HUMANITY'S SPRING
breaking april join guterres coalitions lets end all wars on people and unite around ending virus
2020s sdgs most exciting decade -

TO BE OR NOT TO BE
lets begin with :IF you are a young refugee your life depends not on people chatting about the 17 sdgs but peer to peer apprenticing replicable solutions goals 1-6 go together - you need a coalition between teachers and students that explains goal 1 ending poverty is linked to how to finance the refugee to maximise community last mile health services and unless you are in a camp to maximise food and water security and safety for women as much as for boys-brac partners inspired for half a century by former royal dutch shell ceo for east pakistan fazle abed have been developing this action learning curricula for 50 years and currently update it with rohinga and wherever un hubs of education above all connect refugees -as well as curricula sustaining refugees brac partners wizards likemit/quadirs/gates/jack ma in delivering digital finance for unbanked

- goal 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G
moonrace1960s:


Soros founded CEU-graduate institution-30 years out of homeland Budapest moved nov2019 to Vienna, Soros Central European Uni- uniting post USSR youth with global youth- mitigating conflicts of EU, middle east, landlocked epicenter of Eurasia east west- and arctic circle north to mid east to African south: the UN world of health, peace and trade, global sports, mobile tech hub out of Vienna, Geneva neutrality of bankers, ethics global sports ngos and hopefully climate adaptability risk – alumni of ban ki-moon, and music/arts city of europe

OSF’s Higher Education Support Program (HESP) effectively served as a Marshall Plan for higher education in Central and Eastern Europe. CEU, founded in 1991, became a unique model in graduate education

CEU hosts annual 5 day student friendships summit “get engaged”

OSBs MK 1 2 Tweet Alex soros georgesoros

Mar 31 The organization I founded, the Open Society Foundations, will contribute €1 million to aid the city of Budapest in solidarity with the people of my birthplace in the midst of this unprecedented emergency. https://trib.al/rGcfGjZ

Bard university- 21stc Swarthmore out of NY state- led by world class musical composer Leon Botstein- trusted by Soros as facilitator in chIef- was growing great NY hub on 86st but currently all hubs closed down- experiential learning of American and global youth friendships- first access to Soros Open Society culture hubs & economists. LB +OS global12 Soros G A MsA Kaletsky MallochB CEU Ignatieff Rev Krastev MsCattaui Gaspard D-Sachs SchiffrinCU

Princeton U global history lab .. mooc

Hub in high schools with Brooklyn library with branches long island, Baltimore, DC, & returning citizens.

Bard at berlin. At QUIDS Palestine

RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS AND EDU nets

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (United States) 1
Chatham House (United Kingdom) 1
Institute for New Economic Thinking (United States and United Kingdom) -see lower box
Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen (Austria) 1
Open Society Archives (Hungary) 1
Rift Valley Institute (Kenya) 1
The Talloires Network boston tufts uni 1

Out of Dhaka, ABED U of BRAC & OSUN. Led today by Vincent Chang, Fazle Abed began Brac U with friends of James Grant health college including Swarthmore epidemiologist David Fraser. The goal to celebrate SDG futures of Asian youth, public servants, tech leaders, girl-safe community-links with world’s largest ngo partnership. Abed’s 50 years of poverty alleviation networking stemmed from being Glasgow engineering graduate and Royal Dutch Shell regional CEO for East Pakistan. Brac empowers village women community building- microfranchising health food, finance livelihood edu 1- first 30 years peer to peer in villages with no electricity- last 20 years choose leapfrog partners. brac and ashesi only wise laureates where university is core model celebrated by Sheihka Moza

Brac = world’s largest 2g fintech poor www.bkash.com with mit-legatum, gates, jack ma and integrated partner licenes such as ultra poor recent nobel prize win for mit poverty lab, james grant school of public health, lego-brac global pre-schools with yidan (ten cent hong kong) and yidan Europe- cambridge Uni- adolescent girls clubs brac international netherlands and mastercard foundation Canada. Gabv.org with visa presencing institute mit. Brac triangualised microhealth, microedu, microfinance-in scaling economic coalition it connects 4 value chains of sustainability – ie one village, 200k villages, national, global

Out of Accra, Ghana Ashesi U founded by Patrick Awuah and friends Microsoft Seattle -future of African sdg youth, public servant leaders, tech, youth hubs. Patrick adapting 20 years collaboratory of Africa new Unis and hubs (eg Kenya Ihub). Ashesi is the main U model celebrated by WISE’s Moza & Ghana president -both top 17 UN eminents of SDGs- and closely mentored by Mahbubani of Singapore Uni celebrating and dedicated to Lee Kuan Yew- next Mahbubani worldwide seminar out of china institute in NY- 4/7/2020. Africa also has greatest medical teaching school last mile health in Rwanda Jim Yong Kim/Paul Farmer. Soros had sponsored brac Liberia and sierra leone ahead of ebola)

Question – what works masterclass, zoom, various mooc platforms, Arizona states platforms, hujiang 40000 live classroom.,tencent/baidu platforms. how’s this vary by bandwidth

Arizona state soros us trusted leader in online education- major retirement project since 2009 of former intel ceo craig barrett- craig had tried Bangladesh-intel as his last csr project but knew yunus not abed

Vital edu jack ma 1 2

2009 Soros launched ineteconomics to reverse global meltdown and map rising community nets. Soros helps mediate moving beyond paper currencies and nationalist politicians. He supports theory of economics reflexivity which can help update 260 years of Smithian moral philosophy

In late 1990s soros 2 greatest sdg successes found jim kim and paul farmer, sponsored first mobile phone village tests- boston epicenter of both- by 2005 jim kim had found both gates and abed and by 2012 soros wanted ceu to br abed’s best partner-ceu also has 20 laureate alumni curricula starting with popper

London U -soas machel online – school oriental African studies & Birkbeck

Paris science po-nb parish hq of UN education & Unesco

ALSO American uni at Kyrgyzstan and Bulgaria, European U of humanities Lithuania, Fulbright U Vietnam, U los andes colombia

Soros partnership with gorbachev and lech walesa caused birthof open society offices in 150 capitals, and soros helped gorbachev launch annual summit on nobel peace laureates aswell as youth solidarity networks-main partnerjournalists at club of rome also green advocates

Soros first philanthropy coined term entrepreneurial evolution with south African youth- potentially trcks world from mandela back to Gandhi- attenborough family is bbc world leading editor n nature and Gandhi-

Open society laureates Austrian Karl popper origin of laureates 1994– global 2016 / MEDICINS SANS FRONTIERE 2014 / KRISTALINA GEORGIEVA EU crisis response Haiti, Pakistan, and Chile after natural disasters. 2012 / ARYEH NEIER, Former President of the Open Society Foundations- 2011 co-recipient 2011 / JAVIER SOLANA, RICHARD C. HOLBROOKE, 2010 / LOUISE ARBOUR, President and CEO of The International Crisis Group 2008 / KOFI A. ANNAN, Seventh Secretary-General of the United NationsGlobal south 2013 / SIR FAZLE HASAN ABED KCMG, Founder and Chairperson of BRAC 2006 / RICARDO LAGOS, Former President of ChileCentral Europe: 2018 / JANOS KORNAI 2007 / CARLA DEL PONTE, Former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia 2002 / MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI, Former Minister of Justice of Georgia and co-recipient ZURAB ZHVANIA, 2001 / BRONISLAW GEREMEK, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland 2000 / ARPAD GONCZ, President of the Republic of Hungary and co-recipient MAMPHELA RAMPHELE, a Managing Director of the World Bank1999 / VACLAV HAVEL, President of the Czech Republic :: 2017 Germany Joachim Gauck 2015 / THE INTERNATIONAL RENAISSANCE FOUNDATION creation open society Ukraine- 2009 / MARTTI AHTISAARI, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (2008), Former President of the Republic of FinlandUS 2019 / STIGLITZ T 2003 / TOM LANTOS, Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives

Saturday, September 14, 2019

17 sdgs first tour
Basic 6:
development of 8 billion humans begins and ends with 
how you design 
finance explains goal 1 poverty 
livelihood education goal 4

the 4 most basic community-grounding apps of your worldwide design of finance and  livelihood education are
health and safety goal 3
end hunger/famine- goal 2 - local food security

sanitation and water goal 6 

gender equality 5 - historically human strength impacted agricultural and industrial market  efficiency- cultures and history often made women underclasses - ie 4 billion people were less valued for their life's productive possibilities; this is one of the market (vale chain design) changes the age of trillion tomes moore tech (5G 2020s 4G 2010s 3G 2G 1G 1980s 0G 1970s)  than moon race (as breakthrough use of machine ai) needed to leapfrog with the way humans collaborated around machine intel and not juts machine power

MAPPING 4 GOALS EXPLAIN FUTURE HISTORY OF WHERE A CHILD IS BORN:
they also explain the 2 meta-chinges drover of 1960-2030 tech how humans use artificial intelligence, and how we go beyond carbon chains in markets including energy and packaging eg reducing plastic

7 Energy (eg in industrial age markets of coal and steel as well as other natural resources); primarily G8 nations grew bigger and bigger empires designed to extract these resources from everywhere else- in so doing some of their people advanced at least 100 fold beyond subsistence- opportunity to innovate was also very unevenly distributed- even as some men landed on the moon in 1969 more than half of people had no access to electricity grids so eg only person to person communications- moores law timelined 1 trillion times more coms tech by 2030- sustainability would depend on how digital cooperation preferentially applied poorest

Goal 16 Peace/Justice it was known that the world wars were a single that 200 nations needed to mediate beyond the G8 world to value diversity and end inequalities- no peace could link places around the world including the bbc's Attenborough's 7 planets one world without redesigning the legislatures of 200 places and ending externalisation across borders the main driver of big get bigger emperors

Over 50 nations (small island developing nations) have huge water estates and small land to produce with - they depend on goal 14 knowledge.markets of life below water eg fish a product nature has always distributed in boundariless ways through oceans - remaps the 7 worlds ; precursor blue planet shows eg ending plastic essential

Over 25 nations have the opposite challenge- only knowledge of land markets  (goal 15) no ocean access- this accelerates many conflicts - eg 90% of world trade depends on shipping so these nations need infrastructure belt roads shared with neighboring nations if they are to participate in globalisation-some nations like the congo have the unfairest history of all- empires have exploited their natural resources while leaving their peoples no trading infrastructures other than those that the world's biggest corporations design for their extractive economic models including 90 day profiteering

Are the other goals actually jigsaw pieces in system integration of 5G to -0G world
goal 17 private and public partners fails to triangularise ngos etc who value the younger half of the world as every place's win-win currency 

GOALS THAT CANT BE ACHIEVED BY BUILDING WALLS ( ZEROSUM GREATNESS OF SEPARATE PLACES( FAILURE TO TECH LEAPFROG WHEREVER INFRASTRUCTURE UNEQUAL
11 Sustainable cities and communities
10 Reduced inequalities
9 Infrastructure, Innovation/Industry
8 Decent world and economic growth
12 responsible production and consu,ption - market media and
13 climate action - market governanace &

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