Friday, September 28, 2018

hi - if you see something you like either just use it to start discussions on how your livelihoods linkin the sustainability generation or whats app chat with us (usa) 240 316 8157
we invite student union clubs to use our materials , co-blog them

-vote for world record jobs creators -if you could know first waht one person suggest you learn who would it be - why does the world have millions of different teachers of sustainability -when both teachers and students could have some common starting points with cases provided by WRJC like-
1 Jack Ma?  #BR0 
1 Sir Fazle Abed? #BR2 
Nilekani Chief Designer of India's Billion Person Identity #BR2 

Elon Musk
Moon Jae-In
Xi Jinping who has done most to inspire our mapping of 13 regions world social trade zones ( -unlike some american first ;poliuticians we see these maps as reversing 500 yeras of colnisatuion- something mainly the Bruts did to south and eastern asia and which as Scots friends from Adam Smith onwards have been trying to return to a happy and epaceful world where girls havce a geeat chance of life whever they are born #BR6 N America 
From g5 age on we eblieve that over 80% of livelihooda are colabirative - eg no one country can green the world- solutions need replicating across all communities; and this can nly hapen with a sea chnage in education (first storied in 1984) through which everyone can be a lifelong tecaher as well as lufelong stdent- we see no eartly ;point in G5 or any of the other investment in 4000 times Moore coms tech 2030 versus 1946 unless life and planet critical information is shared by smart media apps and happiny inquistive girls and boys where there teachers wil have as much to relearn as any teenager leading sustainability goals

Pope Francis
Prince Charles
The Quadir Brothers
Jerry Yang at Silicon Valley or Ted Leonsis In DC or the founder of Softbank Japan
Blecher family- founders of Free University and Maharishi Institute S Africa

by 13 regions which corerspnd to sharing the worlds Belt Caostlines and cinteuntal grids - see eg our UNwomens linkedin
#BR0 China, #BR2 S Asia, #BR1 Mynamar & Asean, #BR11 Arctic Circle, #BR9 Africa #BR8 med refugee sea nations #BR7 Mid East #BR5 w.europe  #BR10 LatinAM #BR6 N America #BR3 Russia #BR4 E.Europe BR12=BRUN

here are some extracts from recent UNwoemns linkedin briefings
UN celebrates sdg mission impossible last 12 class years to 2030 . Good news: some economists started asking sustainability goals' digitally accelerating collaboration quiz at time of moon landing. First nation that Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries reported from was south africa in 1968 -if you need a missing survey and love other peoples nations - my family can try to help or join a co-blog celebrating those who unite nations in celebrating youth livelihoods eg Bravo #BR5 Class 13
here are some of the rest of the ERworldwide timeline as it emerged through annual updates
surveys pre moon landing .1962 Consider Japan:: 1967 Japan Rising part 2.1 :: Changing Russia - Survey led by Norman Macrae The Mustard Seed The Economist. Saturday, 1 June 1963.Pages 16,17. Vol 207, issue 6249. :: The Eco 25 Sept 1965 vol 216 issue 6370:The Economist. Saturday, 25 September 1965. Page 3. Vol 216, issue 6370. No Christ on The Andes - What's Gone Wrong? (ie before anyone other than yoko ono would imagine dreaming of 4000 times moore connectivity
first Entrepreneurial Revolution surveys pre-personal computing age 72 the NEXT 40 YEARS :: 1977 survey China :: Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075 1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution
second wave of ER surveys as it was clear that pcs would lead both to worlkdwide web and fall of berlin wall during the 1980s 1982 We're All Intrapreneurial Now 82 why not silicon valley for all

book and survey on education as the last frontier of human sustainability:
30 abuses in 30 years - some crossroads

Thursday, February 16, 2017

qatar - profile of wise as world's most exciting education summit

contents wise@beijing (21st C education)  - this post (lower down): interaction of 2 regions leading future of education -other education summits recommended by World Record Job Creation : Dubai million dolar teacher prize; series of brookings dc summits : what scales; girledu ; loval host of UNESCO annual report on sustainability goal 4 education

 other profiles of wise
launched educaton laureates - first laureate sir fazle abed world number 1 educator for poorest and learning a living - dna of 35 yeras of village networks founded by brac is paulo freire whose book applies POP to education- POP values profession by action learning with poorest and applying tech preferentially to poorest part of the wise prize does global research inspired by the laureate - publication learning for living has now been translated in both english and chinese wise also inspires ==laureate roll of honor appears at bottom of this post

now biannual big summit qatar - other roving summits : so far beijing 2016, madrid imagining future of education 2017

has probably the most relevant linkedin group

The WISE-LIFE China Forum, also known as WISE@ Beijing, is one of several engagements that will take place between the biennial global WISE summits. "Innovating for Equity and Empowerment" is an important opportunity to examine and explore a global perspective around issues of local interest and relevance.

About the Program

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High-performing education systems yield high-performing economies. As we progress into the twenty-first century, demand for creative and enterprising individuals continues to soar, especially as countries transition toward knowledge-based societies.

We believe that equitable and inclusive education provides a new, dynamic vision for education systems in all contexts globally. Yet quality education is often not provided equably, cheating learners out of opportunity and advancement. The challenge is present across the world, and is perhaps increasingly relevant in emerging countries such as China, as it faces rapid transitions.


2015 - Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, Afghanistan

, 1995 founder and CEO of the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL). founded the Institute in 1995 in response to the lack of education and healthcare in Afghanistan.  When girls’ education was banned under Taliban rule, the AIL organized underground home schools for 3,000 girls across the country.

2014 - Ms Ann Cotton, The United Kingdom

Founder and President of Camfed. In 1993, Cotton founded the Campaign for Female Education, which sponsors programs designed and implemented by communities to fully suit their unique needs. The organization takes a holistic approach by working in partnership with all the constituencies that influence a girl’s education and life choices to break the cycle of poverty, child marriage, high birth rates, and high rates of HIV/AIDS.  Innovative, community-led education programs have already benefitted over three million children in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, Tanzania, and Malawi, and are implemented across 5,085 partner schools in 115 rural districts.
2013 - Ms. Vicky Colbert, Colombia

Ms Vicky Colbert, winner of the 2013 WISE Prize for Education, is Founder and Director of FundaciĆ³n Escuela Nueva.   The program has been implemented throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as in East Timor and Vietnam, empowering five million children around the globe with high-quality basic education.

2012 – Dr. Madhav Chavan, India 
Co-founder and CEO of Pratham, the largest education NGO in India, Dr Chavan devised a simple formula to bring basic education to millions of under-privileged children in India. The organization’s programs are now active in 17 of the country’s 28 states. Pratham’s initiatives address the pre-school education needs of both in-school and out-of-school children –including computer literacy, vocational training, and special programs for vulnerable and working children 

2011 – Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, Bangladesh
club of about 20 youth fellows assigned to do a project and report back next year

hubs and supercities

hubs were new to us in london when we started researching the good hub guide in 2004
some of the history below
today our view is 2 kinds of hubs need twinning across cities so that we can linkin the greatest #learninggeneration

permission "needs" hubs- deep in a community - often a youth after hours space that schooling system doesnt offer

the hubs with the greatest coders

we first started publishing the good hub guide in 2007 -our model was a bit like the consumers association good food guide - we wanted potential customers to report how collaborative hubs really were - the difference was -we didnt know then and dont know now - whether most economic hubs are virtual or real- it also seems that it depends how many you aim to collaboratively scale . For example if you can afford to plant 100000 like Mhammad Yunus achieved with TheGrameenBank in Bangladesh then you start with real places - the poorest villages in the world to be your social labs- then you invite all the most massively resourced technologists to come visit and linkin to solving one of human sustainability's biggest challenges

Thursday, December 24, 2015

In days before the poorest villagers had electricity let alone mobile connectivity, the keynsian economic miracle of open system designs for ending rural poverty was achieved by grassroots networks of village mothers organsiers in hubs/centres of 60 by 60 weekly visits  =more at and - young graduates lived in rural village branches of banking for poorest women- had 60 centers to empower per branch, had circles of 60 women micro-everything members at each centre to sustain

this begs the questions how many of youth's 10000 greatest job creators will hubs of the mobile digitally connected kind celebrate in youths greatest race - collaborating around 17 sustainability goals

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

once nydev announces its millennial initiative, i wonder how fast Brooklyns and Ameriuca's leading civil rights college MEC could propose a collaboration atlas of 500 organisations most inviting teachers and students to linkin to sustainability community solutions -new york should set itself the sustainability millennials friendship goal of always having 100 feature in the overall top 500 atlas

The Collaboration Cafe by Marriah Star we who piloted open space of social business in 2008  would like to work out a win-win with the bronx perhaps lehman but according to dean rolles recommendations; i note that johns baltimore friend emmanuel aims to talk to clinton uni about some of johns apps; we need to linkin to conversations with clinton uni because they land at berkeley blum in early april which is usa's other main epicentre of projects compatible with latino/franciscan way; i am aware that dean rolle and our main latino connector in chile will be progressing ideas this weekend

perhaps most urgent of all is the submap of brooklyn, baltimore and san diego needed so that la maestra is understood to be usa's number 1 living curriculum of community building - a former first lady of south africa once called dhaka the open university of microcredit; at least in the 21st us context wherever la maestra links in its the benchmark for all sustainable community banking - trust king is briefing eel on this early in 2016

Friday, February 1, 2013 seems to be a virtual hub having helped incubate over 180 projects - many spanish speaking out of s.america - linked to mit student class of 2008/2009 - a year when the open courseware MAS.965 NextLab I: Designing Mobile Technologies for the Next Billi... began

Thursday, December 20, 2012

ilab - from the skoll and larry brilliant stable is a hub format to watch .-which countries will be lucky enough to be linked in by ilabs next?
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