LOL declaration of interdependence- as parents focusing education which values open space and sustainability goals
-we accept nothing less that 2016-2025 being all youth's most exciting livelihoods decade -our dream and reality: collaborating with every goodwill startup network on the planet- how's that?

eg by sponsorship startup kenya next summit nairobi 28 jan 2016; by sharing open space or hackathons; by celebraing the world premier of global youth empowerment at Brooklyn's Civil Rights College March 10 -more exciting decade diary

do not see any conflict in people following confucius, gandhi, pope francis, king or mandela- so why have politicians nationalised conflicts and 20th c borders been drawn in ways that cannot possible sustain peace let alone nature

black history's future month ,,,women's history futures month ,, latino's history futures month .. confucius history future's month... gandhi's history futures month ..Bangla's history futures month ...berners lee web coders history future's month,,open space history future's month

Friday, December 11, 2015

q&a on where sustainability curricula most likely to come from

2015-2025 is the human race's most exciting collaboration decade as it will determine sustainability of our species- there is a lot of work to be done- so where are sustainability curricula most likely to come from?

presumably nations united around sustainability goal number 1 'end poverty" for the same reason that keynes required this to be the hippocratic oath for all economists who accepted the idea that their rules exponentially compound what (opportunities and threats) will be systematically designed in for next generations out of every place/community

the good news is we who inhabit earth in 2015 now know where end poverty entrepreneurship comes from 

namely professionals and yung alumni living and learning from the poorest, and helping all professionals to diagnose system traps. and joyfully applying technology advances preferentially to the poorest

this was first theorised in the modern era in the 1960s in latin america by brazilian paulo freire in portuguese in the context of education, and by spanish speakiing faith workers in peru and colombia - who called this economic modelling Preferential Option Poor (POP). Today Pope Francis offers masterclasses on this economic mapping. Study wherever he opposes macroeconomics (eg his lecture to the European Parliament at strasbourg 2014 or his speech at UN september 2015)  -and grade who's correct.

reading paulo freire's 1968 book,  2 muslims from bangladesh were the first to provide practical proof of POP - namely sir fazle abed and muhammad yunus; while sir fazle was the first to innovate this, yunus added the new twist of tearing up the macroeconmics curriculum he was teaching as a professor at Chittagong University and taking his students to POP  with the poorest women villagers. 2 decades later he redoubled the idea's impact when he was sponsored by gerge soros to form the first mobile partnerships around poorest village women, an online network he also built by empowering womens networking with graduate students (now solar engineers and mobile poverty entrepreneurs) sent to criss-cross rural bangladesh

by the mid 1980s farmer and soon his partner jim kim  (now head of the world ban) was proving this model for health service by exchanges of bostons most conscious medical students with the most extreme health changes in the west hemisphere namely those faced by the poorest in haiti

in the 2010s, where would you look to find educators offereng Preferential Option Poor curricula

s.afrca's taddy bleeher - main curricula found  empowermen,t coding, financial literacy entrepreneurship

brooklyn's eel - curriculum found so far include financial literacy - following up 11 curricula recommended by Michael Moore's worldwide search for social solutions- in other words MEC alumni ave the chance to lead the student world in collaborating around 11 challenges through which sustainability can be integrated by swapping peoples sustainability solutions at community levels and sans frontieres around the world

open space alumni

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