20 dubai may be hottest place for millennials to determine what satellite learning curricula are needed to co-produce sustainability goals because of:
2016's launch of university for 15000 underprivileged
internet city - one of the world few meathubs where any hackathon can quicky be staged and linked into worldwide youth networks
asia's marvellous development in the age of spending 4000 times?more on communications technologies has been built on superports with dubai learning from what went before at eg tokyo, hong , taiwan , and singapore-
its weekly world trade centre summits connect future of industries form around the world; its airline emirates and airport is second to none as an affordable customer experience- and its a nation where leaders are ready to invest in youth job creation of tomorrow with a governance structure committed to this?
dubai is one of the most active alumni spaces of the elarning satellite www.yazmi.com
if you want to stay in touch - oir help create the good news of dubai colaboirations in top 20 curricula please emain email@example.com subject 20/20
shartankweb.com over 30 years ago, pro-youth?and end poverty?economists andjournalists for humanity -? we advanced idea that sustainability of mass milennials would depend on partnership between public broadcasters and a web designed to make youth's sustainability projects number 1 page on the internet
its not happened yet, but whether you are a us watcher of sharktank or one of 15 countries watching ?dragons den- what project would you like to see fail to get a bite from a shark so that the world of youth can crowdfund it now
some projects we are looking for to start us off
CAN CURE FOR ANEMIA?BE AS ECONOMICAL AS ORAL REHYDRATION
peer to peer psychiatry
youth led summer tours of where millennials can co-create jobs with ecah other
... ?rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org?top 20 youth capitals of open space in 2016 - along with beijing and rome, brooklyn and kerala, where would you suggest open space millennials movements can most joyfully linkin sustainability goals
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why oh why wasnt there a worldwide council of pro-youth educators led by Kalam while he cheereed citizens and children across wholeplanet
Former India President ?Kalam died Jul 2015 rsvp email@example.com to nominate hall of famerssome say this was his last message
Deducations to : KALAM always made time for childrens questions valuing them as india's future; startupbrooklyn?and the EEL of MEC where stars of sharktank web are born
near start of millennium 3 he authored lead 2020?movement asking that all non sustainable curricula be torn up
he was one of india's great scientist and secular because ...London Guardian
Son of Jainulabdeen and Ashiamma, Kalam was born in the small temple town of Rameswaram on the southern coast. His father, who owned a boat, had no academic qualifications but was deeply interested in religion; a Muslim himself, he used to hold regular meetings in his house with a Christian and a Hindu priest. Kalam said it was from their discussions that he learned what he called “true secularism”.
He went to a Catholic school, St Joseph’s college, in another southern temple town, Tiruchirappalli, formerly Trichinopoly. He studied physics there, but was not an outstanding student. After leaving the Madras Institute of Technology in 1960, he joined the Defence Research and Development Organisation, and his subsequent scientific career was spent in government research organisations. In most of these, scientists are hampered by bureaucratic procedures and political interference. Kalam developed the skill of protecting his scientists without falling out of favour.
He held a series of prestigious posts, including project director for India’s first indigenous satellite launch vehicle, and chief of the integrated guided missile development programme. From 1992 until 1999 he was chief scientific adviser to the prime minister and the defence minister. In 1998 he was the chief project co-ordinator for India’s second nuclear test. The year before that he was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour.
In 2002 there was a disagreement between the two biggest political parties, the rightwing Hindu Bharatiya Janata party, or BJP, which was in power, and the Nehru-Gandhi family’s Congress party, over the choice of politician to be elected president. The then BJP prime minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, broke the logjam by offering the presidency to Kalam
help us maps which hubs around the world value open learning as critical to future jobs anbd sustainability of millennisl
dubai internet city?makes a great space to update this search from -our next leaders quest guided tour is mid sept 2015 queries firstname.lastname@example.org
ihubs across afriica remain our benechmark of hubs by and for youth and wizard mobile apps designed to improve users skills
our favorite west coast hubs are anchored aroing500 women startups out of mountain view
we are trying to track down connection with china hub in jasm ma's home town
please tell us your nominations
in association with authirs of The Good Hubs Guide since 2006
tools used by pro-youyt hubs include
youth entrepreneur competitions with continous patient capital and mentoring structore
celebrations of open source and apps that multiply social value way above the zero sum models of trades limited to consuming up things
how can we replicate parts of this next year in dubai or elsewhere
which youth or sponsors do we need and how does this vary by cultures or prioritisation of sustainability goals
if an elearning satellite like yazmi is to have any value on global empowerment what is the 2 minute youtube style video that should already be accessible \anywhere yazmi beams
we have versions of this challenge everywhere - so eg while this starts on south west of usa we need dc partners for something similar; and is there a way to find silicon valley partners too for a third usa event
if the next head of the UN is female there is great chance that this curriculum will become a favorite un academic partnering agendas; if the next head of the un is another man, what is plan b?
where did the web start and where does it free most youth entrepreneurs and world record job creation today?
history suggests www started 1989 as englishman berner-lee bootlegged a job he was doing in geneva - but he soon made?boston mit his home -help uis lof detailed tours of boston famous universities and entrepreneur ecosystem at?http://bostonandyunus.ning.com/
by 1995 the railroads between san francisco and mountain view also known as silicon valley -------------?silicon.ppt, 290 K ?------?was already the epicentre of www possibilities-
when jack ma?visited this region - he advertised his english translation service back in china on a web page - had 3 business leads within 24 hours and has never stopped multiplying ?chinese web sme opportunities since - things that were separately called yahoo, ebay and paypal he linked together to make chinas most vibrant virtual trading web for ordinary people-?
20 years on stanfird remains ma favorite famous university tout- its when students of the 00s dreamed up google, and courseras and then moved 10 minutes down the railraod to mountainview- making this the most exciting destination for chinese and american technolgy millennials to hub through
consider Anfrew NG - the case of chinese co-founder of coursera "moocs" born out of stanford moved to mountain view as cousrera and now andrew ng heads baifu usa out of mountain view
where will you hub through your youths future jobs , china and silicon valley- and which famous university or startup tours would you like to join our next leaders quest to?
join in ?email@example.com mapping where your region and alunisat got liftoff along the borderless?communications timeline 2030 versus 1946
channel 5 co-sponsored by UniversityofStars.tv - how do we link global awareness and interaction with millennials gfeatest sustainability heroes with as much simplicity as superstars sprts men or?fashion women
welcome to 31st year of The Economist dialogue- what if reality tv shows like the apprentice or shark tank had been hosted by people like jim kim, pope francis, sir fazle abed
help us design an alternative shark tank
help swarm alternative apprentice leaders into maassive open online courses
help replicate global empowerment summist
Channel 11 BBB (BRAC*Bangladesh*Budapest) co-sponsored by economistuniversity.com)
To be an alumni of BRAC is to:
understand this historical realities (not just storytelling) of how grassroots networking of the world's poorest village women built 150+million nation of Bangladesh:
the first quarter century 1971-1996 -the most extraordinary action learning and womens social netwirks of pre digital years
BRAC'S own response to 2030now has been to lead fundsraiing for next generation developments in schools for girls and to be the number 1 benchmark of such pro-youth networks as soros'open society movements and?ineteconomics
the first 20 years of oartnerships (1996-2015) in mobile leapfrogging -beyond missing infratructires that had chained generations to poverty and illiteracy -here muhammad yunus was pivotal to fisrt experients but brac had the deeper health, education and banking infrastructires to sustain such extraordinary opportunities to colaborate around ending poverty
Understanding BRAC is also to study how the keynsian economics school of designing systems to end poverty became the minority becaue macroeconomists in the west from 1946 developed rules that assigned noi value to family and parbnetibg - this compounded the greatest social abnd sustainability crises which the mjillennial generations now face in what jim kim has called the chalenge of #2030now
question from owner of yazmi's 3 billion millenials elearning satellite- how do we map most trusted partners in?sustainable world's favorite curriculum?RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org washington dc mobile 240 316 8157
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while reading this profile https://collaboration.worldbank.org/people/karenhoehn and engaging in this collaboration dialogue?i was reminded how urgently :
when we interview movers and shakers in dubai internet city or silicon valley hubs, their number 1 question for 2016 sustainability onwards is
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[8:29:17 AM] chrismacraedc: this is perhaps moist important china [erson to study right now http://www.itu.int/en/osg/Pages/default.aspx
[8:29:38 AM] chrismacraedc: On 23 October 2014 Houlin Zhao was elected 19th Secretary-General of the ITU. His four-year mandate started on 1 January 2015.
Born in 1950 in Jiangsu, China, Mr Zhao graduated from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, and holds an MSc in Telematics from the University of Essex in the UK.
From 2007 to 2014, he served as ITU Deputy Secretary-General, supporting the work of the Secretary-General, principally in terms of day-to-day management, including human resources, financial administration, improving efficiency, and working to help broaden ITU's membership, particularly in terms of academic
whats the copnnection between peace and economics
well first youth cant grow a place sustainably if its not enjoyikng peace all around it
second peace and economics are erally two suides of the same compass- what intyergenerational u=inbvestments are being made so next generation out of evcery locality can be both more productuive and more sustainable
you would have thought that with 4000 times more spent on global voilage colaboration this interface between epace and economics would be empoiwring worldwide youth ans sustainability goals cirruculum by nmow - but is it
nobel peace laureate summits
other rome intelligenece on this
other vopoen sociuety smarts on this
open source hackathons realted to apps of this
sustainability millennial early exploration of alumni channels needed to POP peace