Resistance is not enough. Become a leader in the caring revolution: workshop starts October 6

Yes, we must speak out against corruption and the concentration of wealth in the hands of the few, Yes, we must decry the insanity of policies that enable the destruction of the natural world, Yes, we must be opposed to the cruel gutting of supports for women and children who make up the majority of […]

Consumer, citizen or …? Revisioning language for a partnership economy

We are excited to announce that Australia-based Caring Economy leader Sabrina Chakori has contributed a chapter in the new book Positive Steps to a Steady State Economy, edit. by Haydn Washington: Consumer, citizen or a new definition? The necessity to change both the term and our behaviour. Sabrina questions the assumption that to be a […]

How do men in the Middle East see their attitudes toward gender equality?

May 1, 2017 Men in the Middle East and North Africa are at a crossroads, reveals ground-breaking multi-country study on the state of gender equality in the the Middle East and North Africa region. http://imagesmena.org/en/ Promundo and UN Women’s multi-country study in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) – covering Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, and […]

Mom Power and Paid Leave

Thursday, April 6, 2017 In this new Moms Pump Here post, Valerie Young, JD., public policy analyst and Outreach Director for the Caring Economy Campaign, discusses the need for more caring economic policies that values the contributions of women and mothers. What’s holding women back from achieving a status equal with men in every level […]

New film: The Economics of Happiness

Today, the UN International Day of Happiness, is the perfect occasion to spread the word about Local Future’s film The Economics of Happiness.   Films for Action has called it “one of the most important and useful films for inspiring change that has been made in a generation”, and from now until the end of […]

Mothering Nature: Dr. Riane Eisler interviewed in Psychology Today

There are signs of movement toward a partnership system, despite our environment crisis and the troubling rise of authoritarian power in the world. In the March 8, 2017 blog post in Psychology Today, Rachel Clark interviews cultural change leader Riane Eisler as part of the new series “Mothering Nature in the Age of Trump”. Are […]

Caring Democracy and the need for an Integrated Progressive Agenda

We are excited to share with you the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies issue on Caring Democracy. Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and founder of the Caring Economy Campaign, is the Guest Editor for this issue. Articles include “Building a Caring Democracy: Four Cornerstones” and “Roadmap to a Caring Economics: Beyond Capitalism and Socialism” […]

American Herald Tribune interview with Dr. Riane Eisler: “The mass media still normalize violence”

January 10, 2017: The American Herald Tribune In this timely interview with Mohsen Abdelmoumen, Riane Eisler, President of the Center for Partnership Studies,  speaks to the urgent need to understand and take action to change  domination thinking in our culture. “We need new thinking. …and new thinking requires new language. To understand, and change, current […]

Partnership in Action: Women’s Empowerment

Serena and Emma Glover are a great example of the power of Partnership. This mother-daughter team from Redmond, WA, both graduates of CPS’ leadership programs, are working together to develop learning presentations inspired by Riane Eisler’s lifelong work in cultural transformation. They have co-facilitated intergenerational women’s gatherings where they encourage story sharing in the context […]

A Partnership for Food Security

by Kirstin Kelley A year ago my boyfriend, Kevin, and I were earning so little that we were skipping meals and eating nutrient-deficient ramen noodles to keep the hunger pains at bay. I looked for more work and took on my role at the Center for Partnership studies as social media manager and a few […]