glyph 220: "anytime, anywhere" learning ... regulatory reform, transparency, e-government, devolution of fundamental autonomy ... non-imperial independently-originated innovations ... diaspora donors and investors linked via web with grassroots self-help initiatives . micro-entrepreneurs, telework ... e-learning partnerships and micro-scholarships ..... Sri Lanka, example . Vision-in-Action, Yasuhiko Kimura . Openworld learning, Mark Frazier
"As the 21st Century unfolds, people around the world are awakening to a growing danger. Religious and tribal movements are harvesting anger against abuses of power by failing states, predatory rulers, local warlords, and perceived advances by crusading empires. These trends, if unchecked, may assure further catastrophes in coming years as new technologies make it easier for haters to kill.
"Developed countries have a vital stake in finding effective ways to meet this threat. Yet wars, occupations, and expansion of state powers risk further inflaming passions and eroding the foundations of civil society. An alternative vision and course of action is neededone that offers practical paths for large numbers of people across ethnic and religious lines to build stakeholdings in a peaceful and prosperous future."
Continued at: http://explorersfoundation.org/archive/220t-frazier-paths.pdf
Concepts and thought provoking phrases from the above article (minor editing by leif smith):
Published in Vision in Action's quarterly journal, December 2003
Vision in Action: http://www.via-visioninaction.org
The author's website: http://www.openworld.com
entered before July 9, 2006; edited/updated November 26, 2015