The Caring Economy Campaign is now on Instagram! Share and Follow

Thanks to the talented Valerie Young, CPS’ social media guru, The Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign now has a presence on Instagram. Along with the Riane Eisler Center for Partnership Studies Facebook page, the CPS YouTube channel, and Twitter’s @CaringEconomy, Instagram’s powerful, free mobile-based app supports CPS’ expanding global outreach. See: […]

Wisdom in abundance: The Real Wealth of Nations

January 26, 2018 Jean Detjen, Executive Director at Northeast Wisconsin Arts Association, recently tagged a review by Mel Warwick of the Stanford Social Innovation Review of Riane Eisler’s landmark book The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating A Caring Economics. “If the world is to be saved, salvation will come from people like Eisler, who have made […]

Riane Eisler interviewed on (in Spanish)

January 15, 2018 Riane gave the Master’s Closing of Congress Speech at The 2018 Futures Congress in Valparaíso, Chile at the Salón Honor – Congreso Nacional (Honor Hall of the former National Congress). Hear Paula Molina interview Riane Eisler on — on going beyond capitalism and socialism to a new economic paradigm that recognizes […]

Radical Feminists Speak for a More Humanitarian Society

December 29, 2017 WLRN’s Thistle Pettersen, who interviewed Riane Eisler recently for the Women’s Liberation Radio News, commented that Dr. Eisler is “a prominent scholar who influenced [my] thinking greatly in [my] youth. Dr. Eisler contributes much to conversations past and present about the status of women and how radical and lesbian feminists are on […]

Laura Flanders interviews Riane Eisler: “Our most felt human need is for caring connection.”

Nov. 28, 2017. Partnerships in the Post Industrial Economy Dr. Riane Eisler, author of the groundbreaking book “The Chalice and the Blade” and “The Real Wealth of Nations,” discusses partnership and post-industrial economics with Laura Flanders on the “Laura Flanders Show”. She explores how valuing partnerships, women and femininity is directly related to caring policy that […]

The GOP Tax Plan – This Is What Domination Economics Looks Like

Valerie Young, Contributor Outreach Director for the Caring Economy Campaign at the Center for Partnership Studies     Think more money at the top of the income scale means more at the bottom? It doesn’t. November 14, 2017 Monster storms destroy coastal cities. Wildfires kill dozens of people and displace thousands more. Health insurance coverage for millions is […]

Cornerstones of Democracy: Riane Eisler at New York City’s Cooper Union Great Hall

Tuesday, October 17, 2017, The Center for Partnership Studies presented a a free, public conversation that described what the four cornerstones of family, gender, economics and narratives can look like when grounded in the values of Partnership. “When the present Domination System is replaced with the Partnership System, the very foundation of our democracy will be revealed, as The […]