welcome to the only web where under 30s research markets and futures from their viewpoint of its sustainability - eg the future of the fashion sector or of sporting superstars (whatever else not for profits fifa and olympics committee have been up to recently their brand leaders hardly seems to have cared about what fair play of sports as a global business),

or how say under 30s on the future of how your nation promotes trade with china

currently we offer free book clubs on top 20 books of designing creative children world; related events diary, and 2 partner searches: economistuniversity.com and publishers of world record book of job creation the most valuable question in your lifetime
.This blog will invite as many of the youth connectors as we can to join in. To start with you can contact CEO of Yunus Creative Lab Muhammad Bhuiyan at or Chris Macrae (chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk ) of this blog and family leader of Foundation Norman Macrae,The Economist's pro-youth economist..
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Thursday, October 8, 2015

october is for studying world bank POP -preferential Option Poor

Once every 3 years , the world bank starts its year off with meetings outside of dc- to celebrate the country whose ideology kim has celebrated since 1987 earlier, world bank meeting come to Lima Peru October, about 10 days after world number 1 guardian of POP - POPE Francis gives masterclass at DC congress, white house and ny's UN nations

-see major information search at www.economistdiary.com and help build POP curricula of why not millennials most educated connected collaborative professionals to have graced this earth at http://kimuniversity.com 

i you live in dc/md region and want to join hunt for one college principal who doesnt want to screw this and related POP curricula please phone chris macrae mobile 240 316 8157 for list of partners in this volunteer movement

Friday, August 14, 2015

august for studying athgo clubs

Athgothon 2015

August 12-14, 2015 at the World Bank HQ, Washington DC

Speakers

Speakers and Mentors

Here is the list of the speakers we have already confirmed. Stay tuned – it is still growing!
Edward Bergman

Edward Bergman

Co-founder & President, MCW Global
Vanu Bose

Vanu Bose

CEO, Vanu Inc.
Kathy Calvin

Kathy Calvin

President and CEO, UN Foundation
Toby Corey

Toby Corey

Co-Founder & CEO, Tuul
Matt Davis

Matt Davis

Co-Founder, IgnitedSpaces
Brigitte Gosselink

Brigitte Gosselink

Principal, Google.org
Giuseppe Gramigna

Giuseppe Gramigna

Chief Economist, Small Business Administration
Caroline Howard

Caroline Howard

Senior Online Editor, Forbes
Zoltan Istvan

Zoltan Istvan

Futurist, Transhumanist Party
Reese Jones

Reese Jones

Associate Founder, Singularity University
Aniela Kuzon

Aniela Kuzon

Business Development Manager, NextEnergy
Benjamin Levy

Benjamin Levy

Partner, BootStrapLabs
Jamie McCourt

Jamie McCourt

Principal, Jamie Enterprises
Jamie Metzl

Jamie Metzl

Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Jean Philbert Nsengimana

Jean Philbert Nsengimana

Minister of ICT and Youth, Rwanda
Scott Olster

Scott Olster

Senior Editor, Fortune.com
Armen Orujyan, PhD

Armen Orujyan, PhD

Founder and Chairman, Athgo
Adam Procell

Adam Procell

CEO, Lime Energy
Frank Quintero

Frank Quintero

Principal, Yucaipa Companies
Sridhar Rao

Sridhar Rao

Entrepreneur in Residence, Samsung Accelerator
Eros Rosemini

Eros Rosemini

Partner, 9+Incubator
Jonathan Shieber

Jonathan Shieber

Senior Editor, TechCrunch
Angelica Silvero

Angelica Silvero

Head, Speakers Bureau, World Bank
Leonard Yip

Leonard Yip

SVP and Chief Information Officer, Panda Restaurant Group
Sangwon Yoon

Sangwon Yoon

Diplomatic Correspondent, 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

june is for studying child olympiads on ,all dc

This 20 year process www.icaf.org has 4 year cycle climaxing on mall DC for 5 days starting 30 june 2015
celebratng creative ehildren and teachers from 100 countries

almost a generation has grown up graduating from nation winning 8 year old painters, to star teens dancers and cultural arts champions to star interns and back in their country millennials global youth leadership networks

MAP: there is no network of networks like this for a full court press by grade nations from all hemispheres

experts flying in for june 30th special colaboration dialogues include friends from japan , china ... and you tell us isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

Saturday, May 30, 2015

May is -can sino africa and sino-americas global leaders metworks help end youth unmployment

during the 5th child art olympiads at dc mall june 30-july 4 we will be building relationships with chinese who want to see long term direct youht dialogues with china and any continent or nation or capital with a future
africa diary 2015
-see some aspects of sin--africa youth jobs analysis here
     americas diary we welcome support in anyalsing which infrastructure projects from china president may visit to brazil peru chile can support future jobs of youth (eg trans coast railway between brazil and peru sounds great) ; csis brazil meeting gave some flavor to brazil presidents visit june 30
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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

7 years ago , one of the last creative children's projects sponsored by The Economist Norman Macrae freely sampled youth and their community leaders 2000 copies of muhammad yunus book on social business, 10000 dvds and about 15000 copies of journal of social business - if you use any of these and would like to be put in touch with debriefings from other users, please contact chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655

 book clubs we advise those reponsible for creative youth to study 2015-2018

Gutierrez - Theology of Liberation - we know of no book with more impact on development of southern countries and peoples since world war 2 and end of colonisation or other market strutcures designed around the biggest- every 3 years the world bank chooses location of its start of year meetings in october - 2015 sees world bank come to Peru the home country of Gutierrez- this happens within weeks of Pope Francis's debriefing of US Congress on how 21st C public servants can end inequality the paul farmer reader -

 Nobody POPs health like Paul Farmer -and with worlds top medical students being inspired to POP health,  see the paul farmer reader


where would any of us be Freedom from Want - a bit out of date but still the best book on the most purpose sustaining netwoprk in the world BRAC

 Biography of Von Neumann (transprency note written by dad norman macrae)
 1984's 2025 report on wustaing net generation - tanspatrency note written by faher and I

Saturday, November 30, 2013

how to destroy what youth needed mst from nobe peace summis 2014,2015

sadly 2014 s.africa nobel summit in celebration of want could be learnt from mandela was cancelled - row between dalai lama china and s.africa... 2015 atlanta summit lost its way with agents of Nobel Laureates  Dr Muhammad Yunus  finding it impossible to mediate all the vested interests of what had started at a 50th celebration of martin luther king's nobel prize asking how do we make atlanta the favorite pro-youth capital to link into -as at june 2015 we are arranging interveiws with key people in atlanta to see what can rise from the ashes

INVITATION TO TWIN CAPITALS OF MILLION JOBS CO-CREATION WITH YOUTH
Atlanta 22 Nov 2013 launches a new Yunus 501 Foundation. It aims to connect twin capitals of million jobs co-creation
Atlanta's plan is led by Ted Turner family, Jimmy Carter family. the mayor's network (preparing in 2015 youth summit to be biggest event since olympics) and 10 Nobel laureates whom Yunus has talked into developing their own youth action networks with

Processes used will include uniting youth summits, entrepreneur competitions linking the most collaborative ad social apps that university towns students come up with and wish to replicate, crowdfunding , celebrating open tech networks, benchmarking ceos whose brand leadership has a transparent sustainable purpose
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.This blog will invite as many of the youth connectors as we can to join in. To start with you can contact CEO of Yunus Creative Lab Muhammad Bhuiyan at or Chris Macrae (chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk ) of this blog and family leader of Foundation Norman Macrae,The Economist's pro-youth economist..
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Thursday, November 28, 2013

linkSfH1 SingforHope  (aka Artists Peace Corps) model is the key to the door converging all youth millennium goal success models - understanding this is necessary to make pitches to ceo brand leaders and ad agencies. It would also be jolly useful for youth if sometime in the next 2 years Atlanta host committee sharon stone, monica's sing for hope and naila chowdhury ::: http://www.women4empowerment.org/  http://www.fashion4development.com/ circles all sing from same hymnsheet
 University of star models (leading case SINGforHOPE) map how locally to connect triple-wins between 3 value exchanges: worldwide youth, budding superstars, and superstars. For example, are all three celebrating progress towards the same heroic goals of millennium 3? Can budding superstars help mediate a world which goes way beyond greenwashing to sustaining the most purposeful networks that  inter-generational impact of 7 billion humans has ever served? Will we be in time to mediate human rights & planetary sustainability beyond the industrial age's scarcity economics and warmongering governments?

About University of Stars normanmacrae.ning.com

...................Youth processes Craziest moment in development of Uni of Stars White Paper for conference of 1000 Gandhians - Global Reconciliation Network Delhi December 2004 the week before the asian tsunami hit.........

guest tour - who is naila chowdhury? - one of the first trainers with dr yunus of mobiles used br grameen village mothers since 1996; who leads sing for hope? monica yunus? who else helps millions of youth celebrate you hear me now Johannesburg leads twin-capital race towards million jobs co-creation with youth



Our blog on experts who refuse to believe that media needs to propagate bad news discusses who were the earliest bottom-up billanthropists including:

  • Ted Turner who spent hist 75th birthday helping launch Atlanta's bid to become a twin capital of million job creation; 
  • George Soros who started philanthropy in South Africa in the late 1970s, and by 1996 was helping Muhammad Yunus innovate the first mobile phone company designed to end digital divides between poorest women villagers and the rest of the planet