Mothering Nature: Dr. Riane Eisler interviewed in Psychology Today

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 we at a significant moment in human cultural evolution? Dr. Eisler: “Yes there are signs of movement toward a partnership system where – beginning with the basic difference in our species between male and female – difference is…continue reading →
Building a Caring Democracy

Building a Caring Democracy

We are excited to share with you articles in 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 the Winter 2017 issue. Articles include "Building a Caring Democracy: Four Cornerstones" and "Roadmap to a Caring Economics: Beyond Capitalism and Socialism" by Riane Eisler,"Getting Back on Track to Being Human", by Darcia Narvaez, "Core Support for the New Economy", by Neva Goodman, "Women's Rights, Human Rights, and Duties: From Domination to Partnership" by…continue reading →
Exploring Your Creative Constellation with Sara Saltee

Exploring Your Creative Constellation with Sara Saltee

Join Sara Saltee, creativity coach and longtime Director of CPS's Leadership and Learning Programs, as she introduces her original framework for discovering not IF you are creative, but HOW you are creative. She'll reveal her exciting new vision for understanding personal creativity and show how identifying your signature combination of creative drives can help you live more fully in Partnership with your Self, your work, and our world. Workshop Exploring Your Creative Constellation August, 2017 dates TBA If you've been beating yourself up for not having "found your passion"... If you know you…continue reading →
American Herald Tribune interview with Dr. Riane Eisler: “The mass media still normalize violence”

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 economic systems, we have to understand, and change, the domination social context from which they, and the theories that support them, derive. This does not mean leaving everything from capitalism and socialism behind. It means discarding their domination…continue reading →
CPS President Riane Eisler Keynotes Eighth Worldwide Meeting on Human Values

CPS President Riane Eisler Keynotes Eighth Worldwide Meeting on Human Values

Caring Economy: What’s Good for Women is Good for the World “The Real Wealth of Nations gives us a template for the better world that we have been so urgently seeking. As practical as it is hopeful, this brilliant book shows how we can build economic systems that meet both our material and spiritual needs.” - Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Laureate Acclaimed systems scientist Riane Eisler, author of the The Real Wealth of Nations, The Chalice and The Blade, Sacred Pleasure, Tomorrow’s Children and one of the most innovative thinkers of our…continue reading →

June 17: Partnership Next Generation Summit

What does next generation leadership in the Partnership movement look like today? What directions is it heading and how can the Center for Partnership Studies support it? Join us online on Friday, June 17, 11am Pacific for the Partnership Next Generation Summit and help to seed the future for a growing Partnership system. We welcome participants 35 and under who are CPS program Alumni + their friends/colleagues who have some knowledge of the domination/partnership continuum and are interested in applying partnership in the world. Next generation Caring Economy and Partnership leaders are cultural…continue reading →

Debut of Italian Edition of “Real Wealth”

  Exciting news from Italy! The Italian edition of The Real Wealth of Nations will debut at a public program organized by ALL (Associazione Laureati/e in Lingue - Association Graduates in Foreign Languages) with the Department of Languages and Literatures, Communication, Education and Society. The public program launches off with an international conference on April 15, 2016 to spotlight the first publication of The Real Wealth of Nations in Italian. It is organized and chaired by Professor Antonella Riem, PhD, who prefaced the book with Mauro Ceruti, PhD and Alessandra Burelli, PhD. The…continue reading →
Whole systems change: a new paper by Riane Eisler

Whole systems change: a new paper by Riane Eisler

Check out Riane Eisler's new essay "Whole Systems Change: A Framework & First Steps for Social/Economic Transformation" in Next System: Possibilities and Proposals, a Next System Project series. Today’s nuclear and biological weapons give us destructive powers once attributed only to a vengeful God. Fossil fuels combined with our species’ exponential population growth are decimating our natural life-support systems. A seismic technological shift, as radical as that from foraging to farming and from agriculture to manufacturing, is hurling us into the postindustrial, knowledge-service age. Jobs are disappearing, and many more soon will be lost to…continue reading →
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.continue reading →

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…continue reading →