Wednesday, October 13, 2021

 if you are graduating in 2025 - 2025report.com latest of 40 years clues of what to be aware of are at this linkedin article of UNwomens  - or if you need very local tour guide rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

what to do if you are

under 6 - make sure your community knows eraly childhood play and 30 hour lieteracy traiing ; and nutrition duting uyour first 1000 days

under 11 - make sure you know what age both your family and country guarantee good schools ; we now know that whatever are your last 2 yeras of classroom schooling - get networked in teen apprentice glubs especially id you are a girl; if your library cant digitally app you to a great choice of clubs eg coding arts, nursing, agriculture ... make sure you have ebiugh friends co-searching

... more at www.abedmooc.com


Friday, September 24, 2021

new nations

after 1970
Bangladesh 8th largest population from pakistan from UKMarch 26, 1971
United Arab EmiratesDecember 2, 1971
BahrainDecember 16, 1971
QatarDecember 18, 1971
BahamasJuly 10, 1973
Guinea BissauSeptember 24, 1973
GrenadaFebruary 7, 1974
MozambiqueJune 25, 1975
Cape VerdeJuly 5, 1975
ComorosJuly 6, 1975
São Tomé and PríncipeJuly 12, 1975
Papua New GuineaSeptember 16, 1975
AngolaNovember 11, 1975
SurinameNovember 25, 1975
Western SaharaFebruary 27, 1976
SeychellesJune 29, 1976
DjiboutiJune 27, 1977
Solomon IslandsJuly 7, 1978
TuvaluOctober 1, 1978
DominicaNovember 3, 1978
Saint LuciaFebruary 22, 1979
KiribatiJuly 12, 1979
Saint Vincent & the GrenadinesOctober 27, 1979
BelizeSeptember 21, 1981
Antigua & BarbudaNovember 1, 1981
Northern CyprusSeptember 2, 1983
Saint Kitts and NevisSeptember 19, 1983
BruneiJanuary 1, 1984
LatviaMay 4, 1990
LithuaniaMarch 11, 1990
NamibiaMarch 21, 1990
SloveniaDecember 26 & June 25, 1990
GeorgiaApril 9, 1991
EstoniaAugust 20, 1991
UkraineAugust 24, 1991
MoldovaAugust 27, 1991
KyrgyzstanAugust 31, 1991
UzbekistanSeptember 1, 1991
MacedoniaSeptember 8, 1991
TajikistanSeptember 9, 1991
ArmeniaSeptember 21, 1991
CroatiaOctober 8, 1991
AzerbaijanOctober 18, 1991
TurkmenistanOctober 27, 1991
KazakhstanDecember 16, 1991
Bosnia and HerzegovinaMarch 1, 1992
SlovakiaJuly 17, 1992
Czech RepublicJanuary 1, 1993
EritreaMay 24, 1993
East TimorMay 20, 2002
MontenegroMay 21, 2006
KosovoFebruary 17, 2008
South SudanJuly 9, 2011
1898-1944

hilippinesJune 12, 1898
CubaMay 20, 1902
PanamaNovember 3, 1903
BulgariaSeptember 22, 1908
MongoliaDecember 29, 1911
AlbaniaNovember 28, 1912
IrelandApril 24, 1916
FinlandDecember 6, 1917
LithuaniaFebruary 16, 1918
EstoniaFebruary 24, 1918
GeorgiaMay 26, 1918
ArmeniaMay 28, 1918
AzerbaijanMay 28, 1918
Czech RepublicOctober 28, 1918
PolandNovember 11, 1918
LatviaNovember 18, 1918
UkraineJanuary 22, 1919
AfghanistanAugust 19, 1919
TurkeyOctober 29, 1923
South AfricaDecember 11, 1931
IraqOctober 3, 1932
LebanonNovember 22, 1943
IcelandJune 3, 1944
BelarusJuly 3, 1944
1776 to 1895
United StatesJuly 4, 1776
HaitiJanuary 1, 1804
SerbiaFebruary 15, 1804
EcuadorAugust 10, 1809
ChileFebruary 12, 1810
ColombiaJuly 20, 1810
MexicoSeptember 16, 1810
ParaguayMay 15, 1811
VenezuelaJuly 5, 1811
NorwayMay, 1814
ArgentinaJuly 9, 1816
Costa RicaSeptember 15, 1821
GreeceMarch 25, 1821
PeruJuly 28, 1821
NicaraguaSeptember 15, 1821
HondurasSeptember 15, 1821
GuatemalaSeptember 15, 1821
El SalvadorSeptember 15, 1821
Dominican RepublicDecember 1, 1821
EcuadorMay 24, 1822
BrazilSeptember 7, 1822
BoliviaAugust 6, 1825
UruguayAugust 25, 1825
BelgiumJuly 21, 1831
LiberiaJuly 26, 1847
CanadaJuly, 1867
RomaniaMay 10, 1877
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1945-1970
South KoreaAugust 15, 1945
North KoreaAugust 15, 1945
VietnamSeptember 2, 1945
JordanMay 25, 1946
SyriaApril 17, 1946
PakistanAugust 14, 1947
IndiaAugust 15, 1947
MyanmarJanuary 4, 1948
IsraelBetween April 15 & May 15, 1948 (depending on Hebrew Calendar)
Sri LankaFebruary 4, 1948
LibyaDecember 24, 1951
CambodiaNovember 9, 1953
LaosOctober 22, 1953
AustriaOctober 26, 1955
MoroccoNovember 18, 1955
SudanJanuary 1, 1956
TunisiaMarch 20, 1956
GhanaMarch 6, 1957
MalaysiaAugust 31, 1957
GuineaOctober 2, 1958
CameroonJanuary 1, 1960
SenegalApril 4, 1960
TogoApril 27, 1960
MadagascarJune 26, 1960
Democratic Republic of the CongoJune 30, 1960
SomaliaJuly 1, 1960
BeninAugust 1, 1960
Burkina FasoAugust 5, 1960
NigerAugust 3, 1960
Ivory CoastAugust 7, 1960
Republic of the CongoAugust 15, 1960
GabonAugust 17, 1960
MaliSeptember 22, 1960
NigeriaOctober 1, 1960
CyprusOctober 1, 1960
MauritaniaNovember 28, 1960
KuwaitFebruary 25, 1961
Sierra LeoneApril 27, 1961
TanzaniaDecember 9, 1961
SamoaJune 1, 1962
BurundiJuly 1, 1962
RwandaJuly 1, 1962
AlgeriaJuly 5, 1962
JamaicaAugust 6, 1962
Trinidad & TobagoAugust 31, 1962
UgandaOctober 9, 1962
MalaysiaSeptember 16, 1963
KenyaDecember 12, 1963
MalawiJuly 6, 1964
MaltaSeptember 21, 1964
ZambiaOctober 24, 1964
The GambiaFebruary 18, 1965
MaldivesJuly 26, 1965
SingaporeAugust 9, 1965
ZimbabweNovember 11, 1965
GuyanaMay 26, 1966
BotswanaSeptember 30, 1966
LesothoOctober 4, 1966
BarbadosNovember 30, 1966
AnguillaMay 30, 1967
YemenNovember 30, 1967
NauruJanuary 31, 1968
MauritiusMarch 12, 1968
SwazilandSeptember 6, 1968
Equatorial GuineaOctober 12, 1968
TongaJune 4, 1970
FijiOctober 10, 1970
1900-1945before 1900

Thursday, February 18, 2021

sdgs year 7

 https://sdgs.un.org/goals

Today, the Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DSDG) in the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) provides substantive support and capacity-building for the SDGs and their related thematic issues, including waterenergyclimateoceansurbanizationtransportscience and technology, the Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR)partnerships and Small Island Developing States. DSDG plays a key role in the evaluation of UN systemwide implementation of the 2030 Agenda and on advocacy and outreach activities relating to the SDGs. In order to make the 2030 Agenda a reality, broad ownership of the SDGs must translate into a strong commitment by all stakeholders to implement the global goals. DSDG aims to help facilitate this engagement.

Follow DSDG on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sustdev and on Twitter at @SustDev.

SDGs Icons. Downloads and guidelines.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

debate of the year - virus who pays

where is this debate opening across societies and borders
now that every person is onlin how do we map a global beyond borders
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
can boston make a come back with kimuniversity.com
will osun make this curriculum of the year across its 20 plus worldwide scholars webs
will jack ma's second year returning to being youth full time educator turn from olympics of sports celebrities to olympics of local heroes- does community health ai exist as a field if so why dont bezon and ma's beb services unite to show us how ro rock
ater 10 dusastrous statistical mistakes will governors take back escape from the virus world wherever americans most despeately need community action not washigon grandstanding
send us your question on the debate of a lifetime
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I once asked who will pay for the COVID? From what I have seen, here are some possibilities
1. Individual taxpayer (no surprise, what else?)
2. Corporate taxpayer (especially those who have made a lot of money during this period)
3. Petro taxes: keeping the retail price constant, the government can cash in on the low petrol prices.
4. Insurance companies (this is what they do).
5. Governments could take debt (so finally taxpayer but spread over the years to our children and grandchildren).
6. Shareholders take risk and should bear risk as far as bankruptcy is concerned. This includes pension funds who took the risk... can't just have gains.
7. Charity.
8. Issue new money (see Milford Bateman's comment below).
9 China pays (can't understand why, wonder which country is going to be charged for Ebola or AIDS or any other illness). Of course, China may say US pays... lets make US great again?
10. Germany pays! This is a new one, in the name of European solidarity. Not so new if one remembers my paper on Greece: the price of access to markets must be social security subsidies for weaker countries. (At that time I hadn't thought of "weak" meaning those more susceptible to a virus, though).
https://lnkd.in/dCmMQ-N
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