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  • It's time to count care in.

    "Your Starter Course presentation was one of the best I have seen in a long time! You all are Top Flight!”

    —Carolyn Cook | Washington, DC
    Founder of United for Equality, LLC and representative for the ERA Campaign Network

Learn about the Caring Economy movement in our free webinars

Join Riane Eisler for the free Caring Economy Starter Course webinar and connect the dots between care and prosperity. Learn how you can join the Caring Economy Campaign and be part of a vital caring movement.

Thursday, September 8, 2016 11am-noon Pacific

Learn:

  • What is a Caring Economy? 3 essential components
  • Why now is the time to create a more sustainable and humane economic system
  • How you can participate in the Caring Economy Campaign and make a difference in your community

Recent Participants Say

  • “Great presentation!”
  • “Very informative, yet not overwhelming”
  • “The atmosphere was friendly, transparent, original, and 
compassionate - and a very sound argument was made!”
  • “Way to go! The Starter Course provides an excellent, succinct introduction to the Community Advocates Program. And I look forward to the Caring Economy Leadership Program with even more eagerness.”
Join Riane Eisler to learn how care = prosperity.

Count Care In: An Introduction to Social Wealth Economic Indicators

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 11am-noon Pacific

A FREE 60-minute webinar introducing a new balance sheet to measure what really counts- and how the economy will really work when we use Social Wealth Economic Indicators as the basis for sounder policies and better lives.

Find out how SWEIs provide the evidence-base you need to make the case for caring policies such as paid parental and sick leave, caregiver tax credits, better pay for care workers and educators, and increased investment in early childhood care and education.

Read more about the Social Wealth Economic Indicators and watch the November 12, 2014 online SWEIS launch event here.

The bottom line is, we simply can’t afford to have the U.S. lag behind other developed countries, and we really feel like SWEIs are the right measures in place, beyond those traditional economic measures, to get us on the right track

Eric Norman
Senior Vice President for Human Resources at Cardinal Health, a Fortune 500 Company.

...we need SWEIs, to be able to talk about the material implications of not accounting for the family care needs of 21st century families.

Ai-jen Poo
Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and Co- director of the Caring Across Generations campaign

You can get a lot more done with data than you can with theory, and I think these SWEIs are going to be tremendously important

Carol Evans
President and founder of Working Mother Media, a division of Bonnier Corp

SWEIs show that the return on investment in early childhood education is large and an essential part of our national investment in human capital.

Steve Barnett
Board of Governors Professor and Director of the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) at Rutgers University

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