WOMAN Event with Riane Eisler

WOMAN Event with Riane Eisler

Our company is committed to providing a safe space for women and men to engage with human stories that challenge social norms and provide new perspectives. That means both virtual and physical. In July of 2015, we hosted a community event at in Oakland with legendary systems scientist Riane Eisler. In an imperfect world, everyone can learn from another person’s experience. In fact, we all have a lot to gain from listening.Read more

May 4: The key to a strong economy is caring for people and planet

Join Riane Eisler on May 4 for the Caring Economy Starter Course. Learn about the Economics of Care and how you can help create a more just, prosperous, and sustainable way of life. Learn why GDP = Grossly Distorted Picture and Care = Prosperity. Caring Economy Starter Course Wednesday, May 4, 2016 11am-noon Pacific Free More Information Register “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…Read more
Volume Two, Issue Two of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies

Volume Two, Issue Two of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies

Volume Two, Issue Two of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies (IJPS) was just published in December. This issue features an interview of Jennifer Buffett, President and co-founder with her husband Peter Buffett of the NoVo Foundation, as well as articles by Riane Eisler, Susan Carter, and Sara Saltee from CPS, as well as pieces from a number of other scholars such as Teddie Potter from the University of Minnesota, Daniel S. Levine from the University of Texas at Arlington, and Karie Jo Peralta from the University of Miami. The Interdisciplinary Journal of…Read more

Eisler and the Caring Economy featured in Women of China

A recent article in the online publication, Women of China, underscores the importance of the inclusion of unpaid care in the Post-2015 development agenda of the UN, the Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs). The article, Put the Care Economy in the Post-2015 Development Agenda asserts that the "unequal distribution of unpaid housework - including the work associated with caring for people - between men and women undermines society's progress toward gender equity". Citing her 2007 book, The Real Wealth of Nations, Dr. Eisler's argument is brought to light across the globe that including the work of caring for people…Read more