Mohammad Yunus: A World of Three Zeroes: Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Carbon Emissions


Organiser: Camsed- Cambridge Society for Social and Economic Development
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Mohammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, visited the University of Cambridge today to encourage and inspire students with his own experiences and visions, together to work for a better world. Professor Yunus, or “banker to the poor” invented the “microcredit” system in Bangladesh, which operated against conventional logics of commercial banking systems, lending money to the economically deprived to establish their own business.
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