Which 30 educational and economic partnerships most empower a billion women to end extreme poverty, and value their children’s sustainability? Fortunately for those caring about sustainability 2020s, we can map this by around partners and alumni of 50 years of servant leadership by fazle abed 1970-2019 together with legacy specifications mapped through his final decade

Viewed from 1970, Increasing life expectancy from 25 years below to average helped gravitate development economics world’s most trusted partnership – hence sustainability last mile service markets

3) last mile health
2) agriculture for village food security


4)non-linear livelihood education
5) timing what platforms partners could facilitate entrepreneurial revolution not not just inclusive community but cooperation in full and meaningful entrepreneurial employment

financial entrepreneurial revolution for nation's people history excluded from machine age
billion women's Sustainability COLLABS 

 Intergenerational collaboration entrepreneur platforms 5.1  metavillage sustainable community building - women empowered:15000 families at a time;5.2   billion asian women,5.3  brac net; 5.4   asian universities share sdg graduates 5.5  climate smart village exchanges,5.6 meta and zoom-me up scotty

BANK FOR ALL 1.1  1.2  1.3   1.4   1.5   1.6 celebrate 30 most human collaborations from developing world of last half-century - inspiring  anyone valuing UN and youth as first sustainability generation
EDUCATION  adult village entrepreneurs 4.1; primary 4.2  ; teen 4.3; university4.4 ; pre-school4.5;tech multidisciplinary luminaries 4.6 
HEALTH oral rehydration 3.1 ;para health "doordash" basic meds 3,2; scale vaccination3.3 ;tuberculosis & 3.4  Frugal processes eg wash sanitation, maternity3.5  ; James Grant School of public health 3.6
FOOD/land security 2.1  rice; 2.2 veggie  2.3    cash crops & village fair; 2.4  poultry;2.5  dairy, 2,6  14 nation leading supply chains financial opportunities to end poverty ;

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

SMART CITY LIBRARY

Exhibit 22.6.1 CSIS wash DC - GOODman: Last economist social standing?

 at any time: please send it in if you have one- i would like to see a library- and feel this is a resource that mapping eg humans exponential destiny - metaIverse.app - across the metaverse needs to free every teacher and student to explore if the sdgs are a reality not just a way of controling people as extinction takes over

TRANSPARENCY: what I am not interested in this library's curation  is :siloised academic or engineering arguments over defining what to pump money into a smart city other than common sense such as families grow up it in safely; youth's sustainability (as next generation mediating unprecedented tech change ) are valued as connecting the future through the best of human intel emotional as well as tech brilliant

Above I reference a new paper (while i havent read it completely) I know its source- there is a road of thinktanks in washington dc that have got more and more agressive about america first even if 2 parties define that in opposite ways; of those in old days that convened 500 people meetings every day crisis was the gloomiest in the sense that it assumes the world needs american military and in effect the world needs to be ruled by the inside the beltway system and whenever a politician wants to speak on that the stage is his and the DC media are to cowered to ask real questions; this the washington consensus prevails even though in usa it spins a system where the 30 wealthiest white men own more than the 40% of poorest - next door to csis there is a network that define human rights to be whatever USA says that is even though historically women black americans latinos asians, native peoples let alone mexicans who once owned the west coast could ask who really wants human rights that come second only to taxes spent on ever more arms and ever noisier vested interests sponsoring top politicians - however the lead author of this paper Goodman is the only common sense researcher at csis (apart from a few who used to be good on blockchain but they only hosted small meetings)

because of the prevailing mindset goodman has had to write this paper as if smart cities is a competition with china - DISMAL because 

as even (Dalio changing world order, or Doehrr Speed Scale Stanford New Climate College) every sdg (most especially last mile health and nutrition and climate adaptation resiliency) Economist friends and i know needs more collaboration across communities and oddly back in 1962 my father started writing about what he saw as the first5 win-win smart cities tokyo seoul taipei hong kong singapore -whose common trading connections through to asean were diaspora chinese (actually the first 3 countries mentored by deming value iterative improvement engineering as what progressed place development and invented costal belt railroad  had more than one smart city which that connected by fast trains and ports where containerisation made trade 10 times more economical to design tech component supply chains across cities and these 43 nations need to sustain 100% productivity in rural areas too- whereas the 2 superports of hk and singapore were pure supercity models relying on trade to feed their populations

 Being a Diaspora Scot and MA Stats Cambridge main maths Lab DAMTP:and last family member concerned with von neumann;s 1951 on qiz: ASK WHAT TO DO & HUMANLY INNOVATE WITH 100 TIMES MORE TECH PER DECADE
 , like all alumni of Smith's moral sentiments learning curve 1758 on: I remain interested in collaboration smart cities and the sort of mindset that asians helped to connect being a true antidote to worst dynamic of the era of colonisation and armed agreession which ultimately isnt helping 8 billion human brains mediate sustainability's optima (mapped locally to globally) out of artificial brains urgtently as if this is our species last chance given maddening 20th c disregard of nature's evolutionary system rules; those that eg einstein clariified by say man's science is always at risk of being a fatal approximation to a more micro level dynamic deign nature uses- mathematicians who chose chaos metaphor round flapping amazon butterfly wings would have been much more practical if they had metaphored corona type viruses- at least if you feel we needed (eg 2 days out of evry 5 worked that is taxed in so-called democracies) to priroritise design of hospitals/community health services around serving human lives not butterflies

related UN links at DEADlines humanity's greatest goals  metaIverse.app


Wednesday, April 27, 2022

 The 3rd World Higher Education Conference (WHEC2022) will bring together relevant stakeholders to define and prepare a roadmap for a new era of higher education. This roadmap will respond to the challenges faced by humanity and the planet, with special attention to the global disruption created by the COVID-19. It will look at both the higher education systems (norms, policies, structures, stakeholders) and institutions (universities, specialized entities, networks).

UNESCO is organizing the WHEC2022 to offer new knowledge, innovative ideas creative alliances, and produce an enlarged and reinvigorated coalition of the global higher education community in favour of the 2030 Agenda for Development and beyond.

The WHEC2022 is organised by UNESCO with the generous support of the Government of Spain, the regional Government of Catalonia, the City Hall and the Regional Authority of Barcelona and in partnership with GUNi/ACUP.

https://www.guninetwork.org/institutional-members

https://www-acup-cat.translate.goog/es?_x_tr_sl=es&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc

Acup has joined charm CHARM-EU (Challenge-driven, Accessible, Research-Based and Mobile European University)

It is the joint initiative of five research-focused universities: the University of Barcelona, ​​Trinity College Dublin, the University of Utrecht, the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest and the University of Montpellier.

Acup has joined 

ACUP has joined the European Community Engagaement methods https://www-tefce-eu.translate.goog/toolbox?_x_tr_sl=es&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc

Additional university partner collaborations  https://www.unesco.org/en/education/unitwin

 

When and where?

The UNESCO World Higher Education Conference will take place from 18 to 20 May 2022 in Barcelona, Spain. 

2022 Conference PROVISIONAL AGENDA Main Day 1

Ceremony

Round Table TEG Round TableTheme 1:Impact of COVID in Higher Education

Round Table Flexible Learning Pathways - IIPE

Round Table How can higher education institutions (HEIs) be transformed

into lifelong learning institutions? (UIL)

Round Table: Coping with Catastrophe through Collaboration:

Reflections from the WUN Consortium ‘Education in a Warming World' (Worldwide University Network)

Round Table Protecting students in cross-border higher education:what next? OECD-UNESCO

Guidelines for Quality Provision in Cross-Border Higher Education (Achim Hopbach - Thomas Weko)

Hed Talk: Digital Credentials – The key to global learner mobility and lifelong learning? (DAAD, Alexander Knot/Groening Declaration Network)

Hed Talk Minister of Sciences Colombia

Hed Talk: Neema Nduma (L'Oreal Women in Science) Technical Carreers among girls studentss and

preventing girls to drop up school

Hed Talk ICEFIL Bijay Vice-President - International Centre of Excellence

For Innovative Learning (ICEFIL)

Hed Talk: Intl Media and Information Literacy (UNESCO Com. Sector)

Hed Talk Is Distance Education, the Ugly Duckling Finally a Swan? (Asha Kanwar, President of COL)

Round Table New Skillsets for Leadership Education: The role of Management Schools in driving societal impact (PRME United Nations Global Compact)

Round Table TEG Round Table Theme 10: Reimagining the Futures of Higher Education

Hed Talk Digital Disruption in Higher Education (MIT)

Hed Talk: What Makes Future Talent? Let's Map the Gaps TOGETHER!(Lesley White, HUAWEI)


Special Session Global Convention High Level Session

Hed Talk Is higher education doomed with Inequalities? (University of Luxembourg, Juliee Torabian)

Hed Talk

The Internet of Education: Creating an Open Architecture for the Learning Economy (Chris Purifoy)

Round Table MIT - A Porous Campus (Julia Reynolds)

Hed Talk: To Belong or Not to Belong:That is the Question. Equity, Inclusion and Pluralism (Jamil Salmi, Global Tertiary Education Expert)

Hed Talk: Hadi Partovi/ Leonardo Ortiz Code.org: El lenguaje de las


Round Table Youth Skills Training throught High Technical Education in Africa China Fund in Trust (CFIT)

Round Table Internationalization o fhigher education in MENA in the post-pandemic

context: mobility of knowledge for skills development (Center for Mediterranean Integration)

Round Table Code.org: El lenguaje de las máquinas, el idiomadel futuro.

Round Table Achieving Gender equality in and through Higher Education.


HED Leaders of HEIs featured as case studies. (The Times Higher

Round Table Global Citizenship in Higher Education (Maastrict University)

Hed Talk Presentación del Libro: Miradas sobre la Autonomía

Universitaria (Paulo Falcon)

Hed Talk: Dany Trujillo (Youth representative) composer and educator

Hed Talk Tech4Good: Accenture,Samsung etc. (Fund. Princesa de Girona)

Hed Talk Promises and perils of new technologies to improve education & employment opportunities.

(Annelies Goger/Brookings Inst.)

Hed Talk What is the blockchain and why is it relevant for education? (Robert Hawkins, World Bank)

Hed Talk: Potentiality and the whole brain approach for higher education in the 21st century: Findings from the International Science and Evidence based Education Assessment(ISEE) (MGIEP)

Hed Talk Fundación Cotec Decálogo del cambio universitario (FPdGI)

Round Table Addressing equity processes with international accrediting organization (CHEA/CIQG)

Round Table Higher Education in Situations of Conflict and Fragility and Inclusion of Refugees in National Higher Education Systems (UNHCR)

Round Table: Understanding international aid to HED Five International Development partners

(DAAD, Campus France,Nuic, Norway, British Council) & the DHG IESALC

Monday, December 6, 2021

selection people wise 2021

congrats to wend kopp 2021 wise laureate
WISE Prize Winner Wendy Kopp is CEO and Co-founder of Teach For All, a global network of independent organizations in more than 60 countries that are working to develop collective leadership to ensure all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. Prior to launching Teach For All in 2007, Wendy founded and led Teach For America – which has proven to be an unparalleled source of long-term leadership for expanding opportunity for children in the United States. Wendy led the development of Teach For All to be responsive to the initiative of social entrepreneurs around the world who were determined to adapt this approach in their own countries. Wendy is the author of A Chance to Make History: What Works and What Doesn’t in Providing an Excellent Education for All (2011) and One Day, All Children: The Unlikely Triumph of Teach For America and What I Learned Along the Way (2000). She holds honorary doctorate degrees from 15 universities and is the recipient of numerous awards including the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship (2008), the McGraw Prize in Education (2006), and the Schwab Foundation’s Outstanding Social Entrepreneur Award (2003). Wendy holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and resides in New York City with her husband and their four children.


  www.teachforall.org https://twitter.com/abedmooc/status/1468204199909416964

Debora Kayembe ديبورا كايمبي

الرئيس، جامعة إدنبرة

Rector, University of Edinburgh

About me

Biography
Since her induction to the RDC Bar in September 2000, Debora has focused on legal, political, and language issues in Human Rights and International Law.   Ms Kayembe joined the Institutes of Translation and Interpreting in 2005, where she qualified in five languages alongside serving international organisations by aiding the resettlement of war crime victims. In March 2016, she joined the International Criminal Court Bar Association. Debora is a qualified paralegal in Scottish Civil Court practice and on the Board of Directors of the Scottish Refugee Council. In 2016 Debora joined the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) representing refugee minorities and in 2019, Debora became the first African citizen to have her portrait erected at the RSE, honouring her contributions to Scottish Society. In 2021, after her Freedom Walk Campaign, Debora became the first person of colour and only third woman to be elected as Rector of UofE in 437 years.

Mathieu Nebra ماثيو نيبرا

المؤسس المشارك ورئيس الابتكار، منصّة "أوبن كلاس رومز"

Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, OpenClassrooms


Biography
Mathieu founded the “Site du Zero” website at age 13 with the strong belief that innovation and technology can empower anyone to master digital skills. Originally made for friends to share tips and tutorials about coding and computing, Mathieu was determined to create a more universal learning resource. Over the years, the website gained traction and developed a comprehensive offer of online courses. From 2001 and while in high school, Mathieu Nebra collaborates with regular “Site du Zero” contributor Pierre Dubuc, to co-develop a new version of the website and allow users to create and share their own tutorials via the platform, after being submitted and reviewed by experts in the field. In 2013, the site was renamed OpenClassrooms. Mathieu Nebra graduated with a master’s degree in engineering in 2008. Author of many famous online courses (HTML5, CSS3, PHP, Linux, C, C++) and their books and eBooks versions (150,000 sold), Mathieu is a key innovator in online learning and was selected as MIT Innovators Under 35. He holds a master’s degree in computer science from EFREI

Zhou Yijun جو إيجون

Zhou Yijun جو إيجون

صحفية ومخرجة أفلام وثائقية، ومقدمة ومؤلفة

Documentary director, presenter and author

About me

Biography
Zhou Yijun, documentary director, presenter and author. She is best known for reporting wars and revolutions in the Middle East and the documentary series on education Childhood Elsewhere.

Country

Country
China


Jörg Dräger يورغ دراجر

عضو المجلس التنفيذي، برتلسمان شتيفتونغ

Member of the Executive Board, Bertelsmann Stiftung

About me

Biography
Dr. Jörg Dräger, born in 1968, received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Cornell University, New York, before returning to Germany in 1996 to work for the German management consulting firm Roland Berger. In 1998, he became CEO of the Northern Institute of Technology, an internationally oriented, private institution of higher education. In 2001, at the age of 33, he took office as Hamburg's Minister of Science and Research, and later also as its Minister of Health and Consumer Protection. In addition, he was a member of the Standing Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs and a deputy member of the German Bundesrat. In 2008 Dräger joined the Bertelsmann Stiftung as a member of its Executive Board. He was responsible for the foundation's education, integration and digital programs, served as CEO of the Centre for Higher Education Development and mentored young entrepreneurs in the Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Founders Foundation. In 2022 Dräger will start as Executive Director of the Board of Trustees of the Swiss Kühne Stiftung.

Country

Country
Germany

Expertise & Interests

Expertise
Higher EducationEducation & the Workforce / the Skills GapPolicy Making: Reform and Innovation
Interest
Emerging Technologies - EdTechEntrepreneurship EducationHigher Education

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Michael Klemm

Michael Klemm

Founder & Managing Director

Singapore Education Network

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-klemm-ab789a6/ Michael Klemm is an education professional with extensive experience in international education, employability, education technology and entrepreneurship. Having worked for Training Institute NTUC LearningHub, the National University of Singapore and Minerva University in several countries across Asia (Singapore, India, Thailand), he has gained substantial expertise in the education industry. He is Advisory Board Member with Edtech Start-up Akadasia and mentors EdTech Startups in accelerators Eduspaze and 500Startups. He founded and manages the Singapore Education Network since Jan 2020 and is currently also a Venture Partner - Higher Education & EdTech for Education Consultancy “EDT & Partners”.