Foundation Norman Macrae 1 2 - The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant ; our family wants to help stimulate projects that connect the most amazing collaboration technology with youth job creation. Quite simply we wish we could help peopels everywhere celebrate Norman's definition of the purspose of economics- investing in the productivity of the next generation out of every place
tell us if you have ideas or indeed projects that can be associated with with Norman's valuation and joy of entrepreneurial revolution
these are our starting points
identifying club of 100 leaders http://yclub100.com/ who most believe 2010s can be youth's most productive decade
surveying top 50 projects of pro-youth economists like Nobel Laureate Dr Yunus and seeing if he wants collaboration help with any of them - for example we convened the dr yunus 70th bitrhday wish weekend at Glasgow in sumer 201 - and 3 journals of job creating economics have started to emerge from that
We have made 8 delightful visits to Grameen in Dhaka and wonder why Bangladeshis on the 40th birthday of their nation are currently being ordered to tell Yunus to retire from banking for the poor
But then our experince of innovation is that involves far more conflict resolution than professors etc imply. We side with Harrison Owen's Open Space model which posits that the world's greaset advances ofr humanity occur when warring sisdes connected by the same passion come together to see how chnage things in a ay that everyone can be more productive.
Some of our projects are necessarily below te radar- if we could influence the bbc we would have a 5 minute good news slot every day searching out who had empowered youth to get working on what milennium goals- suddenly te good news is that the BBC's correspondent in Brussels may have a lot to report http://entrepreneurialunion.com/
we hop to chalenge those corporatiosn who do billion dolar ad campaigns at the olympics - to why note transfer one ten thosandth of that budegt to promoting youth1000 job brainstorming competions - currently the most economic to get job creating we know of - see our leagure table at http://entrepreneurialrevolution.blogspot.com/
Incidentally if this note intrigues you why not see if I am on skype at chrismacraedc
|..Economistindia.net and EconomistBangla.com and EconomistRefugee.com welcome you to the hitchhikers guide to the oceans Belts and Continents railRoads/pipes/cables etc -bottom up solutions need replicating through communities as digital leapfrog collaboration permits what half a millennium og mercantile colonisation never could celebrate - health is the most fundamental service of girl empowerment communities - so special thanks from girls to health servants like Brilliant, Kim ,Sir Fazle and universal health id network of Nilekani. |
UNwomens linkedin:..schools new curricula:2/5 of people live in china & s.asia- how to share their sustainability solutions everywhere; 2/5 of world's land is in china and its north and north west-how do overland roads linking in sustainability; far more than 2/5 of world shipping trade revolves round coastal belt east of china- how will sustainbility world trade roures map- join us at BRI.school- next week long retreat BRACinn Dhaka sept 30 to Oct 6. Special thanks to AlibabaUni.com and NormanMacrae.net for this special opprtunity to celebrate yerr 50 of The Economist's Entrepreneurail Revolution - redesign every market's value chain to SME networks thrive by changing education until youth livelihods match sustainability goals rising everywhere. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
what can unicorn analysis tell us about whether investors and educators want youth to be the SDG generation?
related tour asia rising with nhk
GOAL 1 - ending poverty begins with ending the lottery- current odds about 1 in 4 - that the next girl born will have next to no chance of a decent livelihood- mostly this results from history's era of colonisation which spiralled over 5 centuries 16th to 20th as a few monetarily large nations (about tenth of peoples) decimated the economies of others; it wasn't really to 1972 that one of 10 most populated ex colonial nations bangladesh started today's benchmark solution to ending rural poverty- born as a new nation bangladesh had next to zero taxes to govern social solutions with but unlike other colonies its 2 most extraordinary economists went the villages to live and learn with the poor- and to see how partnering with foreign assistance bottom-up girl empowered communities could build - the greatest case of Entrepreneurial Revolution since journalist records began in 1968. Consider Bangladesh's grassroots networking involved 25 years of no electricity and no digital development follows by partnering tech companies with experiments since 1996 today economistpoverty benchmarks solutions at brac and bkash and since april 2018 chinese greatest fintech for small enterprise have joined in these partnerships so that sino-s asia is the space to celebrate girl empowerment and every extreme solution to goals 1 to 17 .. those who wish to end poverty in old cities of big nations might start linking ted leonsis 1 2 Asia's SDG advocates 1 2 hail from : India: Dia Mirza 1, Qatar Sheikha Moza 1, China Jack Ma, Iraq Murad