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which uni do you love most in world? I love Tsinghua- their teachers work with youth assuming the teacher's job is to make students do far more connected in sustaining the world than old teachers ever can.
So please rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk which are the most vital knowledge networks students need to amplify over next 2 college years up to Tokyo Olympics greatest ever celebration of valuing youth
  • march 2019 (nb delayed 3 months now expected june 2019) digital cooperation released by UN and 20 nations tech wizards including us melinda gates china's jack ma india's amandeep gill- the world's antonio guterres
  • march 2019 womens stories worldwide meeting hosted by beijing international language scholars http://yenchingsymposium.org/
  • april 2019 xi jinping debates most sustainable economic models for 100 nations using adam smith logic that each nation needs its own diverse economic and education model<;li>
  • july 2019 aiib asks luxembourg to mediate 100 sustainability banking delegations-japan begins year of world stage interventions celebrating Reiwajoy.com
  • july japan hosts g20- note homework started 1 dec 2018 for youth women sme and green finance networks to impact g20
  • 2017- the year that education changed the economics of everyone why can't UN design modula sdg livelihoods curricula
    2018 - YouthWorldAffairs -what if new york suburbs such as amazon hq2.2 rated by sustainability goals generation world class at jobs-connecting education as well as investment banking and media - join our meetings preparing before and after collaborations with WISE@UNGA UN sept 2018
    -help map education and sustainability's 7 most wonderful summits for under 30s at www.valuetrue.com xmas 2017 puzzle is it possible to blockchain the world carbon emissions market? summit debrief wise paris march 2019 - fast tracks 09
    China's greatest Job Creator; Jack Ma 1 2 -Wise@beijing

    Tuesday, January 31, 2017

    ghana

    H.E. Mrs. Erna Solberg (Co-Chair)
    H.E. Mrs. Erna Solberg (Co-Chair)Prime Minister of Norwayco-chair emminentedu commission  Bio






    H.E. Mr. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo (Co-Chair)
    H.E. Mr. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo (Co-Chair)President of Ghanaun eminents co-chailtwittersee kagame meet



















    Dr. Patrick G. Jr Awuah
    ASHESI UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
    Founder & President
    Ghana

    Biography
    Patrick Awuah is the founder and president of Ashesi University, a private, not-for-profit institution that has quickly gained a reputation as one of Ghana’s finest institutions of higher learning. Patrick left Ghana in 1985 when Swarthmore accepted him on a near-full scholarship. In 2001, after living in America for almost two decades, Patrick Awuah returned to Ghana. Before founding Ashesi University, Patrick worked as a Program Manager for Microsoft where, among other things, he spearheaded the development of dial-up internet working technologies and gained a reputation for bringing difficult projects to completion. He holds bachelor degrees in Engineering and Economics from Swarthmore College; an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business; and honorary doctorates from Swarthmore College and Babson College. In recognition of his service to Ghana, Patrick was awarded Membership of the Order of the Volta by His Excellency, President J.A. Kufuor in July 2007. The Order of the Volta is one of Ghana’s highest awards, given to individuals who exemplify the ideal of service to the country. He has won many prestigious international awards including the 2015 Elise and Walter A. Haas International Award for his work as a leader in Ghanaian education, an Elon Medal for Entrepreneurial Leadership from Elon University and the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, and the MacArthur Fellowship and the McNulty Prize. In 2015, Patrick was named one the 50 greatest leaders in the world by Fortune Magazine. He has also twice been recognized by a PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of Ghanaian CEOs as one of the ten most respected CEOs in Ghana. In December 2015, Patrick was recognized by Africa Leadership Initiative — West Africa (ALIWA) as a “Genius Fellow” an honour reserved for only 20 people around the world. He is a Fellow of the Africa Leadership Initiative of the Aspen Global Leadership Network; a member of the Council on Foreign Relations; and a member of the Tau Beta Pi honor society for excellence in engineering.
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    Mr. Daniel Dotse
    TEACH FOR GHANA
    CEO
    Ghana

    Biography
    Daniel Dotse is the founder and CEO of Teach For Ghana, a leadership development and network organization building a movement of leaders to expand educational opportunity to all children in Ghana. With Teach For Ghana, Daniel hopes to help build a country where every child has access to an excellent education. Before establishing Teach for Ghana, Daniel worked as a biotechnologist at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. in New York. Daniel studied biomedical engineering at Cornell University.

    Mr. Ebenezer G. Buckman
    Ashesi University College
    Associate Director, External Relations & Special Assistant to the President
    Ghana

    Biography
    In his current role at Ashesi, Ebenezer plays a key role in growing philanthropic support for the university’s mission. He is also responsible for driving implementation of special projects initiated by the Office of the President, as well as coordinating all external communications to support the university’s work. He is an Ashesi alumnus, having graduated with his Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems; he also holds a Masters in Corporate Communications degree from IE Business School in Spain.
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    Ms Naa Ayeleysa Quaynor-Mettle
    INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENTS STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
    Chevening-GUBA Scholar/Ambassador 
    Ghana

    Biography
    Naa Ayeleysa Quaynor-Mettle is a 2016/2017 Chevening Scholar. She holds Masters in Globalisation, Business and Development Studies from the prestigious Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex. Naa is a proud WISE 2011 Learner and was invited back in 2012 as WISE speaker. During her research at IDS, Naa investigated the effectiveness of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programmes in relation to its contribution to job creation. She also looked into how to finance solar energy using blended finance as constant power supply massively contributes to Africa’s human development. That said, Naa is incredibly passionate about education especially TVET because she believes it’s a critical tool that young people can harness to unlock their potential and develop at optimal levels. She is keen on using education and media communication as tools for (youth) Development. She believes that effective delivery of Technical and Vocational Education training has the potential to address the gaps in education globally. To this end, Naa is developing career, leadership and capacity building programs with the Future of Africa Awards and GUBA Careers 2018, which will allow young people to leverage on such opportunities to become more employable thereby achieving financial independence. When she is not researching on TVET effectiveness or how to finance renewables(solar) energy in Africa, she loves to mentor young people, hosting events as well as her radio show, which gives young people a voice while taking West Africa’s Afrobeats to the world, or simply baking and decorating cakes! Learn more here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/naaquaynormettle/
    Mr. Dominic Macavoray
    MOVEMENT FOR YOUTH AND CHILDREN'S RIGHT ORGANISATION
    Founder and Director 
    Ghana

    Biography
    My name is Dominic Maada Macavoray, the Founder and Managing Director of the Movement for youth and Children's Right organization. We advocate for child rights and youth development. I have worked with IEARN Sierra Leone-an organization that uses ICT to help young people tell their stories across the globe, especially those affected by the past Sierra Leone civil war. Worked as Volunteer for War Child Holland Sierra Leone program, Founded and coordinated the World Voices Sierra Leone youth project- a funded project by the Norwegian youth council in Norway from 2003 to 2006. A Nonviolence communication scholar from the Nonviolent Communication NM, USA 2009, an Education Campaigner in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Taiwan, Japan, Zimbabwe and Kenya-the (Education For All Dream campaign). A recognized Education activist who has conducted various Education lectures at the Dominican International School Taiwan and the National Taiwan University served as a Project coordinator- Stand for Peace youth project 2016 during the 2016 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Ghana. Current Head of Mission- MYCRO Sierra Leone Food Bank- The Foodbank project develops creative strategies that combat Hunger- the MYCRO Sierra Leone Food Bank is a sister organisation of the Egyptian Foodbank in Egypt and the Regional Food Banking Network. A child Rights activist with passion in Child Development.
    Dr. Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi
    MAMA ZIMBI FOUNDATION (MZF)
    Founder & Executive Director
    Ghana


    Biography
    Dr. Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi (Known in public life as Akumaa Mama Zimbi) is a Ghanaian women's rights leader, television and radio talk show host, actress, philanthropist, sex educator, relationship expert and marriage counselor committed to enhancing the status of underprivileged women in Ghana and reviving broken marriages. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of Mama Zimbi Foundation (MZF), a non-governmental organization which seeks to empower and support thousands of widows through its Widows Alliance Network (WANE) project, and also involve in the issues of adolescents (Adolescents Sexual Reproductive Health). Mama Zimbi has won several national and international honours and awards which includes the 2009 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Award Laureate for Sustainability, International Humanitarian of the Year Award, and EDUCATING AFRICA Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education.

    Mr. Vincent Nhyira-Addo
    MULTIMEDIA GROUP LIMITED (JOY 99.7 FM)
    Head of Talk & Thought Leadership
    Ghana
    Domains of expertise
    Branding and Position 

    Biography
    Nhyira Addo is a Broadcast Journalist, Branding Consultant, Corporate Training Facilitator & Creative Entrepreneur He's driven by a keen passion to learn and serve. Nhyira is a passionate entrepreneur with a career spanning over 17 years in Radio Sales, AudioVisual Content Production, Multimedia Production Architecture and Management, Internet Content Development, Computer Security Sales, Project Management and Strategic Business Consulting. He is currently the Head of Talk Programs and Thought Leadership at Joy 99.7 FM, a subsidiary of Ghana's most credible media brand Multimedia Group. Nhyira's interests lie in Child & Women's Health, Cause Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Education, Energy and Development. He's fondly called the Rainmaker because of his belief that everyone is cre- ated with unique abilities that can solve the world's problems. To him we're all rainmakers!

    Monday, January 30, 2017

    Accra, 12 December 2017 - Yesterday, President Paul Kagame and his Ghanaian counterpart Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo spoke at an ongoing high-level Africa roundtable on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The two leaders discussed what is needed for developing countries to achieve SDGs.
    The two-day gathering is hosted by President Akufo-Addo, who co-chairs the Eminent Group of Advocates, along with Norway Premier Erna Solberg. 
    Below is President Kagame's speech at the roundtable:
    Good morning.
    It’s a great pleasure for me to join you, Mr. President for this event, here in Accra. I would like to start by thanking you, for the invitation to participate in this important discussion, and the warm hospitality accorded to us.
    I also wish to commend you, Mr President, and co-chair, Prime Minister Erna Solberg, for your service leading the UN Secretary General’s Eminent Group of Advocates.
    There are two main aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals, that i will talk about, that constitute an improvement from our experience with the Millennium Development Goals.
    We can take better advantage of these, as we work to reach the new targets, and transform the lives of our people.
    First, is the strong emphasis on the private sector as an engine to eliminate poverty and create wealth, objectives that are at the heart of most of our national plans.
    Integrating the SDGs into these plans, and ensuring their implementation, cannot be successfully achieved, by government alone.
    This is why strong collaboration with the private sector, throughout the process, is critical, for reaching a win-win situation.
    For example, the financing gaps for major projects, can be filled by private sector investment, through appropriate de-risking mechanisms, provided by the public sector and other partners.
    Secondly, we now have an ambitious development framework to engage all countries, rather than just developing ones, especially knowing that there are cross cutting issues that affect everyone and every  country.
    This provides new scope for productive global partnerships and learning. This could include reaching consensus on how to measure progress, and support implementation, in ways that are most relevant, for our respective national contexts.
    Rwanda will continue to collaborate with partner states, particularly through the SDG Centre for Africa, which we are happy to host in Kigali. And Mr President, I wanted to thank you for your support on that as well.
    The centre was established to facilitate coordination and advocacy, and help us all build capacity to implement the SDGs. I invite you all to use and support it, as we support our continent.
    Mr. President, distinguished audience, I would like to once again thank you for your kind attention, and I look forward to further discussion today.

    Tuesday, December 6, 2016

    Once every four years youth and teachers travel the globe to celebrate creative youth in front of the White house- our Chinese networks travelled the furthest - we represent nearly quarter of world's youth, but since China has only opened out to the world since 1976 most of our parents dont know much about Global Affairs -making YouthGlobalAffairs especially important for Chinese to explore

    ICAF gave chance to interview so many different peoples and by contacting former China Interns of ICAF this could be the best first 5 days event spent abroad if you want to kickstart your own capacity to translate globaL affairs

    China relaunches G20 in era of sustainability goals

    Wow i wasnt expecting this- China convened G20 summer 2016 around the greatest sustainabiloity collaborations ever announced
    Lets see how
    Germans
    then India
    then Argentina build on such collaborations as Jack Ma's EWTP

    Jinpings leadership of Climate Consensus
    Jinping and Asian Infrastructure Bank investments in One Belt One Road
    Jack Ma's EWTP
    Blockchains

    Suddenly China needs to translate its DEVELOPMENT visions all over the world and vice versa
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    Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma is urging G20 nations to set up digital free trade zones that would enable small businesses worldwide to bypass complex regulations and protectionist trade policies that hinder global commerce. “In most countries SMEs contribute more than 50 percent of GDP and an even higher percentage of employment,” said Ma this week at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, a three-day international conference on economic issues confronting Russia and the world. Yet SMEs are shut out of global markets by obstacles such as complex regulations and market-entry regimes that only large companies can navigate, as well as a lack of access to financing, he said. “Over the past 20 or 30 years, financial systems were designed for the 20% of companies that are big multinationals, leaving 80% of businesses with no space to grow,” Ma said. During two appearances at the St. Petersburg forum—Ma participated in a panel discussion and gave a speech—China’s most visible internet entrepreneur said he wants to reduce barriers by establishing what he calls the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), a web-based body driven by small businesses that he envisions as a successor to the World Trade Organization. “The WTO did a wonderful job in past years, and I think globalization is good,” he said. But the WTO has failed to make progress for many years because of conflicts among member governments and multinational corporations, many pushing protectionist trade agendas. “We cannot wait for the government negotiation, let’s do something simple and easy to move things ahead,” he said. This would include not only the establishment of the eWTP but also setting up a digital version of the fabled Silk Road trade routes between Europe and Asia. Ma wants to create a global online trading platform replete with virtual free trade zones for small businesses. These zones would allow small businesses in one country to sell to consumers in another, without anyone having to pay import duties and with speedy customs clearance. “Imagine if SMEs could buy and sell products anywhere in the world with mobile phones and PCs,” he said. “We should build special rules and laws to help small guys move forward,” Ma explained. “Trains have stations, airplanes have airports, boats have docks,” he said. “We need global free trade zones for small businesses, or e-hubs,” Ma said, adding that Russia would be a logical host for a hub connecting Asia and Europe. “We recommend G20 countries to support the Electronic World Trade Platform, which should help to support a new and more open way for global trade,” added Ma, who is the chaiman of the B20 SME Development Task Force, a G20 advisory group. During the forum, Ma spoke on a range of topics, among them ways to address the problem of a vanishing middle class around the world, and how G20 countries ought to create a new type of visa to allow entrepreneurs to travel more freely. To watch a video of Ma’s speech in St. Petersburg, visit the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum website here. To watch the panel discussion, click here.

    Monday, December 5, 2016

    30 Countries Leaders Unite in Declaring need for greatest #LearningGeneration

    wow school entrepreneurs sudenly have a lot of world to do and a lot of leadership friends around the world

    Co-covenors : Norway’s PM Erna Solberg,  Chile’s Michelle Bachelet Indonesia’s Joko Widodo,  Malawi’s Peter Mutharika, UNESCO Irina Bokova  acceptance by Ban Ki-Moon

    Commissioners Gordon Brown (chair, scotland);  Jim Kim, Jack Ma (China),  Gracia Machel (S Africa), Amartya Sen,

    Ananat Agarwal, Jose Manuel Barroso, Felipe Calderon (Mexico), Kristin Clemet (Norway),  Aliko Dangote (Nigeria), Julia Gilard, Bael Raza Jamil (Pakistan), Amel Karboul (Tunisia), Jakaya Kikwete (tanzania), Yuriko Koike (Japan), Anthony Lake (UNICEF), Ju-Ho Lee (South Korea),  Strive Masiyowa Zimbabwe telecom billionnaire,  Teopisyta Biriungi Mayanja (S Korea), Shakira Mebarak Superstar singer from Colombia, Patricio Meller (Chile),  Ngozi Oko0nzo-Iweala (Nigeria), Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi (United Arab Emirates),  Kailash Satyarthi (india),  Theo Sowa (African Women Development), Lawrence Summers, Helle Thorning Schmidt (SAve The Children International)

    Thursday, December 31, 2015

    for year 2018 un eminent committeee 
    including jack ma, presidents of ghana, norway, ...

    being surveyed how can both fintech and edutech change youth's world- main fintech summit will be debriefed at national leaders summits in india s.africa, china and argentina june -soet 2018; main edutech briefing at united nations WISE@general assmebly 2018
    n 2017 WISE has taken its message to Tunis, Beijing, and Madrid. With the success of these regional forums, WISE announced it will travel to Ghana in May 2018 to team up with WISE Prize for Education Laureate, Dr Patrick Awuah, for WISE@Accra.
    WISE will also participate in New York for WISE@UNGA in September, and in March 2019 for WISE@Paris, before returning to Doha in November for WISE 2019.


    updates out of new york march 2018 javeed abs amy ed jose chris discussed how to make learning summit at un general assemby sept 2018 best ever 

    feb 2018 dr islam representing the original education laureate at brac bangaldesh discussed how to make unga and other wise summits optomal with chris and mostofa - it was decided that we'd try to connect audrey cheng coding schools 

    we are discussing many other connections

    nov 2017 javeed from india and chris from dc attend wise biannual summit in qata - javeed spends next 3 minths linking in  india befpore returning to new york

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    hangzhou celebrates audrey


    Audrey Cheng
    Moringa School - Co-founder and CEO


    Audrey is the Co-founder and CEO of Moringa School, where she’s transforming higher education in Africa – starting with computer science. In the current program, she is accelerating high-potential individuals across Africa to become world-class software engineers. For her work, she was selected as one of the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs, World Economic Forum’s Top Female Innovators in Africa and named on the list of Marie Claire’s “The Youngest Execs in the Country” list. Moringa School has also been awarded Financial Times and IFC’s “Finalist – Achievement in Sustainable Development, with a focus on Education, Knowledge and Skills

    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

    rome is wonderful but

    at time of writing the trevi fountain is a building site - reports needed in a year's time when its fountaining again

    the spanish steps is not in that much better shape- but we suppose its still the space young people like to go in the evening

    Churches - you will wont be allowed in if you are a woman and wearing anything that shows your shoulders of your knees. Solution bring a couple of warps for both parts. A few churches are kind enough to offer free paper-made wraps but most wont let you in however long you queued


    Notes On Vatican-
    Usually it will take about 20 minutes to get into saint peters

    Sunday's go if you want to hear the pope speak to the people which he does on many sundays at midday- least good day to see saint peters itself unless you are attending a mass

    Vatican museum - use web site to pre-book

    Notes

    Borghese museum - not you will need to book several days ahead even if you have bought the share museums of rome ticket

    Churches-dont ever go to a church on the afternoon before festival day- it will likely be closed. If you want to attend a mass at the pantheon get their early- one a service starts, they close their doors on everyone even if you want to join the mass

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