KC3.dev-- ed3envoyUn.com : The Economist's story begins 1843 as a London Scot JW's diary of how to support 20-something Queen Victorian transform constitution of an island from slavemaking gunboating empire to hoped for commonwealth; it took James Wilson's life (died Calcutta 1860 of diarrhea) and legacy 180 years to get to 2023- can media (Swiss UN global connectivity since 1865) design cooperations whch millennials need TO BE 1st sustainability generation (Applause) or extinction's destiny (boos -dismal beyond belief FTX RVP #45 subp 911 ...). Since James was an alumni of Adam Smith - we welome all diarists to 265th moral sentiments summits Glashgow UUn June 2023 - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk ( after action debrief ecop26.com)
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Lot of cooperation needed to advance Guterres UN priorities of 2023 - where can we connect -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
Join the dao of 2025report- last edition beyond extinction: the overall story of co-research von neumann scoop- who will unite what good with 100 times more tech per decade - chapter 1 how 5 tech eras have accelerated since 1865 -3 in the last 30 years.
chap2 how from 2016 the UNs framework offers first transformation in gov serving people since beginning of government in king's English - can you all be in time to celebrate most massive cooperations for good
guest chapter 2 page visions of those talking on redesign of 2020s be that web3, dao decentralised finanace , regenerative communities- which tech is applicable, which tech gets in the way?
how before 2016, a billion poorest women set the pace on sustainability economic modeling- learn from 3 phases- designing 10000 person communities with no electricity; sharing the university of leapfrog modelslessons from 15 years of playing annual game of worldrecordjobs.com
appendix of terms as they first appeared in the economist from 1951 (often their original meanings have been altered by vested interests - check out whom and avoid their advice like the plague
Tips for making 2023 most cooperative year of 4 billion youth & 4 billion elders start with browsing bop at linkedin - tell chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk which coop to eD headline at eAI eArts eB eU eWA eWO eF eG eL
First 75 years of
schools brief with alumni of von neumann & The Economist ... web3: AI change teacher
read all about it - how english speaking world service failed humanity in spite of at least 16 years time to live up to this 1984 tech-wizard charter of sustainability to 2025

queenofhearts.city invites you help fix this join first 100 person zoom in memory of Queen Elizabeth - greatest public servant English speaking world
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It would be interesting to know what Queen Victoria wrote in her diary when her first special envoy to
charter bank by and for india's peoples died 9 months into landing calcutta of diarrhea;
and why it took another 112 years before
girls empowrment first asian bank - BRACooperation started up by a reformed Oil Company man began saving humanity
M3 crisis: 1/1/2000 missing 2025 report's media good
(chapter 6 pdf download written 1984) opportunity of majority of world being aware of humanity's greatest risk = greatest mis-timing of my life; hope its not 2020s terminal mistake for our uniting species
Help publish youth's web3 year of 23 -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
Can 100 times more tech per decade since 1930 advance enough COOPERATION to sustain millennials out of every inhabited GPS? tick tock by 2030 it is mathematics (of chaos) likely that we will know whether 2020s being saved us from mother nature's wrath and irreversible species destruction. Most exciting decade to be alive. Cooperation needed at www.sdgmetaverseprize.org and every game worldrecordjobs can help you and yours and meta-soc play
From our archives- 1860 17 years into founding Economist, James Wilson's most ambitious project partnering queen victoria in launching chartered bank by and for the quarter of peoples on india subcontinent stalls.
Wilson dies of diarrhea 9 months after landing in calcutta. 85 years later sir kenneth kemp (father in law of Economist's Norman Macrae writes up legalese of Indian Independence. Sir Ken did not know that partitioning was about to happen. Peoples of East pakistan draw colonial aera's shorterst straw - not only a colony of West Pakistan but blocked out of access to what have been south asia's superport. 23 years later cyclone kills a million peoples and shell oils regional young superstar ends his contract to start helping women build the new nation of Bangladesh. The greatest economic miracle produced by a billion asian mothers begin. The first network cooperation - oral rehydration ; 112 years after wilson's death illiterate village mothers first homework is how to mix boiled water sugar and salt to stop diarrhea killing one thord of infants in tropical villages. Inspired by this abed and 1 billion women map 30 cooperation platforms 1972-2019 - BRA-C (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Cooperation). First meta partnership BEAC UNICEF Tropical china; from 1996 leapfrog partners beyong vilages without electricity start to web end poverty's races. Japan and silicon valley ask abed to go international - vrac university with james grant as first world class colege begins 2001
meanwhile in 1890s london 2nd editor walter bagehot continues queen victoria's project - can the English Constitution end the slave making mentality of corpoartesd like East India company with a commonwealth constitution. Although many believe Victoria did plant this legacy for the 20th C royal family - not in time for east Insia comoany to ruin another quarter of the world's lives - the chinese after 1960 clsoe themselves to global trade rather than accept ultimatum to accept opium as a currency. Just as it takes peoples of the place we now call bnagaldesh 110 yeras to start freeing their own trade, so too contenetal china. By 1972 out of desperation both bangaldesh and china depend on raiing womens productivity from mear 0 to more than that of men in every community developing children. On the Bangladesg side follow the mapping of the reforemd oil company ceo fazle abed; on china tropical side note that one child polict meand half of all familiyies start to be dependednt on how brillainatly entrepreneurial their 20s something daughter becomes

Dedication: Sir Fazle Abed 50 years (2019-1970) supporting billion women end poverty:.Notable learning curve exponentials of diarists of Economist & global village audience interactions teachforsdgs.com-before impact of global viewspaer disapperaed did first 150 yeras of our diarists map enough intel for millennials to be the sustainability generation?
. what if human development determined by family's social network quality situated within web 3 2 1 0 after electricity before webs 00 before electricity
Primary purpose founder (London Scot James Wilson 1843) can global viewspaper mediate goals 2 and 1 end hunger and end poverty- changing slave making tdae toward multi-win commonwealth: wilson's pjhilosophy Smithian (last writings morality of markets before engines; first 16s of engines impact on national branding; wislons 2 signature partnership with queen victoria - end corn laws starving half of ireland's population; go to calcutta to start charter banking by and for the people; sadly wilson diee of dairrhea withing first year in vacutta but son-in-lam bagehot continues transfolrmation of Englsh Constitution
From 1951 given greatest scoop by vin neuamann - ask what peoples do with 100 times more tech per decade 1930 to 2020s-particularlycan zero sum games be resplaced by sustainable above zero sum trades - eg networks applying life critical knowhow multiplky value in use opposite to consuming up things
Norman Macrae's learning curve in 28 years before being mentored by Neumann: first 13 years home schooled btitish embassies including Stalin's moscw; then soend s last days as teen navigating airplaned bomber commandnd Burma before 6 years of good fortune; last class taught by keynes cambridge; mentired at Economist by sur geiffrey crowther autoboigrapher of Economist's first century
stories from mapping 100 times moore: best ever western leader decade fyt=ure chalenge - kenned'y's moon race primarily biproduct satellite telecoms (alumnisat) and interdendence - 2 atlantic segments : america's new european; Euro's old; asian about two thirds of humans dependent on pacific coast's world trade (that leaves up to 15% to decide which ocean integrated their muti-win games0; age 39 macrae permitted one signed survey a year- begins with 10 years of surveys of what futures do peoples want - 1962 Japan and rising Asian neighbors; 1963 people of Russia; 1964 peoples of Brazil & Latin America ...1968 peoples of south africa; 1969 rainbow peo[ples of USA- from 1972 alarmed by nixon's exit of dolar from gold standard begins 40 tyear future histiry genres with early fici on fintech, edtech, healthtec as well as energy markets; from 1976 joined by prodi argues for future capitalism grounded by sme networks not just bigger and bigger corporate and gov; 1984 prepares for last 5 y years at Economist with 2 genres - 2025 report book first published with chris macrae on updating sustainability deadlines and opportunities/threats of web1-3; biography of von neumann ; last article dec 2008- huge risk web 2 age of millennials will be underinvested with youth having to bail out elders; can blockchain distributed finance be last chance antidote to every greater political havoc of printing paper money?
Systems truth - big organisations hate innovation (ironically artificial intel best at integrating deepest real time data in way no human gov can do real time)- notably powerful western people blocked from transparent unlearning by media & lawyers; gov2.0 is about how hard one transformation of gov is since horse was fastest way to communicate; industrial revolution 4 shows how hard for big corporates to innovate beyond past system; 2020s last chance crises may involve privileged gamesters racing into web3 societies who havent yet learnt from billion poorest women attempts to leapfrog from web00 (without electricity)in 2001 friends of billion poorest women proposed solution - new universities who share their alumni's open community to community sdg solutions- see abedmooc.com and discuss meta challenges to sdgs.games- as predicted in 1984's 2025 report transformation of edu essential to survival of human beings (echoing HG Well's civilisiation race between edu and catastrophe)
Abedmooc.com .. women4empower; herstory's turning points - some dates approx as took decades- if we've missed or wronged herstory (valuing womens planet Xponential multipliers with men's) -please rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - all errors mine alone gandhi 1906 thrown off south african train-starts 40 years of chnaging education from infant up (see underknowns.com) -seeds future of mandela nets; 2020s gteatest ever network multiplier gandhi &montesorri; remultiplied einstein 1940s; in 12 post war yers greatest ever maths networkers leave legacy of 100 times more ytech per decade; from 1951 scoop of what to do with 100 times more etch relayed tp economist journalist for humanity; by 1960 ai labs twinned to face both coasts (pacific 75% of human sustainability; atlantuc 25%); by 2020s media's last chance at transparency see metaerseprize.org) as too much data streaming from every gps not to blockchain and humansAI (see nftssdg.com); 1843 smihian james wilso starts royal society newsletter gossiping why royal family need to celebrate sdg1 and 2 end starvation of eg Irish; ebd impoversiation of british raj; biggest underknown -did queen voctoria despatche wilson with idia's own chartered bank to get rid of him or to design multi-win commonwelath trading; in any event wilso dies of diarrhea within 12 months landing cacutta; it tales 112 years and partitionining of india subcontinnent before former oil company regional ceo fazle abed fimaces solutions of end diarrheas as killing tropical asian infants and end starvation by maximis vilage rice tech (borlaug)- having celebrated 100000 vilages first demonstartion of these solutions - unicefs japmes grant sonsors transai extension; coming from china missionary epidemiologist family - abed and grant partner in nationwide vaccination against infant diseases; thats 3 of the first 30 mass colaborations of the 1billiongirls.com who ended poverty 2019-1972 (as for other models of western aid, who knows but data shows whatever else thy did it wasnt the vast majority of extreme povery ending); see the irony of web00 world (no electricy ) contributing more to sustainability than ever other world at 2025report.com - finders crossed web3 starts to emulat development economic leaps of web00 women; 1758-62: very intersting adam smith scotnds worldwide contribution to human development let alone emotional intel; bes ever summary of nature and humans market purpose before endines; best ver plea to startup engine applications everywhere not juts london 1760 east idia company's admin MOMENTS OF THE ECONOMIST - founded 1843 to mediate sustainability 2 primary goals - end hunger & poverty by Smithian James Wilson; 1943 centenary's autobiogtraphy compelling testinmong on what went wrong with negineerings in 20 most advanced nations (19 white); from 1945 Economist takes on Neumann's suggestion of greatest journalist scoop ; what to do with 100 times more tech per decade 2025-1945?; is there an optimistic rational way out of Orwellian Big Brother endgam?. If so how will educators and youth web & do what economists and elders cant even imagine/ ANNOUNCEMENT - from june 1 2022, the first post of every month will often linkin the previous month's update of CodesMeta.com - In turn this is one of the main celebration collabs of 2025Report and friends celebrating progress along the roadmap to UN secretary general's digitalisation "UN2.0". Codesmeta welcomes co-editors rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk help AI make 2022 youth's most collaborative year-
2016 glory to every natural deity sept 2016- after 1st year review of SDGs jim kim makes his biggest move- what unhq and unesco have just reported is sdg4 wont happen before 2100- so he starts a pre-nft club on digotally cooperative education in geneva (getting unctad blessing to intro any educatir interested in etch to itu); just in time for engineer guterres to take up 10 year chair ofiun2.0 - from summer 2017- digital cooperation research becomes the =iggest change movement the world has ever seen with any government invited to benchmark nay unite un2.0) 2122 unga summit on ed no longer fit for purpose 22-23 school year of greatest every prize sdgmetaverseprize.orh and more unseen wealth compounding out of ed3 nfts than all the oil wells on earth

Monday, December 31, 1973

  Declan Kirrane's schedule for EU Science: Global Challenges Global Collaboration Conference  

while writing our New York media associates at  45-year mature Flatiron studio Soundtrack New York  are hosting 3 hour zoom 9-middlay 2023 Cooperation LEAPS ny time JAN 18 - 

we are linking in un tech envoy compatible viewpoints from eg nexteinstein whom I met at your DC Pressclub event last month , Hong Kong's http://www.beingai.com
who's team were sophia UN humanoid envoy to launch sdgs and are now avatar uniting AIgood and metaverse 2023+ with womens kindness inspired by my all tike hero Sir Fazle Abed  abedmooc.com,  && ..
 jack sim singapore who established un sanitation day goal 6 

-if anyone in your team might like to pop in eg what science summits scheds in 2023 -please ask them to mail me so I can send zoom invite - thanks chris macrae http://www.economistdiary.com - archives Von Neumann since 1951 Norman Macrae - 2023 PREP: sdgs entrepreneurial revolution at adam smith 265th moral sentiments summit Glasgow June 2023

Yours Aye Chris Macrae
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 jan 2023 - stories of eg fintech usa and hong kong since start of credit cards- expoenetial cooperation consequences for uniting 8 billion human intellects and umlimted AI

Sounds great. Can we decide nearer the time where to meet. My mobile +1 240 316 8157  My main host at flatiron is starting at 9am- actually  early because Singapore's Jack Sim https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-sim-75732313b/ chose that time to zoom in. I know we have interconnecting briefings going on to at least 3pm but not sure of 3 to 6. There are about 6 people including Jack Sim that I think could make a forward looking whastsapp group. Would you be happy to be included in that? - of course it can always be exited if its not generating relevant clusters. Perhaps it could be built into different segments -eg DEFI and Apps of Defi. I could see if 3 people might co-join it first. My main flatiron host for a decade now mit alumni john kiehl owner of https://www.soundtracknewyork.com/ whose passion (fro,m MIT) beyond music/film is maths and can maths of web3 and blockchain change everything  Jack Sim and hong kong's jeanne lim whose in middle of humanising ai and metaverse with www.beingai.com  Probably an attorney called Randi who straddled international trade between Beijing, Ny and everywhere relevant to human progress. Back in her new york days to 2005? ger condominium neighbour harvey was director of ABC but he too animate journalism press club in beijing for 15 yeras - together there stories and sin-us peers networks are unique WE could make sure what fintech and defi  and dao becomes almost first question of this group. Or indeed how would you word the question that most interests you? I believe Asia is ahead on how all of this goes deep into data needed for sustainability generation. Is that part of what you are looking at or has your New York job defined a different starting point? Of course what you are free to discuss about where you want visa to go with diversity and sustainability partners is pivotal. ( Regarding lunchclub I am now into my hundredth LC interview - I can probably make a listing of 10 people who might be most inspired by what you are doing. As yet with the exception of the Beijing- NY attorney the people I know on lunchclub dont know the people I might call flatiron and von neumann maths can change the world). So at many 2023 crossroads  after covid and trump and putin and what I see as disinvestment in younger half of world.. Also when it comes to Guterres main tech way to change the world one of 2 most central staffers is singapore lady  https://twitter.com/YuPing_Chan For me actioning future cooperations (partners maps )guided by this framework as benchmark for how any gov gets involved with fin tech and every database of sdgs is the rest of my life's focus. I have followed its evolution since it began 2016 as a year one review at UNGA of the new sdgs by educators. World Bank Jim Kim stood up and said this will all get greenwashed unless every educator partnering Un talks to very tech and trade partner of UN Geneva particularly teleocms ITU and Ynctad, and every ops unit eg who health or the rome ops unit for food. Since then every ops unit has been asked to specify at least one ai or ops-tech project and zooms with 300 potential goal 17 partners have been include. Fintech was actually the first guterres report 2019 from this movement. Thats both a good and a bad thing ss its not clear where that branch went since other than increasingly mobilising un under 40s envoys who guterres wants to chose agenda of summit future his main 2023-24 tranfirmational https://www.un.org/techenvoy/sites/www.un.org.techenvoy/files/List_of_roundtables_key_constituents.pdf dialogue https://www.un.org/techenvoy/content/ongoing-work I realise this is a lot but if DEfI, is needed for human sustainability then as 2023 crossroads/leaps move forward who wants to connect what oiut of new york is what john kiehl and I have been surveying for nearly a decade now or in the case of bangladesh microcredit  work that wad my dads last project 15 years - sampling 2000 yunus books; finding clinton and obama did not understand the totality of 1 billion asian village womens development (revolution of investment. So many roads to revisit since von neumann 1951 asked dad to get economist journalists to survey what good can humans unite with 100 times more tech per decade www.economistdiary.com  . https://www.google.com/search?q=unacknowledged+%22norman+macrae  sorry for length - maybe there is one thing to pluck out from above??

Saturday, December 29, 1973

 sounds good philippa - we're probably giving singapore 20 minute slot at 9amNY  as its 10pm their time and have always wanted to hear jack sim one of the few people who cooperate goal 6 sanitation https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-sim-75732313b/ ;   briefly met jack in 2009 berlin and the first global social business summit of muhammad yunus- sadly when he lost grameen bank to local politics conference talks became his main revenue  so he went from helping youth scale stuff to something much more complex though his daughter monica in ny http://www.singforhope.org remains a superstar in my mind

this was particularly bad luck for the french and danone emmanuel faber- I dont know if you have come across him but definitely in my top 5 for future of food- although recently he was ousted by a shareholder pressure group

back in 2005 year before yunus got nobel prize famer and hec had suggested yunus start a mother of all benchmarking improvements for corporate brands not to green wash - but by 2009 yunus wanted every corporate brand to be his onw individual client - not what the french ceos (by now at least 10 quality companies had thought they were in for)

there was a latin american tragedy of this as a uiy from chile had started a continental social business school with the old yunus and was even awarded a vatican prize for this but then yunus turned round and said the latinam business school could not offer a social business course - john and I got caught in the crossfire of this because by 2016 we were trying to help brooklyn's hbu medgar evers - its strange how bad things happen when a lot of people start with a solution which appears to be one youth can openly scale everything and then gets turned to the opposite- at the same time mexico was one of the worst 2 ipo of microfinace in the world from which accion pocketed billions; I am less clear what happened in brazil - ashoka's bill drayton promoted Brazilian Grajew as one of his top 6 global social entrepreneurs with skoll publishing 2 hours of Grajew on corporate social responsibility - but not sure where that went

I dont know if you ever came across BBC Michael Palin book BRAZIL - he did a tv series touring whole of brazil - major follow up from his nort south poles round world tout- he had times this ahead of brazils 2 global stages fifa and olympics but by this time political scandals seem to have taken over and at least according to theresa williamson (catalytic communities) the olympics did more harm to poorest i rio than good

actually back in 2004 when i was still in london the old lula circulated bon aqua schools curriculum (really nice stuff river basins of foz) and celebrated that with roman catholic churches which I understood to be the main non commercial network - would be great to understand what you scale and whether brazil has chances of leaping forward or is it like usa stuck in politics which seems to distract from what peoples need- there is certainly a media issue but I am not clear who to trust on what without seeing solutions communities can replicate

may I also intro rene - a lunchclub friend in braiol- whats the most important project you're doing in 2023 rene?

best chris

On Wednesday, 11 January 2023 at 17:03:25 GMT-5, Philippa White <philippa@theinternationalexchange.co.uk> wrote:

Great. I’ll call in at 9am NY time/11am mine. That time works well.

I am not sure what I can contribute or what you’re looking for, so won’t put anything specific together (the agenda is pretty full on!). But will call in and happily see how the conversation unfolds and will be happy to contribute what I can for about half an hour/one hour. After that I’ll have to run. 

Looking forward to seeing you then and having a chat.


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On 11 Jan 2023, at 13:41, christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

dear philippa

it would be great if you could pop in between 9 and midday ny time- actually we are listening to singapore 20 year connector of goal 6 sanitation  jack sim http://www.worldtoilet.org as well as his other tips from ne of my davorite cities for good in teh world at 9am for about half an hour and we have a chunky debrief on latest from hong kong at 11am from jeanne lim Home - beingAI who 

aims to make metaverse's dominant culture womens kindness, as well as transform brand charcters into purspoeful brand charters and has the best of Hong kong's metaverse partners linkedin around her as well as berkeley psychology phd

other times are pretty much listening to who pops in or continuing some real stiff while our host group tries to catch up with greatest leaps of 2023 now places are just opening up- eg dc's thinktanks only opened for real meets this week

I find latin am complex because i dont speak the languages but all of bangladesh that graduate journalists and I i went to 16 times to understand revolves round apply paulo freire to womens empowerment

while obama was atound I went into organisation of american states often - i guess my hero was jim kim at world bank but his latin american side he mainly delegated to oas or iadb people - my impression though I would love to be told its not so is that most latin am since trump have given up on dc helping with strategic sdg solutions while still trying to negotiate balanced border relations; 

at one time john hosted a lot of latin american development discussions with an engineering professor at columbia university who alsoe had a  wall st (imperative) fund for  end poverty in mexico and beyond- but I have a feeling covid & trump sunk the fund though not the engineers passion; things get more complex when you look at microcredit- sadly mexico was one of the worst ipos; and whilst others like pro mujer continue they did not really use what was the core bangladesh model; also confusing is bill drayton ashoka - while brazil was intended as his 2nd main country after india; I havent been able to find out what scales even though I am in rosslyn/arlington home space of ashoka a lot

i think you know that in late 1980s i develop brand architectiure and purspose denres of corporate branding in an attempt to be the opposite movement of green washing ; unfortunately we still have nt won this media battle though john and my friends are teaming up for web 3 to be the deciding round. If you feel there is a medi aperson in ny up for all change , both john and I would always love to know,

chris  whats app +1 240 316 8157
ps sorry to her through you of death of bulmore - I worked for several tears at enetrprise IG Dave Allen and John Caswell - do you know either?

On Tuesday, 10 January 2023 at 11:21:00 GMT-5, Philippa White <philippa@theinternationalexchange.co.uk> wrote:

Thanks Chris. I’m not sure how the meeting will be structured, but happy to bring what I do to life, and see where the conversation goes. Do you want to send me a meeting invite and I can join in?

Hope you’re well. Looking forward to the conversation.


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On 6 Jan 2023, at 13:43, christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

keep safe philippa

you are welcome to decide nearer time

what unique anout jan 18 is john kiehl of soundtracknewyork is hosting- i want to start reconnecting any creartve agency in new york that wants to stop greenwashing and connect the un at least on sectios deepest knowledge or national impacts

john is excellent start - having built largest sound studio over 45 years he does things like finish off ken burns pbs docs but he has 45 years of chatting up ny society

i know how ro get some relevant people from asia but apart from some friends in baecelona i dont really understand latin america; but think brazil is at a pivotal time

if you joined in - spoke on 1 or 2 projects you want ro scale -probably that would mean you wee on johns radar forever

i say probably cos he's a bit forgetful at moment - going through a corporate divorce in which he and one other guy are arguing over 70 million dollars of assets

i dont likr ro gossip that much but once thats over john wants to do one last push to good media 2020s - from mit his passion beyond music is maths - so eg if blockchain maths/crypto/virtual reality/ai maths is going to decide good and bad nft or metaverse, web3 etc then i hoep john will be connecting right ny people at right time

one more kicker - the un now has the only marhs gov2.0 framework which in my view cant be greenwashed and portuguese guterres in middle of that!!

On Friday, 6 January 2023 at 11:30:04 GMT-5, Philippa White <philippa@theinternationalexchange.co.uk> wrote:

Hi Christopher
Thanks for your email. Lovely to hear from you.

I’m sure sure at the moment if I can make the 18th. A very good friend and mentor has just passed away and I’m not sure if I’m going to be in the UK then. It’s all a bit up in the air at the moment.

In theory I could make that 15 min slot - although not clear what you’d like from me. 

Either way, happy new year, and thanks as ever for your message.

All the best

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On 6 Jan 2023, at 11:57, christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

happy 2023 to latin am friends

philippa -- ny's deepest creative studio soundtrackny (45 years young out of flatiron thanks to john kiehl) is zooming around world on jan 18 for idea on cooperative community leap forward - would you have time to challenge us from brazilian perspective - eg 15 minute slot at 1145 am east coast time

during my last year mainly in london 2005- lula was passionate about keeping water by and for the people - he and the roman catholic church had teamed up year of water and designed a schools curriculum bon aqua; he had also red-eyed between world social forum and world economic forum one year peaking schwabs interest in starting up a social entrepreneur branch of whatever weforum does

of course all sports stars used their influence on youth and value chains youth mainly co-create like pele the world could be entirely different place- what was hugely unfortunate by the time brazil hosted world cup and olympics politics had taken off - there was none of pele spirit in how tjose 2 world stages were run or the community development consequences for brazilians (I am not knowledgeable enough about latin america networks but quite how 8 years of obama 4 overlapping years of jim kim, organisation of america states all missed whatever the dirty energy politics involved that messed all brazil i dunno- brazil has done well to escape Mr B taking over as the region's putin but have a sad feeling that most of the bad finance that spins latin am is still plotting its next webs faster than civil society can breathe green )

all asian women empowerment also owes huge debt to paulo freire- and  indeed i cannot find sustainable last mile health services which are other than franciscan in culture

this was jim kims message at the world bank and he managed to embed it into the un egov framework now signature movement of guterres who of course is of portuguese as well as english speaking and in cultures

best chris

On Friday, 6 January 2023 at 07:39:18 GMT-5, Philippa White <philippa@theinternationalexchange.co.uk> wrote:

Hi christopher,

It’s a new year and a new beginning in many ways.

The new years resolutions are being tried and tested.

In Brazil, we have a new president and started the year with an extremely emotive and inspiring inauguration.

And it’s a time when we look forward to change and new ways of doing things.

I’m not sure if you saw the inauguration of Lula on television (many people I know were there in person to experience history in the making), but I have been reflecting a lot on the ceremony, specifically the handing over of the Presidential sash.

Normally, the previous president would hand over the sash to the incoming president. However, Jair Bolsonaro left the country for the US just before Lula’s inauguration, leaving a new plan to be orchestrated.

I personally think Bolsonaro did all of us a favour.

For everything he represents, did Brazil really want that energy being passed onto the new president?

The solution was perfect. Citizens that represent the diversity of the Brazilian people were chosen to pass the sash over to President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Among them was a 90-year-old chief of the Indigenous KayapĆ³ people, a little boy, a teacher, a blue-collar worker, a disabled man and inclusion influencer, a metal worker, and an African female waste picker named Aline Sousa.

The sash passed through everyone’s hands and was then put on Lula by Aline Sousa.

This represents what leadership should be.

True leaders understand that they are serving something bigger than themselves. Where success is rooted in humanity. Where humans are respected, not power and not ego.

Which is why it's time for a human renaissance.

And why we are launching a new TIE offering for 2023.

To help your corporate leaders and teams get more of a taste of TIE, I’m thrilled to announce our TIE Global Insights programme: Future-proofing workshops for larger corporate groups.

This is a chance to unlock and truly understand real-world ESG insights - with people on the ground around the world. It’s experiential learning and project-based.  

This is about breaking out of the old ways of thinking and learning to do things differently. It’s about bringing different realities home, and the outside world to your silo.

Humble humanity can catapult us forward and move us to a better place.

And it will give us better people, better companies and yes, a better world.

If you’d like to know more, just get in touch.

In the mean time, wishing you all a fantastic start to the new year. 

It’s going to be an exciting one at this end with loads of programmes lined up. All with change, evolution and humanity at the focus.

It’s time. Let’s do things differently!

xPhilippa and the TIE Team

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