help this blog report sustainability puzzles like these:
M) Keynes said economists rule the world in such a way that they compound greatest threat and opportunity to children depending on how Massively they value children
A) The Economist's 20th C Keynsian defined sustainability of net generation and millennials round how joyfully educators are free to value children's Actions and open society
P) do you see dubai or somewhere else as valuing children most?

Thursday, May 14, 2015

 DC with ICAF June30 - what else can childrens olympiads do apart from promote celebrities of sport and fashion

interviewee list to include
founder of childrens olympiad - next celebration 30 june washington dc

convenors supporting rome olympics 2024 -most recent interview feb 2015 -resources 3d rome; rome as history of humankind; launch of new underground colliseum of yoyth cultures...

michael palin bbc broadcater on cultural integration- latest focus brazil ahead of 2016 olympics

since 2007 diary of muhammad yunus dreams of  celebrating olympics and youth

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

From ICAF founder – the IMF had asked me to write on the global digital divide in 2001. Thankfully the paper’s data are totally dated, but sadly the conclusion (and intro) remain valid >

On peace-building, you might like the paper I wrote at the invitation of The Lancet >

Sunday, May 10, 2015

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