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 to the challenges faced by the Next Generation?

Next generation Caring Economy and Partnership leaders are cultural change agents involved in projects in many countries encompassing new economy, social and environmental justice, gender equity, innovative policy shift, advocacy for parents, children and caregivers, the collaborative commons, and more. Our young leaders and CPS’ Next Generation Task Force are helping to seed the future for a growing Partnership system.

Join with the Center for Partnership Studies and be part of an exciting network of change as we help guide our cultural systems into a future that works for all.

Yuli Rodriguez YLKP“I feel empowered by solidarity and inspired by the awesome conversations we had. I plan on inspiring others to spread love to the world.”
– Yuli Rodriguez, California, USA,  Young Women Leaders Program 2015

 

 

 

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