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Friday, July 31, 2020

dear www.musicforsdgs.com : tokyo ny vienna top 50 music supercity update 1 sept 2020

 as per linkedin streaming july-sept 2020 - below is mail confirming editor rebecca chung of UNGA Guide Virtual hoped to hear from you about un75 event of http://www.musicforsdgs.com - later this month i will report on about 20 zooms from un at welcome To povertyuni.com economistUN.com- & economistsports.net -also i am trying to linkin startupgrinds- have you contacted tokyo chapter to see if they celebrate music -

 economistsports.net - more radically abe's successor or tokyo mayor has great chance to renegotiate olympics - first cancel  2021 -- second two thirds of youth are asian, olympics brand is deadman walking unless trusted by asian youth -unless asian sponsors integral in bailing out olympics -eg tokyo remains next olympics - the movement has no ethical future living up to livesmatter the way other world sports stars are already redesigning

-tennis is the most important olympics sports to blossom in post corona communities- uniting both japan emperor family and uk royals- japan and haiti have the best female ambassador for future of tennis in naomi osaka- musicians and she should unite asap- in usa basketball is key whence http://www.kobe.mba 


as global brand-goodwill partnering consultant i was first asked to redesign sports partnerships by reps of ayrton senna in 1991- sadly he died before the project got beyond the proposal i issued with price waterhouse coopers

 - if japan nation brand is in doubt about taking lead in reshaping asian sports via olympics ask their ethics director ban ki-moon and their biggest sponsor jack ma and japans biggest fashion designer at uniqlo

 
thanks chris macrae +1 240 316 8157 OPEN sustainability app abeduni.com 9 schools years to rise  hg wells civilisation is race between education and catastrophe 






----- Forwarded message -----
From: Rebecca Chung <rglobalhealthstrategies.com>
To: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>; savy.lach@aide-et-action.org <savy.lach@aide-et-action.org>
Cc: Katherine Mount globalhealthstrategies.com>
Sent: Monday, 10 August 2020, 13:25:45 GMT-4
Subject: Re: help requested Re: UNGA Guide Virtual: Submit your event and sign up

Dear Chris and Savy, 

Hope you both are doing well. Chris, the first event sounds great! Please feel free to send them to UNGAGuide.com when they are ready to submit the event or provide them with my email address. 

And Savy, we currently do not have Cambodian moderated events submitted to UNGA Guide but given the virtual nature of UNGA 75, we are excited to house events during UNGA from all over the world. If your organization is planning on hosting online events during UNGA, you can send the details to me or submit them at UNGAGuide.com. 

Please let me know what else I can do to be of assistance! Thanks again Chris for reaching out and making this connection.  

Best,
Rebecca

From: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, August 8, 2020 9:56 AM
To: Rebecca Chung globalhealthstrategies.com>; savy.lach@aide-et-action.org <savy.lach@aide-et-action.org>
Cc: Katherine Mount globalhealthstrategies.com>
Subject: Re: help requested Re: UNGA Guide Virtual: Submit your event and sign up
 
dear rebecca

i am still following the first 2 events i mentioned- the music event wants to publish its details once key sponsors have signed up- the arts circle are checking to see if international schools want to join in -our hope is hundreds of schools could cheer each other up by sharing eg monthly arts competitions if we can clarify sdg relevant themes

please may i intro to savy lach at the ngo http://www.aide-et-action.org  from cambodia- i met him at several unga events last year in new york at un events and he would like to help zoom in a cambodian update - do you already have any cambodian moderated events

there are particularly interesting partnerships between japan and cambodia on education for the poorest that have recently be on nhk television and savy is focused on this type of development

cheers chris macrae mobile and whatsapp +1 240 316 8157

On Wednesday, 29 July 2020, 13:30:40 GMT-4, Rebecca Chung <globalhealthstrategies.com> wrote:


Dear Chris, 

Thank you so much for your email and the information you provided! They certainly seem relevant for the UNGA Guide, and I would very much appreciate it if you could put me in touch with the organizers of those events. 

I am also very glad to hear that you found the guide useful last year. If you haven't already filled out our user experience survey, the UNGA Guide team would love to hear more about your experience last year and what we can improve to make this year's virtual guide even better. 

Best,
Rebecca 

From: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2020 12:50 PM
To: Rebecca Chung <globalhealthstrategies.com>
Subject: Re: help requested Re: UNGA Guide Virtual: Submit your event and sign up
 
dear rebecca -thank you

last year your guide helped me choose a lot of great events to attend real time in new york from facebook ny office celebrating my favorite university in africa to a day long event on small enterprises hosted at japan society - is it useful if i check with the principals to see if they are doing a zoom this year - about 5 of us at unga74 started comparing notes so between us there are probably 30 events we could chase up

of all the ideas that seemed to plant coalitions ,while i am not an experts in music or arts i have been researching for 6 months now how young artists can linkin their own movementrs and connect this through school zooms across different languages - the french mission to new york is a world leader in celebrating dual language schools

there are two networks that look almost ready to confirm timings

the first one started with a chance meeting while at japan society-my dad received the japan emperors main international development award so i can often fast track research of japanese ideas- - i met a japanese musician who founded http://www.musicforsdgs.com- he had semi-official permissions to linkin young musicians at many japan celebrations of the reiwa era and hoping to celebrate the olympics- obviously due to the virus  there have been ups and downs but this is what he is expecting to put together

We are planning to organize a 17 hour online music event on 26 September, starting Japan, then Paris and grand finale in New York, by Music for SDGs co-hosted by GloCha. We are asking UNESCO to send their representative to our event as a guest speaker. Already more than 10 artist groups are confirmed to join us. Will Vienna Boys Choir be interested in joining us?


the other is more informal- i have been to research international student gatherings eg what schwarzman scholars do - in beijing 10 times and one fairly young lady has consistently staged painters festivals and linked this with cultural celebrations- i see what she likes to host with two or more cultures as something schools can zoom around - we could for example launch a year round poster competition celebrating different goals- whilst this is still emerging i would ideally like both groups to appear linked because ultimately they are trying to maximise youth celebrating and using skills to cheer up communities without borders- i have been doing research in brooklyn to see how black lives matter can also join in through arts

are these the sorts of things your guide would include -i can try and put both organisers in touch with you if appropriate

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