Support Marta Mondéjar to translate partnership publications into Spanish

Support Marta Mondéjar to translate partnership publications into Spanish

October 29, 2019 Marta Mondéjar, a partnership leader, writer and translator in Madrid, is passionate about sharing Riane Eisler’s work with the global Spanish-speaking community. In May, 2018 she launched her personal website, Mujeres Sentadas en Círculo (“Women Sitting in a Circle”), with a focus on strengthening the partnership movement. Marta: “I'm devoting my website to the creation of a partnership Spanish-speaking community of women, where we will focus on empowering ourselves as women at the same time as we learn and spread the partnership way”. There are several of Riane Eisler's books…continue reading →
Tanja Kovac: Gender Equity, Political Advocacy and Self-Care

Tanja Kovac: Gender Equity, Political Advocacy and Self-Care

October 25, 2019 Tanja Kovac, certified caring economy advocate and gender equity leader in Australia, recently got in touch with CPS to update us on her political advocacy work. Working with the late Fiona Richardson, Tanja was responsible for overseeing Victoria’s strategic family violence prevention and gender equality agenda, including creating the Victoria’s first Gender Equality Strategy. In this letter, excerpted from recent communication with Riane Eisler, she shares some of her personal journey and advice for women active in policy and gender advocacy (hint: self-care!). Thank you Tanja for your inspired leadership…continue reading →
University Partnership Educator Jen Taylor: “Students are Hungry for this Information”

University Partnership Educator Jen Taylor: “Students are Hungry for this Information”

October 15, 2019 CPS’ intrepid Social Media Director, Valerie Young, brought to our attention a Facebook comment from partnership leader Jen Taylor: “I'm guest-teaching four sections of philosophy on Partnership Studies this spring [2019] and my UConn students (60 total) all ordered The Chalice and the Blade as part of the required reading. First time I was able to get the book on the syllabus after 6 years! So happy it's getting the recognition it deserves. Congrats & thank you.” Congratulations to you, Jen, for creatively introducing Riane Eisler’s work and partnership values…continue reading →
Caring Economy Leader Liz Copeland’s Response to The New Yorker Essay “The Invention of Money”

Caring Economy Leader Liz Copeland’s Response to The New Yorker Essay “The Invention of Money”

October 7, 2019 By Liz Copeland, Caring Economy leader Liz Copeland, certified caring economy leader and political and social justice activist in Albuquerque, New Mexico, offers this timely response to the July 29, 2019 essay in The New Yorker "The Invention of Money”. I am writing to share with the CPS community a copy of a letter I sent in response to an essay published in the August 5 - 12, 2019 print edition of The New Yorker Magazine. The essay "The Invention of Money," was written by John Lanchester, a Contributing Editor to…continue reading →
Organization as Community: Showing Up As Partnership Practitioners

Organization as Community: Showing Up As Partnership Practitioners

The topic of partnership in organizations is very dear to my heart and soul. Over the years as a nursing healthcare professional in the very hierarchical and most often dominating environment of healthcare systems: military, veterans and civilian systems, I have had many experiences of feeling the brunt of domination in action and, sadly, often aligning with the environment and dominating others. continue reading →