- Do you agree sustainability is impossible unless bank invests in next gen

Welcome to year 50 of reporting Entrepreneurial Revolution started in The Economist 1968. Help us search out

projects that value youth productivity and most life critical markets - also vote for how different top 100 youth economies need to be if greentech human tech and edutech are to be in time for today's under 30's are to achieve the Entreprenurial Revolution of being the sustinability generation 

.help publish sino=english world record book of job creatorshelp celebrate the most revolutionary projects of new development banking...progress world bank jim kim's top 5 youth empowerment ideas...
.Index of WRJC (version 1 to 2020)

E1 Xi Jinping (Rejuvenation global2.0; world's most transparent maps on win-win trade for allE99 Lee Kuan Yew E3 Sir Fazle Abed (world's favorite educator eg empowered girls to resolve poverty's greatest challenges, BRAC & Bkash)  

E2 Jack Ma leapfrog tech (big data small), ecommerce curriculum as one of china's 4 greatest inventions 1 -IR4  can develop 10 times bigger people-centred economics)

 E98 Gandhi & Montessori & Mandela,  E4 Nilekani (bridges to English as 2nd most valuable language in world Modi, Kalam, Singh)

 W1 Tim Berners Lee (the www , we havent seen it yet- human collaboration can be so much bigger, bridge to any mit lab with human app) W2 Jim Kim being healthcare most courageous public servant leads to being the sanest western voice in world banking and most peace-loving North Korean American; ;

W3 Pope Francis and W99 Pope John Paul; 


end slums indonesia 

prooftest that solar can deliver big electricity demand -eg minng blockchain : Shanghai

belt road trade corridors connecting landlocked nations to superports 

 form green big bang benchmarking club for 2000 governors who want to connect race to carbon zero 


take it on multiple choke points reformation of disfunctioanl global market -exercise which are top 5 choke points of going green

celebrate girl empowerment cultures with Franciscan faith and practice leaders and other people-centric societies eg confucian -help youth converge on argentina g20 (july 2018) and them 2 yeras of tokyo with alibab preparing Olympics as celebration of communities for all

 don't accept anything less than total transformation of education systems - they are curently geared to making half of youth unemployable by 2030

reanalyse all relevant development projects at breton wood designed elite instittions using big data small analysis methods which jack ma has offered to help train in many ways - see eg his 15 billion fund for damo academy and his round the world tour of 3000 people training at gateway17  - understand the blockchain was between sustainability goodwill leaders, the valutrue blind and the greediest powers mankind ever spun

 establish a translation hub within 60 minutes of washington dc for understanding everything us media misreports about china's collaborative innovations : global2.0 approach to 17 sustainability goals, belt road leadership exchanges and curriculum: geography of trading economies, how xi jinping 19th CPC process can be viewed as training 80 million servant leaders while digital wizardry trains 700 million middle calss chiense to be the smartest consumers of the age of sustainability; note that 90% of economics has been published in english or chinese- the last thing youth need now is global summits with no english-speaking mapmakers of sustainability (now the world is both round and flat)

best cases of carbon tax include british columbia - in contrast globally carbon fuels still subsidised by 500 billion dollars /year

Notepad for october 2017



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The world is off track to end hunger, so what’s the solution?

For the first time in many years, the estimated number of undernourished people—about 800 million worldwide—has actually gone up rather than down. Homi Kharas and John McArthur examine the troubling trends in global hunger and explore what can be done.

We're hoping that this project can show heads of state and finance ministers how long-term investments in their people can help grow economies and it can help create the political space for leaders to make these critical investments.    

Over the next year leading up to the 2018 annual meetings in Indonesia, we'll be working with a wide range of experts in economics, global health, and education to develop the Human Capital Project.  We think this effort has the potential to be a game-changer in the same way that our Doing Business Report was when it launched 15 years ago. 


This is the latest effort by the World Bank Group to meet rising aspirations all over the world, to truly create equality of opportunity, and build new foundations in the project of human solidarity. 

On China: this is one of the great stories in human history, frankly.  Starting in 1990 with the evolution of the Chinese economic system and its embrace of the global market, China has lifted over 800 million people out of poverty. So, most of the progress that's been made in going from 40 percent of the world living in extreme poverty to now less than 10 percent, most of that progress, happened in China. So, we're always looking for the lessons from that experience, and it continues. We've been working very closely with China on things like ensuring that some of the more distant regions in China are also getting access to social services and healthcare.  We're working right now  a pilot project— but if it works out, it could lead to a major change in the healthcare system that would, I think, help to improve outcomes overall.  I think we're still trying to understand exactly how 800 million people were lifted out of poverty, but it was one of the great successes.

In terms of the Party Congress, of course, these are internal Chinese political matters, but I think China has been pretty clear about the direction it's going.  In our joint document that we published some time ago called China 2030, it was very clear about how it's going to change the path of growth from focusing so much on investment and export to one focused on services and consumption, and that's actually happening.  

anyone connecting with washington dc's greatest ever celebration of creative etachers/children - Elipse. Mall June 30 to July 4

Isabella MacraeC4D Enthusiast
Visibility: Open to anyone

leas relay to anyone who might be ionterested- inside the world bank i have already sent email to summit hosts of

youth summit, young africa society, africa society, tedx end poverty , african diaspora summit, athhgo tech wixard youth summit


20th year of converging 100 nations teachers of creative children on Mall/Elipse (outside white house) IChild Foundation imaginations for positive social change June 30 - July 4 (Gala dinner july 3 -last minute tickets icaf or me )

Dear World Bank Summit Connectors who value millennials and sustainability goals including #2030now

Lucy -African Diaspora summit 2 weeks ago

Beldina Africa Society

Victoria - Youth summit and athgo  (yana)

Yvonne Young Africa society

Maya tedx world bank end poverty and open learning campus

Luis oas americas youth summits co-hosted roby youth world summit 2014 - i am unaware who is main prefenetial option summit host at lima inside world bank- i know how to find out pretty well every one else as far as rome is concerned! -see also kim a am a peruvian video and millennials fav speeches


Lucy and friends of educators who value millennials livelihoods-

You would know if anyone wants copy of this mail- if so please relay

it included many of the biggest open elearning celebrations dc has ever staged going on june 30 to july 4 and ultimate debrief july 10


it would be a huge help if you could relay to pabsy and nominated producer of good ews for millennials -and bridge to catholic diaspora which are my number 1 focus for 2nd half of sustainability 2015


the mail below shows some of the networkers - here is action diary since your diapora summit


1 joined Coworking IOSpaced | Home the silver spring hub for diaspora who want to connect ihubs across continent

josted meeting involving 4 disapora i volunteer most active research for - ethiopia, kenya,, rwands particul;arly in relation to preferential option poor models invesnted out of bangladesh , boston and lima


2 have arranged key events for interviewing world most creative teachers fropm 70 nations - 20th yera of child olympidas on mall june 30 to july with gala dinner to debrief evening july 3- lead asian delegations japan, china; lead african delegations nigeria, uganda


3 am arranging full report of all events for ingrid muntro jamii boira orphans bank and rachel rutos team in kenya (we want to do this behing dcennes of kenya social entreprenur summit because women4empowerment had to be on the ground 365 days a yera not fly in and out)


4 dc or silver spring 2 hour briefing from south africa fopunders of partners if free education - goals south africa empowering teenagres to crteat 1 million extra jobs by 2020

n edu


5 rome thinktanks on education around pope francuis have also asked for a debrief


6 gambia has asked yazmi (owned by ethiopian american in silver spring noag samara) for a proposal on how top get missing education celebrations to 4000 classes of 25 students and 4000 teachers


thanks chris macrae  -any direct questions on how to celebrate education millennisl need - dc mobile 240 316 8157

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 welcome! Our partners of norman macrae (Washington DC mobile 240 316 8157 )- family foundation's world record job creation games have some questions for you 

Do you agree we are entering humanity's most exciting decade - Sustainability's TO BE OR NOT TO BE- just look at the innovation challenges  and trust investing in millennials generation?

Are you minded to partner with Jim Kim's #2030now goals (World Record Book of Jobs) for transforming valuation of world bank and impact on humanity - invest in generation to 2030 ending poverty and valuing sustainable livelihoods?

Are you aware that half of the world is under 29? The more so in nations with systemic rural (eg no electricity grid, no running water) poverty? Do you know that 2015 is 20th year that partners of mobile women4empowerment have leapfrogged missing infrastructures offering rural girls 10 times more joyful and productive livelihood opportunties tan pre-digital age could imagine.

Do you believe that modern technology could be designed so that professionals aged 28 to 35 are valued as most conneted, educated, worldwide coillaborative class te human race has ever developed?

Do you agee that Unlike industrial revolution's scarcities causd by rush to consume up things, networked knowhow  (and mobile apps) can multiply value in use? 

If so help youth navigate behavioural economics charter of world bank designed around partners of jim kim -

starting with those that have spent their life sharing world class health knwow with the poorest  -eg paul farmer who has commuted between harvard and haiti since 1982 - 2014 network leadership of end ebola


farmer gutierez

St Francis, Pope Francis -24 sept 2015

LatamYouth Panama Ap 2015 


bono bdanj gagnam GPNY

University of Stars 


 Youth Summits & Athgo Youthtech

YS1Jobs oct 2013  

YS2Public Service ACT o2014

Athgo August 12-14 2015 


 ONdemand MOOC partberships at WB Open Learning Campus - map every unsusainable trillion dolar market for 5 empowering chnanes milennials/women need to to link in simultaneously

benchmark case affordable hiv antiviral cures- model for affordability of all future global pharma cures 

Diary date agree what are the 5 chnages youth need to know how to viralise if market for climate is to regain sustainability - Pari-sUN summit Dec 2015 

World Bank Tedx - practice most viral social action invitations ever conveyed in under 15 minutes

Next break down into training dashboards - each video under 5 minutes khan-academy style - normally audio with blackboard mapping a system or summarising links or big ideas to peer search 

 Which #2015now Capitals can best twin with youthworldbanking until DC loves youth's sustainability Rome? Dhaka?Mandela Capitals Tokyo, Seoul Hong Kong 




2 minute tour to

choose which of the 4 mass populaces you most wish to linkin to invest in job creation and 2030now goal co-production first

  • women4empowerment,
  • asian milleniials,
  • african millenials
  • americas and western millennials


for 2030 now ,millennials' goals script. world youth summits, open learning campus and value chain transformation advice to under 35 professionals -how to free maximum sustainability purpose of each global market sector see alumni of kim and youthworldbanking

for economists who want to stopspening their lives bubbling currencies and banks - and start creating next generation jobs see open society and ineteconomics a;umni of soros, and invite soros and glasgow university in partnership with CEU BUdapest and other open economics universities to map adam smith's 21st c curric;lum the most popular 21st C professional (open systems) course on open learning campus


for 25 years of the most scalable pre-deigtal solutions and 20 years of partnering digital oilutions of end village poverty action learn with both abed and yunus at the same time


choose your other 4 most collaborative world record job creators from leaders of educator entrepreneurial revolution


what will be top 20 worldwide women's and youth's jobs networks thanks to Muhammad Yunus - explore at ; thanks to sir fazle abed explore at ; thanks to jim kiim thanks to young african society ; t- help play #2030now game of who's top of job creating who
 top 100 links to youthworldbanking - please vote for top 100 millennials (goals) can linkin  rsvp


bank ki-moon











itu leader from mali

nanocredit leader out of kenya

ingrid munro

other young african society

who is leading parallel society by region and pracice inside youthworldbanking

health additions

paul farmer


global leadership tokyo university

nobel physicians against nuclear

oter sectors ro come




Do you believe in investing in millennials' goals and helping scale their solutions? Isnt that what the internet and open education could be celebrating? Aren't postgraduates 25-35 the smartest and most connected group our human race has ever seen? Who better to help solve any community crisis of sustainability because it hasnt got enough resources to share with its youth or because geopolitucal histories have trapped peoples in wars?

If your answer is yes, why not tell us how we can friend you- meanwhile here is a tour of some of the networks and millennials solution spaces we know about and love- where do you love most? These have come from searches for the publication world record book of job creation

1 youthworldbanking thanks jim kim and young professional associates -please help survey which young professional networks have solution that is relevant to this request of jim kim (see last 2 minutes of top video)

Next Youth Summit 7 oct 2014 - Location: WBG Headquarters, Washington, DC

Thanks to Naila Chowdhury 1 2  3  4   5   6   7  8   9

.Up until World War 2 the vast majority of economists agreed that our job is to structure capital so family savings invest in next generations communal productivity.

-see eg The Economst's Norman Macrae book on London Capital Market 

Mathematically growth of a place across generations cannot be expected to be sustained in any other way. Western Professions' race to consult to global system CEOs destroyed this core economiv principle.So where can we go to see impacts of banks designed to invest in next generation? (not to ask them to bailout more and more elders foie grandeurs). Today, the simplest cases of banks designed to invest in next generation are the banks owned by the poorest women in bangladesh who asked to identify with their wish to invest in their choldren. Africa's banks for and run by former orphans are another exciting case. Credit unions affilated to job creating univesties and open education may be another mode. Anyway whats known is the the human race to end poverty and that to end unemployment require the same whole truth economics (and open society) system designs

new july 2014 I am redoing a facebook group inspired by Muhammad Yunus started in 2008 -

I am searching out video conversation starters on how (or where) to change market value chains 

starting with health

key question of each video which under 35's networks to join in to make sector sustainable for 7 billion people starting with poorest, youngest and women

If someone from your alumni etc group  -eg ypchronic is a favorite millennials health network surveyed at  - joins this facebook group and wants to be made a joint adminstrator please tell me

I am in Dhaka next week (agenda arranged by local millennial mostofa zaman) which will be an opportunity to talk about which millennial networks and how world bank august launch of open learning campus can change millennials' goals, solutions and investors  youthworldbanking norman macrae foundation washington dc 301 881 1655

many thanks

chris macrae

Our 6th generation of microeconomics  partners at  feel we know where the most exciting conversations on youth capitalism are going on but where are the goodwill banks and youth sustainability investment funds?

Please tell us how you would add to our searches


Best conversations

 Dr. Jim Yong Kim

President, World Bank Group 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB

Ban Ki-moon

Secretary-General of the United Nations

Hugh Evans

Co-Founder and CEO, The Global Poverty Project

Ashish J. Thakkar

Founder, Mara Group and Mara Foundation

Chernor Bah

Chair, Youth Advocacy Group, Global Education First Initiative

Nargis Shirazi

Co-Founder, WO-MAN Foundation

Isha Sesay

Anchor and correspondent, CNN
Probable youth capitalsim delegation to Japan - 21 May 2014- our friends in Tokyo have other links with world bank and g20 youth summits but the japanese find it hard to believe what the west (greenwashing) has done with its net generation and nearly 20 years of millennium goal opportunities around yunus; I am a bit weary of walking into all these face situations; in the past the us head of jica and the japan ambassador to dhaka have been very hepful to open education agenda; moreover one of japans largest consulars is actually in atlanta

it was my fathers consistent story in The Economist form 1962 that Japan pro-youth economics could not only sustain the whole eastern hemisphere but was the above zero-sum mindset youth of net generation needed whereas western macroeconomics and smba could only chain the 99% of us to orwellian big brothers- so the next 21 months may yet turn out to be the most exciting the world has even linkedin  - to celebrate worldwide youth empowerment please join puddle 240 or tell us where else to post up at
Youth Jobs Capitals Movement
Why not link youth and leaders through twin capitals so that job co-creation is celebrated as the defining social and economic movement of the net generation.
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.join month of women's empowerment events through UN google-hangout -here's our friend naila chowdhury's 5 minute action testimony: Briefing from Naila Chowdhury
We work on necessary platform for full participation of girls and women in Bangladesh mainly, but now we are replicating the same project in Africa ( Kenya ) and in the US itself. The pilot project which is now 2 years old n Bangladesh is to ensure that we address the segment of girls and women who are not in the social norm of life - because they are battered women and I deal with acid survivors.
 In Bangladesh , I am sure many of you have heard of victims of acid attacks. Once they get treated - as their whole life changes and they are mutilated for life - we teach them skills in computer ICT and we are advancing those courses into software now also. So their earning from $50 dollars a month is going up to almost $200 dollars a month, which is a substantial amount of earning for a country like Bangladesh . What we are also adding on in touching their family life is sustainable projects by giving them nanocredit and by bring green energy intp their life -teaching them how to use healthy ways of cooking and solar light -we are trying to teach them skills on how to lead a good family life when they go back into their home.
So other than their earning, we give them loans through nanocredit -this nanocredit we replicated from Kenya actually. These girls once they learn skills need money to get into entrepreneurship other than working in software. So we are trying to give them small loans through mobile app airtime. So we got involved in this project in Africa , where the company is called MODE- they give nanocredit through mobile airtime and partnering with telecom companies. So what they do is give monthly airtime, and they return it through projects and we teach them entrepreneurship. So that's how they get economically empowered and gain independence
So we are replicating nanocredit with the acid survivor project in Bangladesh now, and next week we are going to do a pilot project beyond IT to see if they can start their own business and be their own leaders and be example ambassadors in their own area.
We are trying to replicate similar projects in the  USA as well. Recently we did a survey: there are about 4 million homeless and about 64 million immigrants who dont have full access to technology in US itself.  So we have partnered with Better World Wireless -so bringing Bangladesh technology and Kenya technology into America we will do 3 projects at the same time- in Kenya , Bangladesh and US, and we are trying to see if we customise it a little whether it can be replicated anywhere globally. And since it worked in Bangladesh and Kenya , we are very hopeful it will work in US as well. And we see people like techsoup and microsoft coming forward and promising 1 million handsets to Better World Wireless. So we thought that if we do nanocredit with them, we can reach pout to the homeless in US- and our target is women and girls.
So we are poor-focused and economic empowerment of women, while we teach them skills to ensure they get money in hand to start their own business also -and create employment instead of asking for employment: this is the maoin focus new carolina yunus social competition busienss winner 

stories of the 4+ year round trip to atlanta- what started when Georgia state's president of the public university bravely chalengted the whole state's professors to listen to their most entrepreneurial youth relayed on through NC OR NH and back to GA 27 Sept 2014 for a final rehearsal before the wholeplanet listens to the 4000 youth accelerator lab being convened to be mentored by the nobel peace laureates summit 15 to 19 November 2015-an event which Atalnta invites twin future capitsl of youth to linkin and demonstarte job co-creating expos to be more valuable thn hosting the Olympics - 

magic convergence of diaries- this will also be the penultimate month of the first wave of milennium goals- youth are debating how to collaborate next at this UN Youth space; stepping stones of Nobel laureates to Atlanta include Cape Town Oct 2014, Warsaw 2013 - tell us if you know of a world series of pro-youth futures meeting converging on #2015now  - on behalf of 6 generations (6 5 4 3 2 1) of scottish friends of adma smith and james wilson 



43rd annual update of curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER)

43rd annual update of curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER)  This began at The Economist in 1972 after my father Norman Macrae observed the first student experiments with digital learning networks at UK National Development Project for Computer Assisted Learning- father was a Keynsian- all profesisons and future system designers enjoyed number 1 responsibility for designing next generation livelihoods- it is from this criteria that ER chooses its top 20 most valued leaders of future system design... 

comparing 2014-15 Top 21 Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries for youth/net gen to action learn with

 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB  ; Youth Capitalism Road To Atlanta Nov 2015 Dr Yunus Impossible Postcards #1 of 10 Post Card - Final.pdf Post Card - Final.pdf, 628 KB>

.Help form top 50 youth jobs correspondence clubs before Atlanta Nov 2014 -ideas. queries welcomed

March 2014 -club of student owned trade portals ............   which microbanking intergenerational (hi-trust human networks) merit curriculum study in their own right?

..1 jim kim world bank ceo (& co-founder of PiHealth)  -  his systemic role for youth connects the main conflicts that networkers need to resolve - major context links 1  24JKideas Chinahub

curricula include: connecting education change with collaboration processes of youth's most valued summits;

mapping bottom up and open value chain models; realising Pope's servant leader course; profession exponential systems triangularisation of growth, youth-jobs and 21stC leadership of end inequality

sir fazle abed and 3 muhammad yunus because they empowered village mothers to network to action learn how to end poverty instead of just relying on endless aid ; 21 ingrid munro as she adapted the yunus model to empower youth in african slums to regenerate communities

Celebrating Freedom & Happiness? join in search for most pro-youth econmic models please have a browse of which ways is the planet's 70 trillion dollar trading being directed market sector by sector to benefit 99% of people's futures or 1%? ............... for last project managed by Norman Macrae see youth and yunus 10000 dvd project 2008 & add to your future capital's scrapbook here- Norman Macrae's last article is co-published with Nobel Peace laureate Muhammad Yunus here; the first annual remembrance dialoges around Norman Macrae's views of Youth Capitalism comes from this film out of The Economist's Boardroom, Saint James London 2010 ... online library of norman macrae--

Job-creating open education is the basis for celebrating how the first net generation can be most productive and collaborative ever - since dad (at the economist) and my first experiences of youth experimenting with early digital networks in 1972 - this led to next decade of research of Entrepreneurial Revolution at The Economist and book on billion plus new job creation of massive collaboration in 1984 -some of our favorite educator ER until arrival of moocs are >

We (elders and youth of the net generation) could now be valuing a wholly different planet

if top 11 who's Free Education who 

comparisons -skoll 7 for 2014-     7 for all time

Please consider notes on how to use -and not use - this listing

Normally we only feature living people DD denotes exception; numbers do not denote order

A few people we work with most closely are excluded on such grounds as bias and extreme exponential leverage (if they are currently at such a state of scaling that to be more famous is the last thing they currently need)

ER's youth job creating criteria compounds round most collaboration impact to replicate knowhow of, not billionaires or other elites with most resources.  

We are well aware that listing has many local weaknesses (please help Two major blocks to our research -linguistic, the most PR'd people in change world seldom have any true understanding of the conflicts that 43 years of tracking bottom up and open system designs of Entrepreneurial Revolution has clarified. As Einstein clarified from his field research with Mahatma Gandhi, the world's most powerful people actually have the least advantageous position to search for sustained innovation of system transformation and the many value chain conflicts that involves simultaneously  mapping . To get a representative view of urgent conflicts. consider 20 freedoms youth/netgen need most is a module of the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started in The Economist 1972 with the goal of maximising jobs and collaboration of the net generation. Queries -and youth collaboration in this research - are welcome at Norman Macrae Foundation - Washington Dc 1 301 881 1655

For more cases on the curriculum of YouthWorldBanking please click  Students and tecahers preparing to share currcula at the 20000 entrepreneur competition Atlanta Nov 2015 may wish to start here

Q&A Why did The Economist's pro-youth economist:map
ER1976.1 The economic need to replace the 20th century's biggest typologies- corporate, government, ngo?
ER1984.1 why did he recommend microfranchises would be pivotal to investing in most jobs in 21st C service and knowledge co-working economies? Norman Macrae's last article written 2008 explained how the cartel of government and too big to exist banks are the least economical and sustanable way to start the 21st c- his 1972 survey in The Economist on the next 40 years foretold conditions under which global financial system of 2010s would collapse




Class 1 converging life critical services around the most micro banks


Manual village mothers banks that converged education, markets (particularly bottom up agriculture and sisater relief),  health and safety, banking




Cashless banking:

Bottom up ngo -eg brac's bkash

Or telecoms facilitated to partner in ebanking for poorest-

Eg mpesa and safari-kenya

Mpesa and consortium tanzania

The exponentially most purposeful funds

Social business 51%

Social business 100%

Bottom-up multinationa

Practice networked

Social infrastructure such as cox's bazaar





Can we end late 20th C separation of economics and peace


To economists either side of world war 2 it was "obvious" that the compound system designs of peace and economics lead each other. Read for example Keynes General Theory. Ditto to systems mathematicians such as Einstein and Von Neumann.

My father, who spent his last days as a teenager navigating airplanes in world war 2 over modern day Bangladesh, took Keynes viewpoint into 40 years of mediating global viewspoints at The Economist. His 1984 book on the coming net generation invited everyone to invest in youth's greatest collaboration goals of end poverty and celebrating peace dividends out of every community. He didnt do this solely on moral grounds. It was Keynes number 1 job of economists. And in accelerating a borderless whole planet, it seemed obvious in 1984 that discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations would be seen by the human race as our greatest exponential risk of losing sustainability

Who is working today hardest to restore economics and peace to leading the same curricula? I am inspired by Jim Kim social movement transcripts for 2030 at World Bank. And by: Muhammad Yunus who has turned Nobel Peace laureates summits into Youth capitalism celebrations. And by the potential to generate this missing curriculum at an open education platform like Khan Academy. By the ideas of Soros alumn at Open Society and  Who do you see helping youth linkin this commons map to the future?

Macrae Family


netgeneration futures of peace and economics 1985-2025.ppt



can you help us map which which entrepreneurs are linking in to UNYOUTH's top 5 dialogues - a project of Norman Macrae Foundation Washington DC region 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc linkedin 9500; twiiter globalgrameen; face microeconomics



Practice case- who (what worldwide structure) would you trust most for babking job-creating education everywhere? Before you make a decision , join in discussion between some of the world's number 1 job-creating educatoional families -eg the Gandhis out of Lucknow and the Blechers and Bransons whose main lab is 15 million youth in south africa

 I have reread my father's lifetime work in The Economist quite a lot since his passing

It is clear to me that as a keynsian he believed the number 1 job of the economist (and indeed any profession (including educators) that compounds future impacts is next generation livliehoods and jobs creation -quite simply no place/community/nation has a growable future unless its family's savings are structured round this goal. He celebrated japan from early 1960s wherever they could spread this view around their hemisphere

are there any ways we can jointly use this value? for example is it a central value of how you teach entrepreneurship?, and if so can we get at eg khan academy and organise a competition for maximum 9 minute training on this interpretation of economics

is next generation job-creation central to mandela schools of thought?

father particularly identified netgeneration change around "entrepreneurial revolution" as originally entrepreneur meant taking back society from imperialists to free every being's livelihood - that's what happy and free actually denotes in declaration of independence, as well as any transparent interpretation of freedom of speech- its what gandhi's whole truth aha in south africa 1906 involved when he realised that the curriculum of the bar of london lawyer was destroying futures of coloreds in south africa and of his own peoples under raj rule in india; his diaries show that from then on he planted a revolutionary education system before he took the british head on in peaceful marches and social demonstrations  including being jailed as a freedom leader

anyhow if you do see any spaces where we can organise a debate on whether a profession gets this - be it educators, economists, other professions, media people, people who design the future of any sector I'd love to rehearse how to join in this

in december we had a debate at the university of glasgow with adam smith scholars - could they partner coursera (or the FutureLearn lookalike) in re-editing adam smith curriculum around this theme- we havent quite got there yet ; we are trying to get sir fazle abed the number 1 living graduate of glasgow university to visit glasgow and demand such a celebration- in budapest while sit fazle was being celebrated as the 20th open society laureate,  we presented the attachment to him as the most valuable way that BRAC the world's most collalborative ngo could promote itself and future of action learning education and microfranchise replication- we also asked for his support in calling for all post 2015 goal summits to make open education pivotal (in bangladesh any microcredit that isnt about microeducation isnt the real thing as Sunita's friend Mrs Begum will clarify

tom hunter who originally sponsored the whole of clinton global but who has had liquidity problems since 2008 would certainly lend his moral support to someone coming to glasgow to celebrate such an idea; and indeed it may be the only way to save the european union from destroying youths futures in all nations that dont start from the german/brussels position

which other billionaires or ex-billionaires can get this? hopefully the turners in calling for atlanta's greatest ever youth summit in nov 2015; they still havent involved sara blakely yet even though she is atlanta's newest billionnaire and connector of womens empowerment and south africa; nor does branson or skoll know about how to join in the 2 defining social movements of the net generation the way jim kim does ;  naila has started to get the sainsbury family involved; in africa I assume we need to get the ibrahim family involved ; one wonders which other telecom and internet billionnaires are friends or enemies of this - most so-called social media being extremely anti-social when it comes to future of youth livelihoods!!

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a couple of other stories with an india flavor

2018 is 175th anniversary of founding of The Economist by scot James Wilson- he founded The Economist to throw out of parliament all top-down vested interests; queen victoria rather preferred his idea of ruling over commonwealth to slavemaking empire; so she assigned him to start up standard charter bank in india to reform raj economics; this turned out to be not such a good thing for james; he died 9 months into the project in Calcutta needing oral rehydration

my maternal grandfather spent 25 years in arbitration with gandhi as  Great Britain's main lawyer in mumbai- and his last job was to write up the legalese of india's independence; actually Gandhi was against the dividing up of the indian continent into the 2 pakistans as well as India but Britain wanted to exit colonial responsibility quickly instead of mediating that geopolitical debate- a mistake that it also repeated causing many border disputes around world that are still with us- of course that also comes back to sunita's father's belief that the number 1 education value of second half of twentieth century onwards should be borderless culturally -that's a hugely important curriculum to try and get khan (or other open education platforms) to adopt too- my father would not be happy with what bill drayton at ashoka has done in 2 regards- bill chose the to extend the brand entrepreneur after reading my fathers 1976 survey but he doesnt have the job scaling criteria my father saw as pivotal; and drayton claims to be a gandhian but he has been very slow in identifying the world's number 1 job creating educators- when skoll ask drayton circa 2002 to choose 7 world entrepreneurs to make 16 hours of dvds with - his choices were himself, the disastrous tepper-marlin who has got the wrong side of garment manafacture, grajew in brazil whose was never as pivotal to uniting world social forum with world economic forum as bula was, the decent but non-entrepreneurial peter eigen,  and drayton himself;  one useful thing DC Mgoal  advocates did was to lobby drayton to include the bangladeshis yunus and sir fazle abed  people ashoka  in its previous quarter a century had never had any prior contact with as far as I can find out! furthermore there wasnt a single meeting of these 7 world entrepreneurs so not even a minimum joint curriculum of what they stood for was ever started- and not one single person who calls themselves an economist was engaged in debate- quite odd when you remember what was going on out of washington dc in 2002 in terms of not exactly contributing to world peace (the number 1 role of any gandhian if I understand correctly)

...............................................................................................................................................................................join us at -what curriculum can we free so that worthwhile jobs are plentiful all over our planet?  our next reunion 25 march 2013 dhaka rsvp to join or help co-host other massive collaboration gatherings or cafes!
 can you help with curriculum of youth investment banking?
- we believe the greatest maths mistake of all time - let alone the most maaddening economic error - is failing to invest in youth when the net generation has access to million times more collaboration technology - help hunt leaders of 2010s = worldwide youth's most productive, sustainable, heroic and collaboartive decade at
q1 what example do you start mapping curriculum of youth investment banking with?
between now and debriefings in dhaka in last week of march this is our main survey question
then in august usaid convenes its first global education summit
cm1 my 5 cents worth: i prefer to start with my father's suggestion of 7 years of studying bangladesh -both grameen and brac - with methods like dvds interviewing bangladesh entrepreneurs shared with 10000 young people -once these contexts are in my mind i find discussions with students at MIT and out of alabama most help me -where does investment in youth inspire you most?
first massive innovation exercise I take away from grameen is:
start by making a 3 dimensional diagram to integrate 3 types of services:
1.1 what sorts of financial services
1.2 what sorts of ownership of community market or value chain
1.3 what sorts of knowledge hub
when dr yunus and mrs begum started configuring grameen bank 100000 village centres around 60 members per centre, they structured all of the above
regarding 1.1 they insisted on serving savings at same time as credit and the first dollar saved became right to vote as equity holder in the bank
by choosing village mothers the first aim was to free productivity of a group whose lives were in effect chained by dowry to breeding children and being stuck in a rural hut; but over half a generation these members turned grameen into a youth investment bank as that was what they voted its sustainable purpose to be- whence starting in 1996 greatest investments by youth investment banking ever made village phones with soros, village energy with knowledge of president carter's original solar advise neville williams
however none of above could work in a vacuum -one of the earliest of the members 16 decisions was commitment to send children to primary school -but almost all of these schools were served by brac
brac's approach to the poorest owning value chains was interestingly win-win to grameen- instead of owning place markets in the village, brac redesigned whole market value chains an approach usaid first declared was adopting in 2010 - eg poultry where brac ientifies 5 main jobs that sustain decent living wages and microfinances over 100000 people to adopt one of these 5 job franchises
what becomes interesting is how mobile connectivity changes all of this - while yunus comes up with wizard apps , brac with its extraordinary MIT partners is more likely to use mobile to redesign total operations across a value chain - its dna as the world's largest ngo is founded round both about the blueprints engineers use to communicate in depth and breadth, and with over 50000 schools to run it has arguably the greatest network of curriculum competence ever linked in
in any event now in the 2010s its pretty clear what markets we need to revolutionise for sustainability of our next generaton, whether you start with maps inspire by above models or somewhere else massively collaborative
energy and agriculture waste - green it localise its productivity and access, nutrition it
health -aim to make nurses number 1 grassroots collaboration information network of 21st c
education mooc it , youth entrepreneur competition it
banking - cashless it thereby freeing whole nations from mess when politicians monoplosie currency decsions
media - twin whomever heroes entertain you most with whomever newtorks most massive good by and for youth to generate
multi-win models that million times more collaboration technology made core to the future of capitalism since The Ecomomist's invitation to linkin next generation with Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries 25 dec 1976 -only phony capitalism and orwellian big brothers have anything to lose from massive collaboration now
over the next month Norman Macrae Family Foundation 1 2 invites anyone interested to help edit the bare bones content of the curriculum of what to explore first at forum of 1) grameen and 2) brac if you have visited coursera you will know that the building blocks of its massive open online curriculum are as simple as a set of lsides and being able to youtube -so anyone with practices to share can be a curriculum builder - however even before doing that I am interested in massively co-editing written scripts and emerging first pictures around which people can map links
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1 zasheem by coincidence before you called me last night to announce your meeting with stiglitz I had just searched out the article below of stiglitz written in january 2012- it looks very much like my dad's last article written xmas 2008 which yunus said he would co-publish in time to give to yes we can parties of obama but lamiya's office blocked


2 what I suggest is needed is

a) you find the memorandum of understanding yunus and vice chancellor of glasgow university signed in 2010 about new economics course; armed with these memories you explain to stiglitz that those calling for microeducationsummit -from brac to WISE to japanese economical fiends of yunus and adam smith - need a track of economists to feel that microeducationsummit is also their next generation home, - hi-trust economics and education being the only combination that can save 99% of america's net generation from being a lost generation!


and that a minimum new curriculum of post-industrial pro-youth economics is our number 1 output need- we are of course happy to configure any partnering processes we have around calls stiglitz might like to make whether this is a special issue of journal of social busienss; whether he has white paper for circulation to the same sorts of audience as Dhaka's happy 2013 xmas card, or 4 usa states networks of youth winners and public university systems linked in to usa social business competitions and converging on the new university of poverty being built in alabama


will you rehearse with me how to make this offer to stiglitz and who among economist shareholders, and eg at convergences and EU eg barnier to try and involve as a matter of urgency


please pencil a suggested agenda of your meeting so i can make sure office of romano prodi -as co-author of entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 - gets it in time to transmit to barnier


thanks chris macrae 301 881 1655



2 what I suggest is needed is

a) you find the memorandum of understanding yunus and vice chancellor of glasgow university signed in 2010 about new economics course; armed with these memories you explain to stiglitz that those calling for microeducationsummit -from brac to WISE to japanese economical fiends of yunus and adam smith - need a track of economists to feel that microeducationsummit is also their next generation home, - hi-trust economics and education being the only combination that can save 99% of america's net generation from being a lost generation!


and that a minimum new curriculum of post-industrial pro-youth economics is our number 1 output need- we are of course happy to configure any partnering processes we have around calls stiglitz might like to make whether this is a special issue of journal of social busienss; whether he has white paper for circulation to the same sorts of audience as Dhaka's happy 2013 xmas card, or 4 usa states networks of youth winners and public university systems linked in to usa social business competitions and converging on the new university of poverty being built in alabama


will you rehearse with me how to make this offer to stiglitz and who among economist shareholders, and eg at convergences and EU eg barnier to try and involve as a matter of urgency


please pencil a suggested agenda of your meeting so i can make sure office of romano prodi -as co-author of entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 - gets it in time to transmit to barnier


thanks chris macrae 301 881 1655


2 what I suggest is needed is

a) you find the memorandum of understanding yunus and vice chancellor of glasgow university signed in 2010 about new economics course; armed with these memories you explain to stiglitz that those calling for microeducationsummit -from brac to WISE to japanese economical fiends of yunus and adam smith - need a track of economists to feel that microeducationsummit is also their next generation home, - hi-trust economics and education being the only combination that can save 99% of america's net generation from being a lost generation!


and that a minimum new curriculum of post-industrial pro-youth economics is our number 1 output need- we are of course happy to configure any partnering processes we have around calls stiglitz might like to make whether this is a special issue of journal of social busienss; whether he has white paper for circulation to the same sorts of audience as Dhaka's happy 2013 xmas card, or 4 usa states networks of youth winners and public university systems linked in to usa social business competitions and converging on the new university of poverty being built in alabama


will you rehearse with me how to make this offer to stiglitz and who among economist shareholders, and eg at convergences and EU eg barnier to try and involve as a matter of urgency


please pencil a suggested agenda of your meeting so i can make sure office of romano prodi -as co-author of entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 - gets it in time to transmit to barnier


thanks chris macrae 301 881 1655



 economics and media either design or destroys the futures that most peoples want

Partner networks of commit to the 2 main impact logics my father's lifetime work at The Economist discovered

1 countries (let alone communities) can only grow sustainably if there is sufficient capital structured to invest family's savings in their next gereation working lifetimes

2 world trade is a different type of value multiplier - only if it is transparently mediated as a win-win with your next generation's productivity will it be possible to value accomplishing the futures peoples want most

my father's 40 years 1948-1988 at The Economist can be viewed in two halves - 1) learning the trade of asking the most owerful people in the world wherther they were taking responsibility for the 2 principlaes above; starting in 1972 the genre of entreprenjeurual revolution. 1972 was the first time Norman Macrae saw 500 hundred students experienbting with being digitally networked. He was convinced that the net generation 1984-2024 would wither be inveted in collaboration around 3 billion new jobs (and so be 10 times more productive and sustainble than any previous time) or end up trapped in the orwellain big brother syndrome

the simpest way to put this is that economics and media either design or destroys the futures that most peoples want - 2010s is the decade that will judge this for all future generations of the revolution of going post-industrial and being globally and localy interconnected. help us find 10 leaders whose collaborations can best map investing banking for youth at



Join our dicsussions of Youth World banking with the folowing friends of investing in youth

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Jan: Our Journalist associates launched blog of YouthEuropeBanking and started to investigate what would need to happen for 2012 to be world's best year for Entrepreneurship. Our academics linked round Adam Smith scholars started to offer any nation consultancy on how to start up their own pro-youth economics academic journal in a way that would maximise practice leaders and investors participation



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Research processes designed to map the what who and where is best for youthworldbanking?

Example of recursive processes used: one of the earliest collaborations of what are now 10000 entrepreneurs of involved an open space meeting after 7/7. What crisis will you personally take most passionate responsibility for the next 7 years and commit to sharing any personal network that makes progress on it

Late 2007 we started 2050 yunus book club (first responses to this book came from Japanese embassy and JICA in washington DC) to match what yunus said were the 50 greatest projects and which of his peers said the project was a greatest but they did not yet know tow to scale its actions worldwide. This included sponsoring a Bangladeshi's villager's degree in London university so that we could tune in to the messages from dhaka as a place bound to become epicentre of all conflict between good and bad banking, as well as job creating and job destructing mobilsation of technology, and as it turned out good and bad government communicatiosn process(wikileaks of us embassy in dhaka have underimined help USA could otherwise have given in Arab Spring). The last pre-conflict interviews were made in July 2008 while the world was celebrating the opening of the Nobel Museum in dhaka- they are available at or mail your postal adddress to if you want one of the last few copies of the 10000 dvd print run

today we help co-sponsor youth 1000 brainstorms across states in USA -and anywhere that 45 principals of cloleges commit to bus in their stidents to job branstorm) on social business solutions and match youths 50 greatest projects with the gaps between yunus 50 dream projects and realities not yet mappable by his alumni's interactions around the world

 our journals and other media channels will converge reporting of all this information on londons olympics and our network worldclassbrands (est 1988) will ask those who have done the most damage to media whether they waat one last chance to repeal their legacy by providing the sponsoring but not the content editing of youths attempt to reform 21st c media so that todays millions time more powerful colaboration tech is deplyed to create jobs and achieve millennium goals


winner in 2010s so far:

MIT the number 1 job creating paradigm -only 10 nations' alumni create more jobs

courageous mentions:

45 colleges of state of Georgia for their 1000 youth brainstorm 

HEC for inviting a golden league circle to start up sustainability MBA


Joint winners BRAC Bangladesh and Jamii Bora (transparency note: JB is recipent of $100k loan from Norman Macrae Foundation)Kenya (suspended Grameen while under Hasina rule) 

Project asociates and


Monday, March 17, 2014

which microbanking curriculum are worth studying as hi-trust human networks

Back in 1990 we proposed that the only way to understand the world's most valuable brand identotoe s was to study each one's life history- what was it founded around; if it ever chnaged its purpose why; how did it keep win-win-wining through its value exchnages on all copre productivity and demand constituenies



Our experinece in chartering revolutioanry networks indicates, each merits separtate cuuriculum stidy- there is no point averaging out any of the banks for the poor as if there is a general practice curriculum


Its worth doing that for these 3 micro banking systems (both their every day banking and the investments they made for their members) -what was the main conflict they were aiming to transform beynd- did they have to move chnage in constitutions/regulations to achieve this

Grameen - Bangladesh -pre-1996 manual and womens  - from 1996 with mobile phones (member investment in grameen phone) and significant number of youth scholarships and thence youth alumni

BRAC - Bangladesh -per-1996 manual - BRAC went a diferent way as technolgy changed it developed a second banking divisin that was nationwiide and then a 3rd cashless banking system - BRAC did not start extensions into Africa until the web age- and many of these targeted youth employment with mahjor partners such as mastercard foundation uganda, gates foundation tanzania

Jamii Bora Kenya - unlike Gramen and BRAc it was a mobile youth slum bank as well as a family bank-also it was founded 1999 at a time when all operational records could be digital and mobile- Jamii Bora argued for a regulatory environment which then made MPESA possible as a world elading innovation out of Kenya

(Note all core partnerships) as well as their collaborations- for example both Grameen and BRAC served the vilage mothers wish to invest in ending illiteracy of children - it was actially brac that franchised 40000 vilage schoos, while it was grameen that made it a condiction of bank membership to promise to send all your children to primary school

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3:10 pm edt 

Dear Friends

I would like to help form this club and aim to sustain its connections at least until the end of 2015 by which time 4 of the biggest youth jobs summits will have been convened - 2 by young professional associates at the world bank with the help of un envoys for youth and education and two related to nobel laureates including the massive celebration of 15 years of connecting HBUs through atlanta (the 4th being cape town oct 2014)

I am talking about such ideas in the widest sense but ultimately the power of the trade is owned for the benefit of students or of diaspora groups   - eg anna's case native americans  or of the poorest families as was the breakthrough economics idea of bangladeshi microcredit leaders including 2012 keynote udc speaker dr yunus

Here are some questions:
-are you interested in being student leaders/connectors of such a club?
-do you feel that dc conscious capitalism chapter can be of any help in forming this? if so tell us specifically what we could be doing
-giresse- am I right in thinking that your team's pitch at OFC in 3 weeks is related to this - it may be more of a databse than a portal but do you see it is as in this sort of chnage action (or how do you classify it)

questions to everyone-
what do you think of this network  (more footnoted) which claims to be emerging a worldwide student owned jobs network - I see its DC representative on wednesday morning so feedback before then -it had about 100 people at its DC launch including one of obama's youth advisers and the guy from gallup who has a lot of data on employee motivation and whose ratings scale is I believe being used at atlanta conference week 2 april

is there a space to raise this invitation to form a club during udc social week

If I find we have momentum for this I can go back through about 100 pitches to yunus or at atlanta and see which are still alive and of this sort.

cheers chris macrae  bethesda 301 881 1655
more on YSN at 1776 launched dc 29 january 2014 (1776 is the incubator that has had substantial funding from DC mayor whose office is also participating in UDC week- incidentally if anyone is active at networking mayors offices I need to know because DC, atlanta and tuskegee mayors can do far more for youth if they know of each others developments now)
Confirmed Speakers Include: Jennifer Kushell, YSN Chris Arnold, Word Merit Jon Clifton, Gallup Aaron Sherinian,
12:42 pm edt 

here is the 50000 student wiki from the inaugural changetheworld MOOC in state it reached at end of corse early March 2014 - please suggest missing links so we can add them at this memorial to massive open online collaboration it was billed as the first time a wholly new course had been designed around collaboration networks of a pro-youth a summit - in  this case mashable's social good sept 2013 new york (see the cast here)



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10:22 am edt 

Saturday, November 12, 2011

On the bus to valldaloid (2011's mecca for the worlds greatest youth summit) I met 2 charming young men from Mynamar (Burma). This would have pleased The Economist's unacknowledged giant as he learnt the (pro-youth investment) purpose of economics from an Indian correspondent course which he studied as a teenager while waiting during world war 2 to navigate RAF planes out of modern day Bangladesh and olden day Burma. Never did the British empire have such productive young allies as the 1940s youth from these areas.

I looked at the 2 business cards wondering if my flight from wash dc was making me see more than usually red-eye doble as both cards had the same name Maung Maung. One of the young men pinched me laughing - no you are not dreaming we really do have the same name. It seemed like a propitious start to a summit whose wee little change to economics needs to end image-led dream-making (political soundbiting in the case of non-comercial world services like BBC) and get back to putting youth back to good works everywhere.
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