March 9, New York City: Alchemy of Women and Girls Collective Wisdom and Power

March 9, New York City: Alchemy of Women and Girls Collective Wisdom and Power

Sande Hart, Partnership leader and Founder of Charter for Compassion - Women and Girls, invites women in the Partnership and Caring Economy community on the East Coast to participate in Alchemy of Women and Girls Collective Wisdom and Power, March 9, 9am-1pm Eastern Time, at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City. From Sande: "The Alchemy of Women and Girls Collective Wisdom and Power is being hosted by the historic Henry Street Settlement on March 9th. Bridging the International Women's Day and the Opening Forum of the United Nations Commission on The…continue reading →
Caring Economy = an “enormous economic return from investing in caring for people and nature”

Caring Economy = an “enormous economic return from investing in caring for people and nature”

Riane Eisler’s seminal book The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics is cited in Intelligent HQ’s post “Towards the Caring Economy: Shifting From Numbers to People”. “The most important, yet undervalued, human work”— at the very top of the economic chain— “is the ultimate goal of economics”, says acclaimed social systems scientist Riane Eisler. And she further explains, “The Caring Economy Campaign is shifting focus from GDP and Wall Street to the enormous economic return from investing in caring for people and nature”. For Eisler, the investment in humanity should be…continue reading →
Money-Wise Women: Riane Eisler on Caring Economy and Real Wealth

Money-Wise Women: Riane Eisler on Caring Economy and Real Wealth

February 5, 2019 In this comprehensive interview on Money-Morphosis.com, Money-Wise Women’s Crystal Arnold talks with Riane Eisler, author, systems scientist and founder of the Caring Economy Campaign and the Center for Partnership Studies. In “Real Wealth of the Caring Economy”, Riane states “The fuel of a more humane economy is not profit but a responsibility to care for one another and for the earth”. Real wealth includes the often unseen labor of parenting or caring for the elderly. The average woman spends 15% of her working years in unpaid care work, caring for…continue reading →
The new Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions

The new Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions

This looks pretty great to us... The Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions: Faith and Culture Across History, edited by Susan de-Gaia (abc-clio 2018) is an important new resource. Designed to complement general studies of religion, it focuses on that which has so often been left out – women’s roles in the history of religion, women’s experiences of the divine, and the divine as female. Its nearly 300 reference articles detail the numerous positive contributions women have made to their societies and the world through their development, leadership, and creative expression in religion."…continue reading →
4 Ways to Create Partnership Families

4 Ways to Create Partnership Families

by Julie de Azevedo Hanks, PhD, LCSW, CPS Partnership Leader If every child grew up in a home where partnership was practiced, the world would be transformed. That is my vision, and I’m on a mission to help families develop partnership patterns and shed the shackles of domination that have formed rigid family roles. I want all people to see themselves as important caregivers in the lives of others, as creators of their lives, and as crucial leaders in the larger world. I want children to feel connected to themselves and others, to…continue reading →
Dublin: Herstory Light Festival honors women leaders

Dublin: Herstory Light Festival honors women leaders

January 11, 2019 The third annual Herstory Light Festival took place in Dublin, Ireland January 4-7, 2019. Called “a festival for the people”, the event honors women’s achievements and celebrates women and girls worldwide. The landmark work of Riane Eisler, celebrated with a 3-story light installation of Riane and her husband, writer David Loye, were one of many images projected onto the historical Dublin General Post Office (GPO). Melanie commented: “This year the festival generated a mini storm on social media and we even made the RTÉ 6.01 News Headlines (watch clip from…continue reading →
Breaking Out of the Domination Trance: Riane Eisler in Kosmos Quarterly

Breaking Out of the Domination Trance: Riane Eisler in Kosmos Quarterly

December 27, 2018 The Center for Partnership Studies is happy to announce that Riane Eisler is a member of the guest Editorial Circle for the Winter, 2018 edition of Kosmos Quarterly. Eisler's article, "Breaking Out of the Domination Trance", is reprinted from her keynote speech at the 2018 Safe Ireland Summit in Dublin, Ireland, October, 2018. (See: Riane Eisler receives SÍLA award at the Safe World Summit 2018")." In this article Riane Eisler shares the traumatic story of fleeing with her family from the Nazi occupation of Austria as a girl, and growing up as…continue reading →
Personal and political: take action today to support CPS’ vital work

Personal and political: take action today to support CPS’ vital work

At this moment in history when so much is at stake, CPS thanks each of you who have made a generous donation. If you have not had a chance to give, we welcome your contribution. Whether you can offer a one-time gift, or become a monthly Caring Sustainer, please support the Center for Partnership Studies in our vital work to build foundations for the shift from domination to partnership in all aspects of life — from the personal to the political. Together we can make a difference in our world. We invite you to watch…continue reading →
Generation Z Economics: A Multidimensional Teaching Approach

Generation Z Economics: A Multidimensional Teaching Approach

December 10, 2018 In the Financial Express article “How to teach economics to millennials, Gen Z”, professor Indradeep Ghosh, Dean of the Meghnad Desai Academy Of Economics, Mumbai urges educators to adopt a multidisciplinary, systems-literacy approach to economics that encourages more proactive and experiential learning. According to Ghosh, “The fundamental thought and learning process that currently guides economics education needs to change”. A multidimensional approach to economics called Phenomenon-based learning enables students to understand real world events from diverse viewpoints and to accept the versatile nature of world-views in a new global economy.…continue reading →