October 22: Power to the Parents: Reclaiming our Voices, Our Worth, and Our World

Join us on Saturday, October 22, 10am -noon Pacific for a special 2-hour webinar: Power to the Parents: Reclaiming our Voices, Our Worth, and Our World It’s time for parents to recognize our economic value and claim our power as advocates for change! Join Parent Advocate and Caring Economy Leader Kate O’Rourke for this rare […]

Stronger Together: young Partnership leaders are making a difference

Young Partnership leaders are making a difference! On June 17, 2016 the Center for Partnership Studies hosted the Partnership Next Generation Summit: Seeding a Movement with over 20 young leaders in attendance. Key discussion points included: Where does the need for cultural transformation feel most urgent to the Next Generation? What are the specific applications of the Partnership model […]

Claiming the value of care – Join Kate Duva in April

It’s time for caregivers to recognize our economic value and claim our power as advocates for change! Join Parent Advocate and Caring Economy Leader Kate Duva in February for this rare opportunity to articulate our worth as caregivers and share strategies for building a society that recognizes the value of nurturing. Claiming the Value of Care […]

We are grateful for our Alumni!

Alumni are working together around the world to advance the Caring Economy and Partnership movements. Center for Partnership Studies Alumni from the U.S., Philippines and Belgium came together online on December 11 for the Fall 2015 Alumni Global Gathering. We learned about the many creative ways that our program graduates are actualizing Partnership and Caring Economy principles in the world; and were inspired and re-energized for […]

Partnership in Action: Women’s Empowerment

Serena and Emma Glover are a great example of the power of Partnership. This mother-daughter team from Redmond, WA, both graduates of CPS’ leadership programs, are working together to develop learning presentations inspired by Riane Eisler’s lifelong work in cultural transformation. They have co-facilitated intergenerational women’s gatherings where they encourage story sharing in the context […]

Partnership education gives meaning to school and life

Fremont, CA: American High School English teacher John Creger writes about his popular and revolutionary Personal Creed project for high school students. https://jcreger.wordpress.com/2015/07/22/the-personal-creed-project-and-the-return-of-reflection/ Since 2013, several of John’s students have completed the Center for Partnership Studies’ Young Leaders Program. John’s student Kaavya writes: “The serious lack of thoughtful self-reflection, and no I don’t mean write […]

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 at the Humanity Conference, part of Stanford’s Global Innovation Summit. Brie focused on Partnership for Leadership and threaded the Caring Economy message in to her presentation. Brie commented: “At 12 minutes duration, it’s the fastest […]

June 23: Caring Economy Europe Online Conversation

Join us for an online gathering for members of the Caring Economy Europe group and others interested in hearing news and updates about the CE Europe live gathering in Lille, France June 4-7, 2015. Learn about Caring Economy Europe, share project updates, explore collaboration opportunities, and exchange resources and inspiration to continue the work. Learn […]