New film: The Economics of Happiness

Today, the UN International Day of Happiness, is the perfect occasion to spread the word about Local Future’s film The Economics of Happiness.   Films for Action has called it “one of the most important and useful films for inspiring change that has been made in a generation”, and from now until the end of […]

Toward a Caring Economy: Working in Partnership With Nature and Each Other

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 See Debra Moffitt’s latest interview with Riane Eisler on Divinely Inspired Living radio. www.unity.fm/episode/DivinelyInspiredLiving_031417 It’s clear the traditional economy isn’t working. With greater wealth gaps and droves of people fleeing corporate 9-to-5 life, there has to be a better way. But what is it? Dr. Riane Eisler, author of The Real […]

LUCY: Investing in parents is smart business

Caring Economy leader Alice Stroud shared with us a new initiative that has just launched in the San Francisco Bay Area to support parents and employers support the work-home-work transition for new parents. LUCY is reimagining care for expectant parents. “Even though there have been fantastic advances in science, medicine, and technology around fertility, pregnancy, […]

Exploring Your Creative Constellation with Sara Saltee: March 24 -April 14

Creativity drives quality human capital that supports a healthy, caring economy. Join Sara Saltee, creativity coach and longtime Director of CPS’s Leadership and Learning Programs, as she introduces her original framework for discovering not IF you are creative, but HOW you are creative. She’ll reveal her exciting new vision for understanding personal creativity and show […]

Mothering Nature: Dr. Riane Eisler interviewed in Psychology Today

There are signs of movement toward a partnership system, despite our environment crisis and the troubling rise of authoritarian power in the world. In the March 8, 2017 blog post in Psychology Today, Rachel Clark interviews cultural change leader Riane Eisler as part of the new series “Mothering Nature in the Age of Trump”. Are […]

Caring Democracy and the need for an Integrated Progressive Agenda

We are excited to share with you the new International Journal of Partnership Studies issue on Caring Democracy. Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and founder of the Caring Economy Campaign, is the Guest Editor for this issue. Articles include “Building a Caring Democracy: Four Cornerstones” and “Roadmap to a Caring Economics: Beyond Capitalism […]

Caring Economy: the true power behind energy efficiency

Jeanine Otte, certified Caring Economy Advocate, helps families and businesses in the Chicago area reduce their energy use and save money by improving their energy efficiency. Jeanine: “Our research team has analyzed the benefits of energy efficiency to explore positive consequences outside of saving energy…especially those on a limited income…both the Caring Economy and the […]

Partnership trumps Domination: What’s really at stake in this US Presidential Election

Read the latest post from Caring Economy leader Julie Hanks, PhD. This 2016 presidential election isn’t about the candidates, Hillary or Trump. It’s about choosing the fate of our future and the fundamental model by which we will organize: domination or partnership. We cannot continue on our current trajectory of domination. Riane Eisler’s model of […]

Riane Eisler presents keynote this month: Worldwide Meeting on Human Values, Monterrey, Mexico

Riane Eisler will be presenting the opening keynote, Economía del Cuidado- “What’s Good for Women, is Good for the World”, at the Eighth Worldwide Meeting on Human Values in Monterrey, Mexico, October 21, 2016. The conference is hosted by Encuentro Mundial de Valores. The focus of this year’s event is “Coping with the Social Crisis […]

Voters Care About Care: Do Candidates?

The September 15  Huffington Post blog by Riane Eisler and Valerie Young highlights the emergence of care into mainstream political discussions. Care is now a national issue —with economic implications. The issue of care is care gaining more attention now — candidates have noticed that better family policies have gained popularity with voters. Will increased emphasis […]