YouthEconomics Journalists at worldcitizen.tv thank China: roll on Industrial Revolution 4 -ref Year 45 Entrepreneurial Revolution started #TheEconomist 1972 14 May 2017 beijing hosts world greatest summit - ONE BELT

Why not every community be a great place to be born free? Most of global youth's next 3 billion jobs will come from collaborative action networking of sustainability goals- thank goodness china gets this with superb invitations to place leaders around the world: small enterprise every global market, blockchain big data small social intergeneration contracts, celebrate every citizen/youth networks next entrepreneurial solutions at annual G20, change edu and media, green the world and map 21st C infrastructure. OneBeltNews. thanks reporters from www.womenuni.com and www.cyberchinacenter.com ... CGTN One Belt


...BELT B1 G1 G2: Breaking News : Beijing's greatest futures forum 14 May 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

2018 Seas of Hope - Argentina G20

The greatest meeting of youth sustainability nations hsoted by Franciscans will be hosted Argeting Summer 2018

All ultra models of ending poverty can be benchmarked round franciscan POP models - eg bangladesh girls empowerment build nation models; exchanges of young professionals designed by jim kim and paul farmer - eg partners in health



Among world record job creators - group 4 jim kim and george soros have explicitly recognised POP  (Preferential Option Poor) models :
Soros 20th Open Society Laureate was sir fazle abed who explains how brac value system was designed around Paulo Freire

This video Jim Kim show how he celebrated (confirmation of a life spent round health pop models) soon after inauguration of Pope Francis

World Bank Group President Kim and Pope Francis ... - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmEVNlpjfGc
Oct 28, 2013 - Uploaded by World Bank
World Bank Group President Kim and Pope Francis Discuss Mutual Efforts to End Poverty ... World Bank ...

Baltimore can claim to both the original social justice city USA and the one that invites benchmarking of  POP with all sustainability goal 11 supercity

Under the morning sun in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, Pope Francis prayed for and then greeted members of the interfaith delegation from Baltimore.
Pope Francis speaks in Rome. Photo Courtesy; Catholic Review
Pope Francis speaks in Rome. Photo Courtesy; Catholic Review
Led by Archbishop William Lori, his Holiness visited briefly with the Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders —
“He looks us in the eye, takes us by the hand and you just feel for that moment for the Pope — you are the only person in the world,” Lori said.
Archbishop Lori and the delegation say their pilgrimage to Rome was designed to further solidify  their partnerships. They’ve been working closely since the April riots to help their communities heal through education and social services. “For him to be concerned as we move to the one year anniversary of the Freddie Gray incident and reaction to that,” Reverend Frank Reid said. “The Holy Father encouraged us, he also empowered us.”
The group also visited U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, Ken Hackett, who is the former head of Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services.The group of religious leaders, including Rabbi Stephen Fink, Imam Earl El-Amin, the Reverend Alvin Hathaway and others, returns to Baltimore tomorrow.

The Rev. Wolfgang Herz-Lane, bishop of the Delaware Maryland Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Imam Earl El-Amin, Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore; Father Donald Sterling, pastor, New All Saints Parish; the Rev. Dr. Frank M. Reid III, senior pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church; and the Rev. Al Hathaway, pastor, Union Baptist Church.
The Rev. Wolfgang Herz-Lane, bishop of the Delaware Maryland Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Imam Earl El-Amin, Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore; Father Donald Sterling, pastor, New All Saints Parish; the Rev. Dr. Frank M. Reid III, senior pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church; and the Rev. Al Hathaway, pastor, Union Baptist Church. Photo Courtesy: Catholic Review


Preferential Option Poorest design optimal life critical services of the poorest and grows their livelihoods. POP leaders include - health: farmer; economics Kim and Soros; Faith Pope Francis and South America and Bangladesh's fouuders of women4empowerment net working 1.0 and 2.1 see lso www.youthmarkets.com : millennials need POP wherever elders have knowingly or accidentally left them in huge debt< for example if your nation as an unaffordable 20th century health system and an elderly population bubble then only POP healt can save your milennials from drowning in debt

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