OPEN CURRICULUM OF GLOBAL VILLAGESUSTAINABILITY & YOUTHS POST 2015 GOALS
Glasgow started up the world's 2 first social business journals to celebrate Dr Yunus 70th birthday wish weekend (4 July 2010*) after he had helped celebrate the 250 birthday wishes of Adam Smith Scholars in 2008. Yunus top friends in Scotland include Gordon Brown now UN Envoy for Education and Sir Tom Hunter (first funder of the Clinton Global process) and leading education reformer, Barbara Parfitt knowledge leader of The Nearly Free Nursing College and campaign to create 100 million global village healthcare jobs of girl empowerment. Glasgow University's most famous alumn of the poverty museum race is Sir Fazle Abed of BRAC.
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Back in 2007-2008 Dr Yunus first shared his wish to transform every student microcredit club into a jobs club capable of redesigning every global market's value chains to race to what world bank head JIm KIM now calls #2030 - read his scripts shared with alumni of the first 50000 change the world mooc or help us create the next student dashboards: Videos from Norman Macrae's 85th birtday party with Dr Yunus at Royal Automobile Club 2008 are at www.saintjames.tv ; his last articles were published with Dr Yunus at end of 2008 in the souvenir brochure Consider Bangladesh; the Yunus 70th birthday wish weekend formed the first of 5 worldwide Youth Capitalism Remembrance parties hosted with leading educators from Glasgow, London, South Africa, Bangladesh, Japan ...