Changing Our Story: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course starts May 6

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 […]

May 24- Own Your Worth: Power to the People Who Care

Parents, teachers and caregivers do crucial, complicated, artful work. We give and protect life. We cultivate human potential. And the decisions we make on a daily basis are, quite literally, choices about how to evolve our species. Yet, many of us feel isolated, overworked, depleted, or downright invisible. The time is overdue to demand what […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

A People’s Climate Agenda

From November 9-15, 2015 the New Economy Coalition will host “New Economy Week: From Austerity to Prosperity”—a public conversation about the ideas that can transform society and build an economy where people and the planet matter. Join us on November 12 for the Caring Economy Starter Course, a free webinar where we connect the dots […]

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 […]

Can Social Wealth Economic Indicators play a role in public ownership of a more caring economy?

Empowerment through ownership forum: This weekend, Sept. 2, 2015, a coalition of national, Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh area public policy advocacy organizations will host a one day webinar and forum to support and strengthen “the vital role of public and worker ownership in wide segments of the US and global economy.” Jason Campbell, forum coordinator, CPS volunteer […]