"Please have a look at our community videos and members and tell me if there is anyone you would like to be introduced to - much of the action learning projects we try to web are at parallel blogs etc eg www.economistuniversity.com -…"
Please have a look at our community videos and members and tell me if there is anyone you would like to be introduced to - much of the action learning projects we try to web are at parallel blogs etc eg www.economistuniversity.com - essentially we are concerned with whether over 30s will ever be in time to help (invest, educate, love..) under 30s to be entrepreneurial and employed as the sustainability generation- obviously there are all sorts of diverse maps to linkin depending what priorities you can help us value most
we have very strong west -east relations with graduate females in china and bangladesh in particular - my fathers life work at The Economist celebrated post-colonial win-win trading models from late 1950s which he saw as starting in the east (among those who had been his enemy as a teenager navigating airplanes over myanmar in world war 2) - just one of the reasons why my fathers dialogues at The Economist included diverse actors of the worldwide economy).
Dad being the only journalist at messina was also extremely concerned with intergenerational ponzi schemes (paper currencies, pensions, wasteful health services, addiction to carbon, non-transparent media celebrities ...) that his generation (and empires legacy) conceived (without prooftesting) to deliver their needs regardless of renewability of future generations. This did not make him popular with most western politicians or media gurus- who was right? I don't know but just try to help people including youth and educators take another optimistic look at the possiblities of having 1000 times more commnstech now than 1946.
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