Why not design future around 7 billion wonderful livelihoods

POP GOES THE FUTURE -why not economics designed to sustain 7 billion brilliant livelihoods?
This exciting opportunity of economics in service and knowledge networking age was first mediated by my father Norman Macrae in 1972 after seeing students testing digital learning network. Unlike consuming up things, knowledge can multiply value in use and through www, Our 1984 book "The 2025 Report" mapped the story of what happens next if millennials are to be sustainable.Today, as we enter the last 10 years of open learning search for top 30000 microfranchises of job creation-who do you celebrate most?
10 Yunus -Happiest Freedom
NEWSCASTER EVERthe most fun movement I have seen youth and yunus do since jan 2008- how about you? BU inventions - Financial adviser, builder, energy-adviser, mobile telecoms for every 60 poorest mothers
9Sir Fazle Abed - BEST VILLAGE ENGINEER EVER -nobody in The Economist's (first 43 years of searching)both's engineers and audits the 3E's of microfranchising with such relentless love (empowering self-confidence of all involved) as sir fazle abed and the world's largest and most collaborative grassroots networks BRAC. BU Inventions include - para-health, legal adviser, literacy and jobs educator for every village ...
8 Ingrid Munro -JB1 JB2 -Empowering Africa's Slumdog Billionnaire Partners
7 Taddy Blecher summary of maharishi uni.doc summary of maharishi uni.doc, 556 KB -Missing Jobs Curricula of Open Education Youth Values Most
(Branson, Mandela Elders, Google, Gov)
6 Sal Khan Missing platforms of open education's most urgent apprenticeships
5 George Soros Missing Microeconomics and Open Society Search(Gorbachev
4 Jim Kim 1 2 Healthy Cheerleader of net generation's social movements and value chain transformations (Farmer ... ) Cool Koreans Free UN's valuation of youth
3 W4E/F4D - videos 1 2 3
2 Jack Ma China's next 100 Million SME Jobs connector Ending Digital Divides of last great nation before borderless world youth's dreams-be-true
1 WWW YouthLabs everywhere open source can reach, and Berners Lee (MIT, San Fran )



What made pre-digital grassroot Microcredit brilliant has seen the baton passed on to mobile women4epowerment as the greatest economic movement our human race has ever celebrated. Operationally microcredit 1.0 has failed to survive the digital revolution sustainably (except when tied to pockets of Yunus fame, or sustained one community at a time unlike the sacling Clinton decsribes in this video). Moreover its smart side was inconveniently misunderstood wherever big banking experts , students' professors or summit hosts didnt understand that womens community trust through health networking was integral precursor to exponential rising practices of microcredit village networking; meanwhile the empowerment of mobile 2.1 depends on newly interfacing operations that are virtual apart from the last mile

The good news is that the total bottom up banking systems of Bangladesh have been relentlessly integrated by brac from microcredit plus to brac bank to cashless banking bkash; that youth have been inspired to digitalise community banking circle apps (eg www.puddle.com ) and p2p networking; that yunus has demonstrated how the first gamechanging infrastructure of the mobile age is green energy for a billion off grid peoples; that worldwide soros, women4empowerent and MIT networks have mobilised what eg yunus isolated in Bangladesh could not sustain when opposed b all of Bangladesh's top-down government. However Yunus (see YunusOlympicsandNobelAtlanta ) remains youth world fairs greatest attraction - the antidote to corporates whose ad agency's greenwashing audits communications as all about image and addiction, nothing to do with sustaining future generations and celebrating livelihoods
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hi-trust. More valuable than individuals are the numbered collaboration and missing curricula networks they have helped youth celebrate
dr yunus 1 2 3
sir fazle abed 1
TeamQ
Ingrid Munro
Nick Hughes
taddy blecher 1
Jack Ma
Berners Lee
Negropronte
craig kielburger
john mackey
sarah butler-sloss
Neville Williams
Sal Khan
Daphne Koller
Gandhi Family Lucknow
Jeroo Billimoria
Skoll
Ibrahim family
barbara parfitt
George Soros
Paul Farmer
Jim Kim
Atsu Yokoi
Ted Turner
Jimmy Carter
monica yunus
Darryl Hill
Quadir Family
Joi Ito
Negropronte
Lech Walesa
Gorbachev
Branson
Jim Collins
history's female entrepreneurs
W4E & F4D

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INNOVATION IN ACTIONILABs
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Late Greats: Nelson Mandela, Ray Anderson, Wangari Maathai
more at wholeplanet.tv
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health - farmer kim; job creating grassroots networks : Yunus, Abed; mobile W4E; faith Pope Francis .........
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SorosJobs
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unwomens.com
nobelAtlanta.com

Entrepreneurial Revolution, how can we linkin with your most valuable celebrations of human productivity and communal service?
Dhaka goal for june 2015- 10000 facebook fans of yunus; isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com family linkin 9500


Macrae Family
assert ER as an open education curriculum - queries welcome: chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk . We invite you to join BU (bottom-up) Search of who's who - people to trust the the job-creation and pro-youth economics meaning Norman Macrae's 1972 intention of Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution and mediation of system debates to focus on as 2010s would either exponentially sustain or destroy 10 times more productivity and collaboration around the world

as yet unverifiable
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Drayton & Schwab - both knew Dad's ER curricula well but have got greenwashed a lot
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ending poverty: helping youth share good news of how to end poverty? JK MY designing solutions that can be shared? FA

open sourcing life changing wizard tech solutions TBL NH

Banking the next billion livelihoods teamQ NH IM FA

job creating education TB

linking capital cities in youth job expos in a movement that becomes more popular to celebrate than the olympics MY2 JK

making basic health services 8 times more affordable everywhere

creating 100 million jobs through models of free nursing colleges -SK MY BP

freeing what other college training to create jobs and sustain communities

helping the richest consumers learn responsibility for nutrition of children everywhere JM

changing from dirty energy to clean energy GP SBS NW

clean water for everyone

· replacing conflicts with safe opportunities for everyone to make a living by good trading models

· personal safety for everyone

· smarter disaster prevention for everyone

· making connection to the web fee for every community - understanding what open source solutions emerge from that especially where they create local livelihoods


changing how professions rule over to value exponential (inter-generational time frames), massive collaboration (ie valuing transparency by ending compound risk at boundaries of a borderless world) JC

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Collaboration Entrepreneur Library: Stories of 100 hi-trust people of sustainability world's webs to 2012 ..In search of most extraordinary cases for humanity , voted by gravity200 networks


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Thursday, March 26, 2015

In Keynsian end-poverty terms, Bangladesh is a most extraordinar area to study as its intergenerational development has sustained a double economic miracle - from 1972 to 1996 how services and livelihoods were built round microfranchises in the villages out of nothing - no resources , no infrastructure. Then from 1996 being the first country to attract mobile partnership labs with its poorest village mothers who previously had been subject to the least communications structures of any 30 million group of people In origin BRAC was a bottom up disaster relief organisation (a local cyclone hit killing half a million people and BRAC pulled together the only local infrastructure left standing becoming essential to international relief agencies), With that immediate workd done sir fazle abed (who had until the cyclone worked as manager of national office of shell oil) determined to make poverty alleviation his life's work. His first move scaled through every village was to plant a community health worker who made a living from basic advice and eg retailing analgesics. Then as this video shows in 1979 The Year of the Child Brac asked what could it most relevantly do- and decided on scaling oral rehydration through every village. Earning trust of village mothers as being their first point of contact on maternal and infant health was what built the community goodwill of everything that brac and then grameen developed in those pre-digital days. Bangladeshi microcredit's movement is misunderstood in at least 2 ways. First it would never have grown without the prior health networking trust. Second like the health workers it was based on microfranchises - ie the lowest cost training village moters needed to secure a livelihood which brand and then grameen has assured by redesigning value chains so that markets were designed around how the poorest could serve each other and so be pivotal to village regeneration. In a wider sense as we will see both from pre and post-digital partnership studies in job creating economics , microfranchisng's redesign of a value chain turns out to be the main ways to bring back jobs to any place where youth and especially young women have no livelihood opportunities. For all tese reasons we vote for BRAC as one of the 10 most valuable curricula content designer of open elearning channels such as yazmi's 5 billion person elearning satellite
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Oral Rehydration
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 Oral Rehydration. In humid poor countries, one out of 5 infants die  from extreme diarrhea unless mothers know about oral rehydration- mixing boiled water, sugar and salts in the correct proportion. The mother who applies this cure in time save lives. OR is a life-saving cure with virtually no cost to serve but requiring knowhow networking of 100% of village mothers
Para-health servants - BRAC's first scaled village network.  
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Infant Nutrition
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The Economist's most cheerful chart in world
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Crop Sci: Borlaug
Nippon Inst BRAC
 Infant nutrition, the sustainable economist's other passion from birth. Medical experts know that the nutrition an infant gets during the first 1000 days determines not only health prospects of the being but physical brain development. Yunus solution- vegetable garden (especially carrots) linked into each 60 women's banking centre. Infant nutrition first non-financial Social Business in 1980 and first global sb partnership 2005
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Mobilising Global Healthcare - Opportunity & Risk
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In 1984 The Economist surveyed would global healthcare get 3 times more costly and bust many nation's next generations, or 3 times less costly. 1996 becomes crossroads when Yunus is first to bring mobile phones to villages and identify mobile medical as most economical app. We'll continue review of 20th C pre-digital health innovations before guide to millennials digital empowered medical opportunities
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Grassroots healthcare network programs started pre-digital
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 bottom-up programs for healthcare-start with brac 20th C catalogue
http://health.brac.net/ : Essential HealthCare; Maternal, Neonatal and Child Healthcare, Alive & Thrive - nutrition, Tuberculosis control program,  Malaria Control Program; // case yunus's tens of thousands of womens centres weekly identification with 16 decision culture
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Aravind
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Also see BOP evolution to Paul Polak;s top 20 bottom up multinationals
Best in class example of fully worked through microfranchise- end needless blindness with 10 times more productive cataract surgery format. Life work of indian eye surgeon and connection of larry brilliant expert networks. Most durable of medical bottom-of-pyramid models spotted by CK Prahlad
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Ending plagues
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See also africafree satellite -samara motivated by infonets to minimise spread of hiv
Larry Brilliant is medic who tracked last case of small pox in pre-digital era. Since then he was first ceo of google.org and now brings his disaster prevention network designs to skoll foundation - key system ILAB (eg Cambodia)
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Grand Orchestra Xmas

Commemorated launch of Poland's freedom with annual nation-wide funder to modernise childrens health programs in hospital. Xmas fundraising twinned with summer open air concert maximising Polish youth celebration of health service capabilities. Poland's number 1 social entrepreneur model - award at 2013 Nobel Peace laureate summit Warsaw
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HIV new drug R&D
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The value chain case Jim Kim recommends  #2030nowmilelans study first - uneconomical markets usually have at least 5 conflict blocks as this case shows. Moving into post-digital area - this case is benchmark of millennials for economic solutions to chronic diseases -YP Chronic Harvard. Need to change pharma industry to R&D rewards not IP lawyers
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Nearly Free Nursing College
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KhanAc
PIH haiti
Ultimate real and digital-age convergent challenge if millennials are to bend the curve on ever increasing cost of healthcare
 109 ommunity free healthcheck days W4E Benchmarks Maryland's Women4Empowerment model - about twice a year, a mall of doctors office is staffed by diaspora doctors and friends form john hopkins- over 3000 families come for free healthchecks


MA1 AliBaba TaoBao
Ma 10.3 IHUB/Usha Kenya DT
Ma 10.4 Kenya nanocredit
Ma 10.5 MIT top ten mobile app labs of open tech
Ma 10.6 berners lee www
KMAS1 Kimchoices KMAS1.1 Ki-Moon KMAS1.2 Sun F Yang Lan
W4E1 telecentres for girls jobs
W4E2 womens nanocredit
to Empower 1 Billion Womens Jobs  New Jobs
WE1 100 million nursing jobs
WE2 100 million jobs resulting from first time electricity and green
WE3 100 million jobs from bottom up multinational designs
WE4 100 million open education jobs
WE5 100 million asian jobs markets-makers jobs
WE6 100 million other hemisphere jobs market-makers jobs
WE7 100 million peace and jobs turning disaster into development
WE8 100 million telecentre and dig-banking community jobs  
Jobs worth living with
WE9 100 million fashion jobs and twined superstar jobs

WE10 100 million other jobs made safe and livable with for first time

AFM00 Samara and AfricaStar and Yazmi
AFM10 IHUB/Ushahidi
AFM11 MIT Media Lab Africa
AFM12 MIT D-lab and Abdul Latif with Toyota
AFM121 Polak last mile multinationals africa –eg green energy and clean water distrib
AFM13 Ibrahim Foundation
AFM14 Africa24tv
TB1 Free University and Jobs Schools
TB11 Open Learning Campus Africa
AFM15 Young Africa Society –world bank ypa milennials’ goals 2.1
AFM2 Jamii Bora –end slums youth banking and partner labs
TB20 Primary financial literacy curriculum – eg Afaatoun out of Orphanages
AFM21 Bridges primary schools
TB21 Love of self- empowerment curriculum – eg Maharishi (TB1)
TB22 Coding curricula from primary up
AFM31 Kiva Africa
AFM32 Acumen
AFM33 BRAC African Girl Jobs-creating banking
AFM34 Eagri-Africa
AFM35 African health millennials www –and PIH Rwanda, Free Nursing College Africa
AFM36 Mara Foundation
AFM4 MPESA/Safari
AFM5 Nanocredit
AFM6 USADBC - diaspora association benchmarking african food security value chains
AFM61 –diaspora multi-country celebrations eg AfricaTip (AgeTip)
AFM611 NEPAD
AFM612 Makerfaireafrica
BOM1 berners lee
BOM2 mit every students an entrepreneur
BOM21 MIT100k
BOM3 mit media lab -open source wizard entrepreneurs and new commons
BOM30 Negroponte $100 Laptop
BOM31 Joi Ito
BOM32 reclaim our learning
BOM4 MIT open education movement
BIM41 OLA
BOM5 Legatum
BO51 Legatum millennials and fans
BOM52 networks of cashless banking technolgists
BOM53 innovations journal
BOM6 partners in health/brigham womens hospital
BOM61 value chain networks club inspired by pih and world bank millenials
BOM62 ypchronic
BOM63 GFH
BOM64 Haiti training hospital - connector of neraly free nursing college
BOSF1 Kiva and puddle
BOSF2 Khan Academy

Saturday, April 26, 2014

 Unacknowledged Giant - The Economist obituary  2010

Norman macrae's family thanks everyone involved in co-hosting 6 remembrance events - next tokyo 28 May 2014; past Glasgow Adam Smith Scholars; Japan Ambassador in Dhaka; South Africa's Free education curricula of entrepreneurship; The Economist Boardroom; Glasgow Birthday wishes of Dr Muhammad Yunus 7th decade reciprocating Dr Yunus' kind role as chief guest as 85th and last public birthday party of Norman Macrae at Royal Automobile Club Saint James London 2008 -please mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or phone washington dc 1 301 881 1655 -if you have an idea for a party that would celebrate addition to open education curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution or to access resources compiled over last 7 years of 10000 Young Professionals research

Sunday, February 2, 2014


Washington DC - cursed to be number 1 youth destruction capital of the world or blessed
Chris Macrae
Thank you to Tebabu of http://www.blessedcoffee.us/ In 20 years in Washington Dc I have never heard of an entrepreneurial revolution as hopeful as blessed coffee. Fantastic you could help launch DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and University of Dc's 2nd annual celebration of what only youth entrepreneurs can network

Help us list other blessed identities: eg Out of Slavery the book every youth linking a future to celebrate should read by Booker T Washington

Friday, November 8, 2013

My BHAG 1 2 - over the next 2 years to make a collaboration movement unstoppable- it twins capitals cities with a future in youth jobs creating summits until the whole movement has more voice and value than the olympics

Some of our partners in this first predicted this would be the seminal Net Generation challenge of the 2010s in 1972 - so developing their curriculum on a platform similar to khan academy's is Our "action goal" which will help youth mediate our impact goal

Note from the past- dec 2006 comment on whether microcreditsummit was at crossroads
The phrase BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goal was proposed by James Collins and Jerry Porras in their 1996 article entitled Building Your Company’s Vision. A BHAG (Bee-HAG) is a form of vision statement “…an audacious 10-to-30-year goal to progress towards an envisioned future.”
“A true BHAG is clear and compelling, serves as unifying focal point of effort, and acts as a clear catalyst for team spirit. It has a clear finish line, so the organization can know when it has achieved the goal; people like to shoot for finish lines.” (Collins and Porras, 1996).  Collins and Porras also used this concept in their book Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies.
In the Microcredit Summit report, Harvard Professor Jim Kim, a major figure in international health and co-founder of Partners in Health with Dr. Paul Farmer, described how the late-Dr. Jong-wook Lee, past Director General of the World Health Organization, adopted the “3 by5″ campaign in 2004, a campaign to provide three million people living with HIV/AIDS with life-prolonging antivetroviral treatment by the end of 2005.
Everyone counseled Dr. Lee against adopting such an audacious goal out of fear of failure.  But Dr. Lee committed himself and the World Health Organization anyway.  When Dr. Lee was asked, “What will you say if you don’t achieve the goal?” he would answer, “Blame me.”  Dr. Lee and the World Health Organization promoted the goal relentlessly and measured progress every six months.    Even though the goal wasn’t reached, their efforts resulted in a commitment to universal access to antiretroviral treatment by 2010 by leaders at the 2005 G-8 Summit in Gleneagles, Scotland.
Bold goals are not for the faint of heart.  Expect many to respond that while it’s good to be ambitious, a particular goal might be unreachable or possibly unstrategic.  However, as Grameen Foundation President Alex Counts reminds us, “There were similar arguments made in 1996 that setting a goal of reaching 100 million of the world’s poorest families with microcredit was unrealistic and/or poor strategy, since progress was unlikely to be that fast and the tools to measure progress unreliable or too expensive to be practical across thousands of institutions.  Those fears have proved to be unfounded in the case of the 100 million goal–indeed, the goal catalyzed accelerated progress and innovation…”
Measuring Progress
A vision without a task is but a dream.  A task without a vision is drudgery.  A vision with a task is the hope of the world.
- from a church in Sussex England
Setting bold goals without making a credible effort to measure progress is, at best, a meaningless gesture.  But there are other advantages to goal setting and measurement, not the least of which is bringing obstacles into clear view.
Removing Barriers
Another key to a good strategy is to identify the Key Success Factors.  Look at each of these and determine which of these areas are being insufficiently addressed and require breakthrough thinking and action to bring your vision to fruition.  Then identify initiatives, set goals, and measure progress.  The important benefit of making metrics very visible is that it keeps everyone focused on the critical few things that need to be done well.  Human nature tends to pull us towards the trivial many things that we like doing, or that we are good at, or that give us a sense of accomplishment but are not essential to moving us closer to achieving our goals.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Will peoples ever be free to design the future?

YOUTH SUSTAINABLITY CAPITALISM  - read the story of how Entrepreneurial revolution started up in The Economist as a 1972 debate on how to free the net generation from the risks of economists designing unsustainable systems

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The first of a series of MOOC assocaited with George Soros economics rethinktank www.ineteconomics.org

Our informal skype alumn group aims to worldwide meet on saturdays 5pm greenwich mean time. What agenda should we be spending our time oin. Here' my vote

Hi
My understanding is that we are going to try a group Skype at 5pm greenwich mean time Saturday. I am not the main connector so I will assume he/she will reconfirm if this is the chosen time. I would like to ask whether those who group Skype ( at first or other times) could list at least 1 burning issue they wish to collaboratively resolve

Mine is a bit unusual. I believe millions of youth should be involved in debating - are the world's financial systems designed to sustain what future purposes most families, communities want?. George Soros who Mehrling networks with as educational director of www.ineteconomics.org recently said that economics is as bankrupt as the banks got to be in 2008. He has asked for complete rethinking of economics from ground/community up. So is there a difference between the money system as currently spun by fed and wall street and a "re-thought one"  More bluntly: is the purpose of banking designed to help each human being optimize a productive life or to trap most of us in debt? Is the FED owned by the people (and for future generations) or by big bankers who reward themselves for the more volatility/bubbles they spin?

I am concerned because my dad (Norman Macrae) spent the second half of his life from 1972 hosting "Entrepreneurial Revolution") debates in The Economists and elsewhere as to what short-term fixes economists made before and after each world war that would need changing before the world through telecomputer networks became more globally and locally connected. The transformation to economic mapping if net generations were to be sustainable. I don't think these changes have been made. And personally I would bet that open education is our last chance to ask whether we are designing future purposes of health , of food, of energy, of everything that hi-trust communities need to  develop above zero-sum trades through time not just extract from each past quarter

We seem to be ruled by a banking system for the 1% of biggest people who live global lives than the 99% of us whose families live in communities. When Adam smith conceptualized free markets in 1750s he specifically meant community markets where human relationships were visible enough that someone might fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of time. When banking markets are designed around too big to fall systems they are certainly not free and not entrepreneurially valuable the way Adam Smith -or my even greater Scottish hero James Wilson mediated. James' project is 170 years old today. This greatest pro-youth economics project began by throwing out of UK parliament of 1843 all big vested interest MPs. Its goal was to mediate economics to end hunger and end capital abuse of youth. It was James; son-in-law Walter Bagehot who continued that quest with his writings that included Lombard Street and what Queen Victoria needed to do to the English Constitution to end slave making empire trades and startup commonwealth. What would James and Walter make of Wall Street's biggest banks. Are they economical or non-economical when assessed by the hi-trust definitions Adam first mapped?

Which economist alive or dead do you trust most? President (of inet) Rob Johnson explains how different the value of Keynes was http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVCJerN6QJM very different than any economic guru who preside over your tv news ...

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

To Friends of Egypt and other Countries Who are Losing Generations of Youth

I am inviting people around the world to clear up what was actually in my father;s curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution - in The Economist from 1972

People can start with maximum 9 minute audio transcripts on what they like about ER and the correct ones can be open sourced. Somehow this movement will need to cross-cross withwww.ineteconomics.org the only other movement open sourcing pro-youth economics. Its forst MOOC starts on 1 september which sets the speed at which we need to colaborate

I think the problems of a place like Egypt are too urgently big not to be involved in Massive Open Online Curriculum - are any of the people yupu have been talking to likely to get this? If so how about a joint pitch

Of course where I say Egypt I could choose varying other nations - the day I asked Yunus to join in this from Bangladesh's viewpoint he was under a lot of pressure - so he appeared to say no though I continue to recheck this - meanwhile Sir Fazle is reading a proposal on why MOOC change the world but not specifically on the ER curriculum yet

chris macrae dc 301 881 1655


Who's curriculum is applying Entrepreneurial Revolution the way Norman Macrae scripted - in The Economist (est 1972)

True Entrepreneurial Curriculum come from the French word coined just over 200 years ago concerned with which places would lift their peoples productive lot up from the dirt. As little as 200 years ago all peoples lived in the dirt apart from Kings, their land barons and ruling professions/priests. For more source, see transcript of John Mackey conscious capitalism conference 2013. mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013short.doc mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013short.doc, 30 KB
 
As a mathematician it does matter to me that when a systems curricula is published openly, its do's and dont's are respected - at least by the people who claim to be helping share its knowhow, so  Norman Macrae Foundation is hosting youth competitions - 5 minute videos or transcripts on what you most want to apply through conscious capitalism or Entrepreneurial Revolution

we'd also enjoy youth massively re-editing our blog http://entrepreneurialrevolution.blogspot.com/