Muhammad Waseem Ayaz, a recent graduate of Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course, is a student of Sociology at the Government College of Science, in Lahore, Pakistan. He is completing his final thesis on the impact of online communities on cultural transformation in Pakistan. In conjunction with his study he is an intern at the NGO […]
Honoring Women Worldwide – Riane Eisler by jiinyahe113
Eisler’s address at James Madison University, “Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society: Four Cornerstones for Transformation,” synthesized decades of Eisler’s cutting-edge research into four main foundations for a new kind of society: childhood relations, gender relations, economics and stories.
In a world full of exploitation, what are the alternatives? Short excerpts from keynote by Riane Eisler.
The conventional assumption has been that a strong economy and caring for people and nature are at odds. Social Wealth Economic Indicators (SWEIs) demolish that assumption.SWEIs show the benefits of investing in care, and the dismal consequences of devaluing it – not only for women (who still do most of the care work), children, the elderly, families, and the […]
A short introduction to the Caring Economy Campaign. We hope you join the movement towards a more just, equitable, and caring economy!
Watch our video about the three sectors that are missing in our economic measures. These missing sectors need to be included in a full spectrum economy. Riane Eisler’s book, The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics, proposes a new approach to economics that gives visibility and value to the most essential human work—the […]
The Executive Women @ State and the Office of Civil Rights hosted Riane Eisler at the U.S. Department of State on March 21, 2013 for a program entitled “What’s Good for Women is Good for the World”.
The Caring Economy Campaign (CEC) of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS), together with CEC coalition members, held a Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill on “The Economic Return from Investing in Care Work and Early Childhood Education.” The event was introduced by Congressman Jim Moran of Virginia, and featured Dr. Riane Eisler. It highlighted the […]