open learning year 2015 -year 44 of once in a generation entrepreneurial revolution

20 month Diary of Exchanges -please contact or if you can add to diary
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NB normally we start student year in September but 2014 to end 2015 is so extraordinary that we started our 4 hemisphere homework a little early and expect to continue it a little late eg Nov2015
May 2014 Tokyo University Beyond Capitalism Summit moderated ny Millennials Global Health
July 2014 3rd annual action debriefing of elearning with sir fazle abed (started after japan embassy and sir fazle abed hosted remembrance party to father Norman Macrae - the collaboration economist of net generation
July 2014 Young Africa Society Summit world bank
September 2014 Grameen Intel and IFAdDlaunch Big Data Mobiliesed for poorest farmers -UN week
September 2014 First Ladies Fashion4Development Luncheon starting last full UN year of Millennium Goals 1.0
October 2014 Youth Summit world bank
October 2014 Guest and VIP party World Bank End Poverty Tedx
October 2014 rural entrepreneurship - department of state and georgetown
Nov 2014 British Embassies Debriefs Youth  Education Friends in Washington DC and Jakarta
-open education experiments at UK's national development project for computer assisted learning started my father's entrepreneurial odyssey for the net generation in The Economist in 1972 -today it seems to be the last collaboration timeline left to #2030 goals of end poverty and livelihoods for next generation 

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Dear Embassy and pro-youth friends -Could I introduce you to Naila Chowdhury who is now a neighbour of mine and connector of women4empowerment networks and mobile tech purposes after 14 years of loyal service to Yunus technology networks. During my ten visits to Yunus in Dhaka my biggest eye-opener was when she explained how mobile technologists were moving over to Sir Fazle Abed - see eg While Telenor, George Soros, MIT and Dubai technologists had all begun with Yunus in 1996 with naila as first female director of grameen phone; BUT by end 2009 Yunus leadership team had lost all capacity to help biggest partners analyse collaboration threats ahead of time . This year 2014 Naila helped to organise these celebrations of Sir Fazle Abed which are particularly urgent for celebrating collaborations in global health, mobilising womens jobs (spreading nanocredit across Africa-Asia-Americas) and open learning :
***UN first ladies fashion networks- Prize for Sir Fazle Abed 
***World Bank TEDx - BRAC only end poverty ngo included in lineup:
  • Presenters | TEDxWBG
    Brazilian Claudia Costin, Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group ...D'Banj was born as Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo in the Northern city of Zaria, Kaduna -he's now Apple's ambassador for Beats...BRAC USA mobilizes resources for, provides strategic and programs services to, and ... Jim Yong Kim, M.D., Ph.D. is the President of the World Bank Group.

 Naila's friend who coordinates staging end poverty world bank tedx also helps Jim Kim leadership team design open learning campus - ie coursera partners in on-demand topics starting with climate risk, global health and freeing nursing colleges, youth summits monitoring public servants accountability, transparency and collaboration

The next 12 months to end 2015 offer once in a generation opportunities- what open training will worldwide youth be freed to access and peer to peer celebrate?
1 at world bank open learning campus?
2 at MD-Ethiopian-led yazmi - the elearning satellite for 5 billion Africans and asians- at mostofa and my annual elearning debrief  july 2014 with sir fazle was the topic he valued most; last year it was the who's who of open MOOC partnerships but in examining the acronym he said why not C for collaboration
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PS Dominic if you are currently based in Jakarta , should I send an email introducing you to the yokoi's founder of akira foundation in Tokyo. It celebrates their father's work and Tokyo's university millennials for health - their father became president of Toyota after building Toyota relationships in Indonesia for quarter of a century. Not everyone knows that Abdul Latif sponsor of many of MIT's end poverty labs is founded on wealth made from Toyota Franchise in Middle East. My experience during Yunus years of living dangerously since 2009 is that the Japanese Embassy in Dhaka that has been tireless in asking both Yunus and Sir Fazle Abed what moral and cross-cultural support (if any) do they feel they need. Equally as father first surveyed in 1962 without japan's partnerships in quality revolution of electronics its not obvious how the Eastern hemisphere and China would have developed to today's state of being integral to millennials' goals and sustainability
Posted 22 June 2010 by [NATIONAL ARCHIVES CONTENT] David Warren Ambassador to Japan |  0 CommentsI was very sorry to read in last week's "Economist" magazine of the death of Norman Macrae 


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Basic Search The Economist= (telecommute))
  • Envoi.
  • The Economist  (London, England), Saturday, January 22, 1972; pg. 34; Issue 6700.  (1427 words) 
  • Business and finance


  • We have been here before.
  • The Economist  (London, England), Saturday, July 28, 1984; pg. 17; Issue 7352.  (4235 words) 
  • News
  • Low-tech.
  • The Economist  (London, England), Saturday, August 25, 1984; pg. 56; Issue 7356.  (484 words) 
  • Business and finance

  • The Economist  (London, England), Saturday, December 24, 1988; pg. 12; Issue 7582.  (2465 words) 

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survey 100 collaboration leaders of 2010s= youth's most productive generation

TECH - What is IT? and which exponential multipliers most impact human and natural futures?

AI   >. silicon chip singularity (ie when one chip > one brain in pure analytical capacity) - science fictiion no moore

who programs the ai - the race to include lost6 voices eg girls- the world of statistics re=-examined like never before (eg previously mass statistics very weak at coding meaining from numbers)

Biotech  >> Affective science (loveq and emotional intelligence remains human's unique edge over artificials for at least 10 more years!)

G5 nothing is too big to share universally>>> IOT which things will now have brains and be as mobile connectyed as you are

Cyber >> Drone - opportunities and threats of public spaces being 100% public - good and bad hacs- note context matters - context 1 smart city context 2 isolated vilalge no moore context 3 make a huge land safe at borders

3D printing aka additive engineering

Big Data Small by market tech sector Leapfrogging

Nano cf einstein - to innovate science model more micro



connections with top 10 worldrecordjobs creators - twitter @obamaiuni list hackhikers

@obamauni/ on Twitter

0 · # 0 hackhikers galaxy · # 0 0 0 DC UN · # 0 nat · #0 0 UN SEWN · # SON-ma-ya TOK-YONO · # london sister city hubs · # London AI ...

Connections sir fazle abed family, ying lowrey, Taddy Blecher, Billy, Hiro, Harrison Owen Dr Ranga & Prita (Amma) Jayfus King Rev Al Marinez Lee, Fady, Ian Ryder, John Caswell, Jeff Devlin, Sherry Tross, Camilo, Luis VIguria, gordon dryden. tania zaman

Yuxuan, Emily, Filmographer of Child Arts Olympiads 


new connections

Ed Resor NY worldpossible

Daniel Lu

Dawn Li and her chiense media friend in DC

Cheng Li (c100), brookings biographer of xi jinping

in qatar wise Stavros; in dubai networkers of million dolar teacher prize

Founder of 2000 chapters of students for liberty now headhunted by john mackey of conscious capitalism

monica yunus and co-founder of - new yorks largest community arts program, main chinese spoinsor fosun shanghai

more to come


critical events

jack ma trains 1000 american detroit may 2017 ; wise co-creativity

What are the most exciting apps and mobile leapfrog partnerships you have ever seen  rsvp

Bkash built on learning curve of Mpesa last m,ile banking

Give Directly built on millennials local research of which communities already have micfrofranchise solution worthy of conditional cash transfer


 join our co-editors at if you wish to celebrate sustainability goals empowered by youthful community builders

download practice of peace chaps 1,2 by harrison owen found open space 

the greatest millennial exchanges pro-youth future capitals eg NY Beijing can develop win-win social world trades around

the village phone network that started with the learning curve of partners of grameen phone, MIT legatum, telenor, george sorois and women4empoiwerment

ihub African youth's centre of gravity in worldwide hackathon and ushhidi open source coders

partners in health learning exhcnage networks including world class teaching hospitals in haiti and soon rwanda and opening of world bank year 2015-2016 in Peru epicentre of Preferential Option Poor community and Franciscan faith networks

solar a billion a model that links hand in hand with mobile village phone networks for poorest

greatest missed opportunity to date 17 parallel khan academies slowly built on demand by 17 most trusted goals-exponential modeling economists and youth Experiential Learning networks

First 4 doublings of global commns tech age

China Joy

Worldwide Joy



Japan starts up far east rising



S Korea joins in eastern development



ChinaDiaspora:East's Superports -HK, Taiwan, Singapore...



Continental agrarian keynsianism

Diaspora 3rd richest;

Moon landing

intel starts up 68 moores-law doubling of chip capacity every 2 years

Satellite age lifts off

If societies around the globe are spending 4000 times more on global village connections (#2030now versus 1946) then it stands to reason that sustainable millennials will need to demand 10 times more value from community networking and mobile open source services such as health education local value chained markets/banks, energy, safety and peace


AMYgeneratoinS.jpgHack Coursera Sgoal 1  2  3 ..

Hackathons at IHUB

Hack with world bank kim




rsvp if you have good news on a food chain - examples our collaboration entrepreneurs are actively searching include rice, mung beans, coffee, (green) tea, cashews, peas ,,,, aquaponics . 


note 1984 system transformation finding: the most valuable innovations need to transform systems by taking many parties through a common conflict barrier at the same time

join above zero-sum value chain model innovators at

Brits and Eastern Europeans who could save millennials goals

dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter georgesoros bernerslee michael palin gorbachev, Lech Walesa

Asians who could : sir fazle abed, jim kiim, jack ma,  W4E, Gandhi family Lucknow

Africans who could: Taddy Blecher, Noel Samara, Mandela Elders

Mid-East who could: Latif, Legatum

from please help in 2 ways -nomination of collaboration 100; testify to world's largest public broadcasters such as BBC that this survey needs their mediation now

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