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Making the Business Case for Care: With Special Guest Diana Rothschild

April 28: Diana Rothschild, President & CEO of NextSpace and NextKids, has a front row seat to the changes sweeping the landscape of work in the 21st century. In a knowledge/service economy that leans toward disconnection and isolation for increasing numbers of workers, NextSpace offers an innovative model of collaborative and caring community. It includes […]

Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society

Dr. Riane Eisler, social and systems scientist, attorney and author, will address the JMU community as part of the Madison Vision Series: Contemporary Issues in an Engaged Society. Eisler will present “Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society: Four Cornerstones for Transformation” March 25 at 4 p.m. in the Madison Union Ballroom. Admission is free and […]

Can Capitalism and Care Co-Exist?

by Valerie Young, Mom-mentum International Women’s Day on March 8th saw an outpouring of social media about the status of women in the world, which varies greatly across countries and continents.  Here in the US, women occupy a strangely contradictory position.  We are better educated than ever, nearly half the paid labor force, the majority […]

Starting April 16-Changing Our Story – and Our Lives: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course

What if the story we’ve been taught leaves out a huge swath of our history, limiting our personal and social possibilities? Join acclaimed cultural historian and futurist Riane Eisler in dismantling outmoded notions of human nature, gender, and violence, and explore new possibilities for our future. Discover a more hopeful story of who we are and can be – and how we can each be agents for personal and cultural transformation.

Panel of Experts Launch Social Wealth Economic Indicators

The conventional assumption has been that a strong economy and caring for people and nature are at odds. Social Wealth Economic Indicators (SWEIs) demolish that assumption.SWEIs show the benefits of investing in care, and the dismal consequences of devaluing it – not only for women (who still do most of the care work), children, the elderly, families, and the […]

Inspiration, innovation and success in 90 minutes: care & prosperity in business, government and healthcare

Be prepared to provide the evidence you need to make the case for care to even the most skeptical stakeholders Making the Business Case for Care Meets Tuesday, April 28, 2015 11am-12:30pm Pacific *$45 Guest speaker TBA Is caring for your employees good for the bottom line? Discover how workplace policies that support parents and […]

What Is Good for Women Is Good for the World

Caring Economy Community Advocate and storyteller Zette Harbour is sponsoring Riane as keynote speaker at the Central Coast Women’s Symposium, March 14, 2015 in San Luis Obispo, CA. http://www.spiritualcircle.org/symposium We are thrilled to announce that internationally known human rights activist, best-selling author, social scientist, women’s advocate and macro-historian, RIANE EISLER, will be our next keynote […]

Cohort Starts March 10 – 1 space left! Changing the Conversation – Changing the World

The Caring Economy Community Advocates Certification Program cohort begins March 10, 2015 —a great cohort is now forming. The CAP program provides the language, tools, and experience you need to step confidently into leadership as a local ambassador of the Caring Economy Campaign. Caring Economy Community Advocates Certification Program Meets Tuesdays: March 10, 17, 24, […]

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