welcome to newyorkuni.com: story NY is usa's only location at supercityuni.com - perhaps its no surprise that 3 billionaires have opened up new universities valuing youth's futures more than anywhere else in the country - thank you bloomberg schwarzman and soros- with special mention to xx fo freeing tuition of medics at the old NYU ::;
thanks china
for hostong 5 most educational banking summits 2020 miami 19 luxembourg 18 mumbai 17 jeju 16 beijing
Join BeltRoadImagine workspace and applaud podcasters like Zara
story - ENGLISH LANGUAGE CHANGES CHINAS WAYS TO EDUCATE (2016 un-china report)
china as peace provider ..foreign affairs transcripts. ...sec5...un as peacemaking benchmark? more youth markets win-win
trade partners china .. tech leadership 2025 .. cloud china ..4I

China Report of year 2018 -coming soon slideshow of
18 october 2008 5 year party congress beijing -related women hold sky miracles BRAC economistasean.com BRI 1 2

Global2.0 declarations with 100 friends of Xi Jinping -Xiamen(Brics Plus), Beijing (Belt Road), WEF (Jan 2017), UN 2015, Tajikstan 2013, Beijing 1996


#theeconomist good news youth sustain livelihoods & planet map links- fall 17 edu reports unesco, brookings, world bank- navigating 11 win-win trading zones - China and 10 Latin America. 9 Africa, 8 Med Sea 7 Corridor of Stans and mid east; 6 N America :: EURASIA 5 West Europe 4 East Europe 3 Russia 2 India (including bangladesh myanmar corridor) 1 Pacific East ), 0 Inside China questions text usa 240 316 8157 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk good news korea (+79 nations) empowered by jinping's aiib2017 take climate goals collaboration race to new level- green big bang 1 2 world record book of job creation help! top 20 Economist challenges

Thursday, July 9, 2020

what if all sustainable trading roads lead to and from sino-japan

this was the logic of my father's entrepreneurial revolution nand asian pacific century surveys in the economist from 1975 onwards

my father's favorite geo-historian at heard ezra vogel has just brought lout a book which explains how inyer=related the hapuets of asia consciousess movements are between india china and japan

roughly in 600 japan was a place of many tribes- one led by a woman sent emissaruesto choa to understand how china was more of a nation builder- they discovered and imported a consciousness culture whch had itself be borrowed from india

consciousness cultures tune into many natural deities (and rituals) not one golden rule one- most6 of the word is culturally atuned to consiousness cultures now singular gods (so called oilden rule faiths)

i first started seeing videos of abuy by the name of ma, jack mas in 2007 - interestingly jack was an english language coach and cultural explorer for 20 yearo befire a chnane visit to seatlle in 1995 occurred just as amazon was launching ecommerce- jack too conforms that the majority of the world's people's consciousness culture is borderless in its positive ways of valuing nature and responsibilities to each other sustainability goals

since nearly 2/3 people are asian how continental china manages its borders and routes beyond is tricky- note it has over 15 landed neighbors compared with usa's two;

lets start with some simpler routes


James Wilson and Norman Macrae were agreed the only reason they spent their lives mediating economics was ending poverty -the happiness and freedom search to empower every livelihood. Picking up their leadership pens, 105 years apart Wilson 1843 tried to celebrate goodwill of leaders as impacts of industrial revolution multiplied; Norman(1948) as the worldwide started an odyssey of doubling spends on communications every 7 years for 70 years- that's a 1000 fold increase of 2015now. Which women ensure that their half of the human race impacts the future of sustainably in all the ways that men are prone to risking most

Sunday, August 6, 2017


How the Belt and Road Became the 'Project of the Century'

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EIR's Bill Jones address Schiller Institute's , "The Belt and Road Initiative Opens a New Era for Humanity," July 22 , 2017.
Eurasian Land Bridge Report

we use belt road geographical layout and include some of its major projects as catalysts of emerging friendship networks ---
and value cgtn good news -eg brics : belt : china-us economic cooperation
0 china as epicenter of mapping sustainability world trade routes from 1996 , 1977
1 pacific east
1.0 south china sea -15 years asean charter
quarterbilliongirls.com editorial parters of the world record book of jobs creation ranks china as friending sustainability youth (economies) world with the top 2 world record job creators of 2017-2020 xi jinping and jack ma

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0 China- -China's wealthiest businessman leads commiss
0.1 beijing is both the host to the most collaborative global 2.0 summits such as biannual belt road and strategic think tank space linking in extraordinary alumni of eg tsinghua (with mit the world largest mooc provider) and peking u ; as well as supercity connector of green infrastructure banking
see www.worldcitize.tv to download SME maps contributed at China G20 as Hangzhou consensus turned the tide on what digital globalisation can doin creating global village jobs and celebrating 2030 youthful race to sustainability

culture entrepreneur note - when CGTN's travelogue host made her first
shenzhen 1 the supercity of makers movements - eg china's member of fabcity - watch out for BELT ROADS new bridge connecting hing kong and the extraordinary development region that shenzhen manufacturing became the world's epicentre of

hong kong summer 2017 celebrated 20th anniversary of being retu
known as supercity where multinational meet and where many global professions china offices are headquartered  - has also masterminded conflict resolution hosting of such extraordinary 21st C trading friends clusters as BRICS summits and shanghai cooperation organsiation linking region 2 3 7 - the m
Dalian news

(WEF)   dalian2017    odd year co-host of summer world economic forum rotated with ...
host 2017 china brics

direct rail to moscow -quarter of air cost
Bangladesh especially BRAC

Education (first new cuuriculum materna/infant health) in tandem with financial inclusion was how village women and girls were empowered to develop the nation of bangladesh.
3 UAE nowhere 2010-2016 has started up more gamechanging summits than this region with wise out of qatar and http://www.globalteacherprize.org/  out of dubai the 2 most notable

4 Scotland - thats's where Gordon Brown and his wife planted World in a School and became headhunted to be the special env
cgtn asean

note regional distinction between 

Tuesday, July 26, 2016


Ayesha Abed Foundation - in memory of Sir Fazle Abed's first wife - empowering trainer of women in fashion skills- Shameran in director representing AAF at the national investment bank  http://www.ipdcbd.com/?page_id=52 wonder if there is a way to connect with women leaders in city of London .... green youth opportunities. more at start of UN week Fashion4Development , wall street funds for Latin America's race to end poverty, ... or other investment banks in sustainability4girls
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This is an interesting subnetwork potentially pivotal to future of fashion sector - wonder if china has something similar emerging at taobao village networks empowered by ali baba supply chains

STORY
Despite being persistently mocked as a transvestite, Fatema shows sheer indifference to the cat-calling by the people around her. She is one of the oldest and most talented workers at one of the centers of Ayesha Abed Foundation (AAF). Fatema was cast out of her house by her brothers and has been looking after her mother for 15 years. Right when Fatema began looking for a living, AAF came as a beacon of light, and has have been her second home since then.
Trying to relocate and revitalise the general mass after the war of independence, BRAC, AAF’s buyer of products, was concerned about how they can make the current condition of the citizens better after the war of 1971. The light-bulb moment occurred when they realised the importance of empowering women in terms of income and independence: the idea having its roots in BRAC’s core vision of alleviating poverty and empowering people towards a better future. Soon, in 1976, BRAC along with Ayesha Abed, the founder of AAF, began to train women in hand-craft related work. Ayesha Abed initiated most of the activities as she urged women to become strong-willed and trained in the artisan sector. Hopes were pinned high upon Ayesha Abed. She arranged professional trainers, and they began training one woman at a time. They started with the most traditional of handicrafts, such as nakshi kantha and embroidered goods. Who would’ve known this one small step would lead to hundreds of women to achieving a milestone in their lives.
About the founder
Ayesha Abed was a social activist and the wife of BRAC’s founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed. In 1982, Ayesha Abed Foundation was founded in the honour of the late Ayesha Abed. The primary focus of AAF was clear: to empower women from every nook and cranny of Bangladesh; especially women in devastating states who had endured a lot of pain and suffering.
AAF’s first project was carried out in 1983 in Manikganj, the place where the renowned zamindars, the Bara Bhuiyans, were defeated by the Mughal Empire. Home to the famous Matta Kshitish Lal Sarkar bari kali mandir, Baliati Zamindar Bari and a few other such forts, Manikganj had a very high illiteracy rate back in the 70s. Since illiterate women have been the best target of discrimination throughout the decades in Bangladesh, clearly Manikganj was the perfect place to look for women who needed help. AAF has always believed in instilling the right kind of attitude in women right from the beginning of its establishment. “My life has transformed into something better,” Fatema said regarding Ayesha Abed Foundation’s impact.
Role of the organisation
AAF acts as a facilitator in gathering and organising both skilled and untrained artisans from various village organisations across the country and providing them with training and employment in its numerous centers which serve as Aarong's production hubs. Even Aarong was born out of need, initially acting as the only buyer for AAF products. Aarong is a social enterprise creating livelihood and opportunities for over 65,000 rural artisans, 95% of whom are poor women. Ever since AAF was founded, Aarong has primarily been taking hand-made products by workers who are under it. AAF currently has 13 centers and 637 sub-centers all across Bangladesh.
In the beginning, the foundation began to study and catalogue the designs and motifs of traditional art forms by visiting museums, elderly craft masters and private collectors. They experimented with all kinds of native forms of design and materials, trying to figure out if AAF could help Aarong launch them in any of its product lines. The foundation hired skilled craftsmen to help train village women in stitching, weaving and dyeing. Soon women were seen in groups, mingling and making beautiful designs and embroideries on pieces of cloth, pulled tight on easels. They became so adept at what they do that they could stitch clothes without even looking at it.
That’s what AAF did with women: They made their hands agile and their lives advanced.
Taslima, who’s a 22-year-old single mother working in one of the sub-centers in Jamalpur, talks positively about AAF, much like Fatema. The district Jamalpur, situated on the bank of the Brahmaputra River, is abundant in ice, sugarcane, jute, tobacco, and mustard, which implies that the district is heavily reliant on men for agrarian work. This was clearly portrayed when, after being betrayed by her husband, abandoned, Taslima found no jobs available for her in any sector in Jamalpur. Ayesha Abed Foundation yet again arrived as a salvation to Taslima, and has done so in numerous occasions for women in dire conditions.
Services and vision
AAF has the artisan development initiative (ADI), a BRAC integrated development program for artisans who work at AFF. ADI brings six of BRAC’s core development programs like microfinance, health and nutrition. Services under ADI include access to microloans and savings accounts, access to free legal assistance and prenatal and postnatal care for pregnant artisans. Free sanitary latrines are distributed to the artisans in actual need of them, and awareness on safe water and good hygiene practices are promoted. Social stigmas are also openly brought up. The artisans are particularly fond of the legal sessions because these provide them access to practical solutions to their legal problems.
AAF’s work can be considered to be completely synonymous to women empowerment. AAF doesn’t just generate income for women but works towards embedding women with courage, independence and dreams waiting to be realised.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016


text  friends of macrae,tv wash dc 240316 8157 to join in economist women main open spaces of march 2016

First follower posting to Frances (miss america nigeria friend of univerityofstars ) -and conscious youth network friends-  

by way of introduction because worldsocialtrade friends and i aim to be leading collaboration searchers with youth I am delighted when someone texts 2403168157 to say my cases are not best - instead look at case xxx- then friends and i can try and meet founders of both cases to make the most of each others outreach to youth action networks of sustainability




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