What's different about webs of Gandhi-Conscious educators - peace generates strong economies not vice versa

Some cases to value most from the 4 education revolutions:

4 Gandhi how muslims advanced village schooling model (BRAC) while Indian cittizens of Lucknow (Gabdhi-Montessori) bridged cultures and won peace linking in 50000 students annually over half a century

End inequality curricula of public service - eg 1 web of Pope Francis, 2 web of 2014 youth summit of world bank on accountability, transparency and collaboration of youth interfacing with leaders of their places' future sustainability...

Missing curricula advanced out of South Africa; literacies of women4empowerment, coding, finance, open source entrepreneurship (eg branson version), peer to peer action learning networks. .2. Yazmi, Khan, Open Learning Coursera Campus... .1 What www alumni of Ma and Lee spend most youth time and goodwill multipliers on...


  • 4) How Gandhian mindset changes teachers' and parents' freedoms of interaction with education and their childrens livelihoods and joy of peace
  • 3) Missing job-creating curricula searched for by Blecher partners out of S. Africa including mandela elders and google africa and maharishi alumni
  • 2) what 5 billion people (Africans, Asians) access first on elearning platforms and how this impacts the other 2 billion people
  • 1) Out of MIT and china (with kind korean support out of UN and world bank): 1 How the internet is designed (valued as the greatest innovation the human race has ever played with) as its 25th to 40th birthdays coincide with millennials #2030now goals and whether elders choose to truly invest in net generation sustainability

related findings:

what i wish I had known 30 years ago in 1984 when i co-authored economists' first future history of sustainability of the net generation starts with what Gandhi and Montessorii webs of educators have been most free to empower parentsand communities and youth to study. iIFyou don't have tome to celebrate 60+ years of this innovation with the 50000 children schooling system at Lucknow you might want to search out

:how and what peacemenakers, keynsian economists and network mathematicians

  1. knew about poverty as a a failed system
  2. knew about the greatest risks elders compound on to next generations
  3. didn't wholly understand about truly valuing motherhood and girlhood

In summary:

they were all extremely concerned with humanity's an system mappers number 1 job of uniting race to end poverty- gandhi's lens for ruling this was changing the law, keynes was keeping bipolar political tribes out of economists design next generation's futures, and mathematicians did what they could - einstein in explaining whenever science runs out of room to innovate model at a more micro levgel, von neumann to prevent computers from being over-patented. Indeed research for his biography revelas this charming wish; in an openly networked world nobody should want to own a patent for motre than 3 months, If they are truly multiplying knowhow around humanity, three onts lead in choosing who to partner will always be more than enough.

von neumann intended computer networks to be designed around the most open above value sum games. Ironically war trapped him in the race betwueen governments to nuclear and cancer killed him before his understanding of computers and the human brain could be fully married into open network design 

Ironically there is in many respects absence of evidence that their work valued mothers as grassroots netwprking and nature's key to the door of : would humanity sustain next generations as unprecedented change in media and mediation engulfed any nation turning independent from colonial masters let alone our era of 7 billion beings seeking borderless rights to productivity and local sustainability? However it is known that Gandhi admired his mother as the the kindest spirit and that he was shocked out of his skin when women asked Maria Montessori circa 1925 did she really want to link her life's work to someone who hadn't shown any understanding of womens issues as they in the western Europe framed them in the first quarter of the 20th century.? The jury is out on whether Gandhi became the change he wanted to be regarding such challenges as women in the untouchable class. And what I do know from my maternal grandfather's 25 years of work with Gandhi culminating in writing up the legalese of India's Independence is that as with most rushes to independence after world war 2 the English simply didnt have deep understanding of diversity and depth of cultural issues to do a wholly good enough job to frame a constitution that would have made ending inequality public servants number 1 job.

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Publishers of World Record Game of Job Creators The GG Book of World Record Job Creators sample october 2014 jobs agent newsletter : worldclassbrands.tv 1989 host of  Little Sister vs Big Brother debate- will the two turn of the millennium generations invest 7 billion beings lives in smartest open or dumbest closed media and educational systems

 To play the game : which are top 12 alumni webs your teenagers could learn most from? to improve game's sources, vote for next summit in diary of youth capitalism eg oct 14 #ruralstrong georgetown

Try our 12 links - then swap in or put your choices -queries welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc


Jim Kim (Youth) World Bank DC -alumni web ? sharing prosperity Q toyouthworldbanking.com

Sir Fazle Abed - BRACDhaka

George Soros - OpenSoc & INETe Budapest NY London -web

Muhammad Yunus Grameen MediatorDhaka,BransonAtlanta-trust banking for 51% w1 YCap Diary



Asian Millennials


How do world's poorest women build health service networks? BRAC health net,  ..Kim health net


Americas & Euro Milennials


Gandhi Family -city montessori lucknow

-real school and family loving city-wide revolutions

Elearning platforms: khan (san francisco), yazmi (african and asian continent satellites), OLC DC ...

Missing curricula Blecher & south-african global partners; mandela elders, branson, google...

The web's 2 most amazing connectors - berners lee and mit (boston)   alumni , MA and china's sustainable business networks

 Keynes 2025Now -help! good news youth correspondents glasgow, budapest. paris, rome, tokyo, dhaka. singapore. lucknow, delhi, seoul, santiago, buenos aires, rio de janiero, panama,  new york, boston, johannesburg, nairobi, addis ababa and can you volunteer too? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk (linkedin)  or isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com (twitter)  -facebook microeconomics latest of 40 home towns washington dc

 Why are The joint winners of millennials Unacknowledged Giant Award 2015-2030 Jim Kim and Sir Fazle Abed?. It may sound contradictory to nominate the head of the largest NGO BRAC and the most humanly motivated bank for this award. But UG's Keynsian open systems/society valuation of ending poverty leads to this 2030now criterion: awareness by every job creating teacher and every person whose alumni web links in professionals aged 25-35By this criteria Jim Kim and Sir Fazle  are the most undervalued connectors of goodwill according to 43 years of searching for net generation entrepreneurial revolution - but we are always delighted to hear of your votes on what information you feel we have not seen - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

Kim and Sir Fazle  believe that good health and open education develop strong economies and safe banking not vice versa;   prioritise women and youth valuations of what borderless livelihoods and sustainable communities are for;  they agree with keynes that uniting the human race to end poverty is the most exciting goal in the world of 2015- - and the unique entrepreneurial revolution purpose that the net generation has first ever chance of celebrating. However they are also deep cultural realists aware of systemic risks of racing to a borderless world as George Soros has often been earliest to help peoples map through open society and rethink economics from ground up- yunus is change world's most cheerful concept brainstormer making many creative agents of the mass tv era look flatfooted. We seek to mediate empowerment  3 millennial groups and women - valuing the 2030now pro-youth governance drivers of accountability,  transparency and collaboration. Open education is the greatest of all open source opportunities. The bottom row links into 4 entrepreneurial revolutions of job creating education that Norman Macrae Foundation with Economist readers and leaders and youth  has been debating since 1972 when we first saw students experiments with elearning networks (UK National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning)2030 ..berners lee on internet at 25

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