what if youth20s could save us from G8-30s: whats new is map around G8Japan :
Far-East 9 from 1960 democrativ potential of far east coastline down to singpaoe; 10 Far east archipalegos & soyth pacigic; 14 Far south : nz oz s.africa; arfentina chile antartica;
15 africa ynuted?
16 s. ameruica ybuted, 17 mexuco & central am ybuted; 18 quarter of nations- small islands
19 Far north sea : netherlands nordica scotlanf, 20 arctic circle .
Thanks to the gifts of von neumann -as realised by moore's law: we are now trillion times more interconnected than when John F Kennedy first called for interdependence mapping -this means the more that big corporations and big governments fail to trilliondollaraudit sustainable global markets biggest risks the more we the parents and teachers must support the younger half of the world in just doing it. Which countries are now most at tisk of famine in 2020s- lets make sure questions like that are included in cop26, (galsgow) cop27 (egyp)... G20.21 Italy, G20.22 Indonesia... as well as everywhere teachers love kids futures ....
Chinese Capitalism born 1976
1976 Wave 1 only companies permitted inward investors from China Diaspora
1989-92 Wave 2 companies to be led by trusted party
members asked to privatise state owned assets
1994 Jack Ma sees worldwide web in usa; starts debate on how www
Can be used to devcleop jobs- 3 big internet companies ali baba ,
Baidu, ten cent permitted as wave 3 from 1999
2008 Wave 4 with web and smart mobile, china evolves
some of most extra smartups .. cctv breaking news CCTV Presidents Xi Jinping and Trump
agree to meet as early as possible diary pick: Global Education & Skills Forum | Programme

Thursday, May 5, 2022

Increasingly sustainability (simultanbeous life critical stimulus/responses) of everywhere on the planet depends on AI but only if all contextual data has been included - no organsiation has yet achieved that level of collaboration -never has UN races been so urgent..abedmooc.com (dev solutions by billion poorest village mothers grassroots networking)-welcome to phase 3 of 30 greatest collaborations of women empowerment: including legacy specification by fazle abed connector of world's largest ngo partnership and women empowerment networking round end poverty and advance sdgs: phase 1 no tech to late 1990s; phase 2 leapfrog to 2015; includes new university partners in missing 50 million last mile community services from play schools to barefoot nurses with smart mobile

 5,6 zoom/meta me up - curate- evrry millennial owns cerified skills dashboard- no stdnet debt for people who qualify for last mile community serviice /sustainably work

5.4 collab of first 100 asian female graduates - sdg goals livelihoods/microfranchsies, aiforgood -eg first partners could be singapore diaspora association, most singapore universities and jack sim - wp0rld toilet infrastructure investments and sdg hib model

hi-tech hi-touch ai is possible- education commison asia - lead nation korea s

ai as curriculum teachers imagine for all grades - eg eisingapore.org ; now that metverse is next chanel can we maximise its action learning value the way we failed with worldwide web? -see also 1984's 2025 report - every digital opportunityt for community sdgs mexpoentially missed so far but asian searches in particu;lay show tech can be both the solution or the end of under 30s as first sustainability gfenerationh

HK - jeanne lim's networks (beingAI with reporting by womensAI) - we need curation in action learning - only chnace to save crisis guerres dec 2021 - education not for for purpose- even befpre covid not pereparing majoriyu of youth for sdg livelihoods - billioin new community last mile liveihoods; billion green - carbon zero ; billion new collaboration tech
mr metaverse networks
charles yidan/abed stanford luminaries
Li Ka-Shing  (since 1980 one of world's largest philanthropists)    university networks- -large funds hk, guangzhou- buildings round world eg stanford medicine, tesinghua -- see speratately CKGSB
some of hk's hubs are hunicorns - fintech ai and textile tech appear 2 unique gravities

tsinghua schwarzman sponsors include 
  • CFLD
  • China Oceanwide Holdings Group
  • Dalio Foundation
  • HNA Group Co., Ltd.
  • Masayoshi Son
  • The Starr Foundation


latvia and slovenia with japan appear to be building open ai university (min cost to student maximum community collaborations ) - refs include Naixus Ircai UNU

5.5 global village adaptation open sourde replication -womnen empwerment networks like brac aarong and matthai's green belt movement designed rural to urgan win-iwn trades- their social forrestry microfranchises select iptimal local seeds; much of global social forstery as a climate solution does not; thats why its essential vilage to vilage solutions exchnaged not just smart city exchnages


4.5 playschools life in day of education -why not lirearcy every child by age 6 -method exists -journal of education in emergency -peer to peer methods vilalge primary up to 100 years flow expereince - gandhi-montessori; updated by paulo freire alumni particulary bangladesh and china- since foundation of brac university playschhol revolution taken to 50 countries partners includ elego foundation; yidan prize and lumninary networks (4 briefings a year), wise education summits, world bank


4.6 yidan-abed luminaries  -first 4 practice prize winners latin am bangladesh africa india...


3.6 global public health uni network including nearly free nursing college - segnentaion of skills; world leading epidemioiolgiss and ai pandemics


2.6 mapping agricultural and whole value chains needed for national sustainability - nb opposite of usa as of 2020 where 30% o0f emissions caused primarily by 3 things - waste of edible food- air freighting; red meat


1.6 through 1.1 value chain finance leaps for pooerst and max middle cklass - 1.6 hq2 netherlands includes remittances and worldwide franchiseing  of finance to end poverty ; 1.5 bklash - world's largest cashless bank by popul;ation 1.4 city banking newtork if gabv.otg- 1.3 ultra por graduation everywjhere 1.2 mf+ 1.1 ngos and aid transformed- 75% bottom up micriofranchisiisng 25% concept development usdually for solutions that once franchised are finaced through tax and smart govtech - why should governemnt interactions be happiest (servant eladership) every human interfacesd wirth 


Wednesday, May 4, 2022

https://www.un.org/techenvoy/  https://twitter.com/UNTechEnvoy

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António Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General: In my roadmap for digital corporation I made a call to connect, respect and protect all people everywhere. I count on all of us, government civil society and the private sector, to carry forward the road map for the benefit of all. The time is to act now.


H.E. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister, Bangladesh: Around half of the world's population do not have access to basic internet. We must close this gap.

Henrietta Fore, Executive Director, UNICEF: Hundreds of millions of children and young people are unable to access learning and skills. Quite simply, they're losing out on an opportunity to build better futures for themselves.


Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the World Wide Web, Co-Founder, Web Foundation and CTO Inrupt: This century we must lead a global push to connect everyone and make sure all children have access to the internet's transformational benefits.


Sunil Bharti Mittal, Founder and Chairman, Bharti Enterprises: If you really want to achieve the SDGs in the next 10 years, the only and only way is to rely on technology and that is digital technology connectivity.


Jayathma Wickramanayake, UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth: I think I speak for young people and the digital native generation that the risk of having our human rights violated through surveillance, repression, censorship, and online harassment are what we are most concerned about.

H.E. Simonetta Sommaruga, President, Swiss Confederation: International law, including human rights law, applied to the digital space in the same way as they apply offline. All states have a duty to protect and respect human rights and human dignity in this space.

Nick Read, CEO, Vodafone Group: Companies must accept that they have a duty of care towards their users and take steps to prevent the spread of harmful or illegal content that they host.

H.E. Erna Solberg, Prime Minister, Norway: It is our joint responsibility to counter this and misinformation and to join forces to close the digital divide.

Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook Inc.: We want an open universally accessible internet with safety and respect for human rights at its heart.


H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden: Leaving no one offline means ensuring that everyone is safe online, especially children.

Brad Smith, President, Microsoft: First, we have a huge responsibility to put in place protections and safeguards around security, around privacy, around online safety.

Sinead Bovell, Futurist, Founder, Waye: In a world where a new child goes online every half second, it is time we bring proper regulations security measures and universal standards to the online world for young people.

H.E. Epsy Cambell Barr, Vice-President, Costa Rica: It is of utmost importance to address and eradicate the experience of discrimination and exploitation in digital world, especially for girls and adolescents.

H.E. Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister, New Zealand: We need considerable and again collaborative multi-stakeholder work to ensure that we rid ourselves of some of the things that undermine the benefits of digital technology.


Jack Ma, Co-Chair of the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation: Over the next 10 years how the world adapts to the digital area will be very, very important. We have no choice but to understand engage and embrace the digital area.

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Saturday, April 30, 2022


Ten eminent scientists and researchers to advise the UN on unleashing the power of technology for development

On 4 May 2021, the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed a new group of ten renowned experts to support the UN Technology Facilitation Mechanism. The group will advise on the ways of harnessing science, technology and innovation to accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Eminent scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and activists, the ten new members bring a diversity of expertise and experience across various fields of science, technology, innovation and business.

The group will work closely with stakeholder groups, including business, youth and children, and the academic and research community, with the first meeting planned for late May 2021.

The new members of the group are:


Ms. Quarraisha Abdool Karim (South Africa), Associate Scientific Director, Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research (CAPRISA); and Professor, Clinical Epidemiology, Columbia University

Ms. Cherry Murray (USA), Professor of Physics and Deputy Director for Research, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona

Ms. Maki Kawai (Japan), Director General, Institute for Molecular Science, Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo

Ms. Salome Guchu (Kenya), Deputy Director of Research, State Department of University Education and Research, Ministry of Education

Ms. Anita Gurumurthy (India), Founding member and Executive Director, IT for Change, Bangalore

Mr. Keywan Riahi (Austria), Director, Energy, Climate and Environment Program (ECE), International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Mr. Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz (Brazil), Member, Brazilian Academy of Sciences, Senior Vice President (Elsevier), and Professor Emeritus; Elsevier Research Networks; Physics Institute, University of Campinas

Mr. Yonglong Lu (China), Chair Professor of Xiamen University, and Distinguished Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Mr. Tālis Juhna (Latvia), Vice-Rector for Research and Professor; Chairman of Advisory Board of the Latvian Council of Science, Riga Technical University

Mr. José Ramón López-Portillo Romano (Mexico), Science Diplomacy Adviser to Mexican Government, Chairman/non-Executive Director, Zenith Energy Ltd.; Co-founder and Chairman of Q-Element

The Technology Facilitation Mechanism was created to support the implementation of the SDGs by facilitating partnerships, collaboration and sharing of best practices on using science and technology for sustainable development. The mechanism comprises a United Nations Inter-agency Task Team (IATT) on science, technology and innovation, currently consisting of 45 entities; an annual Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs; and an online platform – the 2030 Connect, which serves as a gateway for information on existing initiatives, mechanisms and programmes.

Further information

Friday, April 29, 2022

anyone imagine wish to design metaverse etc so UNyouth can sustain win-win friendships across 20 borders not just the G8 of the 1930s

those wishing to second brother john's call to acrion may like to click to women4empowerment.net

 http://www.youth20s.com Imagine mapping 20 friendly birthplaces of worldwide and natural diversity of birthplace- this is as near as chrismacrae.com can get to seeing end poverty diaries of  first150 years of sub-editing  at The EconomistDiary.com 

for those who prefer to map sister cities - we are prepping livesmatter.city with beeings.app 


when systems mapping comes to Society's most vital market purposes, we are impressed by four:

energy security for humans- food/water/land/how homes are sutuated for families to secure girls development

last mile health\

last mile livelihood education

building 100000 person real lives matter  (loveq/emotionally untelligent) communities connect with 10000 dugital world neighbors so that 10 bullion beings remain nature's mosta adapaive species

it seems that when you entrepreneurially multiply/gravitate investment and innovation system around society's 4 core purpose EG need to safely bring to S.. three huge change dynamics exponentially compounding:since UN born 1945

going green (zero carbon so kids can enjoy as much of nature's capital as your geeneration did now that 10 nillion people will be too many to be both minfless and wasteful)

growing with 100 times more tech/maths per decade

peace-changing professions to end externalusation at any man made border - geographical, monetary or of access to life critical knowhow networking- this is where it woyld be a pity if extinction was caused by world's greatest maths error (not auditing compound trust-flows - goodwill to all chldren so to speak)

, with a little help from future history and WRJ friends keynes, adam smith...) and peter drucker's work ,and what jfk agreed in 1962 (his last year before assasination) he he was asking what an interdependent world would look like - http://www.teachforsdgs.com : I am not smart enough to understand why lennon medgar evers kennedy gandhi lincoln to name bit 56got assassinated for helping people love each other but... 

this can also be compared with billion asian women maps 2019-1970 www.womenempowerment.net (thanks goodness for 50 years of work by a reformed royal dutch oil company man who did not get assasunated abedMOOC.com

SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL JAPANESE FRIENDS - whule my father notman served as teen navigatior in bomber command burma to 1945 he was more inspired by you since 1945 than any others (a few scots notwithstanding but then we have the fortune of not being a nation as far as un or eu are concerned - hopefully a friend to all peoples children)

youth's20 for sustainability 2020s - any got some other maps - here's my extremely rough attempt in case there's an open space to benchmark advantages of natios close to a trillion times more maths capabilities than von neumann's generation bequested us all

 suppose japan had been completely trusted from 1960 as much as eg the european union - actually my dad was only journalist at messina (EU birth 1955) and 1962's common ag policy completely ended dad and the founding 3's purpose of the EU -so no the next 60 years of the eu did not deserve nobel peace prize

the pacific spring 1960s plus?
so as well as western g7 we have g8 japan - 
g9 first democratic far east coast down to singapore; 
10 far east archipelagos and south pacific 
japan/far east middles :
 11 china 
12 india subcontinenr 
together half of young people -even more if china had not made sacrifice of one child policy
13 mena half of  world oil trade's peak
14 far south eg oz nz s.africa; argentina/chile/antartica-honorary south eg darwins galapigos
15 africa united?
16 south america united? 
17 mexico & central america united 1
18 quarter of all nations - small islands; 
19 far north sea from netherland up to nordica scotland iceland/greenland
20 arctic circle nations

if educators do not dare map something like youth20s, today's G20s may macroeconomically be  same old  world ordet as 1930s G8;

 this is not what von neumann hoped for when he met dad at princeton 1951 and briefed journalists on scoop ask leaders what they will do with 100 time more tech per decade - intergeneation 30 year responsibility of a million times "moore" until machie governace is more transparent on deep data connecting 8 bullion livelihoods than mans externaling professional mba world
 after one year of valuung youth and sdgs in 2016 - combination of trump and putin looks like wasting 8 years to 2025; in fact world systems mapping currently heading over 3 degrees warming ; and valuetrue expenential maths suggest one of two things happpens once you get to 3 degrees warmin - either mych of south asia drowns or we go to 5 degrees by 2060

so absolutely you can draw a different yoyth20s world order??
tps my african american friends may wish to see some of harvard's 100 million dollars reconciliation money looks at youth20s mapping ; I can ask david attenboroughs son who I went to school with if his family will do a yoth20 map he may remember david's brother richard  was director the movie gandhi; in fact there was a continuous greem line between 1920s ganfhi roundtables quakers opposute eusto station ; gandhi in london society as well as the attengoroughs losing grandkids in the 2004 tsunami

Monday, December 13, 2021

we believe sustainability depends on friendships of teens up speaking either chinese or english -others welcome too

one place to start began 2008  TFC :  http://www.tfchina.orghttps://chinadevelopmentbrief.org/ngos/teach-for-china/
its founder include ai graduate at stanford - his twitter netwoirks in usa are great - i wish i spoke chinese !!

TeachforChina is one of 60 associate/branches of NY's wendy kopp www.teachforall.org (see our notes at teachfor.net  teachforun.com  teachforai.com)

MSCS / MBA  | Founder in Residence  | Founder @ Teach For China

Andy's AI fund connects some of the people doing the most hopeful things out of west coast with Artificial Intel algorithms

Here are some of the connections teach for china has made 2008-2021

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Teach For All Welcomes New Supporter, Qatar Petroleum International

We're pleased to announce that Teach For All will partner with Qatar Petroleum International Ltd (QPI) to strengthen its global network of independent social enterprises that are addressing educational inequality worldwide in more than 30 countries. As part of the partnership, QPI will award Teach For All a $500,000 grant. This support from QPI will enable Teach For All to further its mission to expand educational opportunity around the world.

Network Alumni Win 2014 Social Innovation Award

When Andrew Shirman was a Fellow in a Teach For China classroom in the mountains of rural Yunnan province, he noticed that some of the lowest performing students were squinting to see the board. Realizing this was a problem he could solve, he worked with other Teach For China Fellows to launch the first phase of Education in Sight, an organization with a mission to improve the academic performance of low-income students with poor vision by providing low-cost glasses and eye care education.

Making the Grade in Global Education

Recent headlines around the world feature a hotly contested debate about how societies should educate their youth for the global economy. On Tuesday, December 3, Shanghai's school system was named best in the world by OECD, and the United States came in slightly below average among industrialized nations. These results shined a spotlight on the relative strengths and weaknesses of education systems in China, the US, and countries around the world, but when the stakes are excellence and equity in education, pitting nations against each other is taking a narrow view.

Learning in Rural China: The Challenges for Teachers, Part II

Photo: Noah Sheldon for Teach for All

Mr. Huang became principal of Qiao Tou Lian He school at the age of 25, not because he was specifically trained for the post, but because he had been the only educated person in his village. He’s a dynamic leader who is squarely focused on supporting, developing and evaluating his teachers, of whom only a handful have a high school degree and more than basic teacher training.