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 →
Cornerstones of Democracy: Riane Eisler at New York City’s Cooper Union Great Hall

Cornerstones of Democracy: Riane Eisler at New York City’s Cooper Union Great Hall

The Center for Partnership Studies presented a a free, public conversation in October, 2017 that described what the four cornerstones of family, gender, economics and narratives can look like when grounded in the values of Partnership. "When the present Domination System is replaced with the Partnership System, the very foundation of our democracy will be revealed, as The Preamble of the Constitution is a Partnership vision. The event will illustrate how the cornerstones support an Integrated Progressive Agenda, an agenda that promotes a more just, tolerant and inclusive society." -- Riane Eisler https://youtu.be/J-gx17HnYs0 Speakers Include: Dr. Riane…continue reading →
International Women’s Day: be a part of the solution

International Women’s Day: be a part of the solution

International Women’s Day is March 8, 2018. Be a part of the solution to gender equity and become a leader in the Center for Partnership Studies worldwide community. Riane Eisler, author of The Chalice & the Blade and The Real Wealth of Nations, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and founder of the Caring Economy Campaign, is a pioneer in the movement for women’s rights. In this era of #MeToo and speaking truth to power, our work as women has never been more clear. Answer the call-to-action to press forward and progress…continue reading →
David Loye’s Rediscovering Darwin: Learn what Darwin actually had to say about human evolution

David Loye’s Rediscovering Darwin: Learn what Darwin actually had to say about human evolution

Published February 12, 2018 in honor of Darwin's 209th birthday! Hailed as a major breakthrough in 24 pages of pre-publication reviews by leading evolutionary thinkers, David Loye’s Rediscovering Darwin: The Rest of Darwin’s Theory and Why We Need it Today reveals what Darwin actually had to say about human evolution. Rather than “survival of the fittest” (which he apologized for using in his earlier work) or “winner vs. loser” (as in still popular evolutionary narratives), Darwin writes of love and the moral sense as primary drivers in human evolution. As Riane Eisler notes,…continue reading →
CPS is now on Instagram! Share and Follow

CPS is now on Instagram! Share and Follow

Thanks to the talented Valerie Young, CPS’ social media guru, The Center for Partnership Studies now has a presence on Instagram. Along with the Riane Eisler Center for Partnership Studies Facebook page, the CPS YouTube channel, and Twitter’s @CaringEconomy, Instagram’s powerful, free mobile-based app supports CPS’ expanding global outreach. See: instagram.com/rianeeislercenter4partnership Tags: #carecounts  #caringeconomy   Like, share and follow…and tell your friends and colleagues to check out The Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign on Instagram!      continue reading →
Wisdom in abundance: The Real Wealth of Nations

Wisdom in abundance: The Real Wealth of Nations

January 26, 2018 Jean Detjen, Executive Director at Northeast Wisconsin Arts Association, recently tagged a review by Mel Warwick of the Stanford Social Innovation Review of Riane Eisler's landmark book The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating A Caring Economics. "If the world is to be saved, salvation will come from people like Eisler, who have made it their business to think outside the proverbial box. Let’s hope Eisler’s wisdom finds its way into the decision-making circles in government and business before it’s too late." - Mal Warwick In LinkedIn, Jean commented: "In this powerful…continue reading →
Riane Eisler interviewed on cooperativa.cl (in Spanish)

Riane Eisler interviewed on cooperativa.cl (in Spanish)

January 15, 2018 Riane gave the Master's Closing of Congress Speech at The 2018 Futures Congress in Valparaíso, Chile at the Salón Honor - Congreso Nacional (Honor Hall of the former National Congress). Hear Paula Molina interview Riane Eisler on cooperativa.cl — on going beyond capitalism and socialism to a new economic paradigm that recognizes the economic value of care. (in Spanish):continue reading →
A new economy that recognizes the value of care: 2018 Futures Congress

A new economy that recognizes the value of care: 2018 Futures Congress

January 22, 2018 Riane Eisler was a featured speaker at three forums this month in Valparaíso and Santiago, Chile. On Friday January 19th, Riane offered a presentation at the Femme Summit on “Women Leading Change”. Riane was a guest speaker for two events at the 2018 Futures Congress.   Both talks featured a Consciousness focus. Riane gave the Master's Closing of Congress Speech: “Contracting or Expanding Consciousness: Foundations for Partnership and Peace”, on January 20 in Valparaíso at the Salón Honor - Congreso Nacional (Honor Hall of the former National Congress). Read the full…continue reading →
Partnership or Domination – Whispers from the Past and a Way Forward 

Partnership or Domination – Whispers from the Past and a Way Forward 

December 7, 2017 Susan Coleman interviews Riane Eisler In this episode of The Peacebuilding Podcast: Bridging the Divide, Dr. Riane Eisler connects the dots of societies that have male-dominated family structures and those that support militarism and violence as a method of influence. She points out that the “regressives” in the USA (and around the world) get the connection between the family and national/international policy and have systematically pressured women back to their more traditional, subservient roles. She wants “progressives” to connect these dots as well and provide leadership for a new economic…continue reading →