help us letter write to those who could invest in sustainability of millennials -eg to university president ; education in a thinktank; isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com
-help search for top 50 twin capitals of youth futures...............................................................

companion web of summer 2015 futurecapitalism.tv
Mindset; my first job was with a British version of Khan Academy in 1972; when father, Norman Macrae, at The Economist saw this he changed priority of questions he asked leaders on how they were investing in youth. Spending 4000 times more on global coms tech 2030 versus 1946 would only be sustainable let alone economic if learning was core to every investment in millennials. Economistyouth.com invites you to join in reporting irreversibility's last chnace to design smartest learning media humans have ever raced around

Sunday, September 11, 2016

miko - i am delighted to meet late morning sunday maybe some lunch. although un event doesnt go live to 4pm - i like to try and get an early seat about 3 - king is coming up from baltimore and conscious youth movements - not sure when he will land; julia his main canadian asian supporter may be in town too

i am not sure we understand all the topics you most want to action with youth - if you could list some that might jog memories of one or more of us of people who maybe in new york either at sunday late morning or near nippon society meeting on thursday evening; 

I assume from your mail that you are already fully booked friday ??  i am trying to diarise a day full of meetings in friday depending a bit on what places are anchors -eg franks meeting series guarantees about 50 people turn up early friday evening; i am not sure if  eg john has any special agendas; also there is nobody quite like stephanie for doublechecking whether youth are actually permitted to raise their agendas at UN  or tge world bank-its odd that half the world under 30s most concerned with ng for help Coursera Wiki  https://share.coursera.org/wiki/index.php/Valuingyouth -














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