from 2001 fazle abed favorite conversation with place or other sustainability leaders was New Universities - JARGON OF nu INCLUDES SAIL
sir fazle had a rough idea that he deliberately wanted deep public servant leaders diplomats or purpose-leading marketers to unite with each other's responsibilities for next generation after had parted
sdgs 2020s plus 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
apart from guterres we'd love to hear your votes of who since dec 2019 is most uniting abed's legacy
x UN Secretary-General António Guterres in a message read out by UN Resident Coordinator Mia Seppo said Abed’s contribution in poverty alleviation and sustainable development are sources of great inspiration for the UN.
“Sir Fazle Abed’s vision became Brac’s vision. He was against all forms of exploitation and discrimination. He was a strong advocate for women and through Brac he designed development models that placed women at the centre,”
Abed also understood that opportunity starts with the help of education, and Brac’s education model has been replicated around the world.
“For Bangladesh, in the 1970s diarrhoea was the biggest killer. Sir Fazle Abed helped the country make dramatic advances in overcoming the disease through highly effective national campaigns.
“Today the focus is shifting towards resilience in the face of climate change and humanitarian crises. Brac today is among the main responders to the Rohingya crisis. I know that Brac will continue to keep alive the vision of its founder.”
Guterres said the UN will stand with Brac in carrying forward Abed’s important work.
HUMANS IN NEW MILLENNIUM- TO BE OR NOT TO BE
from 2001, if a diplomat asked fazle abed privately about microcreditsummit or dhaka being branded as the open university of microcredit- he said that wasn't my dream
from the birth of bangladesh in 1971, Rural Advancement Collabs have been searching out -grassroots networking - how all of sgds 1-5 needed to be united by women's love of youthful communities - even renaming dhaka as the open university of microeducationsummit wasnt really the point- particularly with the only millennium goal of education being 100% primary attendance
to united people would take a much more layered map os sustainability development goals and a believe that 2020s tech could humanise this integration with nation
- why couldnt Asians lead the way with USANU: humanise tech and youth skills as first sdg generation 100 universities across asia collaborating in ending poverty, maximising middle class, going green female empowered round 100% inclusive communities- each university would be responsible dot 50 million decent livelihoods at least a quarter outside its nation of origin -
when asked for benchmarks abed said look for early new university collabs to
both singapore and korea could each provide 5 exemplars oF USANU: thats because those 2 nations can make sure Asians SAIL the way von neuman intended his tech legacy - they could rech out to the 2 sail labs founded in the 1960s by stanford and mit
the purpose of stanford was health and livelIhoods of all californian children as anyone who knows the 5th governors story- remember too that the 5th governor of california still had a lot of work to do uniting the mexican legacy of every town blessed with what san means to franciscan servant leaders
meanwhile boston irish had ironically acceLerated adam smiths plan that englsh could be the science language in which the gift of engineers was shared inclusively the world over - a very opposite system to what capitalists out of london empired over; the fact that asians are united more than anything else with the way english empired misapplied the first 2 industrial revolution clMAixing in world wars means that asians cab ge best in collaborating around von neumanns and einstein legacies of humansai sustaining 8 billion people by 2030