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Moral Sentiments Valuation is part of curriculum of pro-youth economics at www.worldeconomist.net

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Note from 6 generations of Scots- Adam Smith's motivation for starting up curriculum of economics around moral sentiments was that Scotland had lost its nationhood (freedom and happiness) due to a banking scam in early 1700s. As Keynes was later to conclude in The General Theory- given that economists are the profession that rules over what futures compound as  possible- ending poverty and maximising interaction between human livelihoods needs to be the hi-trust economist's hippocratic oath

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MICROCREDIT.tv a youth mediated project of YouthWorldBanking - why should a mobile world celebrate banking for the unbanked and empower three halves of the world- youth, women, poorest - to have more than 10% voice in what futures are co-created by family's savings and social system design - Now that puddle frees any community to host a savings and loan circle: youth are invited to practice at puddle 240

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Where are peoples (especially the three halves of the world -women, youth, poorest with less than 10% say in their future) find themselves led by economists, politicians and constitutional professions of hi-trust and goodwill?
Where do we-the-people whose societies give monopoly control to such persons work to end inequality (cf the quests of Pope Francis NOW and Pope John-Paul in context of Freeing Poland and open society across Europe's east discussed by Lech Walesa at 2013 Nobel laureates & Youth Summit )
This curriculum began in scotland 1759 with Adam Smith,University of Glasgow; it influenced the entrepreneurial changes of national constitution 1776 USA; around 1800 France (where the word Entrepreneur was coined for futires that valued all of the peoples not asset monopoly by the 1%. 
In 2008 Sir Tom Hunter (he who had sponsored the start of the Clinton Global initiative invited Muhammad Yunus to celebrate the 250th anniversary or moral sentiment system design - this is what Yunus said-lo come ink to yunus pamphlet
 if you can help  students develop khan-academy type training modules or an even a mooc of moral sentiments please let us now - we go to Glasgow regularly to discuss next steps: including 2010, and 2013 Remembrance celebrations of and by adam smith scholars. 
Glasgow University was also the alma mater of Muhammad Yunus' wife and of Sir Fazle Abed- between the families Abed and Yunus the greatest solutions for uniting human race towards poverty museums emerged during Bangladesh's first 40 years - see also the Norman Macrae remembrance party brochure first co-published with Dr Yunus after his 2008 adam smith talk and containing the last articles of The Economist's pro-youth economist Norman Macrae.

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Where are peoples (especially the three halves of the world -women, youth, poorest with less than 10% say in their future) find themselves led by economists, politicians and constitutional professions of hi-trust and goodwill?
Where do we-the-people whose societies give monopoly control to such persons work to end inequality (cf the quests of Pope Francis NOW and Pope John-Paul in context of Freeing Poland and open society across Europe's east discussed by Lech Walesa at 2013 Nobel laureates & Youth Summit )
This curriculum began in scotland 1759 with Adam Smith,University of Glasgow; it influenced the entrepreneurial changes of national constitution 1776 USA; around 1800 France (where the word Entrepreneur was coined for futires that valued all of the peoples not asset monopoly by the 1%. 
In 2008 Sir Tom Hunter (he who had sponsored the start of the Clinton Global initiative invited Muhammad Yunus to celebrate the 250th anniversary or moral sentiment system design - this is what Yunus said-lo come ink to yunus pamphlet
 if you can help  students develop khan-academy type training modules or an even a mooc of moral sentiments please let us now - we go to Glasgow regularly to discuss next steps: including 2010, and 2013 Remembrance celebrations of and by adam smith scholars. 
Glasgow University was also the alma mater of Muhammad Yunus' wife and of Sir Fazle Abed- between the families Abed and Yunus the greatest solutions for uniting human race towards poverty museums emerged during Bangladesh's first 40 years - see also the Norman Macrae remembrance party brochure first co-published with Dr Yunus after his 2008 adam smith talk and containing the last articles of The Economist's pro-youth economist Norman Macrae.

15-19 November 2015

UNIQUE PURPOSE OF 15TH NOBEL LAUREATE PEACE SUMMIT

President Carter and Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus are interested to see this is action-oriented and has a special focus on younger generation

Henry Huckaby  (Chancellor University of System of Georgia)- From the moment I heard of this summit I was very excited but with the emphasis on youth this is most interesting to us

 

Hello I am Sharon Stone, I want to say hello to the Atlanta host committee and i am excited to be joining you

 

Atlanta is epicentre of the civil rights movement that transformed USA and the world; and is home of 1964 Nobel peace Prize winner Rev Martin Luther King and the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize Winner President Jimmy Carter, Atlanta has deep connections with 1989 peace laureate the Dalai Lama; the 1984 winner Desmond Tutu, the 1906 winner Theodore Roosevelt and the 1911 winner T Woodrow Wilson, and finally the 2006 Nobel winner Dr Muhammad Yunus has adopted Atlanta as his second home and become an honorary citizen of the Capitals

 

GREETINGS FROM LAUREATES

President Jimmy Carter: Hi: I am very grateful first to Dr Yunus for making it possible for us to plan Atlanta Summit in Nov 2015

 

Frederik Willem de Klerk (1993 winner and host of 2014 Cape Town Summit). I was thrilled when I heard that the 2015 Nobel Summit will be in Atlanta.  Lech Walesa (1983): I am very happy too; Dalai Lama (1989) I am very happy too; Malread Maguire (1976) me too!

 

Betty Williams (1976) - there are no limitations apart from what you put on yourself so if you are going to have a beautiful event in Atlanta you must believe 100% you can do it- NO Limitations ! - Mohamed El Baradei (2005) I will be happy if Atlanta is a new starting point for worldwide youth ...

 

GREETINGS FROM REGIONAL LEADERS

Ted Turner Honorary Chair 2015 Atlanta Summit: I am very happy to host this -special thanks to my friend Muhammad Yunus- we are going to put on a wonderful shoe

 

Ambassador Andrew Young - I was one of those who helped bring the 1996 Olympics to Atlanta it really did wonders -that's why I am looking forward to Atlanta once again hosting the world

 

Senator Sam Nunn- this summit is a very important event for Georgia ,  Atlanta and the world - no group has done more to change the thinking of man- and continues to do more - than the people who will assemble here in Nov 2015

 

Hello I am Kaseem Reed the 59th Mayor of the city of Atlanta: its our high honor to welcome the 15th Nobel peace laureate summits to the city of Atlanta

 

Bernice King I see the summit is timely as it will come of the heels of the 50th anniversary of  my father Martin Luther King receiving the Nobel peace prize and the opening of a new civil rights museum in Atlanta

 

Jason Carter- my grandfather's life and experiences have been built around the very soul of Atlanta  and Georgia - so to have the Nobel summit here in Atlanta it seems perfect to me

 

Laura Seydel-Turner - its just an amazing opportunity -all of these Nobel laureates come to Atlanta  and we all need you to support

 

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