2015sustainablity.com -hi-time teenagers up vote for their century's goals & elders invested in them

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30 years ago our book mapped why net generation would only be sustainable if the internet and mobile connectivity were designed to be the smartest open learning media humanity had ever collaborated around 

 

Please help us with sightings of open elearning chnnels and content that millennials can action netpork to sustain livelihoods and planet -eg what do you think of coursera's on demand courses with Jeffrey Sachs  -help us catalogue on-demand C -what's not there yet that learning youth most need to share

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 what would you ask the 5 billion elearninsatellite to beam down

 

can the world bank find partbers on its coursera open learning campus that live up to jim kim's 2030now invitations and his compatriots sustainability goals at te UN  after a great astart, what could khan academy be celebrating openly nextwhich real schooling systems ave come up wit curicula worty of access by te 3,5 billion people aged under 29 and teir teacers- did you know that 11 years olds at Gandi Montessorri scool are world elaers at peace-naking and elping adults end illiteracy- do you know wat partbers of te mandeal extranet in sout africa ave found to be te missing curricula 7t graders need to create a million jobs for poorest sout african teenagers wats te connection between scools, apprenticeship systems and coding hubs which celebrate borderless trades between millennials?

I will start testing the 2 slides attached with networks whose leader practice preferential option poor - and those who might be converted eg Acumen Fund if New York is ever to be a top 30 sustainability capital and their room-mates (eg google ny)

 

of course I would love it if you would edit a better 2 slide presentation on 20 second lessons in sustainability - i will do a survey on this at 2015sustainability.com where journalists have been tracking which summits actually empower millennials with sustainability goals   -discuss slides here

 

 

 

 

 

 

thanks chris macrae

please pass on this mail if you know anyone who will want to know if this collaboration survey

table shows signatories of action2015.org , ourinitial  letter tp them, their first letter to 7 billion people and leaders

 

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 Aamir Khan, Actor & campaigner
 Angelique Kidjo, Singer songwriter & activist
 Annie Lennox, OBE, musician & activist
 Ben Affleck, Actor, Filmmaker & Founder of Eastern Congo Initiative
 Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
 Bono, Lead singer of U2 & cofounder of ONE and (RED)
 Dbanj, Musician & activist
 Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu
 Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister, Norway
 Hugh Jackman, Actor
 Kid President – Brad Montague & Robby Novak
 Prof Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute & author of The Age of Sustainable Development
 Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia
 Jody Williams, 1997 Nobel Peace Laureate & Chair of Nobel Women’s Initiative
 José Padilha, Film Director
 Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate
 Malala Yousafzai, Co-Founder of the Malala Fund & 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate
 Mary Robinson, President, Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice
 Matt Damon, Actor & Founder of Water.org
 Melinda Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
 Mia Farrow, Actor & activist
 Mo Ibrahim, Philanthropist & campaigner
 Muhammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace Laureate
 Queen Rania Al Abdullah
 Richard Branson, Founder of the Virgin Group
 Ricken Patel, President and Executive Director of Avaaz
 Shakira, Singer-songwriter, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
 Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation
 Sting, Musician, singer, songwriter, and activist
 Ted Turner, Chairman, United Nations Foundation
 Wagner Moura, Actor
 Yvonne Chaka Chaka, President of the Princess of Africa Foundation 

 Dear Action 2015 - are you convened out of Singapore? or where?

Dear Michael Switow  (+65 9070 1724) re #2015now and #2030now and action/2015  
-is action 2015 convened out of singapore? 

  

hello i understand that action's point is to permeate a worldwide coalition,  still ultimately funding and decision-making comes from somewhere and some mindset

eg in keynsian terms of cultural fusion designed to end poverty,  I enjoy the nobel peace summits because they come from sustainability mindsets out of Rome and eastern europe - 
Geohumanly these two constituencies that provide the exact opposite of everything brussels and berlin and basle misunderstood both for 21st C europe and from all the history that Europe has got mixed up with - and were ethical social actions are currently orchestrated by a south american pope (Catholics being the second largest culturally identifiable group on our planet or the largest one with an agreed process of servant leadership)

Since the millennials world is two thirds made up by what the millennials generation do from the East,  singapore  as an education leader would be a logical centre or geographical gravity for millennials to trust though not an epicentre of massive end poverty partnerships unless there is a singapore map that our searchers havent found yet

thanks chris macrae washington dc region 1 301 881 1655 -friends of  wholeplanet.tv  2015sustainability.com  socialaction.tv  socialbusiness.tv unacknowledgedgiant.com

partners in publishing world record book of job creation 

 

..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................From Action2015

Dear World Leaders,
Cc: Everyone else
There are moments in history that become turning points. In our view, 2015 will be such a moment. It is the
most important year for global decision-making since the start of the new millennium.
We believe it’s just possible that we could end 2015 with a new global compact – an agreed pathway to a better,
safer future for people and planet that will inspire all the citizens of the world. We can choose the path of
sustainable development. Or we might not – and regret it for generations to come. Which side of history will you
be on?
There are millions of voices you can’t afford to ignore – the voices of the people you represent. They are voices of
all ages from every corner of the planet – the voice of a young girl currently deprived an education… of a
pregnant mother deprived healthcare… of young people deprived decent work… of a family from a minority
group fearful of discrimination from corrupt officials… of farmers forced to migrate to cities as climate refugees…
and of billions of other people. Their voices will roar ever louder against the inequality and injustice that keep
people poor. They – and all who stand with them – are calling on you to come up with a grand new global
contract for our one human family – and then deliver on it together. The great news is that in 2015 you have a
historic chance to do just that.
Two critical United Nations summits will take place this year. The first in September, where the world must
agree new goals to eradicate extreme poverty, tackle inequality and ensure a more sustainable planet. The
second is the climate summit in December where we must ensure the wellbeing of people today doesn’t come at
the expense of our children’s futures.
Together with critical discussions on financing, these opportunities are the biggest of our lifetime. We know from
past efforts against AIDS, malaria, preventable diseases and saving the ozone layer that when we come together,
so much can be achieved. Yet, with just months to go before these summits, few leaders are playing the
leadership roles we need. We see climate progress but not yet of the scale that is needed, and a set of goals that
are hugely ambitious but will be meaningless without brave financing and implementation agreements led from
the very top.
If this does not change, we fear you and your fellow leaders could be sleep-walking the world towards one of the
greatest failures of recent history. It’s not too late to rise to the occasion. We’re asking you to help lead that
change.
Let’s be clear: the actions we take in 2015 will decide which way the world turns for decades to come. Please take

the right path. 

Mathematically the reason why markets are not being used to create jobs

and invest in milennials visions the way invited by  world bank leadership jim kim and other world record job creators is:

nobody in economics, media or banking is rewarded to empower such markets - this challenge is beimng mapped as curriclum at womenuni.com and frends of open learning campus

why not join us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk   valuetrue.com washington dc 301 881 1655

rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you can help with fall 2014's two hot questions -where are the millenials goals summits being hosted by and for millennials? where are cousrera on sustainability and futire of millenials most actionable

Youth summits

world bank annually next 7 oct 2014

peace laureates atlanta nov 2015 has special connetion with 5000 youth of sustainability 

1c curriculum of sustainability

cheerful coursera of sustainability is under way at https://class.coursera.org/sustain-006 

 

here's a posting of mine that I need to linkin to many of the collaboration cafe youth networks I map

 

Maybe sustainability's 5 are educate, educate, educate, educate, educate

The way I see out is there is a missing curriculum not just at coursera level but from age 9 up- and it links into everything that 99% of us peoples would want the future to be invested in for our children out of every community.. We may as well call that curriculum sustainability provided that doesnt exclude other practice professionals who impact either how systems are designed or valued as they compound

but a question and I dont think my guesses are optimal is  if there is a big black "educational" hole in both actioning and learning sustainable livelihoods for and by 99% of us - who needs to be involved?

5 educating the educators (or do I mean their administrators and whomever is in control of the exams we condition children by?) isnt that easy - I was first involved in students testing digital networks in 1972, and experiments were more fun and free then

4 educating the public servants - well you could say that is what world bank's youth summit oct 7 is about -its the only washington Dc summit I have ever believed in - what's yours?

3 educating the bankers of the economists or the media or ceos of biggest corporations

2 educating (or action networking) the  millennials whose century it becomes

1 educating what each of us can do about it with all the different hats we wear if what 21st is to be is more naturally collaborative than all past centuries, and very urgently too wherever the main collapsing systems are located by skill or geography

I have been playing a fantasy game of 5 missing universities for 7 years now with a lot of students   link

Our 1984 book on net generation's exponentially greatest risks to 2025 which we try to share with open learning campus leaders around the world  -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

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surprisingly the world bank is now empowering 25-35 year old professionals to chnage orld sustainability in 4 ways:

host youth summits led by 25-35 yearl old professionals- where they are most connected, educated and open collaborative peers the human race has ever grown

start young regional societies within world bank - benchmark model Young African Society 

celebrate millennials golas' solutions competitions each spring

 share the new solutions on open learning campus

 Remembering Unacknowledged pro-youth economists from Adam S to JamesW to NormanM

online library of norman macrae--

contact points chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 -linked twitter facebook about

building on Consider Japan above zero-sum economics models out of The Economist from 1962, and the call for the net generation's youth capitalism and entrepreneurial revolution curriculum from 1972....every year since 1984 we mistakenly partnered in hosting a millennial goals process or party- examples include: 

2012 japan embassy summit on  Who's Free Edu Who

2011 special microcredit edition of journal of social business 

 

inspired by queen Sofia hosting of Microcreditsummit in Valladolid Spain and Ingrid Munro hosting of microcreditsummit Kenya 2010 

2009: 69th - and first annual - birthday wish party of youth and yunus

2003 volunteer service to the 50 world citizens -and inaugural Global Reconciliation Network, staged london, convened by Gandhians and Medics out of Australia, Iran and India- keynoted by Mary Robinson (lead delegate of ireland's reconciliation of troubles started by London's reckless oblivion to Irish famines in mid 19th C 

 

From 2013 the penny dropped - we now try to partner millennials goals' parties 

2013 Atlanta rehearsal on which future "twin sister" capitals value youth jobs summits more than hosting the olympics 

Beginning with The Economist's leadership dialogues in 1984  (based on 12 years of research of the entrepreneurial revolution that first quarter of 21st would need to value across 2 million global communities if net generation is to be sustainable and to defeat the agents of Orwell's Big Brotherdom)and taking on a more active networking urgency since 2001,
we've been tracking what summits can most collaboratively sustain worldwide youth  -
here are the last ones we trust to end of 2015 (
when the first world series of milennium goals will hopefully be replaced by much more intergrated maps such as those partners in healthy and world bank leader jim kim proposes youth professionals circulate anywhere they can linkin 


next 7 october 2014World Bank JOBS summits -hosted by young professional associates cheered on by Jim Kim and Ban Ki-moon:

 further references for those who wish to colaborate around jim kim netwoks as top 10 for youth jobs co-creation Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB  #2030now    1  2 Healthy Cheerleader of net generation's social movements and value chain transformations (Farmer ... ) ; world bank lives;  Cool Koreans Free UN's valuation of youth - and UN youth envoy

prior youth world bank spring 2015 - invites all milennials to post jim kim and ban ki-moon sustainability solutions by next spring  -rough googledoc of notes for alumni of youth world banking summit 2013   -can you help with a review of whioch world bank .live events support young professional associates or pope's public servants for ending inequality curiculum (rough google doc)



Youth Economics : designing the futures next generation need to be empowered to co-create by:  

  • savings and structures their parents/guardians/citizens compound.

  • media to be valued by society according to success in searching out 30000 community repliable microfranchises co-creating billions of jobs for sustainability

 

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 Financial Products for Youth Entrepreneurs in West Africa


Fullprogram

 

Other Young Professionals Summits Hall of Fame 

 hall of fame young professionsals own summits

 http://ynpn.org/leaders/

nominations welcome rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  

Definitions @ Pro-Youth Economics and Pro-Youth Education with thanks to the first 145 years of The Economist  and www.microcredit.tv and http://normanmacrae.ning.com Foundation  for Youth Capitalism and Open Education


 

 

  • livelihood education will need to end the 4 monopolies : what’s taught, whose research rules, whats examined, what’s certified; open education as most valuable and collaborative of all open source networks


Youth to be continuously celebrated for clarifying additional goals to those of ending poverty and ending hunger that economists and leaders and open educators need to be exponentially valued by


Youth Summit

Live meeting of thousands of youth joyfully designed to connect with virtual actions and heroic connections of millions of youth


Processes, and most timely *change sources*, through which youth entrepreneurial concepts or solutions are collaboratively publicised, tested, mentored, invested in, scaled purposefully



Movements of Capitals with a Future


where citizens have goal of winning capitals co-creating millions or billions of jobs with youth


We seek to map citizen chapters that are sustaining futures that youth value cross-culturally, peacefully, entrepreneurially and economically





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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.


Development Case Competition

  • Case Study A: Strengthening Micro-Entrepreneurship for Disadvantaged Youth (Download)   winner Team Empower

  • Case Study B: A Better Financial Product for Young Entrepreneurs’ Micro and Small Enterprises (Download)  winner Patrick Olden (

  • Case Study C: Reverse Engineering, Youth Entrepreneurship Driving Education (Download) winner Team Technoland

  • Case Study D: Millennial Communications for Inclusive City Planning (Download) winner Adam White and Adriana Valdez




 

 

 Womens4empowerment -fashion4 development - annual summit new york septemner 2014

produce from last summit includes 

 W4E/F4D - videos 1  2  3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The Eastern Millennials number 1 summit hosted in USA - WSIE next new york28 september

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 African Americans main summit hosted in usa- previous 21 june 2014

 

Conference brochure - http://online.fliphtml5.com/tgbw/czsz/  US africa diaspora web http://usadbc.org

ACTION LEARNING NETWORKS NOW
Out fo Africa SustinabilityWorld Best
3 Best value chain models ending middlemen - for poorest producers and end communities get sustaionable most out of whole value chain
2 Job creating education - taddy blecher south africa; tebabu's friend Mr Samara  (yazmi)- first satellite for africa in 1990s now converging all his efforts on elearning
Extreme youth ilab networks - eg inner city hubs that open source extreme mobile apps to save the world directly with other inner city youth - this is what kenya is best at - eg usahidi, mpesa, digital bankng for and by orphans, and links to naila's research of nanocredit founders and womens empowerment

Things African Americans can and need to be be best at  (ie education challenges)
 Value chain modelling  (community in us)
3 Trust permissions to community regeneration in extreme cases across usa
2 University of networks - this was one of yesterdays presentations but also a learning of a process that African America youth mainly havent been taught but could quickly scale
1 Celebrating extreme innovation from roots however vicious the system was rooted in - frankly this self-confidences issue needs a lot of work but many of the female african speakers yesterday valued this freedom and eg use radio to help celebrate it

0 Microbanking and nanocredit-style models already used by eg hispanic womens diaspora across usa 

The Nobel Peace Laureates and Yunus Youth Summits - Last Warsaw oct 2013 , next capetown 2014, main for youth to take back their investment goals and deep social ecosystems including  maximising sustainability impacts free open educ and social business mapping atlanta nov 2015 

 

MOOCYUNUS

and MOOCwho'sYOUTHwho

 If there's one sector that is worse at destroying youth's sustainability than global banking - its educators who destroy youth's futures by chaining youth to the 4 monopolies Adam Smith asked educators never to power over. join in call for microeducationsummit as that which frees millennials's post 2015 goals and livelihhods- help study world record job creators networks

 

 

 

So what went wrong with The Economist's 1984 suggestion of investing in the net generation's millennial goals?

 

Summary note by chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

Chris Macrae 

Norman Macrae Foundation - The Economist's advocate of Youth Capitalism, Open Education Movement and Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution since 1972; Asia Pacific Youth End Poverty Century since 1962

Washington dC 301 881 1655  skype chrismacraedc twitter obamauni 

 e chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 

Future of Open Education Curriculum celebrated 1984 out of The Economist after 12 years reporting access to the UK National Development Project in Computer Assisted Learning

#2030now world bank jim kim tranascripts on defining social movements of net generation shared with 50000 alumni of first CTW MOOC

Jim Kim #2030 now transcripts

Gordon Dryden 2010: .vision 2020- update of The Economist's Norman Macrae 1984 first vis.....

 

Poverty Free World - Social Business - a step forward by Muhammad Yunus

 

Paper on The Economics Globalisation almost lost by Andrew Neil of ...BBC

 

Adam Smith, Science & Human Nature by Professor Skinner (The Principal of Glasgow University kindly hosted a joint remembrance party to Andrew Skinner and Norman Macrae)

 

 

MY0  MY1  MY2  MY3  MY4  MY5  MY6

KH1 KH2 KH3 KH4 KH5

 

 

Greenwashing not investing in youth who wanted to spend their lives collaborating around millennium goals

 

FoolonYou -top decison-making people  following acandemic's conventional wisdom instead of their own guts

 

World Citizen Failure to demand western governments give back 15% peace dividend; failure to demand governments value their mann job as end inequality; failure of governents to end too big to exist banks or carbon energy suppliers or pharma companies whose iea of healthcare is to make things more expensive -and more drug addicting-  every year

 

failure of the bbc to value number 1 role of world's laregst public broadcaster

and you tell us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

 

 

This site  The Web 

help us profile leaders investing in 2010s as worldwide youth's most productive and sustainable decade at http://wholeplanet.tv
 
25000 youth to converge on atlanta fall 2015 - lets rewrite post 2015 millenniu goals in wiki foramt -
WGoal1 invent 1 billion jobs by 2020- fire all economists who cannot demonstrate positive impacts ofn peoples working lifetimes in the way they model  join us at http://youthcapitalism.com  

why not empower teenagers to vote for their century's goals and help develop youth investment banking to create jobs designed round accelerating production of these goals

progress towards phase 1 : 2015 goals by the world's largest development network BRAC on pages 127-132 of the special issue of the Journal of Social Business and Pro-Youth economics celebrating 15 years of microcreditsummit cheerled by queen sofia of spain - download is free

so which goals might youth update and which replace rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

resources used so far include youth entrepreneur competition entries

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

some post-2015 milolennoum goals and moocs we'd liketo help youth consider

post2015 goal 1
let every village be connected by an online nurse as most trusted information networker iof 21st C

post 2015 goal2
let every village be networked around cassless banking with one of 4 new currencies - the yunus, the abed, the munro or a weighted average of the three -  for many years the project that microecreditsummit most wanted to realise but couldnt get funding for was an open university of tyhe knowledge networked by the memers and staff of the 3 most bottom-up micronetworks of advancing illenniu goals BRAC and Grameen in Bangladesh and in Kenya Jami Bora

post 2015 goal 3 - get student mooc curriculum on bottom up solar , biogas,   and food secure crop science linked to a number 1 page of tyhe web and mentored by the world's leading bottom up educators across primary, secondary and tertiary -make this a first goal of microeducationsummit

we welcome questions or nomination of other action goals 


Norman Macrae Foundation www.NMfound.net

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

5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 N.Bethesda MD 20852Tel 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


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If you were to start assembling extracts from youtubes for a curriculum on helping youth to co-produce millennium goals would you start with the last 12 years of vidoes posted on millennium gopals on with some of the people whose iconclastic mesages  had most human meaning to you - tell us a video you'd like to see on "the wall"  below -chrus.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

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