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Friday, March 10, 2017

 i attended that education commission forum live with 5 friends at the United Nations 18 September, as well as lots of kissingers c100 members -a chinese-america friends network 30 years in the making (whom I dont know,  but i recommend admiring hugely)

it would seem the commission's 30 national leaders want to lead 3 directions : more finance for education; refugee education which is also an opportunity to mobilise best of virtual open learning modes; stories of how half of all youth will be unemployable by 2030 unless we stop thinking of school as just a 8amto3pm classroom to examine kids in -  however it would also seem that the 5 other biggest change education networks issue reports and summits on cycles that clash with each other or certainly dont help youth understand ahead of time what next to do with their lives - so i would stuck to the wise model until we can better instructions 

most important 3 minute video i ever recall seeing:  this is my favorite EC extract Alibaba Group Founder and Commissioner, Jack Ma, Shares His Thoughts on the #LearningGeneration from amy's compatriot jack ma - in china mass media is designed as a public service to ask what the heck is the point of education if its not linked to jobs (and if poorest schools are not able to learn from richest schools)-

 for that reason i am trying to find every way to create exchanges between english and chinese speaking under 25s  (daniel is in the middle of a process inviting 1000 students every 4 months to an english-speaking college in sw china); amy first mentored me 3 years ago of her simple  plan  - help youth make 2nd languages  more affordable and peer to peer connecting - what else is eg skype for

 (of course spanish or franciscan cultures too but one has to linkin movements from where we can : so english chiense needs to be my main search)

miko links in from tokyo and pittsburgh and the world of etextiles
king from baltimore and all inner cities across americas
kiehl from mit and (clients of ) various film studios he owns or partners -he's also passionate about maths and what enginnering schools code
maurice from vatican university
camilo links in wall street funds and columbia university to end ;poverty in south america

and so forth

the interesting thing is the whole educationcommision movement wouldnt exist without scot gordon brown but as yet i havent found the best messenger to him even though my family invested a lot in helping university of glasgow adma smith scholars and yunus interconnect in the years proceeding this infamous youtube of yunus and brown - The PM and Muhammad Yunus - creating a world without poverty

it was made the day british banks died; by accident i was having coffee with yunus before he took a taxi to number 10

so the world is a small one - even if it sounds crazy - try and connect anyone with why cant we unite in developing the greatest #learninggeneration

the best chance i know of for latin cultures convergences on argentina g20 in 2018 - marta in barcelona is one first searcher of that out of spain but we all need to see how we can help each other -of the 20 university systems i accompanies muhammad yunus as he asked them to collaborate for youth only the system celebrated by Fiona in new hampshire really took up his collaboration challenge - sadly the historically black university states were the most soloised;  thats why i personally prefer to hub open learning/jobs creation searches out of newly emerging black college systems in baltimore    

people like chinese graduate amy have visited un in new york  about 10 times for various meetings- my interpretation is its a chat-space whereas china wants to change the g20 year round preparation networks into action solution ;spaces that young can innovate in - maybe i am being optimistic but its worth noting china has half a billion udner 30s! relatively speaking no social security system for elders - so china cant afford 25% unemployment of its youth - and it sees sustainability goals as ways of inviting collaboration in livelihoods of net generation around the world the world record book of job creation thanks 

at least that is the debate going on in around rejuvenation of china this year- as xi jinpjng chooses the 7 public leaders he trusts most and jack ma chooses the 7 most conscious business leaders - jinping has been desperately trying to pope francis whom he trusts most since both confician and francoiscan youth love family-grown communities - ma-jinping-francis would make quite a true north star to naviagate 2018 round and then we have the supercoding g20 festival of india g20 in 2019

henry -any errors in reporting mine alone - i have a very simple economics and editorial view- education systems separated from jobs are broken, fatally so for out childrens futures -  after 4 decades of reporting this simple story , we have very few years left to fix this 

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