1971 was 20th year of The Economist survey of Neumann's what goods can peoples unite with 100 times more tech per decade; when the world's largest money exchange system ended its promise (gold standard) it started becoming slowly but exponentially the exchange of the biggest least sustainable organisations mankind is capable of ; see why 25th year of The Economist survey launched Entrepreneurial Revolution - xmas issue 1976
All branches of my family and friends have been questioning techforgood over 70 years now- by which we mean what dad with Economist audiences of 1970s first coined as entrepreneurial revolution: every next child flourishing because every community being invested in through servant leaders and SME innovators- if that's your kind of collaboration please get in touch chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk MA Stats DAMTP Corpus Christi Cambridge -- currently in Wash DC & Glasgow; as Scots missionaries my parents who served in world war 2 hoped that was the end of tech for the few instead of tech and teach for all.. we're also prepping June 2023 Glasgow as 265th moral sentiments summit on purposes of markets and engineering. WE see 2020s web3 alumni as best chance to cure tragedies of fake media, AND celebrate millennials as first Sustainability Gen -huge thanks to ed3dao.com , SDGmetaverseprize.org, NFTSdgs.com and other benchmarks at worldclassdaos.com - and of course mathematicians like Satoshi since 2008WHY 163? London Scot James Wilson having founded The Economist in 1843, convinced Queen Victoria to launch commonwealth round a bank by and for the quarter of peoples on the India subcontinent. 163 year ago: she told him to go create Charter Bank; arriving in Calcutta 1860 Wilson died within 9 months of diarrhea. Local peoples had to wait another 112+ years until a womens bank was launched by Fazle Abed making end of diarrhea by oral rehydration one of its first educational purposes My father Norman was very lucky. He survived world war 2 as a teenage navigator allied bomber command Burma. Six years later he met V Neuman at Princeton who unluckily only had 6 years left due to cancer from nuclear bombsd. Neuman asked dad will train economist jouranlits to ask the most valuable question in the world: what goods will people do with 100 tukes more etch every decade 1930s to 2020s. Dad and numann had plenty of exambples of bads caused by rapid tech. I was born the same year 1951. To be honest it took me really long time to start to understand dad's next question about what he called peoples entrepreneurial revolution. But he made it clear that community griunded finacing and valuation of tecahers would be make or braeak to 21st c life. So lets start there

Friday, May 31, 2013

DC since 2008 has hosted open education group concerened with world's most important missing curricula that millions of youth njeed to interact around- we came across a real living case in the life works - OLA -open action learnin gs of Muhhamd Yunus and other grassroots networks of Bangaldesh who have innovated the new economics paradigm discussed by clinton.charlie rose- the most exciting nethods to colaborate around millenniu goals, and much more

fall 2008 - we sent almost 10000 of these dvds out fee so that youth could join in debating the curriculum of social- a few collector copies remain - price by negotiation - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or you can download her or at www.yunus10000.com
We also have 8 hours of transcripts which we are happy to share with people who genuinely want youth to understand the knowledge that Dr Yunus and Grameen millions of female entrepreneur built up through grassroots networks in their race to end poverty - arguably the greatest collaboration race of all time - recall the dates : Bangladesh was born poorest 100 million nation after a war of freedom from west Pakistan in 1971- after lobbying us congress during the war years: Yunus came back to Bangladesh with his wife and 3 month old baby daughter in 1972- his wife couldn't find a way to bring up an infant and returned to the states- Yunus immersed himself in transferring his knowledge of economics studied at van der bilt to classes at university of Chittagong- then a million person famine happened and the economic theory looked so irrelevant that his took his classes out to the villages to see if they could find any opposite social and economic solutions to Macroeconomics of US bankers.
By the time our videos were filmed the world was beating to NObe Lautrate Yunus door- what was t happen between 2007-2013 and onwards has beomme yet another locally peculiar future history of the whole world of muslim born nations. As the NObel judge said in Dhaka when speaking to thod=usands of youth at his opening of the Yunus museum - you are the ypouth leaders that the whple muslim wprld can learn peace and hard working enetrprsie from while retaining your loving family talmost from that day on the conflicts across the region have taken long and winding turns -and is yet unclear whether the gree nation of Banagldesh will be able to makes its peoples choice in spite of inveneting more microentrpreneurial franchoses for open replication across world's glbla vilages racing to end poverty than anywhere on the planet
...................................................................after a few experiments microcredit loans and banking services were born initially freeing 42 village craftsmen from loan sharks with a total of 27 dollars. Dr Yunus argued with the still young leaders of the new nation that a bank for poor womens was urgent and missing from the country; he started signing himself as responsible for loans mad- between 1976 and 1983 - y7 years of trails perfenceted the grameen microfranchsie built round 60 by 60 comen circles per rural branch (each branch visising each village centre once a week thereby serving income generation microloans of 3600 of the world's poorest families- however grameen was no more a bank than a centre when the women met bot h to educate themselves ane reorganize local markets around exchnages they could animate in the village- hundreds ogf thousabnds of village cengtres emerged from 1883 when Grameen was constituted by national law to yunus and the women winng the nobel peace proze- all began each banking day with a recital of 16 decisionsreflecting what the mothrs wished the bank to invest in over time - their childrens nutrition, health and educational development - for example grameen fors line extension was carrot seeds which the ,others planeted to end theor childrens night blindness- soon it was offereing them loans to build a hut whoch won the aga khan architecture award- the hut was not a speculative property- it was the minimum needed for a family to be safe in monsoons and cyclones and it integrated a pit latrine for sanitation. It was also only available for wome n to own - henceforth if a man nverbally repeated he wanted a divorce he had to leave the house instead of throwing the mother and children out. In this way grameen was the most cogherent por-por, pro-mothers, pro-youth grassroots netwok ever designed. Things started to get more complex when Yunus becamse the first to bring mobile phones to the village. Grameen phone became the biigest company in Bangaldesh -a cause of increasing politics over the next 165 uyeras. The gramen women quietly operated the most valuable job frabchsie they had ever lady per village centre of 60 hiored a mobile phone to be used communally - it must have been very much the same freedom as when the tegram forst came to the ld west but only operated by womens networks.