American legacy on human sustainability.........LiveDairyMay2015..................................... during era 1946-2030 of spending 4000 times more on commns: 1969 (moon landing), 1976,1983, 1990, 1997 -5 curiosity crossroads to global social value which www millennials most needed America to mediate openly and recursively 2010: remembering UG and ER. 1843: James Wilson founds The Economist to end hunger, throw out vested interests from parliament, question biggest decisions of industrial revolution transparently ahead of exponential impacts..queen victoria liked idea-dispatched james to calcutta to reform raj economics where he died 9 months later due to lack or oral rehydration- his son-in-law walter bagehot took up challenge of reforming English constitution; 130 years after James launch it occurred the economics editors that the post-industrial revolution of the internet generation would need even more bottom-up entrepreneurial mediation if millennials sustainability and end poverty were to continue unite the human race. If James were alive today we think he would be editing moocs on Preferential Option Poor- by health, agriculture and you tell us -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

Thursday, August 18, 2016

18 september is most revolutionary report and debriefing on pro-youth education ever assembled by the world of nations -new york un https://www.eventbrite.com/e/education-commission-report-launch-tickets-26722466617 briefings led by
 Jim Kim, Jack Ma (China), 
  Norway’s PM Erna Solberg,  Chile’s Michelle Bachelet Indonesia’s Joko Widodo,  Malawi’s Peter Mutharika, UNESCO Irina Bokova  acceptance by Bam Ki-Moon
Commissioners Gordon Brown (chair, scotland);  Gracia Machel (S Africa), Amartya Sen, and 25 more

9 things to know about exploring youth opportunities linked in to jim kim

Came to the world bank with best connections of world record job creators ever by the leader of any sort of bank

8 he had built health care bottom up with paul farmer leveraging every connection in boston -their health out of poverty labs had begun in haiti and peru- spread with soros help to russia and africa 

7 he had been spotted late 1990s by george soros- the most revolutionary of billionnaire investors and economists- it was soros who funded the first mobile phones for the poor experiments grameen 1996 bangladesh

6 kim had helped soros and farmer discover that the greatest of all bottom up health networkers was sir fazle abed of www.brac.tv  and that his experiments with health care built out of nothing in rural villages had  in 1970s trued china's barefoot doctors but failed because that idea needed government approval - and had so alternatively teamed up with jim grant unicef to action learn with the world of villages oral rehydration- what scaled rural womens networks to grow and grow- brac was about 20 years ahead in developing last mile community health workers - thats now the job description of 95% of todays 15000 staff of partners in health www.pih.org  now do at ghrassroots levels

5 both kim and farmer were originally cross-cultural anthropologists- they understood all modern bottom-up community economic movements (apart from china''s) had the same origin - south america of the late 1960s; the story goes that while usa was racing to the moon, the peoples of s.americas - who had seen the end of european colonisation but mainly at the price of pretty rotten dictators funded by one or other superpower in the cold war with the exception of the 2 big countries brazil and mexico-  
peoples across latim america asked what does this catholic faith we have inherited from colonistion meanb to us- they decided the faith they liked was franciscan - ie faith that acts as servant leaders where the priests come an live and learn with the poorest- this - brazil's contribution to this debate was less about faith and more about wanting barefood educators - paulo friere -pedagogy of the oppressed

4 hence kim was always aiming to link faiths together around hope and joy of hi-trust community-workers and educators- when pope francis was elected - he became one of pope francis first visitors asking for a pro-youth parthership - their connections first positive impact aided obamas cuba policy

3 Kims other great friendship cemneted (i think) during his first year at teh world bank was with Jack Ma- the two make brilliiant advisers of each other, and who's who in the world of leapfrog coding

2 kim had actually been obama's , last roll of the dice - obama failed us youth on banking in spite of his mom having founded womens world banking microcredit networks out of indonesia; obama had failed development youth- while he had correctly indentified the need to re-examine market value chains from the bottom up he had niively assigned this task to usaid- usaid has about 10000 subcontractirs on its books mainly organised around a handful of large organisations all of whose experts depend on not open sourcing their knowledge of value chains; when obama interviewed kim , obama had said something like i know how to explain to congress you as the most practical health strategist devlopement has ever had but what else can i tell them - to which kim said have you read your mothers phd- it turned out kim knew much more about bottom up finacnial inclusion and women empowerment networks than obama did

1 kims first 18 month at world bank were quite fun, hopeful - he was chapmioning under 35 professionals every way he could - sharing what social movements had really done in the various health cases he had got michael porter to help him write up; but then ebola struck- there is no doubt that kim accelerated usa responses by about 3 months absolutely critical give how fast the plague had got to; but it gave his enemies inseide the world bank ammunition- in effect he was partnering too close with the ngo he had previously co-founded with paul farner

0 maybe there is a different game going on but kim does not look likely from where i sit to get or want re-election fall 2017; last month he issued an extraordinary rtport on the future of heatktcare in china- i would assume that unless something collaborative for youth emerges from 18 september - kim will devote the rest of his life to how china and asia can sustain their youth - why waste time on west's broken systems when asia (particularly women of china and bangladesh) want kim's work and connections 

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Friday, April 22, 2016

Lets look at a space which the worlds eyes are on... as a benchmark to assessing if we are really seroous that batimore can be america's inner city lab of most youth excitement of the next 4 years

Its pretty easy to be a jobenomics researcher of leaders worth interviewing in dubai and surrounding region as young people like mostofa and yuxuan  have been studying http://expo2020dubai.ae/  Omagine - Based on a true Story
AN UNFORGETTABLEEXPERIENCE
Between October 2020 and April 2021, Dubai will host the next World Expo. Bringing together more than 180 nations and an international audience of 25 million visitors, it will be one of the greatest shows on Earth.
On a 438 hectare site, connected to three international airports and a dedicated transport network, Expo will provide visitors with the chance to see spectacular architecture, merge with global cultures, examine thoughtful and thought provoking exhibitions, and taste food from every corner of the globe. Above all, visitors to the event will witness the very latest in thinking and technology all in one place and at one time. Expo will be an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience. We are preparing for an event that will enthral and amaze the many millions who visit, providing a sense of wonder at the ability of people, working together, to envisage and achieve a better tomorrow.
It wont be too hard to map which regions of china want a similar 2020 connection

Manny please will you give us a structure for supercity baltimore's jobs-transformation for youth of the sort i try to describe -

i used to understand how to get connecting health open space events around zaras model-now that gone in terms of  language that can be shared with those who are crazy about empowering youth or womens jobs in their region

i am going to assume the most generalisable model being analysed by our us etams is chucks

ie lets list which markets we intend to start intervening in within 6 weeks in baltimore -health and what else -which university leader in baltimore that you trust wants best connection with dubai 2020

who do we know in the development agency for baltimore or maryland- how do we bridge them now to dubai 2020

are we still going after health markets eg with marie's model as lead service we can talk to

i assume something in the arts linking your london launch- which arts institute in baltimore wants to linkin dubai 2020

when you rely on al what sectors practices are you actually relying on - for example does al have a wizard tech group around him or should i assume this is to be built around jayfus and naila -in bangaldesh brac invest several of mit's greatest apps wizards , and across the uae region of mostofa's global youth club abdul latifee and toyota networks invest in many more of mit's greatest wizards- all of this must bring down our degerees of separation with eg mit's dean 

when i am back from dhaka i need to write a letter to leonsis- so that he sees we have permissions to baltimore-china-dubai that he cant reach on his own , we need this market by market story  of value chains we are going to bring back smes to and ewe need to understand how experiments which may be more advanced in harlem offer hope of being transferable to baltimore

when i am in dhaka - sir fazle abed's family can literally list 100+ microfranchises they use to turn value chains in bangladesh to sustain poorest players

its very difficult to seriously tell sir fazle abed that we aim to go round the world with a tv channel linking leaders who are chnanging value chains back to smes and sustainable youth jobs without understanding what al brings to the epicentre that you imagine as baltimore 2020

thanks
chris macrae  www.economistamerica.com 

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Friday, December 18, 2015


The first quarter of families developing the new world launched at the UN by Pope Francis and 17 pro-youth sustainability goal mapmakers completed earlier this week- may the next quarter be integrated into every new year sustainability and youth goodwill resolution you make.
Where do Americas fit into maps like these - come back after the Xmas break and we will try to have tidied up some Routes to Sustainability 4 hemispheres can linkin celebrating with Americas.

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what is a MOOC and why has after 42 years is it not yet possible for millennials to MOOC with all top 12 world record job creators?
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ATL? staging the most scalable and game changing millennials network in 2015's year of sustainability? Other nominations welcome


Thursday, December 10, 2015

YOUR FUTURES - COMING BACK TO AMERICA
5 years ago we heard about a movement that was due to entrepreneurially and socially converge all historically black colleges on atlanta nov 2015 - due to funding quarrels between agents of muhammad yunus and the mayors office the plans never actioned- last night a more promising idea started up in part of NEW YORK CUNY system at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn  thanks to Michael Moore and his pathway to 1 milllion activist alumni of film Where To Invade Next   -donald trump eat your heart out-

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GLOBAL YOUTH EMPWERMENT
contact isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com to linkin or open space such issues as prison reform and reparations, women empowerment and new york families alternatives to wall street, and how to end student debt traps

help us map connections between startup brooklyn, kenya, vatican, beijing, and wherever your family lives and wants youth and educators to enjoy -and collaboratively lead - sustainable futures

Friday, October 30, 2015

is conditional cash transfer the biggest financial app of sustainability goals generation

some reasons for asking:

JP Morgan Listens to Lessons from Kenya Microcredit Jamii Bora

from middle 2008's subprime nightmares, many of us spent a lot of time trying (eg launching journal of social business) to support students understand how the origins of the bangladeshi microcredit movement truly worked but eg in america that has wasted a heck of a lot of energy -evidence eg atlantas goal to involve 10000 hbuc and ther youth at the height of  designing networks embedding youth in sustainability goals futures ie this month with all nobel peace laureates and families of ted turner and jimmy carter and martin luther king as locals cheering on the movement  -cancelled like the previous peace summit designed to celebrate mandela's heritage out of cape town due to politics between big players

jim kims world bank seems to have adopted direct cash transfer as its system intervention into financing end of poverty but only where this is seen as a way that the world bank can free itself from history of top down chain of nation's biggest banks which it used to have to work through trickling down often next to nowt to empower the the ultra poor; it is said that long before mexico's rotten invention of microcredit ipo it had pioneered valid conditional cash transfers- oddly all the most openly transformative societal cultures of ending poverty can be traced back to late 1960s dialogues in s. america (the curriculum now led by pope francis) with the possible exception of china

possibly berkeley's most impactful ever coders  app concerns conditional cash transfer- in any event its the right time to discuss whether this is so given the dynamics going on around the blum centre and the hard landing of clinton university on this student epicentre spring 2016 during a year that political noise across usa will in most cultural respects be full of sound and fury

chris




Monday, October 19, 2015

By good fortune berkeley treated friends like amy and me to this tonite - now of course berkeley has special locational advantages with more coding engineers per head of youth than anywhere but the organisers berkeley confirmed they wanted to share with such continent wide processes as
such as my friends at 
oas especially as blum centre is major west cast sponsor and home of clinton university spring 2016
china and japan
un central park goals for youth empowerment

10 minutes welcome and overview
30 minute q&a with most exciting empowerment start up to have emerged from berkeley in last 3 years - give directly GiveDirectly: Send money directly to the extreme poor http://www.thesegovia.com/ now scales 40 million dollars f direct cash transfers and aims to be a billion dollar market connector by 2020


15 minutes by 5 groups where each piece of process from pitch to accelerate to find relevant angel investor (big ideas ; global social venture competition, lAunch, better venture fund

15 minutes of student pitches by 15 students

adjourn to eat pizza and meet student pitchers round posters to ask questions and network