Make the pitch for Riane: On Being podcast

Make the pitch for Riane: On Being podcast

Expanding the outreach of CPS' vital world work is a primary focus for Partnership and Caring Economy leaders. Thanks to Heidi Bruce, Partnership leader and Managing Editor for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, we've initiated  a call to action to support Riane Eisler to be chosen as a guest on the On Being podcast. Heidi, who attended a conference co-sponsored by The On Being Project, initiated a call to action to make the pitch to On Being curators to interview Riane Eisler on this respected podcast with Krista Tippett. Call to action:…continue reading →
WRITE! Call for submissions

WRITE! Call for submissions

What Partnership Waves are you making? Your voice is valued—here are some ways to contribute: We’re inviting blog posts related to the theme of Calling Men In. Send your blog submission (no more than 500 words) to Ann and we'll post it on the CPS site with a link to the Riane Eisler Center for Partnership Studies Facebook page. Contribute to the Partnership Community News: the submission date for the next newsletter is March 26. Keep us up to date on your Partnership and Caring Economy activities. Presenting a workshop? Creating a video? Publishing an article or book…continue reading →
Check out the March CPS Partnership Community News!

Check out the March CPS Partnership Community News!

March 8, 2018 The March, 2018 issue of the CPS Partnership Community News is hot off the press! Watch the video of the March 6 webinar with Riane Eisler (CPS) and Gary Barker of Promundo "Raising Caring Men: How Can #MeToo Bring a Revolution in Masculinities?", and check out "People Making Waves": Partnership and Caring Economy leaders in action, making a positive impact for a better world. Read and download: https://centerforpartnership.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/CPS-Community-Newsletter-March-2018.pdf Thank you to our Partnership leaders worldwide who responded to our call for submissions. Stay tuned for the April, 2018 CPS Partnership Community…continue reading →
Teens learn about the principles of Partnership: interview with Brie Mathers

Teens learn about the principles of Partnership: interview with Brie Mathers

Body Image, Media Literacy, and the Power of the Heart November 24, 2017 Brie Mathers, CPS Partnership leader and founder of Love the Skin You’re In, is an activist and motivational speaker who has presented to more than 100,000 teens worldwide through her multimedia event. Brie spoke to high school students and faculty members about body image, mental health, media literacy, and mindfulness during an inspiring visit to The American School in Switzerland (TASIS) campus in November 2017. Read the full interview by TASIS student writer Jessica Landa. Excerpts from the interview: Jessica:…continue reading →
Author and Partnership leader Beth Wilson launches new book: The Recovering Feminist

Author and Partnership leader Beth Wilson launches new book: The Recovering Feminist

At the Center for Partnership Studies we’re excited to announce the launch of bestselling author Beth Wilson’s new book The Recovering Feminist. Beth calls upon women to engage the power of the feminine spirit—often in partnership with men—to usher in a life-affirming paradigm. The Recovering Feminist casts a compelling vision for reclaiming women’s true locus of power: love in action. Beth writes, “[Riane] Eisler’s work has been central to my understanding of the underlying values shaping society, culture, and social systems.” Chapter two of the book is focused on exploring the lens of…continue reading →
Consumer, citizen or …? Revisioning language for a partnership economy

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 consumer is responsible citizenship, and suggests that the challenge of this century is to reconceptualise our role in the economy. If people as consumers are primarily identified as economic entities, where does that leave culture, creativity, self-actualization and…continue reading →
A Different Lens for Viewing the Craziness

A Different Lens for Viewing the Craziness

March 4, 2017: Read the new Huffington Post article by CPS Power of Partnership Alumni Pamela Hale. Pamela writes: “We are asking ourselves, “Am I supporting and perpetuating the dominator principle, which relies on power over another, or am I living out a partnership approach based on caring, empathy and respect?” This post features an overview of Riane Eisler’s four cornerstones of building a partnership culture: 1. Partnership childhood relations 2. Partnership gender relations 3. Caring economics and 4. Shifting cultural beliefs, myths and stories Pamela offers her framework for a personal call…continue reading →
Caring Economy: the true power behind energy efficiency

Caring Economy: the true power behind energy efficiency

Jeanine Otte, certified Caring Economy Advocate, helps families and businesses in the Chicago area reduce their energy use and save money by improving their energy efficiency. Jeanine: “Our research team has analyzed the benefits of energy efficiency to explore positive consequences outside of saving energy…especially those on a limited income…both the Caring Economy and the Partnership frameworks are helpful in measuring the full impact of our work here at Elevate Energy.” Jeanine is collecting stories from her community that show the true power behind a caring economy and energy efficiency—caring for people where…continue reading →