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tell us your 10 greatest innovations since 1946 -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com - we are playing devils advocatre here -  television has been jobs disastrous (was that inevitable?)

excluded: innovations we see as wrong turns eg nuclear fusion instead of photosynthesis;

left out expenisve health innovations as we would like literacy of eg how brac built 10 times lower cost healthcare; we do not believe in celebrating innovations that have put risk of sustainability of next generations in jeopardy; we are happy to publish alterantive views as long as they are peaceful ;

we believe education designed to make half of youth uneemplyable (jack ma) by 2030 needs the most urgent of innovations and collaborations across 3 generations - youth ie half of world under 30, parents and grandparents who may well determine the fate of humanity dutring the 1461 days that started with inauguration of trump-= as kissinger said whomever the leader of usa and china was during these 1461 days will likely be judged as best or worst leader of all times not something in between- as they say in the east leaders cant change until the peoples change so 7.5 billion people now have a lot of innovation to do

with what has become 1000+ more spent on communictations technologies now than in 1946- such a change in human budgeting only makes sense if life shaping serviecs become many times more affordable than in 1946- very few economists map this - the failure of professions to maintain hippocratic oath may yet be how globalisation was designed to ruin all of childersn futures the ortwellain scenario of big brotherdom- lets map little sister designs now wherever the S-word sustainability is talked  

 4th industrial revolution- universal computer in phone and blockchain-webs and PYP 17 collaboration goals- best jobs china and globalsustainable youth (PYP 17 goals) -return to nearly free education for greatest job creators and community buildersIR3 universal text mobile and microsolar - best jobs east and southIR2 worldwide web and personal computerschina diaspora supports over billion chines on mainland come out from behind wall and supertradeBRAC, sustainable charity, microfranchsies and girls designing life critical services from nothingmoon race and latin american POPsatellite letecommunicatuonsquality systems and microelectronics - east supertrains and superports -east

 television-

west 

jargon: blockchain ; jobs we mean livelihoods- the world is chaning to fast to believe any big organisation can guarantee lifetime employment and pensions- in any place or sector where that happens, people need entreprenyrail rfevolution - that is take back a markets by celebarting small enterprsies and mediating microfranchises; and open transparent platforms and societies  

PYP - youth need to be included in triangularisation of private public partnerships - which have all too often been greenwashed by televisual politicians in so-calleed democratic nations

 

we'd prefer the 17 sustainability goals to be called community collaboration goals- again the point is that youth will be those who see sustainability of our species lost if this is where all

the bad banking and badwill media is spiining us

 

 

Moonlanding; What would you have seen as giant leaps forward and backwards of 1970’s state of humanity

The Economist’s Keynsian sub-editor, Norman Macrae, published this checklist

Giant Leaps Forward with The Future

Arguably, the Gandhian view that nothing is impossible would come of age with collaboration networks blending human and computer memory

The sleeping giant of over 1 billion under employed people (China’s mainland) had woken up. Classical communism had been buried as it was seen to have starved over 40 million people. Clearly the industrial revolution had compounded very unequal geographical opportunities to be innovative with some people racing to the moon while over a third still had no electricity grids. It was time for the Chinese to come out from The Wall which had been erected because being the epicenter of world trade in the 1200 had gravitated too many threats from barbarians. MASS FLOURISHING: How would over a billion Chinese spice up the future of capitalism with their extraordinary Taoist belief in the human spirit?

 

Giant Leaps Backward with History

From being one of the most peace-loving of trading nations during the first half of the 20th century, America had turned violent and its people seemed far from happy and free – note how  psychiatrists were being employed in record numbers . Look at the violence embedded in how tv had spun mass media, its assassination of extraordinary leaders, its post-industrial military complex

 

Many macroeconomics short-term fixes such as paper currencies had become “disgracefulpolitical chinanery” – the opposite of improving the lot of our children’s children. The four major western constitutions corporation, hovernment, cariotoes, professions would not be the answer to billion of new jobs as network’s dealth of te cost of distance turned all of man’s previous borders int the greatest or risks. Economics most exciting challenge would be the entrepreneurial revolition of innovating new types of oragsaoitional partnerships which empowwered small enterprsied to once again be the bedrock of any free market [;ace and space.

 

In 1972, The Economist launched the 40 year future history competition – who would worldwide societies of 2012 value to be the greatest entrepreneurial revolutionary. In 2012, the answer for every economist grounded in celebrating improvement of the human lot was the extraordinary girls empowerment collaboration networks which sir fazle abed built as BRAC discovered how the world’s poorest mothers and daughters could build a nation to race out of extreme poverty and towards the most exciting sustainability goals of the human imagination.

 

FINAL EXAMINATION – WHITHER HUMANITY LITTLE SISRERS OR BIG BROTHERS?

Ironically goodwill valuation grounded in flourishing small enterprise and vibrant communities the world round  was not what the Washington Consensus had yet searched out. Subprimed rating agencies and big get bigger vested interests , spawning fake news advertising, were the  trenches that an ever more bipolar congress had fallen into. It would take the America son of a North Korean refugee family, and one of the greatest living health servants Jim Yong Kim to introduce this intrapreneurial revolution to the world bank – and hopefully all the West’s biggest markets for human development. That way could empower co-creation of 3 billion new jobs that millennials linked by an open learning economy would need to celebrate sustainability’s exponential goals around- through bottom up  action learning not over-examination of standard texts.

 

2013-2022 would be the most exciting tiems alive. Three generations – te half opf humans under 30, their parents and grandparents would determine the fate of our species. What will you linkin during the 1461 days that collaboration needs to over-trump competition if every little sisters future is the game economists and public servants are to regain Hippocratic Oaths...............................................................................................

in 2016, 2 young chinese ladiies accompanied me to the greatest privilege of my life (apart from birth of my daughter)

attending the 80th birthday party of my greatest living hero -sir fazle abed (who's your greaatest hero and why? rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com )

here is the souvenir document we were given of his 45 years and the greatest innovator of girls livelihoods-

we have inserted in the pink text - case studies in blue ; we welcome links ti any other way of studying the curriculum of girl empowerment  -see eg The Economist it wasnt microcredit it was brac

HAPPY 80th BIRTHDAY – Sir Fazle Abed, BRAC, Bangladesh

45 Years of Building the Most Valuable Network on Sustainability Youth’s Planet

1 RESILIENCE NOT JUST RELIEF –INNOVATION’s CORE OF BOTTOM-UP DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

The seeds of BRAC were planted in the efforts of Sir Fazle and friends to assist families affected by the Brola cyclone in 1970. BRAC was then officially established after independence, supporting refugees to rebuild their lives. At a critical early juncture , we abandoned our focus on relief and adopted a longer-term objective of development, opting to work side by side with community members for decades to come.

 

We do not ignore emergencies and their impact on people living in poverty. We build community preparedness and grassroots platforms that activate in natural disasters to minimize damage and to channel relief. Our goal is to help households bounce back better.

 

Better often means changes such as stronger infrastructure or new livelihoods for families that depend on agriculture, for example, and are therefore increasingly vulnerable to climate change.

 

As Bangladesh urbanizes, we have expanded our focus to include manmade disasters like fires and building collapses, most recently Rana Plaza in 2013.

 

Massive natural disasters internationally have triggered us to expand into new countries  like Haiti and Nepal to support national recovery the way we did in Bangladesh so many years ago

  

2 Healthy Lives and healthy futures

Doctors and hospitals were scarce in Bangladesh’s early days. We created an army of community-based entrepreneurs to bring medicine to every doorstep. Over time, the army became all female, challenging social norms and enabling women to access important products and information

 

We challenged the global health community by putting the life saving treatment for diarrheal disease in the “unqualified” hands of mothers, and generated evidence that they could use it effectively. We created a community-based tuberculosis control model, expanding over time to become the government’s largest partner in combating the disease.

The growing numbers of people living in poverty in urban areas face serios health risks, including maternal and infant mortality. Our network of healthcare entrepreneurs continues to ensure that women can access care safely, quickly, and with dignity.

 

Recent breakthroughs in cognitive science have shown that focusing on early childhood development has transformative effects over a lifetime. Pilot programmes are putting this research into action at the grassroots level

 

The primary challenge of healthcare now is less about access and more about quality. We  are building financial tools to continuously ensure more people can access services that meet their evolving health needs.

  

3 EDUCATION FROM LITERACY TO LEADERSHIP

We started by teaching basic literacy to adults, then realised we needed to start from the start.  We charged our non-formal primary schools as “second chances’ for people living in poverty especially girls. Our pedagogy focused on joyful learning, incorporating the best practices from around the world.

 

As students graduated from our schools. We felt a need for creative ways to continue learning beyond the classroom. Libraries offered reading materials, and adolescent clubs created safe spaces and opportunities to teach life skills.

 

Our focus moved towards quality, with universal access towards education in sight, through strategies such as teacher training and increased use of technology. We proactively recruited students with special needs and expanded our curriculum into multiple ethnic languages to ensure that our schools were successful to all children.

 

Our ultiimate goal is to build a nation, and for that we need leaders. That is where our focus is now – creating opportunities for youth to take responsibilities in programmes, as mentors, and as teachers themselves. Our university creates even more opportunities to contribute on a global scale. 

4 Financial Inclusion

We started by bringing people living in poverty together. We quickly learnt that what they needed most urgently was access to economic opportunities and financial services.

 

We brought women together into village organizations to organize credit and savings arrangements, and then used these meetings as a platform by delivering a wider range of services.

 

Over time, we expanded our reach to unserved populations, such as the “missing middle” (enterprises that were too large for the loans offered by microfinance but excluded from commercial banks) and a comprehensive grants based programme for people living with poverty, who could not benefit from microfinance.

 

We are now building a broader set of financial products, including insurance and pensions, and leveraging the growing ownership of mobile phones to use digital channels for financial services.

  

5 Market Solutions for the Poor

A fundamental driver is a lack of power – at the individual, household and community level alike... Power dynamics need to change in order for people living in poverty to realize their potential , and they only change when people do it themselves.

 

We promoted consciousness raising and empowerment from our earliest interactions with communities, inspired by teachings on social movements. We underestimated the complexity of power dynamics though and learned the hard way that we needed to create new organisations, where women could come together in solidarity. These community action groups became important social platforms; for example, supporting health workers who faced harassment for their services.

 

We widened our work over time to help people living in poverty to participate in formal government structures and leverage public services. We also increased our engagement with public official and village leaders to build wider support for women’s empowerment. These discussions have risen to the national level, where we advocate policies that support gender equality and human rights. Internally we have worked to build a female-friendly work environment and actively strive to recruit women.

 

Gender equality remains one of the greatest unfinished works of our generation, and an area in which we have to continue changing power dynamics. We still see that child marriage is the norm, sexual violence is pervasive, and women are under-represented in the workforce. 

6 Changing Power Dynamics

As we began to provide financial services to people living in poverty, we noticed that many rural communities did not have access to markets

 

We started building value chains, connecting thousands of farmers and artisans to national markets. We focused on silk, poultry, clothing and retail, in many cases the viability of new sectors in Bangladesh. The successful scaling up of one value chain often spawned new livelihood opportunities, from poultry vaccinations to artificial insemination for dairy cows.

 

Entrepreneurship is also a long standing part of our development approach. Over time we have built a national cadre  of local change agents, usually women, who receive training and support from us, but are paid for their services by their neighbours. These grassroots entrepreneurs distribute a wide variety of products and services, from sanitary napkins to high quality seeds.

 

As local and global labor markets offer new opportunities. We are supporting migrants to seek and finance work abroad safely,  and equip youth with in-demand skills

 

7 BRAC INTERNATIONAL

By 2002 we had over 30 years experience of piloting and perfecting programs, and scaling them to reach millions. The time had come to bring what we had learnt in Bangladesh to the rest of the world.

 

Relief and rehabilitation were immediate needs after war and natural disasters plunged millions into poverty in Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. We focused on peace and building stability through jobs, education and financial inclusion, continuing to put girls and women at the centre of opportunities.

 

We expanded into Africa four years later, starting development programs in Tanzania and Uganda. We continued to pilot, perfect and scale rapidly never losing focus on contextualising every opportunity created.....................................................................................

 

Opening now in 12 countries gives us a rich knowledge base to further our work in Bangladesh, while providing us with a global network in which to pilot new solutions for the world’s problems. In 2016, we create opportunities for one in every 50 people in the world. 
PREFERENTIAL OPTION POOR SYSTEM DESIGN TALKED IN LATIN AMERICA OF 1960s SCALED IN BANGLADESH:  
sir fazle abed started brac one year into the birth of bangladesh 100+ million person nation, with below zero financial or neighbor resources- the country was so poor that government service did not reach beyond the city to th 80+% of peoples living in vilages (ie no electricity grids, no running water or sewearge, in most cases muddy paths and rickshaws as the most powerful mode of transportraions- it was with these peoples that most of bangaldesh was developed and over 90% of family sustainability was empowred by girls- i find extraordinary that there isnt one college professor in the west who wholly understands how this greatest economic miracle of our life and times was networked) 

Fortune magazine this month named Jack Ma one of the world’s greatest leaders for 2017.

A key takeaway from Fortune‘s coverage is that “Ma is using his new platform in unexpected, invigorating ways, positioning himself as a champion of both free trade and philanthropy — and arguing that open digital marketplaces like Alibaba’s can power the world’s economy by enabling small businesses to reach an ever-expanding pool of customers.”

Reporter Adam Lashinsky wrote an in-depth profile Jack Ma for the magazine which you can read here.

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tv affiliates: up200.tv - nominate 200 trusted collaboration entrepreneurs; futurestocks.tv -SBE stockmarket is possible?; Passports.jp; Satyagraha

 

Please note: our editors chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk loves to hear of nominations for other individuals who merit being in the same hall of change fame and potential WCBN support as those above

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There are 4 future history endings to the 21st C. As my daughter is 9 year old: I find the first three of these compound futures utterly unacceptable and invite you to mail me at info@worldcitizen.tv if you do too:

Dinosaur: means the whole human species will be as dead as the dodo. Tell us who's "death of birth" story interests you most. I'm a fan of Chairman Ray Anderson, and this video. In it, he explains not only how all corporations -as key systems in  productive and demanding networks of human relationships - can help humanity prevent the "dinosaur ending" but also how those corporations who value human life will compound the most profits too. It's a myth that sustainability business investments don't do well by doing good. But what is required is consistent investment through time as all entreprenurial and economic systems are intended be, not exercises in how much can you reap or rape from the world every last quarter. All the true economists have mapped how healthy societies beget strong economies, NOT  vice versa.

Shark: means that there will be a world of less than a billion people, most enslaved to the greediest and nastiest men. It is not for nothing that the Spectre villains in James Bond films kept pet sharks. Sharks sense how to make a human or financial killing at many miles - they literally are the best at smelling blood as well as having  blood-thirsty greeds. I am by no means claiming that most large organisational boardrooms are populated by sharks. But as a mathematician and investigator of Unseen Wealth research I am weary of hearing over 20 years of protests that we are ignorant of the system law : if  leadership only optimises how much money speculators take out from the last quarter's spreadsheet,  the organisation's  purpose will be full of holes than a pantomime dame's leaking bucket. Worse over time what you exclude from governing a system is what you compound the destruction of. That's why any boardroom who does not want to see its business case transparently audited for sustainability henceforth swims with the sharks or is blinded by butterflies.

Butterflies tell the wrong stories about system or network models of how to map the whole before getting boxed into parts. Butterflies making system patterns sound complex or chaotic beyond human wit. Inconveniently, this gives the manager the perfect excuse to say that sytsem transformation cannot be succesful.  Their end consequence is also likely to end with less than a million beings living, but this time survivors wll all be back in the cave age.  As the world gets more interconnected, what we need to map is exactly how do get interconnected in each other's most vital compound risks or joys. We do need to prevent the next HIV from spreading virally beyond early cases especially if it is transmitted by contagious birds. Grassroots in frastructures needed little more than a primitive mobile telephone network around Tsunami coastlines to prevent deaths of thos who were 5 hours away from the wave even if those nearest the wave's origin could not have ben alerted. We need to reduce online degrees of separation to zero when the information to be passed through us humans is life critical in its flows. Conversely, there are many types of active learning that multiply value in use instead of gettin g consumed up the way in dustrial things always were. The two great untruths told by the butterfly brigade:

1) that there is one primary way of thinking or doing systems- by definition systemic approaches interface and integrate around molecular subsystems; one simple consequence of this organsiationally is a lot more interdisciplinary flows are needed for the  service economy  organsiational system to wholly empower trust and other entrepreneurial energies

2) that my life -or yours - will be impacted on the other side of the world by a butterfly flapping its wing. This ludicrous insult to logic should not however lead anyone to believe that we can lose all the world's rainforests and expect climate equilibrium to be sustained.

Lion-Child - and I would delight in hearing of other identifications, since this is the truly important story of the four and merits every type of cross-cultural rendering you all can imagine - is about the collaboration characters we will need to flourish if 6+ billion humans are to thrive. Quite a simple thing to achieve if we are as truly curious as a child, as courageous as a lioness in protecting her young, and cherish the pride in community wellbeing as much as lions do.


 

Ideas for 24 Goals for the 24 Days PowWow on will humanity invest in Sustainability in Time

I gather that some goals gave already been decided. Numbers do not denote order:
 
Activity Goals
G1 Plant 24 intercity hubs around the world using Islington hub and espian plex tools as  strawman infrastructure for local adaptation
 
G2 Demand that London's Mayor etc open up sufficient spaces in public building for 90 day summer debate of sustainability issues
 
G3 Develop a map of all hubs and learning houses - ie to include the 24 homegrown ones, and others out there eg Brazil has at least two www.catcomm.org
London has the house www.learninghouse.biz  
 
G4 Get the 24 hubs to start editing their own crisis learning travel guide that Sofia is producing 2007 version of which incidentally will include a start up map of hubs; other contents in this include Harrison Owen Open Space for children; Gandhi family debriefings from the world's largest school and 1 million oneworld alumni; challenges of starting up CIDA's free university
 
G5 How can we go beyond the learning guide to a meeting  format trialled by London and for replication in any city Learning500 (see mail of sat feb 3 addendum Sunita Gandhi)
 
G6 invite 24 days participants to nominate 15 entries of book of the 200 most trusted collaboration entrepreneurs of 2008 , with particular foci on the 7 sustainability crises which become irreversible if they're not turning round by 2012 see pic attached
 
G7 The top 4 outcome crises in the picture are a direct match with Larry Brilliant’s 4 main goals for progressing the work of google.org - how do we establish b ridges with that - he states these goals at this video minute 14 http://webcast.ucsd.edu:8080/ramgen/UCSD_TV/11645.rm
 
G8 How do we mobilise all new economists and sustainability investors around the empowerment development economics revolution Sir Nick Stern is leading which from May will be out of the London School of Economics- what London student networks already exist to interact positively with Sir Nick; how can we unite oxbridge and Indian alumni too (since eg Sir Nick's curricula is parallel to that Manmohan Singh has been pioneering since his Cambridge days in the 1950s and blends with the Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy of my father). How do we ensure that the debate on how to spend 1% of economies to save 20% does not get greenwashed by all the old vested interests; the worst scenario being that the 1% is wholly wasted while an image of saving the climate lulls us into false security
 
G9 How could we outline the definitive entrepreneurial, peace network (open systems , biomass) curricula that all new age universities and serve the world alumni need (eg blend this with the Sir Richard Branson entrepreneur school at Cida, the India alumni of city Montessori etc)    
 
G10 How do we popularise the 4 end states of sustainability - eg Dinosaur (death of birth), Shark (1 million enslaved by a few James Bond Spectre Villains), Butterfly probably 1 million cavemen through  telling system stories the wrong way (I'll never be impacted by a butterfly's wing but could from nuclear wave or terror wave or birdflu or Greenland unhinging) , LionChild (or whatever is your identity) of 6+ billion people collaborating around a higher order system of sustainability which fairly integrates every locality into globalisation. How do we own the vocabulary so that these 4 identities become part of worldwide chat.
 
G11 How do we identify journalist for humanity who care about at least one of the 7 above crises as reaching irreversibility by 2012 if we don’t fix them now
 
G12 How do we start developing supporters clubs around collaboration entrepreneurs connecting eg all the best ideas that Yunus is using - thegreenchildren.org - a British pop-spokesgroup for Grameen; the microcreditsummit as one of the top 10 world citizen meeting formats; the extension of microcredit as the perfect concept to clean up the banking market into other concepts designed to partner trillion dollar global markets until they stop externalising destruction of each market's deepest human purpose (see trillion dollar audit game - left an early copy with you, otherwise it will emerge at http://worldcitizen.tv and is backed up by the earlier book Alan was writing with me)