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 […]

Qualitative growth translated to economics

In this interview with systems thinker Fritjof Capra, “Why Economists Don’t Know How to Think About Growth”, Evonomics advisor Eric Michael Johnson explores the role of systems thinking in economics. Capra shows how qualitative indicators, including equity and the state of the natural environment, are useful in addressing economic issues. He asserts that the state […]

UN launches initiative for women’s economic empowerment at Davos

The Guardian, January 21, 216: Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary general, announced in Davos on Thursday that he was creating his organization’s first high-level panel on women’s economic empowerment. Globally, women earn 24% less than men for doing the same work. “The empowerment of the world’s women is a global imperative,” Ban Ki-moon said. “Yet […]

Personal is Political: Caring Economy in the Philippines

By Ann Amberg, MCS, Associate Director of CPS’ Leadership & Learning Programs Theresa Balayon is an inspired change agent, seasoned community leader and graduate of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Caring Economy Advocates Program and Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course. She is a catalyst for change at the government […]

Taking Stock in Our Children: In a Time of Volatile Markets, How We Can Play the ‘Long Game’ by Investing in Our Society’s Future

by Riane Eisler and Valerie Young When world markets convulse, people tend to think short term. But as a society, we must start focusing on what investors call the “long game” — re-examining our economic priorities to improve and stabilize more lives over time. Suppose that instead of thinking only of stock markets or interest […]

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 first Caring Economy Europe Live Gathering is happening June 4-7, 2015  in Lille, France. Thank you to brilliant Conversation Leader Riikka Helle for coordinating and facilitating this inaugural event with some of Europe’s most visible and […]

April News from CPS Leadership and Learning Programs

Sara Saltee and Ann Amberg of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Leadership and Learning Programs have been working hard on new materials, new courses, and new webpages…all with the goal of providing learning experiences and resources that empower you as leaders of the Caring Economy and Partnership movements. Read about the latest news from our global Alumni actively engaged in […]

What Is Good for Women Is Good for the World

Caring Economy Community Advocate and storyteller Zette Harbour is sponsoring Riane as keynote speaker at the Central Coast Women’s Symposium, March 14, 2015 in San Luis Obispo, CA. We are thrilled to announce that internationally known human rights activist, best-selling author, social scientist, women’s advocate and macro-historian, RIANE EISLER, will be our next keynote […]

The Caring Economy Advocates Program

Caring Economy Advocates are changing the conversation and changing the world. The Caring Economy Advocates Program provides the language, tools, and experience you need to step confidently into leadership as a local ambassador of the Caring Economy Campaign. Caring Economy Advocates Certification Program Meets Tuesdays: March 8 March 15 March 22 March 29 April 19 April 26 10:00am – noon […]

“The status of women and girls in a country is a stronger predictor of success than its GDP”.

“Power, Sex, and Money” – Brie Mathers at Wanderlust’s Speakeasy In this cutting edge talk on the history of power, sex, and money, certified Caring Economy Community Advocate Brie Mathers takes a look at how the outward representation of women has changed drastically over the last 10,000 years. She discusses how the world would greatly […]