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my dad washington dc 1 301 881 1655 welcomes your suggestions by category -
he is helping people assemble moocs :  1 2  made up of training modules maximum of 12 minutes length that millions of youth can interact to create jobs and make the first net generation the most heroic, collaborative and productive time for youth worldwide. I am the third generation to be passionate about this since grandad and dad
first got involved with online education experiments in 1972 and developed the genre of entrepreneurial revolution in The Economist with purpose of wholly transforming systems design to the benefit of the net generation
Building on 41 years of valuing net generation's heroic goals, Norman Macrae Family Foundation partnering projects include  Discuss some joyful stories - eg 1 2 3 4


 My favorite Khans include

My favorite coursera include University of Melbourne -

Generating the Wealth of Nations

Apr 29th 2013
One of most timely courses of year -Foundation for Pro-Youth economics -one day examiners in separate subjects of history and economics will be told to go back to the drawing board- they could best start here- as our futures live in a boderless world, I feel very sorry for students who pay to be examined in anti-youth economics and history told from perspective of isolated nationhood

I am looking for curriculum that lives up to Obama's "bend the curve" on the affordability of healthcare -we are nowhere near liberating the knowledge the yes we can generation was promised back in 2008 but so far this is as good as I can find John Hopkins     Community Change in Public Health  - we are searching hard for people with 12 minutes insights which wish to collaborate especially as Grameen already hosts a real-space 3 year curriculum of free nursing

Have great expectations for Foundations of Virtual Instruction 30 sept 2013 Cindy Carbajal UC Irvine : Learn what it takes to teach a K-12 course online! Investigate the history of virtual education, explore innovative tools, and examine key issues related to K-12 virtual instruction.

My favorite yunus videos 5th grade inclue my favorite yunus videos up to 10th grade  my favorite yunus videos for all hi-trust leadersmy favorite videos by friends of sir fazle abed  my favorite videos of partners of taddy blechers free university in s africa

 my favorite videos of other job creating educators

JB training at JP Morgan

    Extract of Muhammad Yunus Vision 10th Skoll world championships April 2013



    When Khan stands up and talks about his Khan Academy, or I read about him or listen to his speeches- it always come to my mind: we won't need Oxford any more! - the whole world will be one big Oxford, we need only one global university --- the best!?!


    2012's Two pro-youth gamechangers in education


    • basic curricula can now be distributed to millions of youth simultaneously , free, online - the  model
    • youth can individually try out exercises online 365/24/7 - these are  designed by topic clusters as per a text book and are linked to training modules -  model


    please note exact tools, dynamics of both of these platforms and other platforms are changing very fast - for example khan's impact may vary from its basic free service to  swarming skype tutors by practice area around the content it has put up 365/24/7  . To keep uptodate, we offer a monthly newsletter tracking free online education's gamechangers . We also welcome collaboration around a "youtube tag" we call moocyunus

    A Good News Media 

    Join us in demanding Murdoch sponsors a brainstrust on pro-youth media before London Olympics - Youtube A1

    B 2010s Youths Most Productive Decade 

    Join us in demanding pro-youth economists - Youtube B1  

    Join schools empowering student competitions on community's most urgent needs and solutions 
    Norman Macrae Family Foundation usa 301 881 1655- enjoys helping people develop content for 9 year olds up on social business system design & Job Creation made famous by Bangaldeshi microcredits since 1976;
    We Create What We Want.
    We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
    We achieve what we want to achieve. 
    We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
    We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
    We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
    We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
    Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
    Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
    Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
    They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
    The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
    Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
    Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
    Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
    Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” 
    Source :
    Summit is economics purpose to free people-...





    Exciting 2011 everyone! from our family foundations association

    rsvp skype chrismacraedc washington DC 1-301 881 1655 with your most exciting goal for 2020 or collaboration netgen project

    works in progress : mailing new journal of joyful economics from dr yunus to 3000 leaders and lots of youth before yunus testifies to congress (spring 2011) as genius microeconomist of global village decade, & in time to celebrate 40th birthday of Bangladesh 

    from 2011 corespondent registration is welcome at ; Thanks to all who sent good news from exciting event of 2010 

    Summit is economics purpose to free people-... DC20004 worldtrade centre: obama e-summit Monica Yunus NY10012

    Jamii Bora Kenya Nai 00202

    Some favourite netgen connections 1984-2010


    1984 netfuture

    www eco 1 2 3

    chris macrae family foundations skype chrismacraedc  DC 1-301 881 1655


    2010s Youth's Most Exciting Decade 

    Our family foundation is concerned with the net generation's most productive possibilities since 1976.  , and an association of FF, that specilises in 4 types of investment aimed at renewing youth economics and community building. Our 4 investment types:

    • SB100 by Muhammad Yunus (the pure Social Business model -greatest innovation in end poverty world & capable of mediating Global Grameen to be as central vision partner of Asia Pacific's Sustainability Open Sourcing Century 1976-2075 as Coke in American's consumption century (1876-1975). The world's favourite barnd for century depends on going as far as possible beyond zero-sum - Grameen's good fortune is to imprint a decade that can economically unite more youth dreams than coke could begin to imagine let alone realsie.   Since freedom as a new nation in early 1970s, Bangaldesh's SB maps have developed into number 1 collaboration entrepreneur nation with over 100 million youth and elders. Their priority with mobile tech is Job Creation solutions & transfering life critical social services from being powered over by state to empowered by healthy community building society.   Benchmarking quality and value multipliers around The SB model is pivotal to exciting 2010s be your focus: end poverty, create jobs or innovate most uniquely purposeful organistional networks - data reference
    • SB51-99 which are system designs also capable of sustaining the most purposfeul organisations and networks -data referwnce
    • Small gifts to people whose passion (eg MY) may convert into SB51-100 and change what youth heroises - techincal reference and
    • Prizes or parties that may change education or media or economics - we use the Norman Macrae Foundation -or any worldwide trusted microeconomist's surname of a citizen's youth has permission to do so.  


    SB100  .       18 meetings and 7 visits to Dhaka  - our family made a small social business investment ($1000)  in the entrepreneurial organisation led by Mrs Begum, a co-founder of Dr Yunus whose tenacious modesty is such that she tells me off when I call her the mother of mocrocredit- but who else is. Our investment purpose at Grameen Shikka scholarships for secondary schoolong of girls. All of our family are delighted to see how the social business of scholarships for girls now interfaces with such top 20 gols for 2010 as social business partnerships focused on end nurseless villages and plant peer to peer apprenticeship & job centres run by and for youth. Anyone who thinks the latter could only happen in Bangladesh really ought take a trip to Kenya's Jamii Bora, a system that Queen Sofia of Spain urges 50 s. hemisphere urban capitals with slums to test out now! help us map what other sbs can collaborative kenya can help change the world with
     SB51-99   We believe the most collaborative entrepreneurial revolution network of hubs designed round SB51-100 modeling can help dr yunus and all who want to make the 2010s exciting races to millennium goals come true.   Our 1984 STORYBOARDS of an internetworking world    Changing communications, and what makes people distant, bossy, etc  Changing national politics    Changing economics    Changing employment    Changing education 
     Gifts    New York : Sing for Hope- Arts Peace Corps founded by Opera Singers (eg Monica Yunus) -purpose= most relevant way artists & world citizens can mobilise after 9/11
     Prizes, parties   

     London Party : 16 Novemeber 2010, boardroom The Economist

    Glasgow Party : Independence Day July 4 - 500 people share in yunus 7th decade birthday wishes with special thanks to the principal of Glasgow University (and apologies for absence from principal of Glasgow Caledonian)

    Yunus Entrepreneurial Revolution Projects entrusted to Auld Alliance of Scotland and France


    Grameen Caledonian Nursing College - mission using free univesrity model ensure no village of 2020 is without a nurse- celebrate first professor of te social business union of microhealth & microcrredit

    Grameen Glasgow University Project - sample 3000 leaders with journal of job creating economics

     Grameen Glasgow Uni Project - open source a new curriculum of economics that every person should have access to before they have an account with an old debt-entrapment bank

    Glasgow Caledonian project - dialogue what changes of law are needed so that safe banking can network around Europe before the Euro collapses


    .Projects in Paris France Portal connecting 50000 youth entrepreneurs virtually and reunion of 3000 in paris annually- discuss most exciting subject - how to fundraise for youth's 20 most exciting goals for 2020

    Connect danone position in milk foods to micro-agriculture projects of all kinds needed to feed world's children; use influence of france to change EU agriculture where this policy has spun unintended hunger crises onto poorest peoples

    HEC business school- celebrate first social busienss professor of markets for the poor- interestingly HEC also situates Europe's leading brand professor whose mastermind subject is haute couture markets

    Involve royal familes across europe (eg luzembourg, spain, monaco) in fundraising for banks for the poor through the institution Grameen Credit Agricole

    Clean water for the world with Grameen Veolia

    Ask President Sarkozi how youth out of france can help him and everyone else join in 2010s most exciting decade

    Grandad would chuckle at the extreme microeconomics irony of being known after life as the unacknowledged giant; this is how dad explains such happiness to me

    every christmas I grew up through we had games party with family friends that ended with the pencil and paper game of consequences; we replayed that on dad's 85th birthday party at the royal automobile club in Saint James

    Optimistic Norman Macrae Met Joyous Muhammad Yunus NM said to MY MY said to NM

    They did ...

    The world said ...

    The consequence was ...

    and they left me & youth generation with a big question - what family foundations to invest micro amounts in so we all interconnect 2010s most exciting decade- come back to see my progress or lack - JOSB ..  egrameen


    The unacknowledged giant
    The unacknowledged giantPlayAdd to Playlist
    British Ambassador to Tokyo: changed the trade & investment links between Britain and Japan
    Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future
    Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit;  
     India Times - Prophet of Change ; New Statesman "entire career at The Economist" ; Matt Ridley - death of a great optimist
    London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ; Pot-TEX : a giant of journalism
    Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget

    Among several ways in which global economics has become irrational bordering on insanity, the devaluation of the productive impacts families compound is obscene. There's barely an innovation that advanced the human that would exist without having been nurtured by family as society's deepest microcultural force for good. If you agree- or just want to debate these sentiments - please get in touch. (washington dc  301 881 1655   ) -Association of Family Foundations - skype chrismacraedc

     Why not support a yunus global assembly - macrae family proudly supports yunus glasgow-worldwide assemblies in any way we can 1 2

    Norman Macrae Family Foundation usa 301 881 1655- enjoys helping people develop content for 9 year olds up on social business system design & Job Creation made famous by Bangaldeshi microcredits since 1976;
    We Create What We Want.
    We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
    We achieve what we want to achieve. 
    We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
    We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
    We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
    We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
    Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
    Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
    Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
    They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
    The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
    Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
    Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
    Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
    Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” 
    Source :
     we also try to record history's conflicts from the people's view before mass media deletes the inter-generation learning that peace could have mapped as we go from a nation state age to what ever 21st Century will sustainably or unsustainably spin 
    Please ask your parents to contact my dad if your parents or sisters and brothers can help my mission. Simple way to help -
    host a cafe debate 1 2 on why we 12 year-olds need is celebrations of change agents - thank you obama thank you for using your
    09 presidential awards to celebrate 16 humans worth communing around : Yunus & 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 -but why no FA 
    what's the most wondrous google you can ask us to put here - eg girl power
    Isabella writes: I officially started teenager networking, in search of hi-trust banks and other community sustaining stuff -  on Valentines Day 2010 though we started sponsoring micropublishing of world citizen guides including the first worldiwde directory of entrepreneurial hubs in 2007 and my grandad helped host a luncheon party the day after with dr yunus the day after my birthday in 2008 and an all day day-after- 69th birthday party with dr yunus in dhaka on 29 june 29 help us turn Yunus 69th birthday report into living document - wow a club for schools teaching microcrdit 

    .Murdoch OutFoxes mass media part 1




     IWM: born 69th birthday dialogue of dr yunus hosted by Sofia Bustamante       microeconomist - hope to see yuNus at

     IWM : yunus centre opened on dr yunus 69th birthday; celebration of all his networks achievements to and invitatations to survey goals for sustainainability's greatest games that can be played on gameboards of 12 Collaboration Partnering systems -each game's centre of gravitational governance is a MicroBanks of Social Business (invented 1983 by Bangladeshi Law). 100 Congressmen agreed with Microcreditsummit's Sam Daley Harris that the premier league of MicroBanks started 2010s with teams : Grameen (Bangla), BRAC (Bangla), Jamii Bora (Kenya)  yambassador -is also a yunus network emerging from a 69th birthday wish 

    YUQueenSofiaSpain IWM: Voted Favourite 21st C Place Leader my by teenager peers; has thrice committed everything a monarch can to make microcreditsummit the greatest networking process of sustainability's world 

     YUasa   IWM busy with prep for june29, 2009 celebration of dr yunus 69th birthday and one-day Yes We Can youth dialogue

    IWM: had argument with teachers today as to whether safebanks exist in US; one day kids will mark teachers exam cards; til then better pretend my mindset has been brainwashed

    IWM: if another man is to get a Nobel P , vote for Sam
    IWM: If I could have 3 Nobel P wishes: urgently one for Ingrid, one for Benedicte, and one for whichever woman does most to connect sustainability2012 

    IWM: If Grameen Foundation can be started on $6000 loan, there's hope for us family foundations yet

     IWM: hi gdad - oh lucky man - reading Indian economics corresspondence course as a teenager while waiting to navigate RAF planes out of Dhaka; married daughter of Sir KK Bar of London barrister who spent 25 years connecting round gandhi (from imprisoning him to writing up laws of India's Independence; The Economist's founder of entrepreneurial revolution networks 1976 - so why didn't Mirpur publish his 2008 xmas present to Dr Y in time for son of microcredit to connect

    IWM: UHU hope you met Yunus in Melbourne march 2010

    first entrepreneurial game for every teenager to be - open source gordon dryden, new zealand


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    Collaboration Partners with Youth's Futures: I have 21 days left to discuss with my teachers at our school 12 miles from the white house what should a pre-teen american know about how to ask questions copnnecting above- whether or not you can help in the next 20 days please contact my dad at info if you have any future ideas to free-the-knowhow of sustainable 12 year olds' futures of jobs:
    CP1 MICROSB Banks:  Where to click eg 1 to see -and then discuss-  social business founded in poorest communities between 1976 and 2005
    CP2 FOUNDATIONS 2.0: Apart from Nike, which other Foundations empower the girl effect; and apart from ending nurseless villages what girl jobs do networks who value girl effect help co-create
    CP12 Collaboration ChangeWorldNets : How do netizens continue to share research started in london on 2006 on most trusted collaboration entrepreneurs and the geatest human goals ever mediated
    CP11 DigiYouth Job Creation - if youth and cities do no priortise sustainable job creation what is the point fo capitals? Why can't every city have a for school children to visit?
    6:10 pm est 

    Friday, January 8, 2010

    who in the world of women and yunus links youth job creation out of meta-capitals NY & london
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    Economics has a black hole which needs filling first in london and new york of a panel of say 10 women who get it; get that civilisation & youth microentrepreneur discovery of self collapses if you devalue family and community too much;

    alexis you can use your ability as an essayist to go see which women in new york want to be interviewed on their subject - does wendy kopp the founder of teach for america want to be? is there anyone still at the hunger project who gets it the way lynne twist did-

    Do either of the novogratz’s at ted or acumen get it?

    I am sure that you two can start making a list then I can ask people like heather booth and sam daley harris if they have one contact


     january 09’ wsih to yunus at NY sheraton towers to compile first 1000 social business web & a lot of talk , yunus youth ambassador ... social business student clubs are absolutely needed 2010-11
    primary goals - something you would want to peer to peer network around town and to be compatible with new yunus book that clive is publishing
    assume you would form a bookclub of at least 20 peers if gives you the book
    will be up in new york on 20 january; meeting isn't essential to decide this but can meet if you want to
    The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs
    The Nobel Peace Prize-winner shows how the social business model can harness the entrepreneurial spirit to address poverty, hunger, and disease

    Muhammad Yunus, the practical visionary who pioneered microcredit and, with his Grameen Bank, won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, has developed a visionary new dimension for capitalism which he calls "social business." By harnessing the energy of profit-making to the objective of fulfilling human needs, social business creates self-supporting, viable commercial enterprises that generate economic growth even as they produce goods and services that make the world a better place.

    In this book, Yunus shows how social business has gone from being a theory to an inspiring practice, adopted by leading corporations, entrepreneurs, and social activists across Asia, South America, Europe and the US. He demonstrates how social business transforms lives; offers practical guidance for those who want to create social businesses of their own; explains how public and corporate policies must adapt to make room for the social business model; and shows why social business holds the potential to redeem the failed promise of free-market enterprise. family foundation chris macrae  301 881 1655  301 881 1655

    anyone Celebrating this event?

    January 20, 2010 | 6:00 PM | 20 Fifth Avenue, 5th Floor | New York NY 10001 RSVP

    A new movement called philanthrocapitalism promises to save the world by applying a market-based perspective to various social and economic challenges. How well can this approach solve the complex and nuanced goals of fundamental social transformation? Some argue that philanthrocapitalism is a new and innovative way to breathe life and resources into the causes for which we advocate. Others maintain that business-based solutions are based on an entirely different set of principles, and will never inspire the collaborative spirit necessary for true change.

    Join us for the book launch of Small Change: Why Business Won't Save the World by Demos Distinguished Senior Fellow Michael Edwards. Edwards will be joined by The Economist's Matthew Bishop, author of Philanthrocapitalism: How Giving Can Save the World and the upcoming The Road from Ruin: How to Revive Capitalism and Put America Back On Top. The authors will draw upon their recent books to discuss and debate the costs and benefits of philanthrocapitalism in tackling our toughest social problems, both in the US and globally.

    About the Speakers:
    photo Michael Edwards is a Distinguished Senior Fellow at Demos and author of the newly published Small Change: Why Business Won't Save the World. Edwards is a writer and activist based in upstate New York. He is currently a Senior Visiting Scholar at the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, and is also affiliated with the Brooks World Poverty Institute at Manchester University in the UK. From 1999 to 2008, he was the Director of the Ford Foundation's Governance and Civil Society Program in New York. Prior to the Ford Foundation, Edwards worked at the World Bank, Oxfam-GB, Save the Children-UK and other NGOs in Washington DC, London, Colombia, Zambia, Malawi, and India. His writings have helped to shape a more critical appreciation of the global role of philanthropy and civil society, and to break down barriers between researchers and activists across the world.
    photoMatthew Bishop is New York Bureau Chief for The Economist, and previously served as its London-based Business Editor. His 2008 book, Philanthrocapitalism: How Giving Can Save the World, is a positive analysis of the role of private money in achieving social change. Bishop's  new book, The Road from Ruin: How to Revive Capitalism and Put America Back On Top, will be released this month. He is also the author of several Economist special survey supplements, including "The Business of Giving," which looks at the industrial revolution taking place in philanthropy, "Kings of Capitalism," an analysis of the private-equity industry, smong others. Before joining The Economist, Bishop was on the faculty of London Business School. He was also on the Advisors Group of the United Nations International Year of Microcredit 2005, and has been honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

    This event will be webcast live at Light refreshments will be served.

    To RSVP, click here, or contact Jinny Khanduja at or



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    Sustainability Collaboration Partner (CP) Type 2010.1  


    GG Alumni –system exp

    1 Social Business Microeconomics case Replicator

    Grameen Bank – has about 50 microeconomic franchises to replicate around the world in addition to  the famed microcredit banking for the poor. These range from the most economic village model of solar energy to exciting applications of mobile

    Grameen Staff (though some are all of 1-12), Cure2Children

    2 Global Corporate Brands

    Danone started the most extraordinary revolution in global branding by partnering Grameen . This shows that world class brands can go way beyond the era of greenwashing - how many other corporate brand partners in sustainability do you expect Grameen to make by the end of 2010.?Current registered list 6; current pilot list about 14.

    Danone, Veolia, BASF, Otto, Adidas

    3 University Yunus Centres

    About 7 Universities have so far joined forces with Yunus in contributing parts of the missing business curriculum of freeing global markets to value sustainability and collaboratively empowering local community building. Europe leads the way with 3 – USA hopes to catch up with extraordinary California Centre opening end Feb 2010.

    Hec, AIT, CSUCI, Glasgow Caledonian, Berlin Free, Kyushu, Ryoko

    4 DigiYouth Job Creation Labs & Forums

    Since 1984 economists have forecast that technology will be used in the 2010s to create or destroy a billion jobs and the way youth are empowered to co-create is pivotal. As yet only Dhaka youth get this  microentreprenurial challenge –at least that is what the head of the Nobel judges came to celebrate with 1000 youth there summer 2008. Can you help the moderator of Dr Yunus 69th birthday party  and co-moderator of dvd 10000  map where other youth & digital job creation labs are rising?

    Youth Job Creation: Londoncreativelabs, san germignano;

    Digi: GrameenSolutions, scout24, SAP

    5 Place Leaders – with governments lagging in collaboration leadership around resolving climate crises, who are the leaders in your place who are standing up for popular votes to return sustainability around the globe. Please note this issue is a huge one for true collaboration friends of Dr Yunus because Bangladesh is most likely to be the first 100 million nation to be washed away if we twiddle our climate clicking fingers too long with out coordinating action

    Credit where credit is due – the royals hunt of the sun across Europe is one of the most encouraging place leadership networks for sustainability we have seen with Prince Albert in Monaco and Prince Charles in the UK networking funds and prizes. Traditional microcredit royals expected to join in are Queen Sofia of Spain and Prince Guillaume in Luxembourg. Please send us news of your nation’s hall of sustainability fame leaders.

    Duchy of luxembourg, mayor of milan by videocast, Governor of Caldas, Ministers for Albania

    6 Social Business Funds Leaders

    Three cheers for the geographical region of France leading the way on this with the first fund being one of Danone’s contributions , next 2 funds emerging around the Grameen Credit Agricole partnership and Monaco

    Islamic Development Bank, IFAH investment fund, grameen credit agricole, grameen capital india

    7 Social Business festivals timed to snap with your capitals number 1 photo call of the 2010s.

    Berlin trailed social business festivals during its 20th fall of the wall celebrations in 2009; London is asked by Dr Yunus to be the biggest SB festival of the early 2010s; cities are queuing up to form a collaborative millennium goal SC festival circle in 2015 with Milan taking a lead

    Fall of wall-grameencl, autostadt, Kyoto Forum

    8 Global branded foundations that get social business dollars recycling is far more economic that one time charitable spends

    Nike Foundation is a lead example with their Girl Effect brand putting up $5mn in a partnership connecting Grameen Nurse Institute with the worldwide race to end nurseless villages

    Nike (not present at Wolfsburg)

    9 World Hero Stages Beyond Tigers –its a strange media world when 50 types of sporting sensations can become world famous overnight but so few world cups exist for sustainability games heroines and heroes

    As yet, Nobel is the only stage with world reach equal to any of the sporting world cups- what will be the second world stage to join in?

    Not present at Wolfsburg

    10 Citizen hubs needed to quality control open source replication of social business franchises and help traditional causes convert  has been looking for citizen hubs to start this with monthly 100 meetings- as yet sustainability capital clubs haven’t emerged the way social capital and internet clubs celebrated the start of the 00’s

    Yunusforum, worldtoilet, Menschen for Menschen

    11 Collaborative Advantage of Nations- if Adam Smith was alive today, surely collaboration is the great network economics age advantage and the way to go above zero-sum in the way most global professions haven’t yet understood

    Bangladesh France and Germany seem to be the lead countries in collaborative advantage of nations with India looking a serious contender- more reports needed!

    As group with critical mass :delegates from Bangladesh, France and Germany (includes BDI)

    12 Trillion Dollar Audit value multiplication or communications partnering system integrity – innovation advisers and partner scouts on freeing global market sectors ruled by systems that are too big to fail

    As yet Dhaka is the capital en route to every other sustainability capital – where will be the second capital that professions transform to value compound future rising instead of crashing

    Yunus,  vivaldi partners, impact international, worldclassbrands, alan mitchell, Karl Webber Literary, Alan Webber, grameen america

    Traditional microcredit financial experts : Grameen Foundation, Grameen Trust, Grameen Jameel

    As yet unclassified: Boehringer Ingelheim, Deutsche Telecom, Freshfields Bruckhaus, Systain Consulting, Unicredit, Baumax, UNHCR,...

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    this latest boardgame goes alongside education change mail we are going to read through -collaboration the new innovation advantage of microeconomic networks Year by year since 2005 WCBN & I have had a go at worldwide brand decoding yunus mindset of how YES 12 collaboration partners CAN multiply value eg 2006 Breakthrough - for first time in the world triangularisation of a
    • nobel world stages (2010s world's most famous heroes ain't tiger no more),
    • total corporate brand responsibility Grameen (ie Global Village) Danone
    •  Grameen Micro Social Business System Bank- 33 years of microeconomics franchises that compound 10 times more economic local/community exponentials of sustainable growth
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      "Year by year since 2005" involves  a hidden expert way because part of WCBN 1995 book on global brand partnerships is very unpopular involving forbidden questions - our practice of world class brand system theory maps Your & Our minds as neural networks of identifiers that can be changed completely if someone puts one slogan in yours that is not in mine and which is central to how you parse everything; I am not saying its a precisely right explanation (indeed I prefer not to present such subliminal stuff  directly because as a Cambridge MA in statistics I dont want to spend my life arguing with psychologists as well as numbers men) - but in practice the busier peoples minds are the more it explains how their minds SET and why they hate unlearning- and one of our great problems as videoed at Yunus RAC lunch is that uk and usa macroeconomists would prefer to destroy sustainability of world than need to unlearn in front of masses). We can survey whether that’s the case of all economist shareholders or not as we have been since I requested help to do this at be the change 2005 The case for freeing global markets to transparently value sustainability and integrating as maths people do from details up not global standards downyunus puts it like this (red text) in his speech to india parliament earlier this month The social business is a non-loss, non-dividend company dedicated entirely to achieving a social goal.  (If your head knows this system design works it will never be the same again in how it manages or brands or action learn teamworks anything- the world's most purposeful organisational systems can be designed, innovated and collaboration partnered this way) The wonderful promise of social business makes it all the more important that we re-define and broaden our present economic framework.  We need a new way of thinking about economics that is not prone to creating series of crises; instead, it should be capable of ending the crises once for all.  Now is the time for bold and creative thinking—and we need to move fast, because the world is changing fast.  The first piece of this new framework must be to accommodate social business as an integral part of the economic structure.  AND something I realise about you sofia -like many of the greatest open space facilitators -  is unless you feel the game's language is as much you as anyone else (even yunus) you wont use compared with other stuff you are spinning (in other words I might as well spend the next 5 weeks getting on with a book than assuming we will get a gameboard brochure that is yours as much as anyone's in the world) actually one of my biggest problems is the labeling the CP12 and particularly the label that is most you which I am provisionally calling  CP11 DigiYouth Pervasive job creative culture
    the sustainability games opportunity to choose cp11 in language that unites way yunus perceives this value multiplier, the way you identify london creative labs, the way that tech wizards including tav can use technology for the poor as well and the worldwide to collaboratively create a billion jobs the big news of 2008 was the opening of the nobel museum in dhaka which tav you and I saw  - the first use of nobel name outside nordica and the fact that the nobel judge spoke to 1000 bangladeshi youth congratulating them on being in on the epicentre of digiyouth culture -the yellow nobel grameen leaflet Isabella and I have asked you and mostofa to curculate 100s of round london this is where all kazi and yunus stories on the majority of future jobs will have to be created microentrepreneurially by youth not by an education system that says if you come top of some obscure set of historical exams that now cost 250000$ for harvard to administer to you and put you in permanent debt - there will be global-down top jobs waiting for you; as kazi said even those in bangladesh that go to university find there are few jobs for them  -or as yunus says in his speech to indian parliament  LISTEN TO YUNUS IN INDIA AGAIN ON DIGIYOUTH CULTUREGrameen Bank encourages children of Grameen families to go to school.  It offers education loans to them to pursue higher education.  There are more than 42,000 students who are currently pursuing their education in medical schools, engineering schools, and universities financed by education loans from Grameen Bank.  We encourage these young people to take a pledge that they will never enter job market to seek jobs from anybody.  They'll be job-givers, not job seekers.  We explain to them that their mothers own a big bank, Grameen Bank.  It has plenty of money to finance any enterprise they wish to float—so why waste time looking for a job working for someone else?  Instead, be an employer, rather than an employee. Today, Grameen Bank is a nationwide bank serving the poor in every single village of Bangladesh.  It has 8 million borrowers, 97 per cent of whom are women.  The bank is owned by the borrowers.  Nine of the thirteen members of the board of directors are elected by the borrowers as shareholders.  Grameen Bank lends out over $ 100 million a month in collateral-free loans averaging about $ 200.  Poverty Belongs in Museums
    Every human being is born into this world fully equipped not only to take care of himself or herself, but also to contribute to the well being of the world as a whole. Some get the chance to explore their potential, but many others never get the chance to unwrap the wonderful gifts they were born with. They die with those gifts unexplored, and the world remains deprived of their contribution.

    Grameen has given me an unshakeable faith in the creativity of human beings and the firm belief that human beings are not born to suffer the misery of hunger and poverty.
    We can create a poverty-free world if we collectively believe in it—a world in which the only place you would be able to see poverty is in poverty museums. Some day, school children will be taken to visit these poverty museums.  They will be horrified to see the misery and indignity that some human beings had to go through. They will blame their ancestors for tolerating this inhuman condition for so long

    Putting Today’s Powerful Technology to Work
    The world today is in possession of amazingly powerful technology.  That technology is growing very fast, becoming more powerful every day.  Almost all of this technology is owned and controlled by profit-making businesses.  All they use this technology for is to make more money, because that is the mandate given to them by their shareholders.  Imagine what we can achieve if we use of this same technology to solve the problems of the people!

    Technology is a kind of vehicle.  One can drive it to any destination one wants.  Since the present owners of technology want to travel to the peaks of profit-making, technology takes them there.  If somebody else decides to use the existing technology to end poverty, it will take the owner in that direction. If another owner wants to use it to end diseases, technology will go there.  The choice is ours. Present theoretical framework does not give this choice. Inclusion of social business creates this choice.

    One more point to ponder – there will be no need to make an either/or choice.  Using technology for one purpose doesn’t make it less effective for serving a different purpose. Actually, it is the other way around.  The more diverse use we make of technology, the more powerful it gets.  Using technology for solving social problems will not reduce its effectiveness for money-making use, but rather enhance it.

    The owners of social businesses can direct the power of technology to solve our growing list of social and economic problems, and get quick results.
     Social business gives everybody the opportunity to participate in creating the kind of world that we all want to see.  Thanks to the concept of social business, citizens don't have to leave all problems in the hands of the government and then spend their lives criticizing the government for failing to solve them.  Now citizens have a completely new space in which to mobilize their creativity and talent for solving the problem of our time. Seeing the effectiveness of social business governments may decide to create their own social businesses or partner with citizen-run social businesses, and/or incorporate the lessons from the social businesses to improve the effectiveness of their own programmes.

    Governments will have an important role to play in the promotion of social business.  They will need to pass legislation to give legal recognition to social business and create regulatory bodies to ensure that transparency, integrity, and honesty are ensured in the social business sector.  They can also provide tax incentives for investing in social businesses as well as for social businesses themselves.
     During the current financial crisis, the falsity of the old assumption became even more visible. While big conventional banks with all their collateral were collapsing, microcredit programmes, which do not depend on collateral, continued to be as strong as ever.  Will this demonstration make the mainstream financial institutions change their minds ?  Will they finally open their doors to the poor?

    I am quite serious about this question.  When a crisis is at its deepest, it can offer a huge opportunity.  When things fall apart, that creates the opportunity to redesign, recast, and rebuild.  We should not miss this opportunity to redesign our financial institutions.  Let’s convert them into inclusive institutions.  Nobody should be refused access to financial services.  Because these services are so vital for self-realization of people, I strongly feel that credit should be given the status of a human right.
    The more time you spend among poor people, the more you become convinced that poverty is not created by poor people.  It is created by the system we have built, the institutions we have designed, the concepts we have formulated.  Poverty is an artificial, external imposition on a person.  And since it is external, it can be removed. YunusForum Social Action Business team slogan approved by yunus: impossible becomes possible when right people time place action(sofia as first anchor woman of social business ) From micropublishing world citizen collaboration entrepreneur guides since summer2006 I think you and I know darn well that youth epicentres of cp11 are around yunus (begum-islm), around you, lucknow, taddy blecher, new zealand, sanpatrigano, kenya's jamii bora, some harrison owen alumni, Eva Vertes in medicine, hopefully CSUCI LA etc though I am not sureanyone has mapped where the tech-youth epicentres (probably parts of china and bangalore) joyful new decade to you & londoners players of sustainability boardgameschris macrae 301 881 1655 isabellawm family foundation skype isabellawm Entire Education in the world must be concerned with the affairs of the age - luckNOW
      footnote on year by year since 2005 Year by year since 2005" involves  a hidden expert way because part of WCBN 1995 book on global brand partnerships is very unpopular involving forbidden questions - our practice of world class brand system theory maps Your & Our minds as neural networks of identifiers that can be changed completely if someone puts one slogan in yours that is not in mine and which is central to how you parse everything; I spent 23 years coming to this inconvenient  mapmaking conclusion both building millions of hours of interview data on social needs in 40 countries (particularly muslim women as our french-global company Novaction's main client was unilever in south asia) using the first database software (MIT's express by urban and silk) and doing early trials of how internet elearning does and doesnt work for something that pretentiously called itself the UK National Development project in Computer Assisted Learning which in those days was epicentred in leeds but has moved to Glasgow (and discussing the 1984 future history scenario book of dad's and mine which contrary to what yunus said in India’s parliament did predict the fall of the berlin wall within one quarter future accuracy However more relevantly today it forecast that worldwide sustainability would be determined by whether the world aligned around a cheerful noble prize winner in billion people tv reality shows connecting internet to search for billion of micro up jobs – chapter 6 of book I gave you and tav, and yunus back in jan 08

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