Economistarts.comking and worldclassdaos....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
Help publish youth's web3 year of 23 -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
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
goats OF PUBLIC SERVICE: BLUNTLY PUT-SUSTAINABILITY'S LAST CHANCE DEPENDS ON cooperations of VALUING DEVELOPMENT FROM BIRTH OF CHILDREN MORE THAN WHITE MEN PRINTING MONEY- UN FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED 8/9/22 DAY QE2 DIED
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 becoems the bo=iggest chnage 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 pprize sdgmetaverseprize.orh and more unseen wealth compounding out of ed3 nfts than all the oil wells on earth

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 

Designing a Roadmap to

The Future We Want, The UN We Need

Dear colleague:

Join us in less than two hours for the first day of the UN75 Global Governance Forum. In this update, you will find today’s agenda and Livestream & Zoom links to join your preferred sessions and your favorite speakers. Do not miss the chance to engage in this global conversation!
Opening Plenary – 9:00am - 10:30am (New York)
Welcome Remarks
Maryam Nemazee, Al Jazeera Newshour Anchor, Opening Plenary Moderator

Opening Comments
“Where We’ve Been, What We Hope to Accomplish” by Maureen Connolly, Forum Director

Statement of Appreciation
Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, President of the General Assembly, UNGA 74 and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations

Brief Presentation
Cristina Petcu, Research Associate, The Stimson Center
Roadmap for the Future We Want & UN We Need: A Vision 20/20 for UN75 & Beyond

Opening Panel
"The Future We Want, The United Nations We Need"
  • Ban Ki-Moon, Eighth UN Secretary-General, Deputy Chair of The Elders, and President & Chair, Global Green Growth Institute
  • Aya Chebbi, African Union Envoy on Youth
  • Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, President of the General Assembly (UNGA 74th Session) and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations
  • Gro Harlem Brundtland, Co-Chair, Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, Member of The Elders, and former Director-General of the World Health Organization and Prime Minister of Norway
Q&A with Global Audience
Led by Maryam Nemazee
Concurrent Sessions – 10:30am - 12:00pm (New York)
Post-COVID Recovery and the Future of Global Economic and Social Governance
  • Laura Chinchilla, Vice-President of the Club de Madrid and former President of Costa Rica
  • Jose Antonio Ocampo, Former UN Undersecretary-General for Economic & Social Affairs
  • Maria João Rodrigues, President of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, Member of the European Parliament, and former Portuguese Minister of Employment
  • Michael Møller, 12th Director-General of the United Nations in Geneva and Kofi Annan Foundation Board Member
Moderator: Augusto Lopez-Claros, Chair of the Global Governance Forum and former senior IMF & World Bank official
Rethinking the World’s System of Collective Security 75 Years After San Francisco
  • Juan Manuel Santos, Nobel Peace Laureate and former President of Colombia
  • Danilo Türk, Former President of Slovenia, President of Club de Madrid
  • Adela Raz, Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the United Nations
  • Lise Howard, Professor of International Relations, Georgetown University, and Chair, Academic Council on the UN System
  • Gizem Kilinç, Leading Coordinator, United Network of Young Peacebuilders
Moderator: Rachel Bronson, President & CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Reimagining the Global Human Rights and Humanitarian Architecture
  • Hina Jilani, President of the World Organization Against Torture and Member of The Elders
  • Olof Skoog, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations
  • Cindy Huang, Vice-President of Strategic Outreach, Refugees International
  • Michael Yiqiang Liu, Founder and Executive-Director, Chinese Initiative on International Law
Moderator: Natalie Samarasinghe, Chief of Strategy in the Office of the Special Adviser on the Preparations for the Commemoration of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary
Climate Governance: The Paris Agreement and Beyond
  • Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland, Chair of The Elders
  • Wanjira Mathai, Vice President and Regional Director for Africa of the World Resources Institute
  • Lloyd Axworthy, former Foreign Minister of Canada and Chair, World Refugee Council
  • Adriana Abdenur, Co-Founder of CIPO and Member of the UN’s Committee on Development Policy
  • Arunabha Ghosh, Founder and CEO, Council on Energy, Environment and Water
Moderator: Magnus Jiborn, Senior Researcher at Global Challenges Foundation and Maja Groff, Convener, Climate Governance Commission and Visiting Professor at Leiden University
Concurrent Dialogues – 12:00pm - 1:30pm (New York)
A Global Civic Ethic, Countering Rising Nationalism, and The Future of Global Governance
  • Lysa John, Secretary-General of CIVICUS
  • Lolwah Al-Khater, Executive-Director of the Doha Forum
  • Saphira Rameshfar, Representative, United Nations New York, Baha’i International Community
  • Thomas Weiss, Presidential Professor, City University of New York Graduate Center, former President of the International Studies Association, and former Chair and Executive-Director of the Academic Council on the UN System
Moderator: Richard Ponzio, Director and Senior Fellow, Just Security 2020 Program, The Stimson Center
The Future of Philanthropy in Global Governance
  • Jens Orback, Executive Director, The Global Challenges Foundation
  • Marcel Arsenault, Founder, One Earth Future Foundation
  • Sandra Breka, Member of the Board of Management of Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • James Goldston, Executive Director, Open Society Justice Initiative, Open Society Foundations
Moderator: Maria Kisumbi, Senior Adviser, Policy & Government Relations, Humanity United and former Coordinator of Law and Advocacy for Women in Uganda
Technology, Financing and Global Governance Partnerships for Good Global Citizenship
  • Paul Monaghan, CEO Fair Tax Mark
  • Yu Ping Chan, Senior Programme Officer/Team Leader, Digital Cooperation, United Nations
    Ambassador Henri Verdier, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs
  • Jack Dangermond, Founder and President, ESRI
  • Rajiv Joshi, Founder of Bridging Ventures and Executive-in-Residence at Oxford Saïd Business School
  • Ursula Wynhoven, United Nations Representative, International Telecommunications Union 
  • Henri Verdier, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs
Moderator: Sue Allchurch, Chief, Outreach & Engagement, the United Nations Global Compact

 whats been happening at the un's 75th birthday

the door is being left open for 2021 being the year of great coalitions not decoupling

movements by the peoples have been leaving the door open to america to join in colalitions not decoupling of

green - see americas pledge/ and bloomberg media

the peoples money see guterres digital finance- ten different cases around the world reconnecting earlier digital cooperation report

the peoples ai see itu

transforimmg education - see qatar wise invitation to the world


will health and livesmatter movements turn washington dc from the capital of hatred to the capital of loveach movemement needs its doary

green to cop26 glasgow?

what role will wefoum play- will it be as smart virtually as bloomberg

can the new found edutech interest od euae and isreal adance the world - will the post poned 2020 forum come to life- will jhapans new pm take the olympics by the scruff of its neck and redesign value chains of sports around youthd needs not old amdinstrators ills