truly great news joseph - only just saw you mail -is bard organising anything - great to hear greta got the prize the 2 years earlier
|what sorts of solutions do you want: educational ... ai/tech connected . circular modeling.... trillion dollar audits transparency of market purpose . gzero movements ...other investment benchmarks- eg will 300 trillion dollar wester pension funds ever make sdg investments asset grade?.. other cop connected.. other un connected .||help us map climate collaboration cities ||big debates: unilever carbon rainbow twitter 1..|
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glasgow -youth networks celebrating brac/fazle abed coalition networks since 2008 - would like to help start a student union club everywhere which twittered or something insanely happy news from point of view of younger half of the world-
whats the next step in amplifying action- for example makoto in new york and japan organises http://www.musicforsdgs.com as japans united platforms of musicians changing the world of community engagement -how does that connect with other hsappy arts new botstein family linksin for and with younger half of human race?
Bard College student Sonita Alizada has been awarded the 2021 Freedom Prize in recognition of her international advocacy to end forced marriage. Alizada is a 24-year-old rapper and human rights activist from Afghanistan and a sophomore at Bard College. She was chosen by 5,683 young people from 86 countries to receive the prize, which carries an award of €25,000 to support her work. The Freedom Prize, organized by the Normandy for Peace Initiative in the Normandy Region of France, recognizes an inspiring young person committed to an exemplary fight for freedom. Alizada is the third Freedom Prize laureate. The prize was awarded in 2019 to Greta Thunberg for her fight for climate justice and to Loujain Al Hathloul in 2020 for women's rights in Saudi Arabia.
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