future 8 billion peoples want to value2020 top alumni group Fazle Abed- search your top WRJ if not found rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk who are top job creating economists by practice - health -refugee sports green hong kong..where are top tour guides around billionaire 1 2 around poverty,,, we the peoples ...
If many people are meeting each other for the first time- including a new class at school - we recommend spending the first 3 minutes: ask people to stand up in groups of three- each person spends 60 seconds on the greatest life changing moment in her life to data and what she did differently because of it. Q&A- 1) why's this smart way spending 3 minutes introducing people? 2) how to action debrief everyone? 3) what other tools exist for innovating simultaneous communications among masses of people? 4) Does our species future generation depend on experiencing such culturally simple and trustworthy ways to spend time communicating? Lets consider 4 firstALUMNI OF WORLDCLASSBRANDS: In 1980 we started a True Media debate at The Economist "Year of Brand" on why human sustainability would depend on intangibles valuation and globalisation designing greatest brand leaders aligned to goals of sustaining generations -evidence had been collected with MIT's first database software of society's needs in 50 nations and thousands of markets
as our 2025 Report (first translated 1984) showed the transition from pure knowledge www to commerce would be crucial- all the dismal errors that had been made with mass media tv might have one last chance of correction-we invite you to check out how well did the world's biggest new market makers eg bezos and ma understand this tipping point - twitter version of 2025 report related ref-download 10 minute audio invitation to make 2020s most loving decade ever from family foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant
Breaking news- 2 most valuable higher education searches- 1) what are www youth ambassadors for sdgs? what is AI for valuetrue market purpose?how'd you like to search WRJ blog by value chains eg vc1 money vc2 AI & human tech vc3 health vc4 arts and communities happy stuff including olympics vc5 girls safety vc6 education for livelihoods vc7 food as nutrition security & diversity vc8 infrastructure for win-win trade maps vc9 true media
breaking the last empire : americans need to vote now are they separate and superior speciesn OR are they like the rest of the 8 billion of us? new summer 2019 : drucker ::::60 years ago dad, norman macrae, started the first of 100 conversations on AI (Artificial Intelligence), He had just surveyed how Japan was rising (lifting potentially Asians everywhere out of colonial era poverty) round brilliant engineers (bullet trains, container superports , microelectronics, the most reliable engines in the world) - from tokyo he brought back a pocket calculator- what would schools and the world be like if everyone had one of these?

Within a few years the world was debating if tech helps man reach the moon is there any mission impossible on earth.
5G 2020s (4 3 2) 1 G 1970s
And Gordon Moore of Intel had just written a paper promising that microelectronic engineers would improve tech 100 fold every G decade to 2020s -that's a trillion fold more powerful microchips in 2030 than man raced to the moon with. So who's knowledge should teachers and everyone linkin to now if millennials are to be the first sustainability generations and THE UN 17 sdgs are to be celebrated as possible wherever the next girl is born. We welcome your nominations: here are a few examples back from the future of 2030 followed by an approximate chronological order. If in doubt as to whether we know your favorite WRJC please search this blog and mail us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if we have left someone out
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Sunday, August 19, 2018

Who owns the media that youth create? and how do we change big media platforms run by people disinterested in youth as the sustainability generation? the apprenticeship of most superstars has nothing much to do with classroom education - 


why cant we free other youth who want to be local heroes in their communities - these are some of the question jack ma invites partener of 21st c olympics to co-examine with him

jack ma clarifies that commerce can reach one clusters of markets -
Jack Ma clarifies that commerce can only reach some markets – financial or where supply & demand chains of where people historically “shopped” He’ll help youth (and their parents and other investors) celebrate a different platform to reach happiness service markets livelihoods education, Health, greening communities, safety and open spaces, arts fashions and who to celebrate, TRUE media 
 he invites leaders to partner olympics to chnage value chain of celebrities  (BR1 Korea 2018, BR0 Beijing 2022, BR1 Japan 2020, BR5 Paris 2024, BR6 LA 2028 )

related
BR6 BR10 Pope Francis : the vatican's  http://premiosciacca.it/offers a model of an annual expo of worlds community builders with youth 
BR0 XI-factor-BRI.school:  every space Belt Road newly bridges on land- start twin nations youth hub celebrations - eg silk road arts networks and silk road chambers of commerce in over 70 countries
UN- which will be first sdg economic zone that wall street 300 trillions rates as AAA? how does eg community-wide participation in sports empower youth to be community's main safety networks in mobile age-  

 BR9 cf kenya ushahidi first big app helped youth prevent election riots - in university suburbs of beijing there is a resident local;police station every 1000 metres which also serves as community info center; one of koreas leading abilities is to build half million people new towns or new suburbs which are safest in world but at cost of zero public privacy outside- one of ways china is uniting african leadership is how future of g5 and mobile cameras designed into safety of cities

DO NATIONS youthTECH DEPEND ON OWNERSHIP OF ITS finTECH?
Muhammad Yunus once debated me the motion : Western big banking's credit card was the saddest invention of the 20th century. The once trusted local banking branch turned into something close to a loan shark and increasingly a debt trap which elders (and vested interest politics/media) chained their children to
CHINAS YOUTHTECH POSSIBILITIES ARE LIKE NOWHERE ELSE?
What fascinated me is china's youthTECH advantage arising from the fact that China's bricks and mortar banks never really launched the credit card market - so digital fintech (where the smartphone is used instead of a card) was first to create the market of why do people apply for credit
There are effectuvely only 2 players in China's fintech markets of digital cash and credit and loans- Alipay from Alibaba and we chat pay from Tencent. Here are several questions which can be intriguing to debate
Q1 Which system will sign up a larger membership base- Alibaba's whose permissions are connected with ecommerce or we chat whose permission come from membership of China's largest personal communication system. You might say round 1 to tencent as Chat's the larger membership population
Q2 what sort of data does each system collect which can be relevant to loans- round 2 to alibaba whose data is all about the supply chains of commerce and SME trustworthiness. Additionally China's broadcaster CGTN charged with investigative journalism of China's rejuvenation frequently talks about China's 4 greatest social innovations as being ecommerce digital cash fast trains and shared bicycles.
If these 2 questions start to explain what youthtech fintech movements will connect inside china, question 3 becomes how may each ecosystem empower international youthtech partnerships. I have tried to study alibaba for ten years now, so can only introduce its global youth tech advantages
First, Xi Jinping asked Jack Ma's Hangzhou to be the host of the China G20 in 2016 which happened at a unique time in the diaries of G20 and other world leaders summit. It was the first G20 to be convened 11 months after the UN had relaunched humanity's goals around 17 sustainability goals. Jack Ma spent a lot of those 11 months asking everyone he could on what they would help youth linkin round the new goals. He chaired the club of china's big business givers. He started to co-create popularity of the term 4th Industrial Revolution with the World Economic Forum's alumni, and has since started the worldwide research academy DAMO with 15 billion dollars exploring the future of technology's most human apps. He chaired the sme g20 homework . He came up with the idea of EWTP - why not use ecommerce platforms around the world so that smes can free trade without any of the trade wars nations apply to big businesses. He has made many speeches on why education is a far bigger tech and human challenge than finance in determining youth livelihoods and he aims to chnage who media celebrates for what by hosting the Olympics series that relay through Korea 2018, Tokyo 2020, Beijing 2022 Paris 2024, La 2028 If any technology leader tries harder (in both his favorite language Chinese and English) to collaboratively imagineer what youthtech possibilities the 17 sdgs stimulate then I would love to know who that is
DOES ANYWHERE ELSE ENJOY FINTECH OWNED TO SUPPORT YOUTHTECH
As far as i know only one other place stands out, Bangladesh where the leading fintech platform is owned by those who have since the birth of the nation to empower girls to end poverty.
In May 2018 Jack Ma started a partnership with Bangladesh's girls-inspired fintech.
Youyhtech SDG17 games on!

Monday, December 31, 1984

year of education revolution - 2018=35th annual update

if we could choose celebrate  youth trade along every BRI (Belt Road Imagineering)  map
BR0 china BR1 rest far east and asean and pacific south inc,kuding OZ and NZ - 2 s asia 3 russia 4 east euro 5 west euro 6 north america 7 stans and middle east and suez facing
8 med sea 9 africa 10 latin america 11 Uniting Nations  )-

 to be alumni of 12 livelihood learning network founders first - we would start with
sir fazle abed - linking the very poorest girls into futures  BR2 ( including all collabirations with bangaldesh as open uni of girl empowerment - eg yunus polak)

jack ma using tech to help all youth's livelihoods BR0 BR1 BR2 BRUN

we keep changing our minds as new info comes in from education commissions and wise events - you can help us get better at this digital education open space - 100 conversations studnt unions class of 2018-2019 and others mkight be expliring about livelihood education

however here are 12 we are trying to keep connecting in 2018

12/84 shannon may bridges international and similar k-12 blended developing education networks - see her latest news in this post BR9 BR7 BR0 BR6

11/84 gorden dryden thelearningweb.net - see nov 1984

10/84 all those inspired by rachel's worldpossible collation of competely open digital learning resources and catalogue oif which nation's education system encourafe etachers and students to access the worfld's best elarning content

9-84 BR0 still to be understood- while american elearning gravitates around world possible- in china it gravitates round ai teachers assistants - instead of toys like alexa or hey google, anything that is a disciplainary fact can now be stired in a learnking robot- giving teachers and students time to teamwork and do other things than program a mind with sterile facts

8-84 new universities - these are ones that never put sustainability generation students in debt but expect thise who go on to chnage the world to pay it firward (or is it backward) -
BR0  tsinghua is a owrld elader of this ouyt of china-
BR9 maharishi institute ut of africa-
BR2 brac u out of s asia -where else?
rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com
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jan 1984 - our latest search of silicon valley
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please could you relay this to shannon may or appropriate team member

we loved the half day tutorial you gave at wise@beijing; unfortunately the founding laureate networks brac  (sir fazle abed) missed this and other chinese blended and digital revolutions in education



 - so Sept 30 to October 6 we are helping arrange a week to correct this at brac headquarters - from the chinese side it will be led by jack ma's main female professor-chair based at Tsinghua University Beijing

as you probably know down the road from harvard the legatum lab at mit helped build http://www.bkash.com as women world's largest cashless bank with brac and jack ma started his partnerships with brac at this fintech network 3 months ago

mostofa zaman can be contacted with day to day queries- a young bangladeshi villager he has organised invitations to The Economist's remembrance arty to my father as their end poverty sub-editor and previous roundtable briefings given both by sir fazle abed founder of brac and kamil quadir founder of bkash

VALUETRUE.com Map Jobs-rich education  along every belt road my father lifetime work at The Economist hypothesised 50 years ago at time of moon landing that education transformed around mobile connected world would sustain or destroy us all- these are exciting times to find out which- and few if any education networks liberate what you do -the slide links 12 of his most innovative surveys on youths futures around the world



all the best chris macrae dc 240 316 8157

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  • Bridge teacher guides are discussed in Education Next 
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  • Foreign Policy Association publishes our view on the human right to education
  • We celebrate children overcoming disabilities in our schools
  • Meet our amazing teacher Olayinka from Nigeria
Liberia's story reaches major US think tank 
HumanProgress, the magazine of the Cato Institute, has published a story by Bridge's Marcus Wleh in Liberia. Marcus summaries the global education situation and looks at how his country is an example of how to transform education systems to quickly improve learning outcomes for children.                         
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Education Next looks at teacher guides

The Bridge academic team has been writing about the merits of pre-prepared, detailed lesson plans for teachers.  The Harvard University-affiliated magazine Education Next publishes a piece that helps to shed light on the benefits of the model within the context of developing economies. The author considers her own journey from being against structured guidance to becoming a strong advocate and the evidence that has changed her mind. She says, "after more than a decade of teaching middle schoolers, training teachers, and designing lessons for schools all over the world, I’ve changed my tune."
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Quality as the yardstick for progress

Bridge VP of Measurement and Evaluation, Dr Steven Cantrell, has been sharing his thoughts about the need for the quality of education to be effectively measured and invested in. He points out that sometimes this is overlooked and the consequences are significant. One of his most stark messages is 'Primary school attendance is not the problem.' The well respected Impakter magazine published his article to highlight one of the most important issues in the global education debate.
Dr Cantrell's piece is a response to the World Bank’s recently released Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals. 
Read the full story on Impakter magazine
                               

Education is a right so let's deliver it

We take a closer look at the international legal issues surrounding global education and UN Human Rights. Bridge puts forward the argument for non-state actors to help achieve education for all on the basis that rights must be delivered urgently. It is now 70 years since the right to education was made universal and the fact that hundreds of millions are still not learning shows that fresh approaches are needed. We make a nuanced case that "It is only through embracing new, innovative, scalable and sustainable models" that universal free quality education for all can be achieved. 
Read the full opinion piece on the Foreign Policy blog
                               

Say hello to Olayinka from Nigeria

Olayinka is one of our passionate and powerful teachers from Bridge, Femi Omomowo in Igando, Lagos State, south-west Nigeria.
She says that she saw Bridge was different, so she joined. She would watch the pupils and teachers at the gate and think how motivated and happy they looked to be going to school. That was two years ago when she decided to join us.
Discover why she believes joining Bridge was the best choice she ever made, and find out why she feels proud when she's leading a class. 
Read more about her full story here
                               

Celebrating the achievements of disabled children


Bridge has marked the Global Disability Summit by championing the hard work and talent of Bridge pupils in Africa and India. We published five inspirational accounts of young people who are fearlessly pursuing their dreams and ambitions despite the extra challenges.  Around the world there are at least 150 million children living with disabilities and they are ten times less likely to go to school. The way Bridge serves disabled children has been reported on Front Page Africa, The Standard and the Nile Post among others.
How Bridge supports disabled children to learn
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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

congrats kim lim and everyone at picha- todays nhkworld program needs to go viral vc7 vc9 vc5 vc6 #br1

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Lee Kuan Yew #BR1 Singapore

Miraculously Japan went from post-war rubble to 2nd largest economy in about 20 years; less well valued is that
the Chinese's Diaspora's superports became the world's 3rd largest financial network by 1975- ready to invest in
China's return to the world stage - in time for human sustainability? thanks to extraordinary foundation of
Singapore place branding and WorldRecordJobs creator Lee Kuan Yew 
singapore.jpg

. Now that the UN's 17 sustainability goals imagine an age where half of the most valuable ideas needs tio be new to the world every 5 years, old academia's processes and ageist and sexist heirarchoies are neither economic nor social nor sustainable...Instead ..
Why not: linkin as an explorer (SWOT) of something that you are passionate about and feels right, search out its leadership centre of gravity in linking productive and demanding realtsionships of worlers and owners, customers and societies, local and worldwide sustainability goals,  collaboration partners as much as competotors' try and become trusted by alumni of the leadership team provided they still know the relevance of celebrating the founding dna. Singapore shows the advantage of a small nation in this era ...  
The idea of place branding itself was to many a challenge to faith and other cultural drivers when i first published why singa;pore was a benchmark place brand in 1987. There are so many choices that Singapore needed to get right which fortunately can be studied in iterative details in the writings and most tristed counsels of leader (nation builder) Lee Kuan Yew. Again if I get one of these details wrong dont give up, singapore is vaut le voyage to learn everything you can from its thriving people's endeavours to link safe and joyful worls with all they connect.
Start with the fact that this nation didnt want independence from Britain or certainly not the rushed independence firced onto it - of course you know you are safe a a British protectorate one day, of course we (the peopes of britaon) cant afford to protect you the next day.

That was Lee's first chalenge- could Sinagpore (then 3 ?million people) naviigate going independent both of UK and Malaysia at same time? The twin crises of failing as a nation were top of his mind- could leadership keep singpapore safe for all cultures; could leadership create always enough jobs (almost every job specification chnaged as the British disconnecetd).
Across 5 decades unlike any other leader i can find Lee kept this questions top of mind (above any party debate) and designed a constitution and internal collabiration between peoples that never failed to value these questions. The results being that often times Singpoare has also helped held the whole of asean cultures togther whereas other regions of the world got into teriifying cultural messes. And Singapore evolved within 3 generations (grandparent parnet kids) as one of the wealthiest per head of population as well as the most exciting learning isle on the planet.
Now lets celebrate that Singapoae is a valuation benchmark of small nation branding. it is not big in population under 6 million; it is not in top 100 in amount of land. It has no underised land- it cannot expect to grow a population bugger than today's. THese are opposite chalenges to a nation such as eg Russia that has the natural reources of the least crowded place on the pkanet but the most opposite of infrastructure chalenges imaginable to singapore's. Sinagpore could be 100% a gtrading place not a making one as far as indsutrail things go. But it could be the world's most open source knowhow connectoir of life critical info, of smart apps, of education experiments every safe-for-girls community needs.
Neither its small population or its small land base matter provided singpaore can be a most collabirative place in the world for those whose sustainbility it can most help multipoly while truly doing no harm to any other nations. I don't want to push this proposition too far but in 2018 it is noteable that few nations support china's youth's dreams more than singpaore but at the same time its the place donald trump feels comfort in meeting Nirth Korea's leader
Geographically Sinagpore has devleoped a charmed existence - well its worked extremely hard to make that the case. I first viisted singpoare in 1983- that was a decade i did a lot of traveling as a major contributor to a 50 country and 1000 market databse on branding what societioes most valued ; this had started up around express database technolgy created out of harvard and MIT. Singapore was the dirst time i actually enjoyed being at an airport. Later in a small way i helped Sinagpore Airlines celebrate with the BBC (videos of branding the marketing advantage) how Singpaore had changed all airline passneger for the better. Tiny things like the global industry monopoly IATA had regulations for how much meat there should be in a sandwich io economy class. We thought meat sandwiches should taste good if economy passnegers wanted that during 12 hour flights. On ant issues other than safety we tore up IATA's rule book.
As it happened I had half a day off. Back in 1983 it was the first time I had seen an Asian city in the middle of a complete makeover achieved in under a decade. There were gleaming new skyscrapers and air conditioned malls. Ther were arcades of older street shops. On one I was surprised to see a prominent notice on the door. Dear tourist - be advised that this establishment cheated a customer 8 months ago - so sorry. Apparently particularly if you were a small service business and cheated a customer you had to advertise that for the next year. Singapore and tourists wanted to become the worlds favorite shopping hub as well as well as the workd's vaforite airport and shipping suoerport.
Of courseabove all Singapore is where maritime geography matters. As Japan, Korea, all the Chinese Diaspora superports (Taiwan, Hong Kong ...) then the whole of China / East Asia's coastal belt grew shipping's world trade, the whole of that Eastern world has to pass by singpaore to trade with the west. Singapore quite literally depended on multiplying goodwill beteen eastern and western people- if it could earn the trust and help every person thrive who traded freely between east and west why not.
Some would say singapore had a dark side. But if you think executing drug smugglers is uncivilised, you havent really acounted for histiry. Around 1860, one fifth of the world's people living in China closed themsleves to world trade rather than accept the British Empire's ulimatum that opium should be used as a curency in exhcange for the sort after chiense silks and spices. Other extreme local ;aws involved a culture of tidiness- chewing gum is also a banned substance in Singapore- and if a man went tp a a post office and his hair was judged too long he was told to wait at the back of the queue. Much more importantly, Sinapore develoepd the smartest housing policy I have ever seen. Affordable city skyscrapers for all but only assuming you play 2 roles- celebrate ciultural fusion, value the community spaces that all tower blocks depend on to make them family-friendly.
Notes:
Singapore never let rival political parties interfere with progress the future of its youth as well as theuir health contribution to the whpole of society
Singapore was always asking what would the world miss next if we dont deliver it
Sinagpore is a small nation but potentially a perfect partner with we the peoples of any size of nation
Originally one thing singapore kept wss british commercial law- it didnt do much rewriting of the rules of the game. It may even j\have asked Britsh Queen's Councillors to arbitrate over disputes with global companies etc rarher than run risk of ever more expensive courtroom games
Sinagpore is a benchmark superport- up tp half the world's peoples depend on mapping how their coastal ports and continental roads configure with singapore's hub (yes it is true that probably only panama and places responsible for the suez canal have quite such a geographical uniqueness to value). Maybe American people cannt learn directly ftom singapore or maube they could start asking is the way our 40 plus states and federal investment budgets designed reklevant to a owrld of 4000 time smore communicatyuons technolgies where the virtal and real waves of trade need to be intergated naturally - not so much by a legal constitution wriiten in the stone oif amendments and ruled over by nine of the supreme elders of the nation  






Back in 1976 the new curicula of Entrepreneuria Revolution clarified that major legal constitutions of weestrn organsiation would need mashup:

yes the corpiorate is the only form that scales-(positove income model permiting reinvestment) that does nkot mean that quarterly profit-taking is sustainable or purposeful as a sole audit o leadership
yes if a government has unbiassed back from future staffing may be able to preventy a nation's or a world's people from being traped by vetsed interst monoploies and historically tazes have been how society funds its love for all its peoples driven by empowering youth to improve the human lot- but governments histiorically are not leaders of innovation actual engineering 
yes if a charity lives and elarns with an extremely disadvanatged group it may know more than experts particularly those who eg may have priovilieged infrastructire whuich the duadvantaged dont have- but the ris is to keep funding istelf leaders if the ngo spend time on advicating in top circles not ubderstanding thos at their bottiom 
Big natiosn were mist likely to suffer from failing to adapt to ER as 4000 times more communstaions etchnolgu linked us in. IN small comoact island natiobns people interact naturally- silo-busting is relatiuvely easy as long as the poeple keep celebrating that  
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