humanity's last best chance cop26 - collaborations welcome -civilisation is race between education & catastrophe -hg wells
Happy Easter 2021 --special thanks Japan for 60th year of inspiring JFK dialogue what can English speaking world and youth learn from human development of two thirds of our species living in Asia?...change education's 20 happiest ideas 2021-1984(

2021.0 cooperation promises un and others to review at december year end summit - learning passports (fore unicef), every school satellite mapped (for unicef), korea shares its transformation model with world (gordon brown)
2021.1 college coalition that values sdg generation
2021.2 in blended ai education student owns skills certificate
2021.3 story of how new zealand's learning web flipped china education
2021.4 13th year updates of half of all youth unemployable unless -
+1 240 316 8157 -here are some twitter edu lists where we search for edu tranformation
2021.4.1 - coding is like music, sports, maths genii- more personalised experiential learning more genius - data Csikszentmihalyi
2021.4.2 see what singapore means by ai curriculum for every grade- there isnt a livelihood that wont change in 2020s as ai takes over real time operational platforms of sustainability goals - see aiforgood
2021.5 end forced sequence of edu- from 10+ true education designed round : last 2 years child expected at school to bridge apprenticeship in real world; and lifelong returnability
2021.6 every parent/community can gain from benchmark abed pre-school and abed primary - the 2 largest non gov edu franchises in the world
2021.7 ways communities can take back engaged schools: servive learning -american intlschools- barcelona &; dual language scools - jaumont alumni; reverse mentoring by children- eg global dream kids can help illiterated adults rad during one summer vacation; taiwans reverse mentoring - tech wizard youth paired with mentoring goverment ministers- part of how taiwan stayed covid free nation
2021.8 year 13 of nearly free nursing college blends with where did nations learn from covid about last mile health servants shortages
2021.9 TOP 10 missing curricula of millennials as first sd generation- there's agreement on most missing curricula-but not what education system design needed- eg world needs hundreds of millions more last mile health servants but that begins with peer to per adolescent health-an exactly opposite system to hi cost endless exam systems of medics training usa
2020.10 americas forbidden conversations - what does most of nordica mean by we have no bad schools, we dont do standard exams; we dont do lots of homework- we do community engagement as major process of teens education ... that conversation needs to becomes as popular as sports in usa -
2021.11 propostion led by un envoy of education friends -would you willingly go for brain surgery to a place that hasnt changed its systems for 200 years- but thats what we do in sending kids to the "classrom"
2021.12 - what will worlds fav living educator jack ma do next-
4 years ago jacks promise to return to celebrating edu full time after a 24 year absence as one of world's 2 biggest market sounded fun- aliba would lead olympics sponsors through 20s- as jack sad markets such as sports education arts health green cant be reached by mainly commerce platforms- youth ai platforms can- then covid destroyed japans happiest ever relaunch of youth's purpose, and masa son refinanced selling out jack as hs main profitable asset, and the blockchain work jack had started with beijings end poverty policy makers became too hot for ant to handle; meanwhile gutteres and gates took over ma's digital finance cooperation recommendations - hidden away jack ha several universities that are still on the up -the entrepreneur uni at hangzhou; the train africa coding wizards in partnership with kenyan who ran unctad; the superai research faculty of damo- some old notes at
2021.13 what will bezos do next? we understand his university partnership have increasingly become amazon corporate university so execs update skills every 3 years- but couldnt his foundations leak such curricula to an open university coalition- and is bezos the richest man not to connect edu in dev world?
2017- the year that education changed the economics of everyone why can't UN design modula sdg livelihoods curricula
2018 - YouthWorldAffairs -what if new york suburbs such as amazon hq2.2 rated by sustainability goals generation world class at jobs-connecting education as well as investment banking and media - join our meetings preparing before and after collaborations with WISE@UNGA UN sept 2018
-help map education and sustainability's 7 most wonderful summits for under 30s at xmas 2017 puzzle is it possible to blockchain the world carbon emissions market? summit debrief wise paris march 2019 - fast tracks 09
China's greatest Job Creator; Jack Ma 1 2 -Wise@beijing

Saturday, August 25, 2018

In order to assist you in selecting the WSIS action lines, the following keywords are provided to show some of the themes covered under each of the WSIS action lines. The full text of each action line is available at
 1) The role of governments and all stakeholders in the promotion of ICTs for development
• Cooperation among stakeholders  •  Millennium Declaration •  Mainstreaming ICTs • Multi Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) • Multi-stakeholder portals for indigenous peoples • National e-strategies  • Public/Private Partnerships (PPP).
2) Information and communication infrastructure: an essential foundation for an inclusive information society
• Access  • Accessibility  • Affordability  • Assistive technologies  • Broadband network infrastructure • Digital inclusion  • Enabling and competitive environment  • ICT backbone  • ICT connectivity  • ICT equipment • ICT services  • Infrastructure  • Internet exchange points  • Investment • Satellite  • Traditional media • Remote and marginalized areas  • Ubiquitous computing/communications • Universal access/service • Wireless.
3) Access to information and knowledge
• Access to public official information  • Access to scientific knowledge  • Digital public libraries and archives • ICTs for all  • Multi-purpose community public access points  • Open source, proprietary and free software  •  Public access to information  • Public domain information.
4) Capacity building
• Basic literacy  • Distance learning  • Education/training  • E-literacy  • Gender  • Combating illiteracy  • Life-long learning  • Research and development (R&D)  • Self-learning  • Teacher training  • Training ICT professionals  • Volunteering • Youth
5) Building confidence and security in the use of ICTs
• Authentication  • Building confidence and security • Consumer protection  • Countering misuse of ICTs  • Countering spam • Cyber-crime, •  Cyber-security  • Data protection  • Information security and network security  • Network integrity  • Online transaction security  • Privacy  •  Real-time incident-handling and response • Secure and reliable applications.
6) Enabling environment
• Consumer protection  • Dispute settlement  • Domain name management  • E-commerce  • E-government strategy  •  Entrepreneurship  • ICT forums  • Intellectual property  •  Internet governance  •  Legal, regulatory and policy environment  • Privacy  •  Radio frequency spectrum  • Regional root servers  •  Secure storage and archival  • Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)  • Standardization 
7) ICT applications: benefits in all aspects of life
• Disaster recovery  •  E-applications  • E-agriculture  • E-business  •  E-commerce  •  E-employment  • E-environment • E-government  • E-health  • E-publishing  • E-science  •  ICT waste disposal  • Sustainable production and consumption  • Teleworking  • Transparency.
8) Cultural diversity and identity, linguistic diversity and local content
• Cultural diversity  • Cultural exchange and information  • Cultural heritage  • Cultural industry  • Cultural policy  • Digital archive  • Disadvantaged and vulnerable groups  • Indigenous peoples  • Internationalized domain names  • Language-related ICT tools  • Linguistic diversity  •  Local languages  •  Traditional knowledge.
9) Media
• Combatting illegal and harmful content in the media • Diversity of media ownership  • Gender portrayal in the media  • Media independence and pluralism  • Reducing international imbalances  • Role of media in the Information Society  • Traditional media • Training of media professionals  .
10) Ethical dimensions the Information Society
• Common good  • Ethics  • Human rights  • Preventing abusive uses of ICTs  • Values.
11) International and regional cooperation
• Financing of ICT networks and services • Infrastructure development projects  •  International mechanisms • Progress evaluation  • Regional action plan  • UN global compact.
12) Achieving the WSIS targets (Plan of Action, Section B)
• To connect villages with ICTs and establish community access points; • To connect universities, colleges, secondary schools and primary schools with ICTs; • To connect scientific and research centres with ICTs; • To connect public libraries, cultural centres, museums, post offices and archives with ICTs; • To connect health centres and hospitals with ICTs; • To connect all local and central government departments and establish websites and email addresses; • To adapt all primary and secondary school curricula to meet the challenges of the Information Society, taking into account national circumstances • To ensure that all of the world's population have access to television and radio services; • To encourage the development of content and to put in place technical conditions in order to facilitate the presence and use of all world languages on the Internet; • To ensure that more than half the world’s inhabitants have access to ICTs within their reach.
13) Digital solidarity agenda (Plan of Action, Section D)
• Debt burden  • Digital divide  • Digital solidarity fund  • Financing mechanisms  • Monterrey Consensus • National e-strategies  • Poverty reduction strategies  • Technology transfer
14) Follow-up and evaluation (Plan of Action, Section E)
• Benchmarking  • Community connectivity indicators • Gender-specific indicators  • ICT Development Index • Information Society indicators • International performance evaluation  • Monitoring the digital divide • Statistics • Success stories
15) Towards WSIS Phase 2 (Tunis) (Plan of Action, Section F)
• Elaboration of final appropriate documents • Partnerships among stakeholders  • Preparatory process  • Stocktaking • Task Force on Financial Mechanisms  • Working Group on Internet Governance

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