Monday, November 30, 2009

question from www.grameenscotland.com part of series exploring top 30 future capitals and space of pro-youth economics http://yunuscity.ning.com

 Dear Dr Yunus
 In various events co-hosted with you in Glasgow from 2008 to 2010, you committed to Scottish youth's future livelihoods being one of the top 10 partners with your worldwide development maps in Bangladesh

 we understand you want ScotLand to help with staffing the foundations of Grameen Nursing College

 what else do we have to deliver as partnerships you need so that you help us with our future freedoms which are economically complex given that we are ruled both out of London by UK and out of Brussels by EU?

 like various nations at extreme borders of EU, there is no evidence that Brussels spends a second on the unique sustainability challenge of scotland millennials that we can find; we do however have one safety net in that we are at one end of Europe's geographical space- with no neighbours ever likely to see any purpose in going to war with us

 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk co-sponsor of scottish celebrations with muhammad yunus and co-pilot of journal of social business - a 70th birthday wish of MuhamMad Yunus made in glasgow

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