if you know of anyone else who might still want to join in among the thousands we have hubbed and open spaced with starting with be the change london conferences- in 2003 i helped launch be the change as i had thousands of contacts from being the main volunteer host often european union knowledgeboard; i had met a great mentir colin morley who added open space to 2004 btc ; 2005 was londons year of make poverty history and blair hosting the g7 in scotland; i was delegated to attend all the ngo preparation summits- they terrified me it was all about found raising nothing about sharing replicable solutions- then 7/7 happened , colin was killedObituary: Colin Morley - BBC News , doors toc confucian open space and real gandians precepts my grandfather had mediated fro 25 years out of mumbai were lost- enter hubs in london, hives in paris and mostofa and i still have no idea where all that went....
TITLE:Benchmarking leaders of sustainability generation’s ground-up economies
ABSTRACT IN UNDER 300 words
My father, Norman Macrae, was The Economist's end-poverty Keynsian, and from 1972 his signature curriculum Entrepreneurial Revolution asked whether sustainability of the net generation would depend on maximising bottom-up market models and celebrating 4 hemisphere cultural harmony. Alarmed by the systemic follies of sub-prime, my father's last project funded over a dozen student journalists (European, American, African and Chinese) from 2007 to go and explore how Bangladesh had empowered village women: to design what Bill Clinton in his book Giving was calling a new hi-trust model for a developing nation.
Father died in June 2010 two weeks before Glasgow University Adam Smith scholars and Muhammad Yunus celebrated the launch of the Journal of Social Business. Would Adam Smith have celebrated the Franciscan Preferential Option Poor modeling around which Bangladesh 's development of rural villages’ value exchanges have been systemized? Various remembrance parties to my father including at The Economist’s boardroom have given under 30s opportunities to feed forward the stories of girls empowerment and mobile leapfrogging that have moved them most.
Bangladesh's Sir Fazle Abed is one of three benchmark leaders of bottom-up livelihood economies which this paper presents after a decade of linking in student journalism search for bottom up transformations of economics and links to missing practice curricula if sustainability goals are to be the signature achievement of the net generation. Our other two benchmarks are Jack Ma and Xi Jinping who have been joyfully designing Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics (see eg documentation of the Hangzhou Consensus at China ’s G20 and the call for 11 regions of the world to share their Belt Road mapping of projects and investment partnerships in world trade routes for sustainability).
Jack is a centre of gravity for digital economic empowerment and valuing SME. We hypothesise that if nations are to be united round sustainability exponentials by 2030, we now need a global mediation focus even more intense than racing to the moon in the 1960s. Xi Jinping, seconded by UN head Antonio Guterres, appears to be the epicentre of a media revolution inviting such a celebration connecting China's dream of its own rejuvenation with youth's livelihood needs to rejuvenate value exchanges of global2.0 using Big Data Small mapping. The new triangularisation integrates urgent drivers of local to global innovations driven by infrastructure, digital and green investment funding and freeing sustainable purposes of market sectors.