How We Think About Care Hurts Fathers Too

By Valerie Young and Riane Eisler Mark is a married father of five small children in San Diego, California. His wife practices law while he stays home, running the household and serving as the children’s primary caregiver. He is one of about 209,000 full-time stay at home dads, according to the US Census Bureau data, […]

Resistance is not enough. Become a leader in the caring revolution.

Yes, we must speak out against corruption and the concentration of wealth in the hands of the few, Yes, we must decry the insanity of policies that enable the destruction of the natural world, Yes, we must be opposed to the cruel gutting of supports for women and children who make up the majority of […]

Caregivers really keep America safe

By Kate Duva The word economy comes from the Greek word oikos, for home — and the economy would collapse without domestic care workers, who are the invisible fuel of our economy, doing the work at home that makes it possible for others to go out and do all other work. There are few jobs as essential […]

Caring Democracy and the need for an Integrated Progressive Agenda

We are excited to share with you the Interdisciplinary 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 and Socialism” […]