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- in 1760s adam smith became the epicentre for mediating 3 of the most impactful questions on human development (ie livesmatter) which may also determine whether we the peoples apply the 2020s to sustaining or ending our species by 2100-see un sdgs
1 how will machines be shared around the world-smith's colleague at glasgow u had become world's first engineer
2 what conditions determine whether markets compound goodwill or badwill
3 what system faults in english education system need transformation if lives are to matter everywhere
smith was in the right time and place to debate these emerging systems versus others he studied including nature and health, languages cultures and faiths as ethical systems because scotland was 50 years into be colonised by london; london/england had become dominant across old and new worlds through having the biggest warships controlling the seas, english having become the main language for publishing science, how the first global monetary/trading system evolved; 50 years before smith's publications scotland had become a colony of england- it was to suffer such disadvantages as people thinning as scottish land owners became ordered/taxed by london- sheep were to be seen as quarterly more profitable than humans- my family tree traces back to the pastor of the church on the isle or arran- every sunday the peoples sat in a circle- my 3 times great grandad's main job in the 1840s was to negotiate with landowners money so that people could emigrate-this is how scotland became a majority diaspora nation within the first century of adam smith's published works; in 1843 a diaspora scit james wilson had become a member of parliament with the aim of firing the majority of mps who had become sponsored by big vested interests; james launched the economist to help reform parliament and he started the debate with queen victoria- instead of slave-making empire could royals preside over commonwealth- if we diaspora scots have a unique value it concerns searching for empowerment not powering over

adam smith alumni choice of top 50 sdg connectors and top 500 cases by tech -nb tech world started up 1760 glasgow U by adam smith and first engineer james watt- there has always been a crisis of translation between the english and their first colony to app engines -for moore ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk- which quarter of century do you want to search

top 50 sdg connectors>..health deeptech cases>..fintech cases>..edutech cases>..other tech cases>..
>fazle abed..>borlaug/food prize laureates..>bkash as 7th piece in brac finance for porest..>new tech uni glasgow year 260..>
>lee kuan yew/mahbubani..>ai food last 3 years emmanuel faber danone..>alipay and antfinance..>new tech uni stanford c150..>
>borlaug/food prize laureates..>attenborough only 60 year diversity tv anchor..>cases un digitalfinancingtaskforce.org/..>mit tech uni c130..>..
>.e pakistan cholera lab laureates including barefoot chinese medics and james grant .>village mothers para health servants-rural keynesianism since 1975.>bcorpsdanone maifesto ventures..>...new asean uni singapore>..
>.larry brilliant.>..>..>first search new uni coalitions starts with brac uni and china/schwarzman..>..
>deming
thurgood marshall
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>roosevelt/kennedy>..>..>africas virtual free uni collab..>..
>royal families of japan, netherlands , uk>..>..>..preschool playlabs>..
>keiretsu/chaebol
akio morita/founder toyota/abdul latif
mass & hanson robotics
negrppronte & joi ito
>..>..>informal primary adaptation montessori/paulo freire..>..
>..gordon moore/craig barrett>..>..>missing curricula of peer to peer- eg peer to peer health from age 10 up..>..
>guterres & ban-ki moon>..>..>girls apprentice clubs 13 up..>..
>.kobe bryant.>..>..>different practice specifi bridges to uni -eg hi tech hi, coding schools -replace classroom with blended team projects and virtual..>..
>gates>..>..>vip kid - best language coaching worldwide..>..
>berners lee and torvaulds>..>..>.dual language schools - optimising service learning.>..
>bezos and j ma>..>..>.refugeee edu educationcannotwait, educationaboveall.>..
>quadir family mobile for poorest>..>..>..>..
>p ma wechat/whatsapp>..>..>..>..
>serge brin and kai fu lee>..>..>..>..
>jerry yang & steve case>..>..>..>..
>dubai edu summit coordinators eg varkey &>..>..>..>..
>sheika moza and qatar edu summits>..>..>..>..
>abe & klaus schwab 5-place ir4 revolution geneva san fran tokyo beijing delhi>..>..>..>..
>elon musk..>..>..>..>..
>li ka-shing..>..>..>..>..
>..joko widodo
paul kagame
father and daughter jin
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>.mr and mrs stanford
clara barton and florence nightingale
gandhi and mandela
montessori & paulo freire
pope and st francis
keynes and adam smith.
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>thorkil sonne autism lives matter..>..>..>..>..
>..rosalind picard - 5 sense genii - human & machine>..>..>..>..
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.....united nations at 75 - can markets be designed to sustain our species - we explore this question through seven 5 point unnovation networks inspired by listening to some of the world's most extraordnary heroines and heroes of poverty alleviation - special thanks to the late great fazle abed 1 2 3 and his friends who welcomed us to bangladesh on 15 occasions between 2007 and 2018

5 livesmatter bottom up markets shelf; 5 top-down markets that 2020s need to value younger half of world

5 exponemtial solutions that emerged un years 1-15 - 5factor target practice of sdgs

how bottom up marketers integrate global values- 5es of microfranchising; 5 vs of place mapping

leaping ahead of moores laws 100 times more machine analytical intel 5g 2020s 1g 1980s

SHELF bottom up INTEGRATION UNITING NATIONS 2021now transformation of top-down- valuing younger half of world 2020s as first sdg generation

SAFETY

resilience of community to nature

last mile health services

personal safety in community all lives matter

Borderless good relations -life critical knowhow flows

HEALTH

Types of health and nutrition local services needed so no mum or child dies through lack of basic care

connecting world immunologists and epidemiologists

health as missing peer to peer edu curricululum from 4th grade pre-adolescence up

EDUCATION ilivelihood skills

age of humanising machine and personal connections

lifelong including interruotions eg refugees, family crises

at pre-school

at primry

through adolescence /many need apprenticeships or community learning not closed classrooms

college for lifelong teaching and studying- era when half of most valuable knowhow changes every 5 years and is opposite of disciplianry or cultural silos

LOVEQ LEADERSHIP

servant leaders and professions are embedded in communities, resolving systemiv breakdowns- this cant be done top-down; the worst constititution in 21st c is the perfect one when horse was fastest way to communicate

before 5g to 0g decades - the Economist hosted dialogue on entreprenurial revolution if future lives matter - redesign every system to valuing sme netwrks not large organisations

FINANCE

examples of tranformed finance thanks to blending digital unga75 peoples money

UNIVERSITY COALITION NATURE INFRASTRUCTURE TECH SPORTS ARTS FASHION LOCAL HEROINES
by 1960 5 extraordinary solutions looked ready for exponentilly risinghuman progress mapping 5 gravitaional factors if you find 17 sdgs too many to recall or interact
VILLAGE ENGINEERING SATELLITE COMS SPACES TECH COMP POWER YOUTH GOAL COALITION F1 END POVERTY NEXT CHILD BORNF2=SDG 2-6 BASICS OF SHELF F3 7-12 EVERRYCOMMUNITY LINKED INTO TRADE F4 13-16 CLIMATE ADATATIONF5= 7.5 BILLION PEOPLE COALITIONS BEYOND HISTORIC PLACE ONLY GOVERNANCE
e1=EFFECTIVE e2 -EFFICIENT e3=expandable to any community in need e4=electrification e5= e- aka digital V1=one VILLAGE v2=200k villages national global worldwide real & virtual
5G 2020s 5 DOLLAR COMPUTER BRAINS EVERYWHERE - PERSONAL AND SOCIETAL CLOUDS- BIG DATA LOCAL OPERABILITY 4G 2010s MOBILISE UNIVERSAL BEHAVIOURAL MAPS EARLY AI AND REAL TIME CLOUD PLATFORMS- YOUVE GOT ZOOM AND WECHAT 3G 2000s TRANSITION TO SMART MOBILE- DATA IS EVERYONES FREEDOM OR TRAP 2G 1990sBLEND COMMERCE AND KNOWLEDGE- BLEND PERSONAL COMPUTER WITH TEXT MOBILE1G 1980s INTERPERSONAL KNOWLEDGE WEBS AND COMPUTING -YOUVE GOT EMAIL

letterfrom america 2020 -sadly our peoples are up the creek in deep shit- how come US lost peoples' trust world class nations trade on? neither media, nor educators nor politicians value:

LOCAL IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL, BUT WORLDWIDE CAN BE URGENTLY LIFE CRITICAL................

Saturday, September 5, 2020

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At a time when everyone around the world is grappling with unprecedented changes and challenges in their lives, one of the most fundamental values that continues to make positive changes in our lives is generosity. The inevitable quality of giving continues bringing individuals of all backgrounds regardless of their languages, ethnicities, races, faiths, opinions together across the globe. We have witnessed various shades of generosity as they are implemented as a means of standing together in unity. Whether that's through educating ourselves on social issues, raising awareness about humanitarian causes, supporting communities through monetary contributions or reaching out to a neighbor next door or across the continents, every act of goodwill has touched people’s lives. In this time of uncertainty, there's a fundamental truth that gives us hope - that together we can do extraordinary things. Together.

In 2012, September 5th was designated the “International Day of Charity” by the UN General Assembly to commemorate the anniversary of the passing away of Mother Teresa, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 "for work undertaken in the struggle to overcome poverty and distress, which also constitute a threat to peace." In this spirit, on September 9th, Rumi Forum and UNA-NCA would like to invite you to a virtual panel highlighting how individual and/or collective initiatives keep us connected.

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Speakers:

Katherine Marshall, Executive Director, World Faiths Development Dialogue

Katherine Marshall is a senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, where she leads the center's work on religion and global development, and a professor of the practice of development, conflict, and religion in the Walsh School of Foreign Service. She helped to create and now serves as the executive director of the World Faiths Development Dialogue. Marshall, who worked at the World Bank from 1971 to 2006, has nearly five decades of experience on a wide range of development issues in Africa, Latin America, East Asia, and the Middle East, particularly those facing the world’s poorest countries. She led the World Bank’s faith and ethics initiative between 2000 and 2006. Marshall is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was previously a trustee of Princeton University. Marshall has a B.A. from Wellesley College, an M.A. from Princeton University, an MPA from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and an honorary doctorate from the University of Cambodia.

Jerome Tennille, Manager, Marriott International

Jerome Tennille is the Manager of Social Impact & Volunteerism for Marriott International. Jerome is also an independent consultant and advisor in the subject matter of Sustainability and Social Impact. Prior to that Jerome held the position of Senior Manager of Impact Analysis and Assessment for Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a national organization that offers help, hope, and healing to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in America’s armed forces. Jerome also served on the board of directors of Peace Through Action USA for four years and also serves on the PsychArmor Institute Advisory Committee for the School of Volunteers & Nonprofits. Jerome holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in operations management and a Master of Sustainability Leadership (MSL) from Arizona State University. Jerome is designated as Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA) and is also a veteran of the US Navy.

Kim R. Ford, President and CEO, Martha's Table

Kim R. Ford serves as President and CEO of Martha’s Table. Ford previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary and Acting Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education. Previously, Ford served as the Dean of Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning at the University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC). Prior to joining UDC-CC, Ford served in the Obama Administration’s Recovery Implementation Office. She directed working relationships between the Office of the Vice President and eight federal agencies on Recovery Act programs. Ford holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.

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