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Do you see why education must change way beyond 300 hundred old classrooms to empower girls to explore far more than history can examine? NB by 1969 about 12 times more comstech had led a small network of men to race to the moon while almost half of girls were too poor to have access to electricity grids let alone any progress of 250 years of Industrial Revolution. Inspired by miraculous developments in China and Bangladesh, GirlsBeltRoad invites every community to celebrate going beyond win-lose era of colonisation and carbonisation. Diarise sustainability's urgent search for world record jobs creators; empower girls to lift up half the sky by transforming orbits of education and economies back to celebrating sutsainability of everyone. Recommendation listen to why China's richjest technologist values LoveQ then dare to play the WRJC game of fives with everyone you network with. Girls stories of goodwill's 7 social wonders in on : bankers, food workers, health servants, educators, hi-trust media designers, disaster relief connectors, public service.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Back in 2007 my father norman macrae's last youth journalism for humanity project sent many curious students to Bangladesh. 10 years on: Chinese and Bangladesh female graduate friends of Sir Fazle Abed at BRAC have been brainstorming 2 elements of Governor Won's launch of green big bang club during AIIB2017:
  1. goal to assemble 2000 governors who want to benchmark how their places and peoples race to carbon zero
  2. Jeju fluid position as newly people autonomous region regarding national curricula at schools and college level



1 From work at World Possible (the number 1 space for cataloguing open learning content eg khan academy) advice is keep all national curricula digital not paper-based - that way everyone can dashboard back skills and apprenticeship dynamics of livelihood learning

2 Consider empowering students and teachers to curate something halfway between a carbon zero huffington post and wikipedia- critical is inviting in the sources -eg would someone from your team join in, from Prince Charles at ashden.org and BBC nature teams at ashden, from british council climate-culture champions program- who would china choose as sources to balance participation all across key crossroads of belt road; and given next G20 in Argentina- how to choose someone close to pope's encyclical on climate and fusion with Argentina's sherpa networks- now that Germany G20 is over the next 350 days of latin culture's connections with Sino-UN-Americas is absolutely critical - there is no other world staged latin forum mapped over next 3.5 years of Trump and Jinping even though Franciscans and Confucians value youth/girl empowerment in ways of deepest relevance to the 17 sustainability goals   

3 involve Brookings both at Tsinghua and DC- while he was still head of Brookings Bill Antholis:
1 appointed leading green think tanker in Beijing to head Brookings at Tsinghua
2 involved basketball superstar Yao Ming in maximising education friendships
3 just this week CGTN has been discussing the new book on chinese thinktanks by brooking scholar and biographer of Xi Jinping : Cheng Li



4 involve four people first from Gordon Brown and the UN's 30 leaders of the education commission ie Gordon Brown, Jim Kim, Jack Ma, the female governor of Tokyo- Belt-Road new infrastructure mapping questions include: China's G20 preparation involved youth and citizens in digital, green finance, maximising SME value chains- whats the opportunity now so that green big bang club and AIIB gain massive youth action networking before Argentina; Ma already puts 0.3% of AliBaba revenues into green- is there some way that eg he might want to sponsor AI to match context of green big bang race to zero carbon- and how does all this connect with AliBaba being main sponsor of Olympics in Tokyo paris (climate 199 nations published plans) and la- how can sustainability youth livelihood summaries of every relevant Jeju summit with its great conference centre connect with the greatest education and green summits -right now the wise summit that sir fazle was first education laureate is at a crossroads because of Qatar issues but it had already massively scaled alumni through wise@beijing and wise@madrid- should there be a wise@jeju - or if qatar is too complex at moment what about dubai's million dollar teachers prize- could there be a second million dollar teachers prize of carbon-zero societies

5 Chinese students have championed a very simple economic point - how can youth champion sustainability goals when they dont speak each others languages? (eg excluding diaspora less than 7% of Chinese speak English and vice versa)- why not make Jeju schools a world epicentre initially in 4 second languages Korean Chinese Japanese and English (as well as others who want to join in); Jeju can become the world's number 1 penpal2.0 network in second languages as well as matching its interests in ecootourism- 10 times more affordable second language competence is possible if you make languages a major reason why Jeju youth social mediate with global youth

6 Optimalise access to coding and apps curricula as well as youth knowhow to brainstorm how blockchain will link in climate zero's race 

We see that a much more inclusive brainstorm list can be assembled by Jeju, AIIB, the G20 road to Argentina and other global 2.0 races china and UN Guterres are helping youth celebrate

but we hope a version of this idea gets to governor won in case its timely; the next meeting in Dhaka of quarterbilliongirls club as annual 80th birthday wish present around sir fazle is due in early august before Chinese female graduates start massively  student union we-chats of 2017-2018

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