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Join us in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., on March 15-17, 2016, for another great microfinance conference!

"Poor people didn’t create poverty. It's the system that created the poverty. And, if we want to end poverty, we have to change the system." 
-- Professor Muhammad Yunus 


Join microfinance and social business pioneer, Muhammad Yunus, at the 18th Microcredit Summit! In addition to the famous Nobel laureate (and newly named UN SDG Advocate),Queen Sofia of Spain and Prince Talal of Saudi Arabia, long-time advocates for women's empowerment and microcredit, and H.E. Hussain J. Al Nowais, chairman of the Khalifa Fund, will also join us in Abu Dhabi. 

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The Microcredit Summit Campaign, in partnership with the Arab Gulf Programme for Development (AGFUND), invites you to the 18th Microcredit Summit in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., on March 15-17, 2016 at the Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.
The Summit agenda will engage delegates in a thoughtful discussion around effective ways to reach the most vulnerable and marginalized and the microfinance services and financial inclusion strategies that promote inclusive, sustainable economic growth and social empowerment that helps improve their lives. View the agenda here.
The 18th Microcredit Summit will be an opportunity for a wide range of stakeholders to promote best practices and engage in a thoughtful discussion around the challenges and opportunities in using microfinance as tool that can help us contribute to ending extreme poverty. This Summit will serve as a platform for innovations that use microfinance and other financial services and products as tools that facilitate movement out of poverty. Download the Summit overview package. see fr more n cnnecting yuths greatest decade uniting yuth f yuny frnacis cnfucius mandela and why nt yur histry's cmmunally mst trusted jbs leaders
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eyesyunus.JPGwe could try to map 10000 of youth networks yunus would be happiest to be an alumni of- nomination 1 this social pop group raised million dollars with song hear me now mobile women4empowerment in run up to nobel prize investiture launching first youth created global social business replicating aravind model of ending needless blindness- if you have a nomination 2 to 10000 lease put it in the space below -thanks milla and marlow for such amazing grace
Late 2007 the last end-poverty economist to 'edit" a global newspaper started his last project age 84 several waves of 10000 millennials (half of world are under...
YUNUS10000.COM last call Atlanta Nov 2015 Late 2007 the last end-poverty economist to 'edit" a global newspaper started his last project age 84 several waves of 10000 millennials (half of world are under 30) surveys of what they most wanted to social action learn with yunus- we sampled 10000 fvds - videos at this web; 10000 journals of social business- and 2000 copies of yunsu social busienss book including its chapter on how any stident union could start a social action club - up to nov 2015 you still have time to find your way  to Atlmta which aims to twin over 30 youth capoitakls with a future in belief that youth jobs summits are more valaubale to co-host than the olypics- whether the atlanta based coca-cola (main commercial sponsor of 20th C Olympics) agrees will be part of the exploration

my family is neither ppor nor rich but scottiosh worldwide networkers who be;eove that if we use the internet to end poverty by 2030 the human race can be sustainable and thise living between 20015-2030 especially milennials will have collaborated in the graeest race of all - skype chrismacrae dc email  (mobile usa 240 316 8157  ) bon courage to all people of goodwill especially women who empower all childrens futures 

..................................................................................................................................................................................................44th year of survey started by end-poverty Keynsians 1972- caveats #2015now map of whose knowhow networks Sustainability Millennials (SM) can trust most



  • 10 Farmer (Boston-Haiti open health partbership at 30)
  • 9 Kim (Koreans view of peace and health generates pro-youth economies not vice versa)
  • 8 Abed (Bangladesh barefoot networks at 45) 


Faith-PeaceM (largest outreach)


  • - recently deceased Mandela
  • 7 Current Pope Francis


PlaceM intergeneration & borderless Leaders

6 Soros and Gorbachev 

5 Friends of Abdul Latif (including Japan) or Legatum (including MIT) 

Open Media

4 Berners Lee and Jack Ma

3 Kenya First Ladies twinned with Bangladesh poorest mobile mothers

2,1 still searching for #2015now  

 is free nursing college best chance we the peoples have to leapfrog over greenwashing 10000 women    

 join  our friends at and open learning campus

how could we start up a b-corp association of young professionals/diasporas from the 3 A's africa, america, asia as a bcorp that verifies for example what content khan academy puts up on types of investors needed to create jobs in both regions and markets whose purposes need changing if we are to live up to jim kim's invitation to millennials ; is there anyone in maryland government who gets this?

also i would like someone from IFC to explain compatibility of what kim invites millenials to do with their recent partnership with the 10000 women  movement of goldman sachs

related links - Did Young africans launch most entrepreneurial summit ever? Why not launch a Young Continent Society for every continent on October 7
wb live update Youth Summit 2014_Concept Note (External).pdf Youth Summit 2014_Concept Note (External).pdf, 327 KB rsvp if you find next update on world bank youth summit - date 7 october- this update 9 july 2014
Open Learning Campus launched by world bank aug 2014- missing curricula rehearsals 1 RISK summer 2014; climate spring2014

chris  washington dc 301 881 1655 

 "The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past." Tim Berners Lee 
-exercise what's best mooc generated resources to date : our favorite from mooc change the world 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc

What could Job-Creating Education Value Chain Be? This was debated as net generation's 64 trillion dollar question in The Economist 1984 

Update2015 help welcomed at -  world record book of job creators  Valuing Open Learning and Future Economy beyond nations- celebrating 7 Billion Livelihoods of borderless planet 




30 years on -why free nursing college may be collaboration laepfrogging greatest case of all - returning accessible economical healthcare to all


 Back in 1984 my father quizzed readers of The Economist - not only how can we make healthcare 8 times less mostly, but what will happen to the fiirt net generation if this biggest market continues getting exponentially more expensive? nNations' banks would fail if next generations are left to bailout debt caused by too costly bills and pensions of elders (and their ever increasing percentage of western populations) 

So yes we are biassed but we are sarching for every clue on who wishes to join in mapping THE NEARLY FREE NURSING COLLEGE

My hobby is open learning networks though that started out as my job in 1973!; my professional competence is as a statistician of World Record Book of Job Creators and cataloguing millennial groups especially medical ones such as ypchronic- 

Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network: YP-CDN -A global movement for action against the injustice of non-communicable diseases

Back in 2008, my father's foundation  helped sponsor a scottish dialogue around muhammad yunus- a consequence of which is nearly free nursing collegs- we believe that can create 100 million jobs as well as make basic health services and telemedicine etc affordable- the person in glasgow who first conceived this idea is zasheem ahmed- and if scotland goes independent in Fall 2014 we will mobilise every connection we can to make this a major open source export of scotland

there are several // worldwide girl impact pathways towards Uniting Free Nursing Colleges which I try to map and update and always welcome more info

1 scotand started  on this because our colleges train probably majority of nhs nurses born in uk; and if a scottish bbc emerges well you can see how the royal family supported nurses at the opening of the uk olympics!
1a muhammad yunus made a quick start at a nearly free  nursing college but he has got swamped in local politics -this is a pity because his number 1 tech partnber intel had wanted to help with emedicine

2 free medical training/peer to peer education has become khan academy's number 2 practice focus after maths

I have several close friends in bangladesh around sir fazle abed of BRAC - he wants to find the right way to get involved; I was lucky enough to attend 20th open society awards of sir fazle by george soros in 2012 where I got the privilege to chat to paul farmer and find out about his training hospital in haiti- he said open sourcing their knowhow would be a next step

3 in washington dc womens technologists like naila chowdhury of also stage a free healthcheck day for about 3000 poorest families; the founder of dc's globalfund carrie rich also come from a carreer in community health ; naila's partnerships with nanocredit may become one of the most life critical networks connecting hispanic womens across the americas if suitable partnerships come together; while bangladesh microcredit always had womens health networking as its core, previously hispanic microcredit networks seem to have largely missed that opportunity

3a because I live in washington dc, I chat about these sorts of subjects as often as I can with world bank young professional associates- while I have never met jim kim I assume that he would not be against the free nursing college idea; I have a meeting with some of the managers of the world bank's new open elearning campus at end of next week where I will try to find out what there view is on nursing content- also our ethiopian diaspora as biggest african one in DC owns the africa's elearning sattelite service - since this was motivated over 20 years ago as way to share life critical info to minimise eg aids, I assume freeing as much health learning as possible will be prime time

I am in touch with 2 absolutely brilliant medical postgraduates from japan -part of the university of tokyo global leadership class of medical millennials who can change the world -one will soon be on internship in toronto as she couldnt find appropriate internship in boston ; the other is already in geneva; if you know of anyone they shlould be introduced to pelase say
 new york with 48 hours of meetings 22 and 23 september - if you or associates are going to be there please say, and I can try and match connection 

In 2007 my family had the idea that the most fun way to continue my father's pro-youth economics and futures for the net generation in time to

celebrate 175th anniverary in 2018 of The Economis being foudned to end hunger would be to linkin 10000 youth who most wanted to be disciples of muhaamad yunus


online library of norman macrae--

- we tried dvds (10000), sampling 2000 copies of his social buisness book, over 12000 print issues of journal of social business but have failed to date: of course that may simply be my fault (here to learn) but we also found that universities in the same city didnt want their students to collaborate around yunus and leaders summits around millennial goals did not want to educate youth in how to replicate yunus microfranchises. So we have decided to review opportunities in the open learning space:

URGENT COLLABORATION QUESTIONS: who will use coursera partnerships to viralise the greatest job creating farncgises; will khan academy style join in?how about those who own the satellites or the mobile?

Equally while yunus in 1996 started partnerships in digita-a-billion solutions to end poverty - he is not always tpdays leading connector (yes in energy, no in bank-a-billion, jury is out on education, no indesigning internet markets - see eg Jack Ma). So Scotland which being a Macrae has been a main partner in most of our family's attempts to linkin 10000 youth and yunus makes it timely to issue this discussion paper. 

 Ideology needed for youth to create jobs with yunus.doc Ideology needed for youth to create jobs with yunus.doc, 51 KB

Questions most welcome? washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc    and



 Help wanted: if the solutions Grameen Bank searched out were a curriculum - what would the chapter headings be?

It seems to me that now we have access to massive open technology we didnt have in 1997 when microcreditsummit began, this is a core question that converges those at The Economist, BBC and elsewhere interested in ending phony economics by racing towards poverty museums - and investing in youth co-producing millennium goals through mlti-win models and replicable community franchises

Because i first worked on what societies in east wanted most in 1982 (in Indonesia same time Obama's mum was working there), I have some reasoning for suggesting the following as the first week's cuurriculum but if you have a vastly diferent need from a first week's curriculum it would help to know this before discussions with japanese investors and founders of poverty museum race futures in dhaka in march

The Grameen Bank Curriculum


1.1 What Do Parents (and pro-youth economists) learn from Grameen Bank Bangladesh

The number 1 youth development banking franchise in the East's post-empire but pre-www world

One of a cluster of empowering system solutions needed to save lives in the globe's poorest villages (cf schumacher). Integral service solutions needed included:

disaster-relief and family safety/peace


peer to peer health knowhow

literacy knowhow

local market structure for poorest to generate income

1.2 To evaluate direct replicability of Grameen Bank cultural/context bottom-up communal empathy includes:

Meaning of city and village post-empire in eastern hemisphere

What conflicts and broken system histories compounded villages incapable of growing healtthy children.

Linkin a local and worldwide desire to end exploitation of underclasses (see eg thesis of Manmohan Singh Cambridge 1950s).

What practice histories of human race knows about mediating connections of the inter-generational goals of ending hunger and ending poverty


Yunus' most extraordinary leadership achievement was to inspire thousands of professionals to go and live and provide life-shaping services to young mothers in villages that started 4th quarter of 20th century with both the least infrastructure and the most over-population (lack of land rights)

Given 21st C human livelihood futures depend on being in a post-www world, what can millennium goal networks anticipate regarding what does and does not transfer from understanding the origin of Grameen Bank Franchise:

  • culturally,
  • communally,
  • exponentially sustainably
  • and economically

chrs macrae wash dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

Norman Macrae Foundation, The Economist's Pro-youth economist       related webs : millennials 1 2; women ; transforming Trillion$ markets 1 2 3 regional Africa China Japan Americas Europe Scotland UK France "Global Village" ; education is one of 20 web sites obeserving youth and yunus job creation and races to end poverty

maintained by journalist and open education friends of Norman Macrae family foundation. Normans last

public birthday party (85th) was with Yunus at London's RAC, Saint James; and Norman's ;last articles on

how Bangladesh had broken through the miracle of ending vallage poverty are in this pamphlet (front cover solar

girl power which we use at Norman Macrae Remembrance parties- the first of which was with Principal of Glasgow University

and Adam Smith Sccholars Glasgow 4 July 2010- an occasion to share Muhammad Yunus 70th birthday wishes

queries welcomed washington dc 301 881 1655- changing dismal media- the most joyful journalist assignment of all

 related webs : millennials 1 2; women ; transforming Trillion$ markets 1 2 3 regional Africa China Japan Americas Europe Scotland UK France "Global Village" ; education




Jim Kim's 2030now invitation to millennials 

We second World Bank Jim Kim's proposal that until 2030 the 2 massive collaboration networks to value most are:

  • The millions of village mothers (eg 15 million in Bangladesh) who showed how to network the race to end poverty
  • 25-35 year old professionals where they are the most connected, educated and caring class our human race has ever joyfully parented 

You Can Hear Me Now - : How Microloans and Cell Phones are Connecting the World's Poor to the Global Economy [Nicholas P. Sullivan]..

3:37 TheGreenChildren

Filmed entirely in rural villages of Bangladesh, this video features women borrowers


Are You Ready to Take It On? End Poverty by 2030  World Bank JIm KIM:

next social movement summit at world bank 




Bangladesh became the first 100 million plus developing country to demonstrate that when less than 1% of people have landline phones, the national economy leaps forward if mobile access becomes universal starting with the poorest.

Affordable Access means mediating both the sharing of life critical communications and open sourcing job creating apps/microfranchises that change market's value chains.



1996 Birth of Grameen Phone

20 years on

If you like the story of grameen phone 1996, you may like to play 2015's game of world greatest job creators

rule 1 discuss with your social network, votes for 10 greatest job creators. Try to choose 10 different roles that can collaboration entrepreneur more than the sum of their parts -eg dont just choose 10 greatest tech wizartds without choosing someone most trusted by communities facing life-sustaining problems

guideline 1 -if relevant, for any of your top 10 , map how their last 20 years of innovation overlaps with the goals of the dream of grameen phone linking in youth's millennium goals including job creation  - atlanta nov 2015 invites all future capitals' job creators to twin in debriefing this or other most exciting opportunities of being a millennial and celebrating #2030now

 Hubbing @ the most social network on the new millennium's planet?

Pre-1996, the only communications space that Grameen Bank's village mothers enjoyed was a small hut with a vegetable garden outside - one for every 60 village mothers. Out of a network that grew to over 100000 village hubs, Grameen mothers swapped produce and animated a village farmers market, shared knowhow especially on maternal and infant health and education geared to actioning the 16 promises they made to the community and their children every week as they transacted financial records of savings and loans. These spaces were the most deeply social ever designed because of the collaboration challenges women in villages faced due to absence of telecommunications, electricity, running water, sanitation, roads etc -and the gender issues they jointly faced.




By becoming income earners village mothers gained self-respect, they had a fair chance to take their own life beyond the poverty line, for sure they could break generations of illiteracy ensuring their children the opportunity of leapfrogging way beyond 20th c village poverty.


Until 1996 with no phones and a culture that locked women in to each village , the only way that Grameen's end poverty womens hubs could share solutions was through the weekly visit of the Grameen Bank staff. Can you start to imagine the freedom that was unleashed when  mobile phones came to the villages in 1996, thanks to funding from George Soros (G1) with technical  innovation from MIT media entrepreneurs and Norwegian telecoms. The whole design was amplified by Muhammad Yunus. His two-pronged approach

  • First linkin every community hub around one telephone lady -the most exciting microentrepreneurial franchise of 1996-2005 - see eg the green children'd hear me now
  • Second  to experiments with global village labs around technology partners. Imagine what impossibles become possible from marriages between those with the world's greatest technology and mothers facing the most life-critical innovation challenges. 


< font-size: 10px">In a flash the life resume of Muhammad Yunus changed from being just the banker for the rural maternal poor, to becoming additionally the digital dreamer for the open learning net generation. At the inauguiral world microcreditsummit in 1997, he was already linking in dozens of the most exciting concepts humans and especially youth had ever been free to voice. The collaboration entrepreneur search was on for microfranchise solutions to millennium goals - converged round poverty museums as the most exciting race humanity has ever united our species and nature around.

Don't you just love Economics and Communications (E&C)

 Reason why any parent should love E & C The hi-trust economist, Keynes, said that what futures… (see below)

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Reason why any parent should love E & C

The hi-trust economist, Keynes, said that what futures will be possible for your children and grandchildren depend above all else on system designs these two experts make. They are the designers of whether man's biggest organisational purposes are valued round goodwill, transparency and human sustainability. And their impacts have exponential consequences for better or for worse.

If economists had truly implemented Keynes knowledge- the 2010  nostrum of a system too big to fail would never have had currency -preventing such systems  as too big to exist would have been a hippocratic oath of any professional the public grants a monopoly to rule over us

Mathematically, this means that any analyst who quotes numbers to you isnt worth a future cent to millennials #2030now goals unless he also shows you how you sustain the exponential future consequence mapped around trillion dollar goodwill auditing that collaboration entrepreneurs value

SUSTAINABILITY'S 2 Endgames- Expoentially Up or Down : 2030, 2025, 2018, 2015

 Since 1950 the world has spent more and more on communications, and today's net generation is in the midst of a communications revolution which  makes history's innovations including the printing press and the steam engine look like minor blips in transforming human connectivity. What are the exponential opportunities and risks of this? Everyone concerned with humanity's future needs to urgently engage all their networks of friends in exploring this question-this is the only way that the peoples we can win-win from an increasing borderless and cross-cultural world in which the sustainability of everyone's community trust interfaces with everyone else's





7 wonders of Youth & Yunus 

how to make a job creating youth olympics the most popular twin city movement to host -more popular than any sporting world cup!

what will ending a world in which half of people are unbanked entail

how do we make the world's best job creating university free online always accessible to all

how would a nearly free nursing college be the catalyst to 8 times lower cost better quality health service for all

what does a place need to do to ensure it never loses a youth who could be a brilliant open source tech wizard of sort that ihub economies flourish around

what would a clean energy. water, food secure and zero waste curriculum look like from grade 3 up- and how to tune this with connectedness of human race and nature being a win-win around the 21st Century's global village planet

how can a place's most trusted leader of next generation goals organise monthly social business fund competitions for youth


25 years of work of my grandfather with Mahatma Gandhi forms this idea: OPEN Education and peaceful transformation beyond a failing nation go hand in hand

SO..........How did education today become the most misdirected investment in so many places around the world? Curiously, part of the answer seems to be that many of the western social entrepreneurs inspired by Gandhi did not value his main transformation idea. If you find your country being ruled by a regime which is increasing putting more and more of your people's livelihoods in jeopardy with laws that do not empower everyone's rights, start a completely new education system, Several of the best  job creating education systems in the world have been inspired by Gandhi

the 40000 village schools of BRAC in Bangladesh, which empowered 15 million vilage mothers at BRAC and Grameen to end generations of illiteracy on behalf of their chldren

Training teachers in Paulo Freire's revolutionary framing of how to action learn

city montessori at lucknow


and probably its no cultural accident that the greatest change to curriculum at university and schools is being celebrated in Mandela's S Africa- the second nation of Gandhi..........


khan academy and viralising 9 minute action learning competitions


how open space unleashes the greatest innovation talents from age 9 up


empowering a human to maximise time spent at experiential edge of own most unique competence


open learning campus and world record job creators game of MOOCwho


understand how MIT became the developed world's number 1 job creating alumni network


valuing fast replicating educational franchises such as kenya's bridges academy


researching why 10 million chinese families made the book of new zealand's a bestseller 




Purpose- to help young people mobilise the next billion jobs that couldn't even be defined until the net generation's million times more collaboration technology existed. we've seen moore's law's doubling of annual power of chip technology- its time to see doubling of empowerment of knowledge-sharing solutions to every communities most critical nees which have lots in common acriss a borderless world where faililies may wish is to see their next generation progress

Our search began in 1972 the first time The Economist's champion of Entrepreneurial Revolution networks saw a working internet - digitally connecting 500 students across 4 universities in North of England- references 1972 the next 40 years; 1976 entrepreneurial revolution - the need to change economics and every big 20th C organsiation typology if the net generation is to be sustainable and to co-produce the greatest new millennium goals; 1982 intrapreneurial now- we are all becoming service or brain co-workers - this led to the 1984 handbook for entrepreneurs who wanted to help the net generation be the most productive and sustainable time every community has ever experienced-and this map of focuses to connect 3 billion jobs round

jam.jpg green examples that mobile youth are helping to co-create

Y6 Mobilising Clean Energy & Ending Unsustainable Waste

kenya is linking mobile banking to financing solar energy installation - particularly to the third of the world that is on no electricity grid -since 1996 Bangladesh's grameen shakti has shown how the world's poorest communities are doubling deman for solar installations provided 1) these investments can be financed through small loans; that all the after-service work creates jobs in the communities; a co-founder of G Shakti has started - this uses mobile records to agregate each household conversion to solar to a large enough numbers for local networks to claim carbon offset credits on aggregated world markets- this principle of sharing global credits back at the micro level of change could be applied to any incentivisation of regaining sustainability locally in every way that is urgently needed now that it is seen that 20th century economics specialised in extracting from localitoes in ways that disnvested in all of our children's children.

Y5 Mobilising Food and Water Security

Way Better than Chairtable Fair Trade: Mobile technology is helping small scale farmers market high quality (eg organic) products which middle men previously reduced to lowest common denominator commodity prices  -for example by mixing e-cash and e-agricultural-exchnages in ways that are cooperatively owned by local farmers we can change any agricultural value chain where big players previously put the squeeze on the elss powerful every quarter. Bangladesh has a double-first movers advantage in sharung with the world how to do this. The real microcredits have since early 1980s changed value chains so that the poor (not the rich) owned the marketing channel and so how the value added was divided across the chain of job types that each agricultural value chain comprises- then in 1996 banagldesh became the first nation to connect rural villagers with mobile phones empowering bottom-up experiemental labs on how networking can value life's most critical APPS.

 NEXT BIG IDEA - can you help 100 historically black universities colaborate in building a 21st C Agriculture & Techology University in America's poorest county 

this could bring to usa real agricultural labs; it could open education resources worldwide on bottom-up sustainable agriculture and energy

it could unite  the energies of 12 years of student entrepreneur competitions 

countdown week 26- can washington dc 6 April 2-13 be in top league as a student jobs and millennium goal competition-collaboration city

 26 question with yunus  why dont some universities mortgage part of their assets and form investent funds in their youth? -more questions 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2

are we up for transforming economies round the future of each global market that people most want their children to inherit ; we have a million times more tech than when man raced to moon - why not make 2010s youths most productive decade all over the world

 When it comes to job creation and worldwide youth's millennium goals, the year 012-013 is the most critical ever. How do networks economically and passionately collaborate around transparent actionable project information? - this web will be massively revised to take into account the first wave of 3000 youth competitions- across usa convened by Dr Yunus between 27 september and 1 October -come back soon -or make a start on how your city's youth links in at  or

Yunus 10000 began in 2008 when Norman Macrae Foundation (1 2) gave away 10000 dvds to students- if you see a yunus collaboration entrepreneur story that you need to be in the collaborative middle of email with video number and brief personal background of why this matters most to you and your peer action networksGOOD NEWS 2-25

FAST AND BUILT TO LAST - at i try to update projects most trusted friends of our 3 billion jobs mission and youths most productive decade are working on incluing the 2 extremes:

the worldchanging projects that will take a decade to linkin'

the projects that most need actions in next 4 weeks

tech note: research for von neumann's biography showed that he believed one of the hardest chalenges of the knwoeldge networking economy would be how to keep up to date with top 50 projects any leader or passionate person might need to be co-working on in an age when the technology capabilities would change faster and faster but our human trust relationships would need to be built deeper and deeper (which always takes time before exponenetial investment impacts can be earned) Chartering is an open method practised since the early 1990s by journalists for humanity and those who may be collaborating in up to 50 productive projects. Such a network load's urgent attention may take over your diary in most unpredictable ways (and for whose instant access recall your performance multipliers (let alone eoples trust in you) will need simple but comprehensive living scripts and multi-win mapping models

collaboration spaces july to sept 2012  NY pop up pianos and superstars   cc
DOLLAR A DAY $1 would you survive? home .. forum  
we invite socially or business minded youth to join von neumann's above zero sum modeling club -johny became osbcenely interested in computers and above zero sum games - more on the what/why 
Neumann example consider 2 nations - mine wants to go green; our neighbour continues to profit from not making the investment in green; my nation loses jobs and sinks into poverty; until our neighbour nation take us over  

expert volunteers needed rsvp

EXP1 join our media experts who help superstars create jobs in communities- from an idea ayrton senna first inspired us to volunteer round in 1992..

EXP2 - stage a party celebrating any economist who dares to debate top people with the simplest rule of economics- a nation can't grow unless its capital markets can be trusted to use families' savings to invest in next generation's productivity

EXP3 - education institutes that are not run by people who want to help youth create jobs do not offer a sustainable future and completely miss the unique innovation connections of the net generation


join us at the dr muhammad yunus supporters club at facebook

help us journalise the net generation's most economic collaborations at ,, ...

welcome to a youth economics project of Family Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant






.we believe the 10000 youth who most action and share the yunus economics mindset can not only beat any wealth production of 10000 people hired at big banks but sustain the cross-cultural social depths of a net generation where every youth can be 10 times more productive than ever before  

explorations of youth and yunus:-


FORUM's slogan is impossible becomes possible when right people action time place  any capital city with a future is invited to host forum dialogues between those who have known yunus and bangladesh at 41 longest and those who may newly want to be collaboration entrepreneurs; in particular youth are invited to mediate the most exciting public-private sector partnership a capital can linkin to the race to poverty museums and capital stockmarkets that invest in the most exciting goals and purposes the net generation votes for





we aim to map the 10000 youth whose collaborations can create the most jobs - norman set a goal for 3 billion jobs - more details on youth10000 econmy project here 

our foundation stages remembrance parties of economists who believe in youth; who see it as impossible for a place to grow unless capital (ie family's intergenerational savings) is invested in next generation's productivity

keynes was concerned that as economics increasingly rules the netwrking world- a war would develop between pro-youth economists and other economists - around which the future of everything families should want for their children and children's children depends

END POVERTY & CELEBRATE YOUTH JOB CREATION _ THE SAME GOAL we believe that only youth jobs creation everywhere can save the world from losing community sustainability -and all because public servants and global professions deserted their hippocratic oath to multiply goodwill (or at least to do no harm)


Yunus10000 dvd was one of the first projects of Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant. Norman had been mentoied by Keynes that the purpose of economics is to design systems and networks that invest in rpoductivity of youth out of evey community. His life's work foresaw 2010-2025 as our world's most critical time ih investiung in youth - one that could increase productivity of net generation by 10 fold and make every global village sustainable. Norman's family sponsored 10000 dvds given to youth as a stimulus for debating good news stories- the dvd was made the week that Nobel opened a museum in Dhaka showing the links between a third of a century's of leadership prizes of youth, and yunus and grameen. Our family foundation also circulates 2000 copies of yunus book on how to multi-win model wiith social business partnering. Norman's last public birthday - his 85th was celebrated in London Saint James with Yunus as chief guest.

Since 1990 we have linked in profesional networks who define goodwill valuation and multi-win modeling as the same economic process. In Norman's 1984 future history of the net generation, the early 21st century would blossom and the most productive and peaceful time to be alive if and only if the world's top brains studied multi-win social business models and empowered investment in youth co-producing the most inspirung goals our human race can vote for

Norman's family invites your nominations of where youth's good news and actions is making youth's orld more productive and joyful - cases include ---- washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

WHAT'S PUTTING YOUTH AT RISK - SYSTEM FAILURE - read eg Krugman - End Depression Now

Sad to say the crisis is not just caused by bad banks and disfunctional political congresses and cultures being manipulated against the golden rule of relationship reciprocity. Never in modern times have the world's largest organisations in the West's richest rnations rewarded short-termism, externalisation, lack of humanly sustainable purpose, risk and conflict multiplication. This is caused by phony economics - the exact opposite of why the first 200 years of building on Adam Snith's principles had led to Ken Boulding saying this in his lectores on Economics as Science: 

Boulding: Historic significance of capitalism is precisely that time
when power of value exchange takes over from power of threat
value exchange develops when somebody says to someone else: you do something that I want and I will do something you want 

At the root of the system crisis that will determine all future sustainability are global measurement professions and constitutions having lost their hippocratic oath. Youth's futures are what's being risked by every different way in lack of sustainability and failure to reward win-win-win modeling is being spun. Worse most of these failing systems don't give youth an equitable voice in their decision-making. However media is youth's opportunity because youth are the pivotal actors in media. And we don't know anyone who denies our 1984 script that today's million tiems mre collaboration technology could be celebrating most productuve time for youth at work.

 So with Norman Macrae's family tree now being in its 6th generation of specialising in open mediation we particularly value helping search out which youth10000 members can impact changes like these:

Demand the world's biggest brands spend more of their promotional monies on celebrating job creation (if not inside their own organsiations through the societies they imopact). cases include whole foods is helping create mllions of jobs that develop the communities where it has long-term product sourcing relationships; john mackey ceo of whole foods has started up a conscious capatlim club of ceos who look at the greatest human purspode their global market sectr can sustain - see eg this video and then linkineg here

where a tv ad camapign plays on people's fears or tries to addict you or dumb you down - influence you peers to unlike thos brand- boycotting it products

distinguish between the heroines and heroes that sports and fashion stages create- which ones give back to communities - why popularise a junky hero

dont let media seduce you into spending lots of your time chatting without an end action - there is no economic value in endless chat - we charter a very big difference between the way new media is pioneering brilliant innovations for humanity around youth in a place like Boston's MIT and much of the non-actionable stuff west cpast usa is doing with new media; we celebrate amqzing uses of new media where life critical infomation is shared among the poorest in the developing world and believe that the kind of mobile hacking that murdoch empire has perpetrated has no place in the world's that youth need to celebrate and co-create



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What could our next 10000 events be ? we are trying to unite a university of unlearning festival for 10000 people in boston summer 2009 and hope our next 10000 dvd print run will be focused on jamii bora -your ideas most welcome as we aim to catalogue the first open source catalogue of 1000 social business out of collaboration city New York by June 2009 --- chris macrae
Remarks of President-Elect Barack Obama As Prepared for Delivery American Recovery and Reinvestment Thursday, January 8, 2009- Barack's diary: Throughout Americas history, there have been some years that simply rolled into the next without much notice or fanfare. Then there are the years that come along once in a generation the kind that mark a clean break from a troubled past, and set a new course for our nation..This is one of those years. We start 2009 in the midst of a crisis unlike any we have seen in our lifetime a crisis that has only deepened over the last few weeks. Nearly two million jobs have now been lost,.. Inauguration Day +1 letter - From Y10000: Dear President : Has economics team talked with Dr Muhammad Yunus yet ? His goals oriented approach grounded in what main street humanity and www youth networks want financial systems to integrate is likely the only gravity that can arrest the tail spin of distrust in macro-markets - cf 1984 forecast of bend the dismal macro-economics curve before 2010 made by my father after 40 years of journalism at The Economist & next diary event world bank meeting of kenyan slum microcredit jamii bora jan 28, 9.00am
sb3.jpgSB is the most inspiring entrepreneurial game you will ever be invited to interact due to 3 primary achievements that SB entrepreneur must achieve. Fail one and the whole system is a loser as the game rules demand.
  • 1 proving one of the most purposeful concepts the world has ever seen; the SB entrepreneur has to do this because normally SB's are founded on a free loan- that means that the source lending the money are looking for reputation gains or an urgent desire to see the same deeply human innovation - that rare dream-to-reality match between investor and innovator
  • 2 the SB must prove sustainability of a positive cashflow model; only this achievement guarantees that the purpose can be continuously invested in once the loan has been paid back; the founders of the SB can get on withy purpose instead of fundraising, and the energy of an organization that knows that none of what it exchanges in a community will be extracted out to some big city on the other side of the world can be 10 times more over time than one that knows that the system has a vested interest far away from the community of employees and customers and local societies
  • 3 Exponentially governance of whole truth organization through time to be ever more contextually purposeful is interesting because it involves setting specific goals that confirm your purpose is on the up and up and measuring back from these; this is not the same as having some professional group apply a standard numbers job to you. Governance of social business therefore needs to map its transparency so that all communally involved can umpire that the system is spinning virtuously, and proactively spot any potential conflicts so that never enter into the system> In other words there is no guarantee that an organization which historically has been most purposeful in it sector will continue to be unless conflicts with its purpose are kept out and future change is leveraged with a joy of how can this sustain even more purpose
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    Lord Stern: "We have seen the consequences of ignoring risk in the current economic and financial crisis. It has already led to negative growth in rich countries. "The risk consequences of ignoring climate change will be very much bigger that the risk consequences of ignoring risk from the financial system."
  • How does non-carbon economics map in your ideas of future capitalism?
  • Time for people to start network weaving a MicroEnergySummit?
  • Nov08 : Monthly Special - how can internet/mobile end poverty? - please add a subtopic rsvp
    Sub1 how to empower poor by ending digital divides - video: solutions
    Sub2 - how can youth social action portals unite in ending poverty - extract from conversation at our FC Ning
    portal examples
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  • yunus video 14 -transcript at 4.27 below
  • social action portals (clinton, theglobalsummit California, are proliferating but not simply connecting the same map they can need to be on- ideas welcomed on solving this
    As I develop prototype I put it up on the web ..I am not sure of the end result this is the goal this is how I am approaching it its almost like my personal diary. If my personal diary is available to others...others will say ah you are going in wrong direction ... I'll do it this way, if you are wise you will pick up from me . I'll send you an email; or vice versa you say no I have already tried that come and try this... and your thinking process gets exposed to other people , and you benefit or they benefit from that if you want to stay until final product comes ok but sharing does no harm, putting on the page this is what we are doing, and that we encourage others to share and its all personal diary- sometimes you will write we ran into a problem, it crashed , we stopped at such a such date the next year you show up with another idea, you remember we were such and such , were now on this- so nobody is condemning you its all yours its just sharing the idea of sharing is important because it encourages others with similar concerns- one idea leads to another idea you are opening up doors for streams of ideas to develop and gradually some of them will be gems of ideas and thats what you are looking for that can flood the whole world with a magnificent solution, -so this is the idea of social action diaries;
  • Dec08 video : social business scaling up health for all

    will health map out as biggest future 1 2 capitalism partners of all? here are some emerging threads to connect, please tell us others - chris macrae washington dc bureau of tel 301 881 1655
  • Malaria -African heroines Zambia 1 ; obama has more specifically pledged to end malaria by 2015; Yunus malaria video

    and 29 Sept 08 saw Gates pull together Bill Gates UN MDG Speech Sept. 2008.doc< (51KB), Gates malaria release - FINAL.PDF (26KB), EMBARGOED 2008 MDG Malaria Summit Press Release 9.05pm (FOR USE 9.25.08).doc (245KB), Global Malaria Action Plan release.pdf (255KB),
  • by December: Yunus Pop Group TheGreenChildren's celebration humanity album "EMPOWER" should be out -proceeds go to eyecare hospital social business (aravind model)
  • BRAC has a great scaling up health conference in December
  • The NGO code of promises not to do anything that compounds medical braindrain out of rural is flourishing -look at ist signatories to see who truly cares for community empowered healthcare
  • Jan09 RSVP if you can help form and unite the world's first 10 university student union Yes We Can Microcredit Clubs - now seems like the hour- while many universities have microfinance clubs these are not necessarily the same knowledge sharing space as this 93 congress person letter refers to in linking up the world's 10 most trusted microcredit practice regions; moreover we have 2 unique resources the 100000 dvds and the first booklet in the genre Innovation Collaboration which we want to survey youth's views on and start identifying replicable franchises for every community around - how to help obama sustain 2 million village network economy all over a world where macro-finance is dead celebrating

    interns and Youth social actions resolutions
    Help us choose from Yunus10000 dvd videos of month for swarming roundyear long: Year of Banking Dangerously- youth asks what kind of banks do we want in our community
    GOOD NEWS 2-25
    Here's an outreach idea we are trying to broker between the people working to empower world's most neediest communities with microcredit and other learn by doing projects that stay entrepreneurially in the community - see African example; those who want to replicate microsummits and yunus learning by doing fast; and Yunus and other world leaders of the community building kind. It probably won't work- but if you deeply care about a poor community somewhere why not tell me so I can mention who's interested where
    2009 starts a new beginning for Africa and peoples all over the world:
  • USA has a president who loves community sustainability including African villages - his grandmother lives in a Kenyan one - and he has made some very specific action pledges like let's unite the world to end deaths by malaria by 2015
  • macroeconomics carelessness has put wall street in ruins - and so every community that wants to be productive and happy and free can learn at least somethings more sustainable to invest in by exploring microeconomics maps- and we are lucky that today's leading microeconomist is also the most collaborative person I have ever met : Dr Muhammad Yunus
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    so here's a plan - can we print as cheaply as possible a 30 page microeconomics handbook in an open source way; then every community can edit in its own language as long as we dont chnage a few fundamental system maps that are common to every success that DR Yunus and 25000 co-workers at Grameen and at least 100000 Bangladeshi's as the world's open practice university of micro everythin and social business transparency ? I don't know if this plan will work - it depends on you interacting if you truly love a community or village somewhere so that we understand what we already know that can replicate to your community and what missing links or conflicts are still so deeply local that they need much more work and trust you can see more of this plan at and - and we delight if you copy any text you agree with to webs or blogs or peer to peer learning by doing classes chris macrae washington DC bureau 301 881 1655
    Chapters 1 What is a Social Business System? The Most Exciting Entrepreneurial Game Ever Played:-Social Business three-in-one: A Learn to Action purpose so exciting youre entrusted a free loan to generate it B Prove its business models sustainability C Reinvest in replicating its exponentials up 2 What is a Microsummit? From microcreditsummit (est 1997): Most inspiring human goal a summit and networking process has ever set. Launched with famous but constantly energised by practitioners on ground. Ask those who come to next summit to openly publish action plans and projects before attending. Why not 7 wondrous summits : banking & health, & energy including clean water & food distribution, education, media new and old, professions and new MBA, microgovernment 3 What is Future Capitalism Partnering? Networking Ages Opportunity to Play an even more excitingly Human Game 4 Can MicroEntrepreneurs Future Map Trillion Dollar Audits of Global Market Sectors? How Local to Global Free Markets can prevent compound risks now that we can learn from the errors of global 1.0 in such trillion dollar sectors as banking, energy, education, interactive and public media ... 5 Web Resources eg continuing top 20 best news videos from entrepreneurial worldwide started with 10000 dvd youth dialog and yunus alumni 6 Appendix of who inspired history of micro & ERs Goodwill Multiplication including Gandhi & Einstein; Mandela & Obamas mother; truths end-poverty leaders across cultures & borders. Free Markets 2.0 7 Yunus Q&A favourite questions Yunus has received from youth and diverse leaders with guideline answers or references
    Chris & Norman Macrae
    November - special welcomes if you landed here from 2 peoples summits we connected with 700 Yunus videos
    - San Francisco's and London's Y10000 is mainly a resources web.
    If you are here to dialogue -please ning at Future Capitalism ; if you want to quiz people who have been distributing Yunus videos on which network hosts connect what - start at -thanks for loving 7 billion futures

    Help Gloyo Map Calls for Social Actions Networks
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    Correspondence welcomed -, Washington DC bureau usa 301 881 1655 - chris & norman macrae - friends of Yunus

    13 Oct 08: On this the second anniversary of Nobel peace price, Yunus 10000 dvd dialogue launched.
    Good News 1/25Almost all social economics problems of the world will be addressed through the social business system , Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize, Acceptance Speech

    The challenge is to innovate business models in such vital contexts as health care for the poor, financial services for the poor, information technology for the poor, education and training for the poor, marketing for the poor, renewable energy for the poor..
    Good News Heroines 1
    Main discussion spaces: yahoogroup; if you don't have a dvd yet; we'll post free copies to first 50 applicants chris; first 100 person meet London oct 21 , hotline queries 07944991812 ; updates in blog lower down on this page
    GB launch of peoplepower: UN 2007..update ClintonGI 2008
    Good News Actions from Collaboration Entrepreneur - download library of world citizen guides
    Sept08 - source Clinton Global Initiative:MICRO Entrepreneurial Revolutions on Thursday: McCain & Obama commit to end dismal macreconomics of carbon and Wall Street replacing Main Street; additionally Obama commits if president to end malaria by 2015... Cancer from Lance Armstrong ... Queen Rania business partnerships investing in Jordan's worst schools... creating jobs is big news with Clinton session giving particular emphasis to: potential of green jobs, need to facilitate youth entrepreneurs and mobiles serving previously unbanked poor ...
    13 Oct 10000 Goodnews Youth Dialogues go worldwide; 10 October 2008: On US Public Sector tv , George Soros says: For 25 years now we have been compounding a sub-optimal - and non-sustainable -globalisation.
    Can we get over the "macro" arrogance that it was always extremely unlikely that we would compound a perfect globalisation the first time round?
    Can we co-create a stage empowering all sides to question possible errors and unite transparently around testing out more human futures?

    Official Grameen Webs in Bangladesh are at;; -solar energy
    Official web sites in America: GrameenAmerica.Com
    Citizen reporter webs: Yunusworld, YunusAfrica, YunusAmerica, YunusEurope, YunusMentors, YunusUni, YunusPartners, SMBAworld, wholeplanet, forceforgood (social business) , MuhammadYunus, egrameen, futurecapitalism
    Social Action Webs for MicroSummits: Health Education Media Energy Gov Pro

    Welcome to the YunusForum test space for large scale social business entrepreneur networks connecting Dr Yunus, 100000 Bangladeshi intrapreneurs of Microcredit, Social Business Models, Future Capitalism and citizens who enjoy actioning good news.
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    How can we connect Dr Yunus and 10000 Youth in a year long social action debate of community -sustaining good news
    stage 1 completed - 20 good news conversation starters have been videoed at Grameen Dhaka and other good news sources. 
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    stage 2 - which clusters of 10000 youth would most like to get a personal dvd of the good news stories so they can chat with peers and selectively social action inspiring team goals? - we are currently researching this through all the usual social youth networks (eg 1) and people passionate about youth job creation , sustainable communities and the like - if you want to be involved please email or phone usa tel 301 881 1655
    - chris macrae youtube-social actiions; egrameen best news sector for 2008 Grameen Energy;  test export exchanges BanglaUSA AngloBangla
    YahooGroups - YunusJoy, HelpMicrocredit
    History: Our first project Yunus1000 Bookclub began on launch days in London and New York of the most practical mapping fieldbook on human sustainability investment - Creating a World without Poverty- social business, future of capitalism - this is a book Europe's senior economist (transparency note : aka chris's dad Norman, a career long journalist at The Economist had been wishing to see for 25 years)  
    Number #1 at 
    In today's networked world, a worldwide benchmark for human progress is found in the social business innovations and microeconomics maps for ending poverty founded by 4 people around Dr Yunus in 1976. This network’s openness around its first core service microcredit has rejoiced in exponential growth. Bill Clinton reports that 100000 Bangladeshi’s now use similar social business maps in franchising banking for the poor and other solutions that are helping 20 million women end poverty and sustain their communities –especially children as their next generation. Obama reports from kibera.


    version of video choices at 25 august 2008 - please contact us urgently to recomend improvements for 10000 freshers to debate in 20 cities

    Discussion: Youth's knowhow in rich cities can most help Yunus by
  • Cataloguing social business as you sight them -face, goog, youchoose
  • This Yunus Citizen Action Guide 07 includes MICRO briefs on Action*Business*Capitalism. It needs reprinting 15 Dec 08- please send update links etc. NB its best printed double-sided and folded
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    .Future Capitalism: 1, 2 , 3 , 4
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    Using Yunus Dvd 10000 (Y10000)


    We are inviting 10000 youth to debate good news and possible actions connecting Microentrepreneur views of the world’s future. This system was the basis of a survey “Entrepreneurial Revolution” by my father in The Economist in 1976. Almost invariably the source of Microentrepreneur innovation is a small group of people - eg Grameen's 4 founders -  commiting their working lives to a solving a human problem.


     Since 1997 networking around microcredit has accelerated worldwide with the goal of reaching 100 million of the poorest achieved in 2007.

    Along with videos from Dr Yunus and his social business mapmakers at Grameen Bank, we have searched out examples of entrepreneurial dialogues that appear to be sustaining better worlds. This is just a start of a search we ask 10000 youth  and their Generation’s connections to help the world explore out of every country, city and culture now.


    Examples of Global Industry Good News Debates

    Video 1 banking Yunus & 9 year old:  Lon1 Lon2

    Video 2 banking Latifee and 150 Grameen Trust replications in over 30 countries

    Video 3 solar energy Dipal Barua, co-founder Grameen bank

    Video 4 job creation and ending digital divides with internet for poor,  Kazi Islam , CEO Grameen Solutions

    Some personal conversations and wishes from Dr Yunus

    Video 5  what social business healthcare cases can we action first

    Video 6 Wish for youth to cross-culturally collaborate in saving world

    Video 7 Goodwill Wish for seeing open solutions tested in one place, multiplied everywhere needed

    Video 8 Wish for billionaires changing the world to test out social business -follow up Paris SMBA; Future Capitalism 1000Bookclub; Intercity SocialBusinessClub

    Grameen Inside –how and why to bank on job creation & poorest women’s income generating creativity over a third of a century

    Video 9 How women’s self-confidence changes the world by Mrs Begum co-founder of Grameen

    Video 10 Welcoming worldwide interns by Mrs E-Janine, Head of Interns Programs

    Video 11 Future Capitalism Invitation to CEOs to test out how entrepreneurial the match between a global corporation and a grassroots microenterpreneur network can be by Mrs Morshed, CEO of Yunus  -secretariat -join in open mapmaking of yunuspartners

    Video 12 Practical tips on social business modelling by Mr Sultan, CEO of Grameen Heathcare Social Businesses

    Video 13 – Team orientation steps in social business creativity – Samir Chowdhury

    suggestions RSVP 

    Help us make a top 10 list of ways to help Dr Yunus' wish to end poverty and create jobs worthy of peoples lifetimes, and communities where chldren thrive

    1 With the success of the open source method of microcredit comes a threat. Many big banks now claim to want to serve the poor- but are there models loansharks in disguise? You can help by understanding how to design real microcredit and social business models, and alerting us to fake ones.

    2 When we talked to Yunus during his book launch, he said he wished to see MICRO Social Business networks and summits connect around every life critical service. Ideas welcome on how to start networking the 6 microworlds at the bottom of the picture.

    Breakthrough conventional wisdoms that are hiding conventional blunders. Help people avoid the politics and industrial age trap of owning big things and posh images.  Enjoy the goodwill multipliers of investing in people and thriving community. Everyone’s an entrepreneur when it comes to job creation but don’t expect the next generation’s work to come from command and control manufacturing. Beware of education over-examining youth on historical “facts” that are no longer relevant and under-developing curiosity and the skills of openness and action learning



    Searching out Sustainability Good News around the world

    Video 14 The Green Children Pop Foundation – the loan that started Grameen Eye Hospital

    Video 15 The Green Children – Scholarship Loans our network of friends can make to keep children at school

    Video 15a - interview of why green children -watch out for breaking news later in 08 when universal records releases the theme song of ending digital divides "you can hear me now" - explore TGC flows for good in healthcare, across grameen america

    Video 16 – Did youth entrepreneurship get lost in the world’s schooling systems – Sir Ken Robinson, Royal Society of Arts

    Video 17 – How the CIDA Free University and Branson school of entrepreneurship works -inviting your collaborations-Taddy Blecher, Johannesburg

    Video 18 – Creating open spaces for children- a small example from Haiti

    Video 19 – The challenge of making industrial carpets manufacturing sustainable – Ray Anderson

    Video 20 – Inviting Business & Leaders to join in Force For Good – Tony Manwaring

    Some early citizen videos

    21 Video response from Brixton Hive on Solar Energy  -more action links Ymentors

    22 New York branch of collaboration cafe Dhaka Paris London NY

    Why on earth didnt anyone share that with me

    23 Shift Happens

    24 CEO Mackey on What is the purpose of a business

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    Dear Friends

    I commend white house's updating economics notes at a clean break from a troubled past, and set a new course for our nation.

    - drafting skils on communique with an appreciation of microcredit - ... equally Sam Daley Harris' office in DC at the centre for 12 years now of - see eg these communiques with congress etc has the English speaking world's most practice at this but I dont know if his office has been invited to attend etc

    Perhaps I should also add that my father's view is that most of the UK and US economics and professional establishment are still way off the mark in understanding what the banking crisis compound risks involves and thus what ever decreasing set of solutions urgently need starting now. I dont believe summit decisions made in April are time relevant to the decision dynamics which after 6 weeks of transition need attention within very few weeks from yesterday's inauguration. Ask now what is uniquely relevant to bending the curve from macroeconomic monopoly to microeconomics freedom. What I mean is we are talking about fundamentally flawed maths and a social process around the white house whose directions will be set within 90 days

    The Mother of All Collaboration Networking Now

     .. if I was preparing a conference i would despatch 2 researchers to Paul Krugmans office as apparently the senior academic economist to have seen the system problem global professions have been non-transparently compounding and phone round every economist with a brand name to get them off the fence - which agree that global economics has been spun in an unsustainable and compound crashing way.  Then at least youth across US and Euro universities will know which faculty are on their side, and there is no yes we can constituency without youth's networking coming together. Mapping this is simple brand flow and compound truth stuff - is it not?

    Micro University of Banking

    Bending media curves 10000 youth dialogue

    Remarks of President-Elect Barack Obama
    As Prepared for Delivery
    American Recovery and Reinvestment
    Thursday, January 8, 2009

    Throughout America’s history, there have been some years that simply rolled into the next without much notice or fanfare. Then there are the years that come along once in a generation – the kind that mark a clean break from a troubled past, and set a new course for our nation.

    This is one of those years.

    We start 2009 in the midst of a crisis unlike any we have seen in our lifetime – a crisis that has only deepened over the last few weeks. Nearly two million jobs have now been lost,

    chris macrae usa 301 881 1655

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    video 3a GREEN WORD OF MOUTH and Win-Win-Win www :-
    Take-out script slightly adapted from Dipal Barua, Grameen Bank Deputy Head & Grameen Shakti (Green Energy 1 2 3) , Dhaka July 2008

    please help journalist coop at (DC bureau tel USA 301 881 1655) edit if you feel strongly about scripts joy and importance


     Word of mouth is much more strong in a country like ours - here what the people in community celebrate is our advertisement. Watch a particular kind of good news advertisement - in the neighbouring house you see something is going on, then you change your mind and culture can evolve -one micro step at a time.




    NO no this is not THE answer says the global economist . I  say okay: this is not your answer as a global economist but our practical expereince shows how it flows through social action learning and hi-trust which The Social Economist loves to build. If you decide to be economist first and social second, that's the current global economist. I commend entrepreneurs to do social first then economics. That way we can celebrate economics as for the human being, economics for the people,- so that's a choice - a future capitalism way ahead - towards (above zero-sum) economics, which the people -all peoples - can empower worldwide and openly win-win-win

    So then the societies at large is viable, socially viable, morally viable, economically viable, that is there.

    Let's see what 10000 youth can make of these 18 conversation starters
    Free Market of Ending Poverty: Our generation’s Do Now crossroads. Can we agree collaboration goals for choosing a globalisation map capable of uniting humanity and empowering community sustainability?What qualities would you design into a banking for and by people? One that includes everyone’s ability to make a lifetime difference? A simple  one that everyone can understand and where nobody is seeking to profit by compounding unknown risk onto others Are you aware that thriving non-carbon economies are possible, and create lots of green jobs? Eg  How can peoples share confidence in solar energy sans frontieres? Do you enjoy access to peer networks that open source and action learn?

    What becomes possible when a bank is one of the planet's most inspiring organisations? Did you know that microcredit’s purpose of banks that end poverty was co-founded by a woman? What did she identify with the communal practice and DNA of microcredit from day 1?Can we explore how mobile brings extraordinary new solutions for the poorest and indeed anyone who wishes to renew job creation in the community?A generation of Bangladeshi’s have invested in a grassroots national strategy of innovating a service economy around sustainability and collaboration solutions. Agents of community to community worldwide trade wanted! helping 38 countries to design microcredit for the poorest –what learning patterns does microcredit’s co-founder Professor Latifee value mostGrameen’s welcoming approach to youth and everyone is :  learning by doing. Have you ever tried this opposite kind of educational experience?

    Social Business Entrepreneurial Revolution 1 (ER1). Bllionaires can compound so much more with endlessly recyclable social business dollar than one-off charity dollarSBER2: SB integrates  a goodwill multiplying governance system. This is what brand leadership needs to faciltate wherever people communally want to sustain truly purposeful organisationSBER3: Arguably health is the top priortity sector, after banking, for social business global partnerships in capitalism’s future.  Time for microhealthsummit?SBER4 : 100000 Bangladeshi’s are ready to share a generation’s microentrepreneur experience of SB. Youth networks urgently wantedGrounded Practice:  For 30 years now, SB models help micro-economists question when are the conventional wisdoms of globalisation and  of development policy actually conventional blundersMost Social Businesses serving "bottom billion" customers need to generate positive cashflow whilst offering a price at least ten times lower than consumer markets in big cities.. The New Creativity!Internetworker for the Poor – Don’t write off Dr Yunus as merely Banker for the Poor. Innovation networks know him as one of humanity’s great innovation gravities for ending digital dividesA safe assumption for the future is that youth will need to create the majority of jobs. Debate!Global Industry Sector Responsibility :  2008 has shown this to be the Opportunity and Threat to all our futures. Can you help anyone to hear about the no risk guarantee Dr Yunus offers leaders who seriously want to partner this quest

    -editing help appreciated if you have a simpler 50 word description of any of these 18 video links
    comments welcome at our video blog

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