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When it Comes to Violence Against Women, Religious Leaders Have a Choice

Gender-based violence and religion have been linked throughout recorded history. Religions have worked to prevent it, and have also supported ...
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The Robots are Coming: How a Caring Economy Is the Best App for a Shrinking Job Market

by Riane Eisler, Huffington Post The tech and automation job-quake is finally gaining attention, with predictions that nearly half of American ...
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Dear Mom, Thanks for Nurturing the U.S. Economy

by Allison Stevens, Women's eNews There's nothing like the "fatherhood bonus" for moms. To the contrary, moms hit the "maternal wall," ...
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Events, Publications, & More

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Brie Mathers on Girls as Ground Zero – from Hypersexualization to Partnership in Leadership

Brie Mathers, Caring Economy Conversation Leader and founder of Love the Skin You’re In, gave this powerful talk in February ...
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CE Europe Riikka event

June 23: learn about the first Caring Economy Europe Gathering

Join us online June 23 to hear about the first Caring Economy Europe Gathering We are excited to announce the ...
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Michigan Selected As First U.S. State For Deployment Of New Social Progress Index

May 27: The Caring Economy Campaign is excited to announce that Michigan state policy officials announced the deployment of a ...
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Watch & Learn

Alumni Muhammad Waseem Ayaz Discusses the Cultural Transformation Course

Muhammad Waseem Ayaz, a recent graduate of Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course, is a student of Sociology at the Government ...
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Madison Vison Series at James Madison University

Eisler’s address at James Madison University, “Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society: Four Cornerstones for Transformation,” synthesized decades of Eisler’s ...
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