov 2015 -blogs 1 2 microwikis 1: valuation projects a) of universities, b) of curriculum at teens, pre-teens , post-teen

rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Foundation for open education and pro-youth economics washingttion dc1 301 881 1655

To date, 4 Norman Nacrae Remembrance parties have been hosted and have helped start up these curriculum and alumni networks: 1 The Economist Boardroom calling for acceleration in clean enrgy curriculum and Norman's view that open education could revoutionise collaboration in developing world apps -see his last article Consider Bangladesh as first village labs network of mobile (yunus/soros) ; 2 celebratinf fre universities as the heart of  South Africa's million job creating capitals and microcredits founded by lovers of orphans; 3) by Japan embassy in Dhaka celebrating trades between Bangladeshi wizards of open technology, bottom-up ngos as the greatest partnering innovation of the net generation and the view that japan-China needs to organize a reserve currency before the dollar has the same impact on the 21st C as the pound had on the 20th century (read the book leaderless economy if you need to know more); 4) calling on adam smith scholars in Glasgow to start up microeducation summit to link in far wider action networks of milennium's most human goals than microcreditsummits taken over by bankers ever could

What curricula could Khan Academy Labs celebrate 1) if linked in to Bangladesh micro-NGOS; 2 if linkedin to million jobs education networks in Mandela's South Africa; 3) if celebrating youth summits such as the Nobel Laureates in Poland 2013, S.AFrica 2014, Atlanta 2015 and at the World Bank annually


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Postcard editorial: Year 42 Quarter 1 from The Economist Youth Entrepreneurial Revolution - our friend taddy blecher (who kindly animated 2nd in series of norman macrae remembrance parties -1 The Economist Boardroom  1A joint souvenir publication with Dr Muhammad Yunus;  2 Taddy Blecher ; 3 Sir Fazle Abed and Japanese Ambassador;  4 Glasgow and Atlanta as Twin Youth Capitals -celebrating the joy of entrepreneurial revolution of youth capitalism and freeing the net generation's net 3 billion jobs) in south africa has shown me his latest project but said its for my eyes only for a few weeks; he's getting funds from south african government and partners like branson and google to guarantee 1 million youth jobs creation over next 5 years and training of 14 million teenagers on entrepreneurship; at the recent world bank youth summit the branson entrepreneurship curriculum was mentioned by a student speaker as the greatest life changer in his transformation from coding whiz to prolific startup partner with his peer generation across jamaica; taddy started the free university in 1999; he has always been skoll's most valued entrepreneur in total education systems well until skoll also featured khan academy last april at his world entrepreneur summits- tantalisingly close to useful connections if only we can find more capital cities (beyond Atlanta) where enough educators and leaders really want them for their youth


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City Montessori -worlds favorite school  and largest social business of education?(50000 )


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Free Nursing College


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Iveristy  Udacity and edX  http://www.openuped.eu/

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linkedi 9500 ;  twitter Obamauni -how do we truly help youth value universities and open education


 

.This blog will invite as many of the youth connectors as we can to join in. To start with you can contact CEO of Yunus Creative Lab Muhammad Bhuiyan at or Chris Macrae (chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk ) of this blog and family leader of Foundation Norman Macrae,The Economist's pro-youth economist... The other sponsors of this launch celebration: WF,, SI,, JFF

Related youth micro-wikis: Youth Agendas of the Nobel Laureates; Diary of 25000 youth on Road to Atlanta 2015; Heroes CNN values most deeply;
 

 

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Panelists and youth prize presenters include

Jim Yong Kim, World Bank

Hadeel Ibrahim executive director mo ibrahim

Ahmad Alhendawi, UN Envoy for Youth

Naila Chowdhury, W4E

Melissa Hillebrenner, Director Girl Up, UN Foundation


Youth summit winners include:


Dwayne Samuels, Jamiaca, Founder Xormis


Salem Kosemani, Nigeria, Team Techoisland


Patrick Olden (St Andrews Scotland) 1 Better Finacial Products for Youth Entrepreneurs in West Africa


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Youth Summit 2013: Development Case Competition Winners



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The 2013 Youth Summit featured a Development Case Competition that received over 500 entries from young people all over the world. All submissions were evaluated by the 2013 Youth Summit organizing committee and a panel of eminent development professionals and case sponsors. This page lists the winners and the runners-up for each of the four cases of the 2013 Youth Summit Development Case Competition.


 

Winning Teams & Abstracts

Case Study A: Strengthening Micro-Entrepreneurship for Disadvantaged Youth

Team Name: Empower

Team Members: Alice Cassin, George Hart, Anoud Allouzi and Pauline LewisEmpower is a six-week, hands-on course in applied entrepreneurship that targets Moroccan youth who are interested in building or starting their own businesses. The program will be run in partnership with the Moroccan Ministry of Youth and Sport, local community centers, and business leaders. Empower is particularly geared toward supporting young entrepreneurs working in the ICT field, as well as underrepresented groups in the Moroccan business community, such as women and the undereducated. Launched in Rabat, the pilot program will connect budding entrepreneurs with local business owners as they launch or strengthen their businesses. Through instructor-based and peer-to-peer teaching and ongoing coaching, the program will give young entrepreneurs the tools and support to build profitable businesses. By blending new and established ICT technology, Empower is able to deliver innovative and scalable training at very low cost, maximizing the value of program funding. In the classroom, students have access to cutting-edge entrepreneurship content from across the web, tailored to their local needs. Outside the classroom, in-person and SMS coaching provide valuable support to students in need of additional support and serves as a long-term resource for students even after their Empower experience ends.

Case Study B: A Better Financial Product for Young Entrepreneurs’ Micro and Small Enterprises

Winner: Patrick OldenThe proposed solution is a scheme where young entrepreneurs, directed by a non-profit organization (NPO) are grouped into a number of “micro-cooperatives” in the same market niche and supplied with materials and equipment. Profits generated by each cooperative are pooled and saved (audits are carried out to ensure that profits are reported correctly and novel approaches are taken to collecting the profits). Once the total savings amount to the cost of the initial startup capital for one cooperative, a new one is created in the same or a complementary niche. The technical skills are transmitted to the new entrepreneurs by one of the original cooperatives with soft skills and mentoring delivered by the NPO. Once an individual cooperative has contributed to the pooled savings, a total equal to the initial startup capital given to it, it no longer has any training obligations and assumes control of its profits. This scheme makes consumption smoothing impossible (as startup materials are purchased by the NPO), incentivizes the young entrepreneurs to work hard in pursuit of gaining access to their profits, and has an inbuilt expansionary mechanism in the creation of new cooperatives from the profits of the old. It also creates many links between the cooperatives (through auditing and skills transmission), thus promoting the cohesiveness necessary to fulfill sustainable and growth-promoting contracts with aggregators.

Case Study C: Reverse Engineering, Youth Entrepreneurship Driving Education

Team Name: TechnoIsland

Team Members: Salem Kosemani and Ogunlola FolajimiThe project, BRAINSPARK, converts some of the large amount of time spent by youths on the internet to focusing on their primary education; improving the current state of primary education in Sub-Saharan Africa, furthermore improving their current educational level and inter-relationships between youths around the Sub-Saharan Africa region, by providing a cloud-based platform. BRAINSPARK provides tools to allow young people to communicate with each other; know their cultures, beliefs, tradition, economy, finance, education and other important things about their countries, hereby bringing about economic development, reduction in juvenile delinquencies in Sub-Saharan Africa. It rewards the brilliant efforts of the users and motivates others to join the race to attain more knowledge. The target audiences of this service are students within the range of 9–20 years, who have attained any form of education and can read. What makes this product innovative is the fact that it promises to make learning fun, allowing students to test each other’s weakness and strengths, using BRAINSPARK’s useful suggestions and advice.

Case Study D: Millennial Communications for Inclusive City Planning

Team Name: VozPisco

Team Members: Adriana Young and Adam WhiteResilience is a communications asset. Cities can become more resilient when they provide intuitive and inclusive ways to directly engage citizen voices. In the aftermath of the 2007 earthquake, the City of Pisco continues to face challenges that include fragmented inter-district communications, shifting demographics and a troubled track record delivering urban development projects. The VozPisco project will address these conditions by creating a multi-media communication and feedback strategy to amplify citizen engagement and government transparency in the urban planning process. VozPisco will offer three distinct civic communication components: (1) an SMS survey and engagement platform that will be free and accessible for any basic mobile phone; (2) a weekly radio program hosted by community and youth leaders to share results from SMS surveys, interview government officials and private developers, and disseminate information on disaster preparedness; and (3) a public event series that will feature the projection of citizen SMS comments onto surrounding buildings to spark discussion and increase visibility of public feedback. VozPisco combines best practices in appropriate mobile technology and community building, offering a hybrid communication system with built-in accountability and feedback loops. Rather than proposing a discrete outreach project, VozPisco is a lightweight layer to amplify and innovate on existing efforts by government and civil society actors. To reach target demographic groups – including community advocates, local businesses and youth leaders – VozPisco will identify a representative leadership group to advise on outreach strategies, lead radio programming and overall, ensure that programming matches the needs and interests of local communities.


 

Runners-Up Teams

Case Study A: Strengthening Micro-Entrepreneurship for Disadvantaged Youth

Team Name: CIMF

Team Members: Thomas Larson and Maria Parra

Case Study B: A Better Financial Product for Young Entrepreneurs’ Micro and Small Enterprises

Team Name: SoliDARE

Team Members: Claire Morel and Tana Vong

Case Study C: Reverse Engineering, Youth Entrepreneurship Driving Education

Team Name: Lacel Innovators

Team Members: Marvin Busuulwa, Edgar Atukunda, Martin Katamba, Ibrahim Ssekabembe and William Luyinda

Case Study D: Millennial Communications for Inclusive City Planning

Team Name: Somos Pisco

Team Members: Kamil Pruchnik, Aleksandra Iwulska and Anita Rozowska










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Today, young people are three times more likely to be unemployed than adults and over 75 million youth globally are currently looking for work. The International Labour Organisation warns of a “scarred” generation of young workers facing a dangerous mix of high unemployment, increased inactivity and precarious work in developed countries, as well as high working poverty in the development world. Consequently, the youth agenda is a global priority.

Inspired by World Bank President Jim Kim’s belief that youth play a crucial role in the global development agenda, the global Youth Summit (YS) was initiated by the Bank’s young professionals to enable youth around the world and address youth-related challenges.



.Discuss Open Education's Greatest Collaboration Entrepreneurs..https://docs.google.com/document/d/15jrRWIAGS4zqQFR6S4Nqge2-BtbdGp6I2CFNyvC_nhU/edit?usp=drive_web .

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Do you have an idea for massively empowering youth to action network the legacy of Nelson Mandela? Here's NMFound first correspondence on this with some of this aiming to make Atlanta 2015 youth celebrations the greatest since the Olympics. We'll rehearse this view at the 4th Norman Macrae Remembrance party that coincidentally is happening out of Glasgow's Adam Smith networks 6 December 2013 but  most of all we welcome your ideas

chris macrae Norman Macrae Foundation http://normanmacrae.ning.com  for Youth Capitalism  and Open Education Bethesda MD 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 

Dear Atlanta Friends of Twinning Capitals of Million Job Creation through World Summits and Nobel Laureates Youth Action Networks (YS Atlanta https://docs.google.com/document/d/12rfT9ZWEDZsf94xZi3hY8nmSpsTuiQayqrie5u1CpZU/edit http://yunuscreativelab.blogspot.com  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lfFpar2sJSoNYVFBzPNTv9hR7F0AgmsNrbZpV07z2Ec/edit; YS DC https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T_xI1S41DlX8z8SR_0W8Q4KxKK8LznO--BoJhkhHAdo/edit

 

 

Norman Macrae Foundation would be interested but only if this could be grounded in a non-cheesy way that empowers youth. Elements might include

 

*set up an internet portal inviting student transcripts or videos of maximum 9 minute length - winners to be announced at world summit 2014 which could also announce competition of other leaders including martin Luther king between 2014 and 2015; at some stage either khan academy and Atlanta partner in this or Atlanta home pages it with other partners (eg Scottish Adam Smith alumni -history shows we became both one of the first Diaspora nations and our missionary movements contributed to sustaining bottom-up aid models)

 

*this competition can viralise among youth in ways that no other announcement of Atlanta by itself can (in my opinion)

; it can twin deeply with the mentor and investment networks needed for the youth entrepreneur competition

*my father believed that economics of nations let alone Entrepreneurial Revolution deepest bottom-up and cross-cultural energies- doesn't wholly exist without valuing leaders who reconciled peace and cultures- we could help reframe the fusion of peace and economics; the new book leaderless economics is relevant here as is all true analysis of Eastern miraculous development from Japan to China via Bangladesh and Yunus Youth World Trade Genre of Growing up with Giants

 

*others who might be interested include Branson whose Mandela Elders would have started up without Bransons relationships with Atlanta and particularly the womens energies of Sarah Blakely

 

Soros whose first act of philanthropy and open society was cape town black youth late 1970s

 

The Nobel peace prizes to Obama and to EU cant be as impactful in 2010s as they could be unless youth are celebrated for action networking them; the practical valuation of the arts by Monica and its theoretical valuation by Keynes are ideas whose time needs to come if future of USA is to regenerate communities and understand cross-cultural peace. If DC and Atlanta are to maximise win-win youth impacts, this aint going to happen without celebrating African Diaspora groups every way youth can 

 

Yunus and his relationships with HBUs which go back to his Fulbright scholarship being the first year of integration of universities, and his first job as professor with the HBU of Middle Tennessee - These 4 bookmarks are very interesting - I didn't know middle tennessee had relationships with 2 living nobel laureates

  1. Yunus Program - Middle Tennessee State University | Middle ...

    1. www.mtsu.edu/yunus/
  2. 24 Jul 2013 - The Yunus Program has been created to inspire students, faculty members, administrators, and alumni, as well as leaders in the mid-south ...
    1. Nobel Laureates - Middle Tennessee State University

    1. capone.mtsu.edu/econfin/nobel.html
    Muhammad Yunus shared the 2006 Noble Peace Prize with the Grameen ... In the mid 1960s he entered the Ph.D. program at Vanderbilt University, Nashville.
    1. Muhammad Yunus

    1. www.un.org/millenniumgoals/advocates/.../muhammad-yunus.shtml
    Professor Muhammad Yunus established the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in ... an assistant professor of economics at Middle Tennessee State University.
    1. Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus visits Quinnipiac ...

    1. www.quinnipiac.edu/.../nobel-peace-prize-winner-muhammad-yunus-vis...
    8 Mar 2013 - Muhammad Yunus, who founded the practice of microcredit as a means to ... became an assistant professor of economics at Middle Tennessee ...

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Of course relationships between Georgia and Tennessee are critical if the next 2 years are to tap into Skoll's energy crusader Al Gore and the fact that Yunus number 1 corporate partner in green energy Schneider has a huge research facility- yunus' knowledge of energy came first from Neville Williams whose life popularizing solar would never have happened without Jimmy Carter

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I am looking to forward to reading this book (publication 1 Oct 2013) and ebook  more than anything since my father's last articles www.considerbangladesh.com in 2008…

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Foundation Washington DC hotline 1 301 881 1655

Americans face $1.2 trillion student debt rising around 10% a year- is obama's idea case of too little too late? 

Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries ask why wouldn't you make priority curricula goals free?

co-signed by  CCDC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism (exercise 1 read download mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc, and then send us in a 5 minute video or transcript on what you most urgently want to action with CC),

  • DC Entrepreneur competitions inspired by Muhammad Yunus,
  • researchers of top 10 curricula that youth want to celebrate at khanacademy,
  • well-wishers of Bezos-in-DC 
  • editors of www.obamauni.com and tweeters of ObamaUni

 

 

 
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Invitation to leaders of open education and society-help search out 9 minute OLAS from The Economist's 42 year pro-youth economic curriculum of net generation's Entrepreneurial Revolution

 

help design 11 plus curriculum of pro-youth futures

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Norman Macrae Youth Economics Foundation Washington dc hotline 1-301 881 1655

 

LINKEDIN 9500 MASSIVE COLLABORATION ANNOUNCEMENT - The Top 1000 OLA League Table

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How MOOCs change world - a greatest 11 minute lesson I've ever seen; a 4 minute collaboration call

MOOCwho; if you could help millions of youth to mooc for 9 minutes with a job creating collaboration entrepreneur-who'd you choose- Sir Fazle Abed? George Soros? Jack Ma? Open mIT?  Taddy Blecher ??

hot fall013 Open Education's Next 100 Million Jobs

help progress The Economist's 40 year search for pro-youth curricula : energy & food security; health & nursing; financial services: mass media remixed; education; pros and ecos; Org Design for collab entrepreneurial revolution
Plus Ca Change.. what were The Economist's 7 Entrepreneurial Revolution wonders of 1972 have become the 7 most desperately sought open curriculum of 2013 - join in next at Soros-INETe partner of coursera: money curriculum 1 sept 2013, or rsvp if you have a MOOC nomination to swarm one million youth to

 

welcome to the worldwide youth's most valuable question -  exercise 1
yunusuni.com obamauni.com mandelauni.com clintonuni.com

Welcome to a collaboration university project of Norman Macrae Foundation (The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist) and microeducationsummit.com
-5801 nicholson lane #404 Rockville MD 20852 DC hotline 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

what Moocs could youth create most value and jobs with? some ideas from planetMOOC.com and youth1000education blog:

 

Saving the world

Youth and Economists' last 6 chances

 

 

Massive Open Online Education

 

Cashless Banking

 

Mobilising Nurses as number 1 grasstoots inforatio networkers of 21st C

 

Reforming professionals win-win-win modellers across borderless planet

 

Locally abundant clean energy, water and nutrition

 

Mediating youth's greatest heroes to celebrate youth serving peace and community

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2013 is second year that Yunus has been hosting pan-state jobs competitions through which students present ideas and winners are supported by all of a state's public universities- an updating mooc on youth most productive ideas is urgently needed- hopefully it could be launched before yunus congress gold medal 17 april  - resource webs yunus.tvglobalgrameen.ninggrameen.tv

 OBAMAUNI.com

the most interesting job regeneration program we have come across from first 5 years of obama is the 4 billion dollar program giving every state the opportunity to develop one collaborative community broadband program - a mooc guided tour of collaboration lessons from this program is urgently needed 

MANDELAUNI.com South Africa has made the greatest leaps of all in replacing secondary education wherever young people would be better served by small business apprenticeships- small busienss are the lifeblood of s africa and where one takes a teenager on with a caring apprenticeship it gets supported by free business web site from google africa and all the positive connections with Mandela/Branson elders and the free university systems designed round www.taddyblecher.com - These extraoridnary advances in creating jobs and youth entrepreneurs are more than worthy of one of the world's most popular moocs  CLINTONUNI.com - well hmm - given that the orginal funding for Clinton Global came from Scot Tom Hunter, Scotland expects Clinton to turn all his big summits into something much more mooc grounded in what youth could be collaboratively networking around- get to it Bill and Hilary please

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For me this is the most chalenging research project of 2012 . Is there a collaboration entrepreneur energy out of DC seking to link in with the movement around youth and yunus that hundreds of historically black universities across the states are collaboratively planting as a process aimed at emerging the Yunus Poverty Museum University- probably 80% virtual but with physical hubs in America's poorest counties . Deadline: handing yunus dc report 18 Jan 2013 Alabama

What is certain from 6 years of visiting dhaka is that 2013 will be one of Bangladesh's most difficult years with top-down elections between leaders who are jealous of all bottom up civil society movements most especially Yunus. Thus Yunus is even more joyfully determined to co-brand his worldwide reputation for celebrating pro-youth's grearest innovations with specific benchmark exanples that students are leading. Tokyo is doing this with a 12000 live student competition on 30 January. Clearly that sort of celebration of youth and yunus is beyond the wherewithal of DC region to arrange in 2013 but can we do anything?

What would help is if students themselves bid in what they would like to see in this league table over the holidays period. I am happy to receive any sort of mails at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk and will myself widely post this chalenge as to whether dc aims to be a pro-yputh future capital

Here are a few ideas that I have come across most so far - and would like to know find out whether these match active hot foci or not as youth around you experience the most exciting decade in human history. As clinate watcher say we are the first generation to discover the climate crisis and the last who will be able to do anything about it, Items below are listed in no particular order

1 Orphanages as job creating hubs - this is a way in to both bottom up education, community regeneration and microcredit given that africa's -and according to queen sofia the southern hemisphere's - number 1 microcredit jamii bora emerged from an informal orphanage. I believe many DC embassies would be happy to join in getting help in developing this idea -and this would be one way to unite countries around the world who still trust USA to help their children. The second Obama USAID is foucusing on education in many places but mapping how orphan-hubs cabn interconnct provides a bottom-up way that youth can help ground - and contrast with the ideas of USAID's big partners who still start with top-down mindsets as my reports of usaid myanmar launch last week show

2 Every way that we can partner in celebrating apprenticeship that turn girls into nurses as the number 1 mobilsed information networker acrosss the world's villages, as well as heroic practice leader of basic health. This is Yunus favorite idea from being the first to test mobile in the village back in 1996. Basically he is lkely to prioritise helping any statewide education system that helps him on this

3 Green energy in every way it can regenerate community economies and integrate a worldwide map that comes together to replace the whole carbon energy and waste chain. Grameen's biggest moores law success at the moment is installing solar. Last week Yunus sent out official celebration of million soar units installed; a total he can double every 2 years now that 1) over a decade of work in building grassroots networks has been sustained and 2 the price of solar panels is becoming 2 times cheaper every 2 years. Moreover last week at Brookings the Chinese host of Beijing's Climate Policy thinktank confirmed that china's top party officials now see celebrating bottom-up green energy networks as extremely timely. China aims to be a green economy leader whether or not the west joins in

4 Funding youth's best ideas and converging educators expertise around winning entries. Economically, this is why yunus goes from state to state - four so far - entrepreneurially celebrating youth social business competitions

5 Linking together an open everything tech network beginning with interconnection of student and mentor networks of open sorce everything. One of MIT students most exciting open source pushes this year is Open Infra Red-extreemly important for bottom-up disater prevention and compatible with skoll and brilliant's ILAB . A distinction of yunus student competitions is that they link in students with the deepet permissions to communities in crisis and thus bottom-up interventions in compound risk. So Yunus competitions wants to partner winners from well resourced competitions where student are co-creating open source applications with the million times more collaboration tech than any previous generation. MIT prize networks are USA's leading animator of this which is one reason why i have started communting up and down between DC and Boston

6 How can dc as a capital with more responsibility than most places hub/brand/value collaboration towards a post 2015 goals summit that converges the designs of media, technology, education and credit. In particular what gamechangers can we entreprenurially clarify now:

  • Obama's idea of liberating crowfunding a way to enable youth to come up with a portal that ranks all the most exciting startups that youth searches and internships can linkin from around the world.
  • Are massive open online curriculum a gamechanger than can make university education 10 times more economical and actionable for some segents of students. If they are not, will we ever regain the smasrtest uses of the internet Tim Berners Lee and Negrpronte have been linking in out of MIt for nearly 2 decades
  • Which countries will get regulations of cashless banking right we can model what happens to economies when theyhave at least one pro-youth currency. Can we also help Aflatoun's wish to linkin to this as it udpates its youth finacial literacy curricula in over 90 countries

7 Across the US how can we connect all the food security and nutrition, aquaponics and biowaste startups youth have been pitching as the most popular trading theme across all states linking in yunus competitions. Interestingly youth see Massive redesign of missing secondary curricula as an economic way forward see eg emerging MIT secondary curriculum on microeconomics of biogas and ending local waste http://youth10000energy.blogspot.com

 

Happy 94h birthday mandela! bravo for living the vision of making the whole of south africa happy. rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv if you have a nomination for other top 9 leaders worth celebrating

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  • www.obamauni.com - friends of daughters and sons of microcredit, and bangladesh at 41 (history check- Obama's mother was a pioneer of sustainable microcredit in Indonesia at about the same time that the 1983 Bangladesh Law inaugurating Grameen Bank was celebrated - more recently Kenya has pioneered the 100 times more economic banking process which mobilises cashless banking - see innovations MIT Q4 2012 special issue celebrating Financial Inclusion)
  • www.mandelauni.com out of S Africa partners eg google africa, kiva, branson, mandela and peers of free university linkin through resources journalised www.taddyblecher.com   and job creating education through grades 1 to 18
  • http://www.yunusuni.com/ Glasgow, Saint James, Paris, Dhaka/Mumbai, Cambridges 1 2, Tokyo - Know ye? why these are History's main capitals of pro-youth economics / entrepreneurial revolution since 1758. From over 20 interviews of Yunus and his 2 main goals poverty museum, unemployment museum requiring social business stockmarket in any capital with a future - we maintain a league table of top 50 pro-youth projects and try to clarify who's taking lead collaboration partnership responsibility with yunus in each project. Currently his favorite us oroject may be a YunusUni knowledge centre in the pooerst county of USA that is located deep in the state of alabama.
  • http://clintonuni.com - clinton university has started a competition between 7 regions of us youth on how each would mentor youth on the purpose of economics - we'd love to hear from anyone connecting that
  • NEWS from 170th year of the weekly newspaper founded to end empire economics through mediating the social action goals of end hunger and end capital abuse of youth

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    back in 1984 The Economist mapped why and how youth would need to lead media to change economics from 2005- the race to end poverty would depend on their networking search of 30000 community owned franchises serving life's most critical needs; formerly known as university of poverty a friendly takevover converged in 2008 around the 4 YES YOUTH CAN universties of MANDELAuni, OBAMAuni, CLINTONuni, and YunuSuni

    Can you help co-host 4th Unacknowledge Giant youth economics remembrance party ollowing first 3 Norman Macrae remembrance parties on this need,

    • Party 1 hosted The Economist Boardroom - celebration of Bangladesh at 40- Norman's last 3 articles celebrated Bnagaldesh pro-youth economics as antidote to any nation in 2010s that fails to invest in youth jobs and community regeneration integrating global village ecolgies of food, water and energy which norman nicknamed grameengreen to remind the world of the 2 greatest 20th C contributors to community economics schumacher and yunus
    • Party2 celebrated Taddy Blechers mobilisation of all Mandela partners around free teriary education for any youth who is dedicated to job creation starting with poorest youth who have deepest connections with underemployed. P
    • arty 3 celebrated the blending of Bangladesh civil and youth society at 41 with Norman's favorite all time economics model -what the world could elarn from the way Japan astrated up Asian Pacific worldwide youth century with its contributions to borderless win-win-win economics between 1950-1975
     

    Breaking USA NEWS  Taking Yunus inspired job creation good news across USA and worldwide in jouramlsied by friends at http://jobscompetitions.ning.com can you help us extend the markets of youth job creation on linkedin and through other viral networks hotspots (eg twitter ushahidi) to empower youth. Breaking News we assume 28 september 2012 is last best chance DC ever has to celebrate mobilising youth and yunus economics connections.

    dc will be student entrepreneur competition #13 LINKIN september 28, 2012 -Can DC students present yunus 20 most exicting youth projects he and university leaders has ever seen youth mediate?Started by Chris Macrae: whose net can grow world economy more 5000 bankers or 5000 youth-tech wizards- book 1984 futurizes questions & 3M goals Lets have a dream that youth can do this,  if it does move something inside the beltway, lets make sure that all people who believe in actioning millennium goals unite round student competitions' networks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk;  washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655


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    if this is a terrible time to be young in america with 17% unemployment among the under twenty-five, its a nightmare in italy where the youth unemployment is 28%, in ireland where its 30 per cent, spain where it is 43% (with all of these end-of-2011 numbers  apparently on the rise). Europe has an awkward combination of unity and disunity -the adoption by most nations of a common currency without having created the kind of political and economic union that such a common currency demands - has become a gigantic source of weakness and renewed crisis. In Europe, as in America the places that had the biggest bubbles before the crisis have the biggest slumps now - think of spain as being europe's florida, ireland as europe's nevada. But the Florida legislature doesn't have to worry about coming up with the funds to pay for medicare and social security, which are paid for by the federal government; Spain is on its own as are Greece, Portugal, and Ireland. So in Europe the depressed economy has caused fiscal crises in which private investors are no longer willing to lend to a number of countries. And the response to these fiscal crises - frantic, savage attempts to slash spending - is increasing unemployment all round Europe's periphery to Great Depression levels.

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    //Mandela - s.africa leading the most valuable job-creating univesities of C21

    //Clinton :  2012 12 May CGI Uni starts student competition - for more on subject area click to youtheconomics.com; May 6   Dhaka Hilary Clinton meets Yunus ... download special issue of adam smith scholar edited journal - celebrating 15h year of microcreditsummit that Clinton helped inaugurate in 1997 so that worldwide could celebrate investing in youth co-producing millennium goals


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    Norman Macrae: I was mentored by Keynes that the unique purpose of economics is : designing what future consequences the human race values compounding. With the net generation being the first to design systems whose scale competes globally with nature I trust that economists will take a hippocratic oath regarding the exponential risks and opportunities they adise leaders on noting the extreme costs our children will pay unless multi-win system designs are sustained with the milion times more collaboration tech than that man used to land on moon

    our history - 2008 in light of appalling mistakes being spun by macroeconomists-through greed, fatal conceit, or plain forgetfulness that while economics can serve to mediate bi-partisan approaches to a peoples development its gaming by rival political/cultural parties can only end in depression - Norman Macrae Foundation -The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant & founder since 1976 of the family tree of entrepenurial revolution (over 100 sub-networks)- adopted the project of converging 4 virtual universities inspired by millennium goal social action networks of mandela, yunus, obama and clinton. Previously norman macrae's http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html 1984 scenario of what to change so that the net generation could celebrate the most productive time on earth had recommended uniting human race around bottom up and collaboratuve system designs celebrating the end of poverty- this relates to the earlier microeconomics vision of schumpeter and schumacher that the 21st century would need to empower sustainability of 2 million global villages; knowledge networking era is defined by design of above zero-sum models -precepts first contributed mathematically by von neumann ( biography by norman ) and einstein (particular in his work as team member with Gandhi  (whom Norman's father-in-law worked with for 25 years) and Montessori). As Scottish economists know: from the beginning (1758 of entrepreneurial economics) adam smith had warned in his earliest checklists of economical principles - never ever let there be a monopoly of certifying who has graduated. So we have been searching what could the practitioner curricula of a University of Poverty look like since our earliest blogs in 2000); mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you are fan of the above ideas tell us where we can join in a ning or wiki or other way to start mapping what youth could be practicising before they graduate - a connected project of norman macrae foundation can be found at http://jobscompetitions.ning.com/  - we wholly support the recommendation of muhammad yunus that solutions to ending unemployment in the developed world and solutions to end poverty in the developing world are two sides of the same coin -one that cashless banking and other great apps of this decade's value multiplying games of empowering youth to productively interact round optimism of million times more collaboration tech than when the 60s generation converged on landing on moon

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    Ethan Pollack summarized a book talk given by New York Times columnist Paul Krugman at EPI’s offices on Wednesday. Pollack’s post contained full video from the event.

    In discussing his new book Paul Krugman has recently been mentioning a very interesting regression coefficient:apparently for every !% that a european nation cuts off its debt to GDP ration, the nation's economy shrinks 1.3 per cent - showing how absurd austerity programs are when a continent is depressed.

    But this confirmation of part of keynes and some lovely quotes from what 20th century economists once knew how to end depression (wave upon wave across the atlantic see below) - show that even krugman only understands a minor part of the crisis - the very calculations and system designs (eg who prints currency and who runs cashless banking) of economics itself needed to be changed if we were to celebrate huge increases in youth productivity due to million times more collaboration tech afforded by knowledge networking age where multi-win modelsneed to replace zero-sum ones and externalisation at boundaries is the worst system failing of all given connectivity is making this the first borderless generation , and economics needed to be designed around families and comunities investment in their next generation's productivity.

    There is also a kind of innocence in Krugman's assumption that we are heading for decades of decline because good economic principles have been fogotten -our scenario is we have entered a war between badwill and goodwill networks where orwellian big brothers know exatly how to introduce the next speculative collapse so that most peoples in main street lose while a few superpower over we-the-peoples spinning compound risks whose timing meltdowns they alone control.

    Also Krugman's wistful role on what good government policies could be reinstated to boost job creation miss the point of 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution that none of 20th c organisation typologies are sustainable for century 21- partner hybrid models that are needed require a new language -and worldwide access to value chain maps) in which most top-dow gov will be revealed as uneconomic while impact of bottom-up big society networks can hold out public services renaissance
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    1mobamauniobamauni@obamauni http://www.erworld.tv/id347.html French friends choose who'll turn german/american economists/politicians spinning depression century - & thank krugman
    21mjohncaswelljohncaswell@johncaswell Why am I so over the narrative of Politics? Listening to the utter and predictable clap trap sounds so irrelevant - I loathe Ed Millichip

     

     

    Krugmans Bon Mots ##1 p21-23 we live in the shadow of economic catastrophe.. we have suddenly become poorer yet neither our resources nor our knowledge have been impaired ...it seems as if our possibilities of wealth may run to waste for a long time. How can this be happening? The central message of Keynes work on depressions is this doesn't need to be happening. Keynes used the metaphor that depression economies suffer from magneto trouble - an old fashioned term for problem's with a car's electrical system. A more modern analogy might be a software crash.

    Either way the point is the problem isnt with the economic engine that is as powerful as ever. Instead we are talking about a technical problem of organisation and coordination - a colossal muddle as Keynes put it. Solve the technical problem and the economy will roar back to life.

    Many people find this message fundamentally implausible, even offensive. Mass unemployment must be the result of something deeper than a fine old muddle. That's why Keynes used his magneto analogy. We all know that sometimes a $100 battery is all it takes to get a stalled $30000 car back on the road.

    Keynes hoped to convince people that a similar disproportion between cause and effect can apply to depressions. However psychologically powerful people who believe themselves well informed (ed- even fatally conceited in Hayek's jargon) find it hard to attribute such devastation to a relatively minor malfunction. There may also be a strong desire to see economics as a morality play in which hard times are the punishment for previous excesses." In 2010. my wife and I had the opportunity to hear a speech on economic policy by Wolfgang Schauble, the German finance minster: midway through she leaned over and whispered: "as we leave the room we will be given whips to scourge ourselves". People like Schauble love to sound sagacious by declaring that our problems have deep roots and no easy solutions, and that we will all have to adjust to a more austere outlook. They sound wise and realistic even though they are utterly wrong.

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    1 While warmly applauding krugman-keysian current situational analysis- an extra muddle can be framed by asking which of these 3 regions would you choose as more economical for you children and future worldwide generations to thrive in - IF it is the case that for half a century the 3 different regions' main trading power has spent 25% of its peoples money so differently- NB a compound investment of 25% over 50 years implies a social-valuation direction that could be 70000 (1.25**50) different to cross-culturally live productively in:

    >>> a region where lead nation, compared with keynes time, has a government spending an additional 25% of all of its peoples earnings on arms and advertising scary messages

    >>>a region which is spending much of 25% on a bureaucracy that tries to avoid integrating the cultures of its many nations particularly its strongest two - one of which is very puritan about the bureaucrats' rules and the other of which selectively breaks the rules blithely proclaiming that such were too difficult for anyone to action

    >>>a region where the lead nation wastes none of 25% on any of above

    While dad as only journalist at Messina in 1956 had originally backed the 4 wise founders of the EU in the concept of making core sector markets so interconnected in trade that going to war again would be like shooting yourself in the foot, 6 years later this brave group were being replaced by the burgeoning bureaucracy which is why considering japan's economic miracle was such a relief in 1962 and by 1975 made it economically obvious that 1976-2075 would gravitate around asian pacific century

    further references on fine old muddles : 1996 oxford union debating script; surveys at The Economist: 1988 valedictory survey; 1975-77 asian pacific century, and miracle of 2 billion people becoming newly productive; 1976 entrepreneurial revolution, 1975 america's third century, 1969 neurotic trillionaire; 1972 fine old muddle which will cause collapse of global financial system in 2010s if left to compound viciously over next 40 years

     

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    #1 p21-23 we live in the shadow of economic catastrophe.. we have suddenly become poorer yet neither our resources nor our knowledge have been impaired ...it seems as if our possibilities of wealth may run to waste for a long time. How can this be happening? The central message of Keynes work on depressions is this doesn't need to be happening. Keynes used the metaphor that depression economies suffer from magneto trouble - an old fashioned term for problem's with a car's electrical system. A more modern analogy might be a software crash.

    Either the way the point is the problem isnt with the economic engine that is as powerful as ever. Instead we are talking about a technical problem of organisation and coordination - a colossal muddle as Keynes put it. Solve the technical problem and the economy will roar back to life.

    Many people find this message fundamentally implausible, even offensive. Mass unemployment must be the result of something deeper than a fine old muddle. Thats why Keynes used his magneto analogy. We all know that sometimes a $100 battery is all it takes to get a stalled $30000 car back on the road.

    Keynes hoped to convince people that a similar disproportion between cause and effect can apply to depressions. However psychologically people whe believe themselves well informed (ed- even fatally conecited in Hayek's jargon) find it hard to atribute such devastation to a relatively minor malfunction. There may also be a strong desire to see economics as a morality play in which hard times are the punishment for previous excesses." In 2010. my wife and I had the opportunity to hear a speech on economic policy by Wolfgang Schauble, the Greman finance minster: midway through she leaned over and whspered: "as we leave the room we will be given whips to scourge ourselves". People like Shauble love to sound sagacious by declaring that our problems have deep roots and no easy soutions, and that we will all have to adjust to a more austere outlook. They sound wise and realistic even though they are utterly wrong.

    Questioning the bon-bon

    1 While completely ageeing with kruganm-keysian current situational analysis- an extra muddle can be framed by asking which of these 3 regions would you choose as more economical for you children and future worldwide generations to thrive in - IF it is the case that for half a century the 3 diffeentt regions' main trading power has spent 25% of its peoples money so differently- NB a compound investment of 25% over 50 years implies a social-valuation direction that could be 70000 (1.25**50) different to produce in

    a region where lead nation, compared with keynes time, has a government spending an additional 25% of all of its peoples earnings on arms and advertising scary messages

    a region which is spending much of 25% on a bureaucracy that tries to avoid integrating the cultures of its many nations particularly its strongest two - one of which is very puritan about the bureaucrats' rules and the other of which selectively breaks the rules blithely proclaiming that such were too difficult for anyone to action

    a region where the lead nation wastes none of 25% on any of above

    while dad as only journalist at messina in 1956 had originally backed the 4 wise founders of the eu in the concept of making core euro markets so interconnected in trade that going to war again would be like shooting yourself in the foot; 6 years later this brave group were being replaced by the burgeoning bureaucracy which is why cosidering japan's economic miracle was such a relief in 1962 and by 1975 made it economically obvious that 1976-2075 would gravitate around asian pacific century

    further references on fine old muddles : 1996 oxford union debating script; surveys at The Economist: 1988 valedictory survey; 1975-77 asian pacific century and miracle of 2 billion people becoming newly productive; 1976 entreprejeurial revolution and neurotic trillionnaire; 1972 the fine old muddle which will cause collapse of global fincial system in 2010s if left to compound viciously over next 40 years

     

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    DO YOU KNOW...
    Q: Original Purpose of Economics? A The Scotland of the 1750s was at the end of a first generation to have found their country taken over by England's Empire., So Adam Smith was motivated to start writing about how to design systems so that peoples could could look forward to their next generation sustaining more productive lives than they had had ... 7 quarters later keynes general theory issued humanity's greatest challenge- economics as a systems science had reached the state that only economics rules the world ... moreQ: What do the man-made systems that rule the world look like? A Purposeful value exchanges composed round 5 main flows of how productively peoples lives are used and 5 main demands human beings make as co-workers, customers, owners, stewards of the globe, stewards of society at the village level - moreQ: Why can't human race in 21st C be sustained with choice of economics made by 20th C biggest banks and govs etc? A Long Story: ER alumni are in their 37th year of offering debating scripts eg1 on wht some industrial age systems after world war 2 were designed to be too big to exist as the first net generation became more connected than separated by geographical borders ... What is known is that 2010s is most exciting decade to be an entrpreneur because our impacts define what will be possible for all our childrens' children more

    World Class Brands are in 25th year (as a subnetwork of Norman Macrae's Entrepreneurial Revolution) of helping sustain the most purposeful organsiations or markets in the world. Core to any charter of purpose is a quiz revolving round this question
    - who would uniquely miss what if this didn't exist?. From this Q&A's list of trust-flows, economics maps how to connect producers and demanders of the exchange in multi-win models of purpose. Henceforth, potential conflicts with this goodwill model are audited and resolved at every cycle so that unique purpose is celebrated to lead the future by continuously multiplying the most value and trust. This model provides the simplest benchmark around all exponential impact metrics of sustainability investement can be calculated and the transparency of all multi-win models are webbed around pro-youth economics. Questions welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

     

    Download reality of Yunus-led Grameen

    This site  The Web 

    Ways to Change Job Creating Capabilities of Universities -RSVP chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

     Social Business Chairs

    worlds first in paris at HEC 08 joined by Glasgow's in 2010 and now Kyushu Japan 2011

    "Yunus & Shiiki Social Business Research Center (SBRC)". press release >>here<< 

     Glasgow University signed a MoU to help create the missing economics course that invests in youth's productivity - one first project is the journal of social busienss and job creating economicsGlasgow Caledonian University provided Grameen in Dhaka its senior Nurse training professor so that Grameen Nursing College could start up with funding from Girl Power foundations like Nike - a way to ensure village girls who win scholarships to stay on to secondary school can further their career path with nursing -this being the most undersupplied job capability in bangaldesh 
       
       
     
    ..

    This is intended as a  first-draft discussion document focused round 3 questions of huge importance to me though I have somewhat limited experience of them.

     

    A What Can State of Georgia Do next to Empower Youth Job Creation
    Nobel Peace winner attends atlanta economic forum - pilot test of process to fly 50 states
    Judges of most exciting job creation competition ever held

     

    C How could the Georgia-OFCVC model go across 50 US states or other regions where educators want to help youth job create?

     

    B How do Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus methods such as Social Business funds and SB stockmarkets connect

     

    My perspective is framed largely by how my father’s and yunus ideas connect in seeing the purpose of economics as investing in next generations productivity , as well as share 4 years of information on who I have met inspired by yunus/bangladesh to help make 2010s youths most productive decade

    rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc tel 1-301 881 1655

      

    A) & C)

    I mentor teenagers including my own that universities are the next big bubble in USA almost as dangerous to their productive lifetimes as Wall Street. Their costs and required student loans gone up astronomically, and the more expensive the university the less their principals seem to define their purpose in job creation terms

     

    Using the microentrepreneurial language of Yunus, most work in the future will be innovated while you are still being educated and enjoying extraordinary peer networks not by getting a top grade in an exam for a job waiting you in a big corporation or big government.

     

    A1 I therefore interpret Georgia’s 1000 youth SB competition as a breakthrough for liberating the relationship between student and teachers. Almost every idea presented needs its principal to ask where in our college are we learning to network how to create jobs from that idea. In other words the large part of funding (future) competition winners must come from changing processes and reallocation of universities own revenues as well as the state’s budgets for social or business development. However by being the first to demonstrate this method across states, Georgia and Yunus and OFCVC can claim training revenues from other states or demand other partnership exchanges. I

     

    A2 With job creation top of peoples agendas, there is also a timely opportunity to build on integrating the constituency networks OFCVC has developed in its 10 year long sharing of an entrepreneur program across colleges such as 1 principals 2 state and local government and development organisations 3 youth 4 business leaders

     

    A3 Two next choices seem critical – the first handful of states to extend to –what will they give to be part of the process; within Georgia who else has funds that ought to want to join in promoting an innovation out of Georgia that the world of youth wants most (jobs/ income-gen futures) Examples of Georgia-leading industries  could include coca-cola, branson who indirectly started entrepreneur training and virgin unite out of Atlanta, ted turner already a reform UN partner of yunus. Interface the world most exciting model of transforming industry to zero carbon

     

    Ideas of which states to extend to first:

     

    C1 interested to know where ofcvc 101 college strength is and whether eg texas is a first candidate; I was sat at dinner next to sponsoring family rehman whose daughter works for fed economic development out of Austin- Austin is where one of 2 US CEOs most supporting yunus is based – ie John Mackey whole foods

     

    C2 I have been searching which 4 places in usa could become epicenters for Yunus greatest projects- along with Atlanta I would suggest which ever state Intel chooses (the other US major  resources partner of Yunus and worldwide leader of infotech possibilities of Yunus) ; probably Massachussetts if we could negotiate that because the future of US education is tested out of there and Yunus number 1 global partnering agent (head of Grameen America) is headquartered in Boston; and maybe the princeton /new jersey region as which is where both monica yunus and sam daley harris are based.

     

    Although I am based in DC and Maryland, I can say from experience that I don’t find these states easy to connect universities , though would happily join a group testing inter-state demand at any future time.

     

    C3 A lot is changing in next few months so any ideas logged up now need continuous reappraisal:

    In particular 2012 is the most political in US 4-year cycle and this time jobs will be number 1 agenda

     

    Sam daley harris is ending 15 years of making microcredit his main network focus and turning to leading a wholly civil society networks- finding out his first regional hotspots seems relevant

    B0 How do Yunus methods such as SB funds and SB stockmarkets connect?

     

    B01 When I first met yunus at end of 2007 after forming  first 1000 social business  bookclub, he had two globally popular slogans that reinforced each other”

    • join human race to poverty museums
    • develop social business stockmarkets

    he also used a more detailed vocabulary

    a)social action – one year team development of small groups of students to test an emerging social business concept;

    b) social business to be the main model he used to govern any goal-oriented project, organisation or network;

    c)future capitalism to be a club of global partners connecting round yunus community economic models by investing some of the world’s most advanced tech resources as well as their finance and other capabilities

     This January 2008 video typifies how he then explained his open relationships with youth  education, investment, job creation linked to youths millennium goal networks http://www.youtube.com/user/caplinski#p/u/14/idn4vCtJ0Hs The first chapter of his first book on social business was arguably the most relevant economic contribution to systemic development in the 33 years that I have heard people relate to my father’s 1976 article on entrepreneurial revolution in The Economist – for fathers surveys go to http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys  

    B02 Something I would most like to see journal of social business do is use its back pages to catalogue/update all cases of sb funds and sb capital markets. The Economist started life with front pages on changing weekly news; and bank pages developing ever more informative data. Why not JOSB too?

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    click pic to download journal of pro-youth economics 

    There are many variants and ways to intervene with “SB funds” but the strategic ones that the French help yunus co-create from 2005 are economically very different from the PR ones hans reitz suggests yunus should promote in any city that wants to commemorate him

     B3.1 My understanding is that yunus went through 3 extraordinary stages of innovation – each of which built on the other but became his next passion: B3.1.1 1976-1995 modeling 10 times more economic models in the village – fortunately the basic molecule of this was poorest mothers centres of 60 which interacted banking, ownership of community market, and hubbing knowhow B3.1.2 1996-2004 introducing mobiles through village phone ladies- one lady became hub connector with other 100000 hubs B3.1.3 2005 on when 4 large organisations in paris all offered to partner yunus with technology and funding to test an extreme innovation using rural bangladesh as an innovation lab B3.2 Oddly summits and world stage of yunus developed slightly out of sequence B3.2.1 1989 world bank asked for international arm Grameen Trust to be developed1997 microcreditsummit launched (along with Grameen foundation in DC); over next 9 years status of Yunus as Nobel Prize 2006 laureate grew but quality control of how summit advanced microcredit models diluted2003? Skoll asked yunus and abed to join Drayton , ashok’s founder of social entrepreneurs, to join world social entrepreneur club of 5. Yunus fairly quickly found that social entrepreneurs didn’t necessarily value having a business model- this seems to be where social business (entrepreneur) originated as a term, though it represented the main model no dividend, no loss, owned by poorest (or those in most need of purpose) that Yunus had innovated to bring sustainability to charities and bottom-up empowerment to aid 
     

    Obviously this could have been a lot longer. A lot of the above is an exploration of my first responses to what I understand the opportunities to be- both your questions and comments most welcomed.

     

    Sent to Prof Bhuiyan (1000 student jobs competition);Zasheem journal of social busienss Mostofa of youth ambassador 5000 and helping mrs begum link together education entrepreneurs

    .

    Hi

     

    I thought you might be interested to help improve on this sort of approach - for couple of months now inspired by Halima's hosting of 500 people celebrating french, obama and MIT startups at French Embassy DC,  I have been exploring any way to make contact with MIT as the western world's leading university model of job creation

     

    The question of how to connect Yunus university research and MIT knowhow is of course something you wil have better veiws on than I

     

    thanks

    chris macrae


     

    Dear Glen Urban

     

    Sorry its been so long since our last contact when I was debriefing Harvard Business School marketing professors on turn of millennium triple issue of journal of marketing management that I guest edited on global media's biggest conflicts with sustainable community realities

     

    The foundation dedicated to my father Norman Macrae , The Economist's main journalist of entrepreneurship and the internet between 1949-1989,  wants to identify a world league table of universities that do most to create jobs and help youth openly network entrepreneurial spirit.

     

    MIT is the only university we would consider as first benchmark in USA. Could a member of our research team make an appointment to interveiw you on clues as to what MIT does entrepreneurially and differently in empowering students and job creation leaders 

     

    We are hoping to issue a first debriefing of this topic late September at French Embassy DC which recently hosted a MITEF gala. This aims to celebrate the time that US congress has asked for testimony on microeconomics.

     

    Sincerely

     

    Chris Macrae

    Washington DC 1-301 881 1655


     

    Some other connections

     

    for 10 years in 1980s I worked in Paris at Novaction the worldwide developed or market models with express software

     

    my dad and I wrote the first book on the internet in 1984 and my own passion is ways of valuing trust and sustaining unique purspoe

     

    Dad's biography of Von Neumann was sponsored by Sloan Foundation

     

    My father believed that many of the ideas that Bangladesh created during its first 40 years were grounded in the microeconomics and grassroots networking of urgently needed innovations that  he believed in most. These included maps relevant to schumpeter's 2 million global village networking model - so the other university we are studying first is Muhammad Yunus and Sarkozi's choice for exploring new economics HEC; we are also working with some Adam Smith researchers in my family's original home region of Glasgow

     

    The other main project of Norman Macrae Foundation is intitial funding of Journal of Social Business. May I post you a copy of the inaugural issue that we have sampled to the congresmen who voted for microeconics testimony?

    ..

    Dear Emmanuelle

    I have returned from visiting Yunus in Dhaka. He has asked my father's friends and I to develop a roundtable process. He wants this tested first in DC region. I would like to meet to discuss if Embassy of France would want to be locational host of

    Each year Yunus has 3 or 4 biggest meetings around the world that are known in his diary well ahead. The next one is his testimony to US congress as genius microeconomist of our times which is the main prize of the Congressional Gold Medal which two thirds of Congress voted him for after many years of grassroots support from http://www.results.org/ led by my friend Sam Daley-Harris. The date of this testimony in US Congress is currently confidential and just being fixed but its most likely to be end September

    What Yunus would like is a technology for poor and/or for job creation roundtable which is preceded by 2 salons where people and startup networks discuss who should be at the roundtable, and what viral good news on youth and technology we can all celebrate

    I would like to meet to discuss details of whether Emabssy of France would like to be the locational host of that. If I knew that in principle you would be happy then I would look for a major sponsor - eg Jeff Skoll - to partner the first 3 of these - ie the DC one and whichever turn out to be the next 2 significant places in the future history of yunus- One of these is likely to be Madrid as Queen Sofia is hosting the world microcreditsummit there in middle of November. I would also use the fact that my family's holiday is in Paris this year between June 16 to June 24 to ensure that all French startups partners of Yunus know of the technology roundtable series so that they can own as much of it as they want

    WHY TECHNOLOGY FOCUS?

    In Dr Yunus current situation it is only technology Social Businenss partnerships that he knows can be multiplied without interference of Sheikh Hasina. Consequently The CEO of his technology applications groups is now his most trusted envoy around the world except when he himself can be present. She has just retirned from the UN summit in Turkey.

    She aims to be in Paris in mid June with me

    In my father's last 3 years of life he became convinced that Yunus is the entrepreneurial revolutionary of our net generation. Once Yunus technology roundtables get to pilot stage I can write to his major lifetime friends including Romano Prodi and Mary Robinson and Prince Charles and The Emperor of Japan (who awarded him te Order of Rising Sun with glold bars) to see if their regions wish to be involved.

    Since start ofd 2008, my familiy have connected 2050 book readers of Dr Yunus and sponsored the Journal of Social Business and http://www.youthandyunus.com/ and two of his birthday wish dialogues so friends of Yunus increasingly lets me know who his most trusted world partners are ; so we can get his permission to see which of them may feel that this first DC-based series is a special opportunity. Many in France see Yunus as having helped renew national interest in entrepreneurs as job creators (I can bring you a special issue of Liberation which featured a yunus article on every page) and this could be the right time to involve Obama Startups leaders over here. Recent news from Spain makes it clear any learning in startups will be most valued over there

    sincerely

    chris macrae washingtin dc  usa=1 301 881 1655

    references -

    fathers 1984 future history on how to sustain youth of the net generation

    father 40 years of surveys at The Economist

    father's last article :  how Yunus and microeconomists can help prevent 2010s compounding a decade of slumps

    france's main portal to good news with dr yunus http://www.danonecommunities.com/

    .If Business Schools were ranked by job creation, end poverty, investing in youth and sustainability knowhow networking - what would league tables look like?

    rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv

    Premier League

    HEC

    MIT 0 1 2 3

     

    First Division

    Kyushu Japan

    AIT, Bangkok

    Glasgow University and Glasgow Caledonian

    Second Diviision

    Univeristy of Bologna; University of Florence

    Asian University of Women, Chittagong


    we are particularly interested in more reviews of AIT Bangkok

    Saturday, April 6, 2013

    exercise 1

    I am writing to anyone who might have a chance in coming weeks to talk to yunus or any pro-youth entrepreneur about their favourite wordwide youth gamechangers  and particularly to mostofa who is the dhaka contact point for survey on how yunus, youth and mooc can help each other change the world

     

    suggested pro-youth economics exercise

     

    write a short review of who's who or where's where in whatever gamechanger you are most passionate about freeing millions of youth actions and knowledge around

     

    show it to yunus or whomever is your most passionate gamechanger

     

    make 3 requests

    1 will he adopt this gamechanger as a priority to be turning this into a 12 minute online sccipt for millions of youth to use online and collaboratively?

    2 will he or she edit your first draft?

    3 will he or she nominate one world expert that will be meeting in next few months where we can make a 3 minute video of the 2 experts discussing the gamechanger; in cashless banking case that follows my choice would be to video yunus & soros (but then transparency i note that members of my family has long friendships with each)

     

    here is an example on the gamechanger of cashless banking - by the way if you can pen a better starting script fine, but either mostofa or I aim to try this exercise out on yunus at our next meeting

     

     

     what do millions of youth need to network and action next around cashless banking?

    after 7 years of discussion with bangladesh's founding microfinance entrepreneurs including all of the 3 most revolutionary pro-youth and pro-mothers, we believe cashless banking is the last chance of microfinance champions who want to end poverty or create jobs out of every community- help millions of youth to know of this possibility

     

    brainstorm (or join gamechnager mooc online forum) round some reasons why

    • cashless banking can reduce many of physical transactions of banking by over 90% - manual bookkeeping, safe transport of cash etc
    • cashless banking only viralises across people networks and through pporest communities if its first app meets a need in that country that isn't anywhere near as safe, economical or convenient as cash banking
    • cashless banking can be designed round reliable small merchants instead of atms- if it creates jobs and restored the most trusted service people in any community
    • cashless banking summits are one of the main education agendas being celebrated by the global banks http://www.gabv.org/  with values networks and friends
    • where cashless banking earns everyone's trust, it becomes the peoples/youths most popular brand for co-introducing every other job creating gamechanger- please note we are not suggesting that the smartest cashless banks will take an operational role in all such services but clearly their mass relationships on the ground make them the most trusted media youth have ever been offered to collaborate around -in other words the world's most trusted cashless banks will also become the greatest youth investment banks in every most human purpose collaboration tech can now mobilise

     

    cashless banking can also do some other extremely controversial things in support of those who joyfully believe that no millennium goal is now impossible if enough people connect actions and learning around it -it can save any country that the EU destroys at the periphery and it can renew 2010s optimism on issues that are all about getting back to what the Pope Francis calls the power of service- since this links into every religion's golden rule of saving the commons for the poorest (families) to be sustainable , our first question to you is if you know your faith very well what's the simplest link we could all be reading on its golden rule

     

    My father whose Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues in The Economist began in 1972 with a startling survey on corrections that would need to be made to 20th C macroeconomics if the net generation was to be sustainable -as opposed to being pied pipered down Orwell's Big Brother endgame - also wrote his last article xmas 2008 on how every way he had ever researched for the net generation to create 3 billion jobs and unite human race in ending poverty could depend on getting cashless banking right for each nation's different context in the 2010s - if that's a topic that interests you, we welcome opportunity to co-host a remembrance parry in your country to The Economist's journalist of entrepreneurial revolution and pro-youth economics

     

     contact our pro-youth economics co-editors or apply to become one for your region pro-youth economic editors at Norman Macrae Foundation

     

    all the best chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

    3:21 pm edt 

    Friday, May 18, 2012

    obamauni feedthe future day at chicago
    http://www.businessfightspoverty.org/page/nutrition-zone
    www.feedthefuture.gov usaid value chains nutrition, food security, agriculture
    the G8's food security agenda.

    first panel nutrition and food security
    twitter #globalag
    8:49 am edt 

    Wednesday, May 9, 2012

    news that clinton global university starts student competition
    for our coverage uniting the world of student competitions please see http://jobscompetitions.ning.com
    May 2012 cgiu.org  

    Dear friends,

    CGI U 2012 brought together more than 1,100 students from 310 universities, 97 countries, and all 50 states to create innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Photos from CGI U 2012 are available at: cgiu.org/photos. Event webcasts can be viewed on the CGI U website, and additional video features are posted to CGI’s YouTube channel.

    CGI U 2012 also featured the announcement of an exciting new college competition. “Up To Us: Students Taking Action for a Better Fiscal and Economic Future” is an innovative, year-long campus competition that will engage students at colleges across the U.S. on an issue that is critical to their future — America’s long-term fiscal and economic challenges. Over the course of the 2012-2013 academic year, up to 12 student teams will launch campaigns to raise awareness about fiscal sustainability, drawing connections to critical issues such as economic opportunity, resources available for future investments, and other domestic and global concerns.

    Teams will be given the flexibility to craft their own goals, messaging, and tactics for the campaigns, which could include new technology and social media or more traditional tactics such as rallies, teach-ins, and grassroots organizing. The campaigns will be judged by a panel of experts based on their effectiveness at raising awareness and inspiring action on campus. The winning team will be announced at CGI U 2013 and recognized by President Bill Clinton. For more information, you can visit the competition’s website at: http://netimpact.org/lead-change/students/opportunities/uptous.

    The competition is a joint project of CGI U, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, and Net Impact. We will keep you posted with more updates on this and other exciting projects in the future.

    Sincerely,

    The CGI U Team

    6:10 pm edt 

    Wednesday, May 25, 2011

    Yunus Innovation at MIT

    Other Global Challenges at MIT

    The Yunus Challenge
    The Yunus challenge was launched in December 2006 in collaboration with the MIT International Development Initiative. Every year the Yunus Challenge focuses on a different problem faced by some of the poorest communities in the world in an effort to bring these problems to the forefront of the academic community. Areas covered are drinking water, fuel efficiency, sanitary health & hygiene, de-worming and other affordable consumer products.

    Support to tackle the challenge is given through Public Service Fellowships, the MIT IDEAS Competition, and the innovative D-Lab service learning course. The IDEAS Competition team with the best solution will win the Yunus Challenge award at the Competition awards ceremony in May each year and when possible, Dr Yunus will try to present the award in person. The next one is possibly 3rd May 2010.

    Future challenges will be informed by and build on the growing partnerships between developing country organizations and parts of the MIT community, including Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab and the International Development Initiative.

    How it works:
    • The IDEAS Competition kicks-off in October.
    • Students can submit initial proposals each month from then through to March.
    • Final entries come in mid April and are judged early May.
    • The teams then have 15 months in which to spend their awards.
     
    The Challenge is also supported by the Fellowships, Internships, and Grants programs which typically send students to work on their projects over the summer or the January break, although it would be possible for students to receive support to work on their projects at MIT during the semester.

    Applications for these programs are received from the middle of each semester. The classes that tackle the Yunus Challenge run both semesters and also have a major fieldwork component during the January break. Some students can also travel with support from these classes over the summer. It’s a pretty continuous process.

    Currently, there are discussions underway that could expand the Yunus Challenge to include Cambridge University in the UK. This may be done in conjunction with the “Engineers without borders” branch at the university.

    Updates
    The best way to get updates is by this live website: http://web.mit.edu/ideas/www/index.htm

    Past events and subsequent winners

    2006 TB Challenge

    http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/22129/

    In the same competition, Jose Gomez-Marquez, who was a key member of one of the first IDEAS Yunus Challenge winning teams (New DOTS/XOutTB) and who is now a member of the IDI staff at MIT was named Humanitarian of the Year by the magazine Technology Review:

    http://www.technologyreview.com/tr35/Profile.aspx?TRID=762

    2007 Indoor Air Pollution Challenge
     
    http://www.oneearthdesigns.org/projects/energy/solsource
    2009 Energy Storage Challenge

    http://www.lebone.org/
    IDEAS Global Challenge

    In its basic conception, this is a web-based mechanism to enable the global MIT community, particularly alumni, to get involved in the IDEAS Competition. Using this mechanism, MIT alumni around the world will be able to network and take part in IDEAS as mentors, team members, and sources of information on community issues and resources. We are interested in the idea of extending this concept to also enable cross-institutional collaboration between MIT and Cambridge on the Yunus Challenges.

    2011 Yunus Challenge: Agricultural Processes

     


    2011 Yunus Challenge: Agricultural Processes

    Problem

    Without access to agricultural innovations, smallholder farmers must manually grow, harvest and process important food staples like maize (corn) and grains, which is labor intensive and time consuming. Conducting agricultural activities by hand also contributes to avoidable injuries and pulls children out of school, since producing food for survival takes priority over education in subsistence farming households. Manual work is typically less precise and much slower than technology, which can lead to unnecessary waste of crops as well as farming inputs like water and fertilizer. Furthermore, options to sell agricultural products at fair prices may be limited if farmers lack transportation, storage facilities and information about market prices.

    As a result of these and other factors, smallholder farmers may put in long hours of hard labor, but still struggle to capture enough value from their crops to support their households and remain vulnerable to seasonal and market variations.

    Context

    Agricultural innovations are potentially transformative, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, where the sector accounts for the biggest share of the economy and employs over two-thirds of the population, either directly as farmers and laborers or indirectly as sellers and entrepreneurs. Research shows that agricultural innovations can help break the cycle of poverty by improving incomes while reducing hunger and malnutrition, which affect over 1 billion people and are contributing factors to the majority of the deaths of children under 5. The World Bank estimates that growth in the agricultural sector is twice as effective as other sectors in reducing poverty.

    Over the past few decades, billions of dollars have been invested in developing agricultural innovations. Some examples include:

    • Improved seeds for higher yield, resistance to pests and disease, and better nutrition
    • Environmentally sustainable farming techniques and fertilizers
    • Affordable water pumps and drip irrigation systems
    • Methods to convert agricultural waste into resources like charcoal and fuel
    • Technologies for information transfer about market opportunities
    • More efficient devices for post-harvest processing, transport and storage

    Yet adoption of these promising agricultural innovations has been far from ubiquitous, and remains especially low among the poor. Around the world, 550 million smallholder farmers still lack access to beneficial agricultural innovations. Poor farmers, who are mostly women and often less educated, may be left out of training services and have difficulty accessing credit, insurance, land, and markets. The Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI) has identified a spectrum of challenges to adoption of agricultural innovations, ranging from lack of information about available technologies and their benefits, to distribution issues stemming from weak supply chains and infrastructure (a summary is available online at http://atai-research.org/Our-Approach.html).

    Solution

    ATAI suggests that to maximize the impact of investments in agricultural innovations, we need to know why technologies that could dramatically improve people’s lives are not being used and then determine how best to deliver them. This means understanding the political, economic and socio-cultural landscape as well as how smallholder farmers behave and make choices about the investments, utilities and risks associated with new innovations. It is also important to explore how barriers to adoption relate to one another and whether some consistently matter more than others. Targeting a single barrier without addressing others may be unsuccessful, but at the same time, attempting to overcome all barriers simultaneously may not be cost effective or necessary.

    This year's Yunus Challenge calls for locally and environmentally sustainable innovations to promote adoption of agricultural technologies among smallholder farmers for better livelihoods.

    Key Considerations and Judging Criteria

    The Yunus Challenge Award for 2010 will be given to participants who create an innovative solution that has the most potential to increase adoption of beneficial agricultural technologies among smallholder farmers to improve their livelihoods.

    Teams are encouraged to put energies toward creating solutions that overcome the behavioral and situational hurdles of agricultural technology adoption, rather than looking at the challenge only in technological terms. While not required, the proposed solution may involve a physical device. Solutions should be designed for implementation in communities living at or below the poverty level, where infrastructure is limited.

    Innovation, feasibility and impact will be important criteria in judging. Proposed solutions should be new, focus on measurable change, and aim for a price point that makes intervention accessible to the poorest populations and allows for dissemination on a large scale. Specific aspects to address include, but should not necessarily be limited to:
    •    Affordability
    •    Acceptability within the community (e.g., likelihood of adoption)
    •    Livelihood impact (e.g., increased incomes from value-adding activities, time and labor saved)
    •    Health impact (e.g., reduced hunger from higher yields, improved nutrition)
    •    Environmental impact (e.g., waste reduction or reuse, decreased land and water degradation)
    •    Scalabity

    Credit will be given for supporting rationale regarding how the solution will directly address the issues faced. For example, this rationale could include why the team decided to focus particular attention on solving one aspect of the challenge. However, if a team decides that another factor is equally significant, supporting evidence for this factor also should be provided. The needs of the poor are wide and varied and teams are not expected to address all issues surrounding adoption of agricultural technologies, however, proposed solutions should address a particular need and fill it well. Participants are encouraged to work on designs with a specific community or region in mind, as this can be helpful in identifying constraints and providing context.

    For more information or resources about the 2011 Yunus Innovation Challenge to Alleviate Poverty, please visit http://web.mit.edu/idi/yunus.shtml or contact Laura Sampath at lsampath [at] mit [dot] edu.

    Supporting Initiatives

    Opportunities are available for students who want to learn more about the challenge and the context in which a solution should operate. Students are encouraged to apply for Public Service fellowships, internships and grants that provide them with the opportunity to work on a potential program and with communities to develop a feasible solution which takes local context into account. For more information, please contact Alison Hynd at hynd@mit.edu.

    For additional support in gathering information about the local context, customs and conditions of a specific community or country, participants may leverage the expertise of D-Lab teams who have local partners in more than 20 countries and who will be doing field work over the 2011 January IAP session in eight countries across three continents. For more information, please contact d-lab-trip-leaders@mit.edu.

    Participants also may enter proposals into the IDEAS Competition and MIT Global Challenge, where special awards have been created to provide winning teams with funding to pursue their ideas. For more information, please contact the globalchallenge [at] mit [dot] edu.

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    Lesley- is this something you are already involved with
    yunus has asked my friends and I to pilot how to do technology roundtables as a process twinned with where he has biggest meetings of the year
    I need to look for sponsors - while I will start with skoll; google africa would be the obvious one if hubs and yunus are to multiuply around africa
    are you able to introduce this topic to ory or should I phone google africa
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    chris

    --- On Tue, 24/5/11, Matthew Albracht, Peace Alliance <info@thepeacealliance.org> wrote:

    From: Matthew Albracht, Peace Alliance <info@thepeacealliance.org>
    Subject: Global Peace Summit in South Africa & Peace Academy Intensive
    To: chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
    Date: Tuesday, 24 May, 2011, 22:44

    The Peace Alliance
    Peace Education Opportunities
    • 5th Annual Global Alliance Summit hosted in South Africa, Oct. 2011
    • National Peace Academy's Peacebuilding Peacelearning Intensive, July 17-23 in VT. Special tuition discount for Peace Alliance supporters.
    Dear Chris macrae,

    You are invited to attend two special peace related events.
    First, the 5th Summit of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Departments of Peace in Cape Town, South Africa. The Summit Theme is Ubuntu in Action. Ubuntu is an African philosophy which can be explained as a belief that a person is a person through other people. Ubuntu is characterized by an awareness of the interconnectedness that we share as human beings. This YouTube clip is a beautiful depiction of the hopefulness and Ubuntu that exists in South Africa. South Africa welcomes you in the spirit of Ubuntu.
    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 5TH SUMMIT’S PROGRAM INCLUDE:
    • Progress reports from Ministries and Departments of peace and campaigns
    • Presentations by Ministries and Departments of Peace already established
    • Workshop on Engaging with Government
    • Workshop on Ubuntu values
    • Empathic Civilizations
    • Panel discussion on Infrastructures for Peace
    • Peace Economics
    • African Alliance for Peace presentation on pre-election violence
    • The role of Ministries and Departments of Peace in addressing a sustainable global peace
    • Youth Summit – includes the role of social media in campaigns and peace building
    • Visit the South African Parliament and the Iziko Slave Museum
    The 2011 Summit is being held in the beautiful city of Cape Town, South Africa.  The dates of the Summit are: Sunday, 02 October 2011 to Thursday, 06 October 2011.  Before the Summit, there will be a two day Pre-Summit Training - Storytelling for Peacebuilding - on Friday, 30 September 2011 and Saturday, 01 October 2011.
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