Partnership Studies Group in Udine, Italy: bodies@living art project

Partnership Studies Group in Udine, Italy: bodies@living art project

July 2, 2018 The Partnership Studies Group Udine, founded by Prof. Antonella Riem, recently presented a performance art event “living bodies@blurring realities”, part of the Festival of Knowledge at the University of Udine, June 27-30, 2018. The Partnership Studies Group/Udine was founded to expand the study of the Partnership social systems model developed by author, educator and activist Riane Eisler. PSG blends research and artistic processes, creating spaces of relationship and action in collaboration and performance. The living bodies@ blurring realities project includes elements of relational art, installations and performance moments centered on…continue reading →
Watch the video: Questions You Asked: Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith

Watch the video: Questions You Asked: Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith

We heard you! The response to our May 22, 2018 webinar “Uncovering the Roots of Violence: New Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith,” was overwhelming. Participants from all over the world raised incisive questions that call for further conversation, so we  reconvened our panel of anti-violence pioneers to move the dialog forward! Watch the June 27, 2018 webinar Questions You Asked: Further Conversations on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith with Julie Owens and Ron Clark—learn about specific ways we can work together to change cultures of violence in our homes,…continue reading →
Change Your Thinking with CPS’ Integrated Partnership Agenda

Change Your Thinking with CPS’ Integrated Partnership Agenda

June 8, 2018 The Center for Partnership Studies has released an updated version of the Integrated Partnership Progressive Agenda that outlines the core configurations of Domination Systems and Partnership Systems and key elements of the Domination and the Partnership Political Agendas. Download the Integrated Partnership Progressive Agenda Riane Eisler: “We have been taught to think of politics in terms of elections and governments, but politics is basically about how power is defined and exercised, and by whom. This is something we learn, starting in early childhood. The new social categories of the Partnership…continue reading →
Cultural Transformation: It’s Time to Shift Back to Partnership

Cultural Transformation: It’s Time to Shift Back to Partnership

May 31, 2018 Last Fall, the Center for Partnership Studies and readers from around the world celebrated the 30th anniversary and 57th U.S. printing of the international phenomenon that is The Chalice and the Blade by Riane Eisler. This week Kindred Media shares a conversation about cultural transformation and the emerging Partnership social system: Could our time of massive dislocations be an opportunity for transformative change that will support a working Partnership system? Eisler proposes that the earliest cradles of civilization oriented more to the partnership system until, during a period of chaos,…continue reading →
Julie Owens and Ron Clark: leading the movement to end domestic violence

Julie Owens and Ron Clark: leading the movement to end domestic violence

Julie Owens and Ron Clark are two innovative and tireless activists leading the movement to end domestic violence. Along with Riane Eisler and moderator Renita Robinson, they are part of the panel for the May 22, 2018 webinar "Uncovering the Roots of Violence: New Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith", hosted by the Center for Partnership Studies. In 2017, Julie Owens co-developed the national toolkit and screening tool for adult victims of human trafficking. Her primary focus is best practices in victim advocacy in both secular and faith-based settings. Julie writes: "I am…continue reading →
Raising Caring Men: How Can #MeToo Bring a Revolution in Masculinities?

Raising Caring Men: How Can #MeToo Bring a Revolution in Masculinities?

The #MeToo movement has been an opportunity for profound awakening for some, and for increased visibility of a pervasive reality for others, but where do we go from here? How do we raise caring men? And how do we seize this opportunity to create family, workplace, and national cultures that support new possibilities for manhood? Hear gender equality pioneers Riane Eisler of the Center for Partnership Studies and Gary Barker of Promundo engage in this transformational dialogue about the future of masculinity in the #MeToo world. The March 6, 2018 webinar was moderated by Promundo…continue reading →
New Facebook Group for CPS Alumni

New Facebook Group for CPS Alumni

Thanks to Partnership leader and social media consultant Julie Hanks, CPS has a new Facebook group for CPS program Alumni: Riane Eisler Center for Partnership Studies Alumni and Friends. If you are someone who's taken CPS online leadership workshops, webinars, or self-paced courses, or you are an active Partnership or Caring Economy leader ready to network and dive into dialogue on the issues you care about, please see the new Facebook page and request to join the group. This is "a closed group for alumni and friends supporting the work of Riane Eisler and Center…continue reading →
Uncovering the Roots of Violence – Watch the webinar

Uncovering the Roots of Violence – Watch the webinar

Uncovering the Roots of Violence: New Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith In this moment of #MeToo, #EnoughisEnough, and #BlackLivesMatter, our essential task is to uncover the roots of violence including its roots in our religious traditions and faith communities. The extraordinary May 22, 2018 webinar event brought together three anti-violence pioneers to share fresh perspectives on the stories we have lived by and explore what it really takes to end the pandemic of violence against women, children, and other vulnerable peoples Millions around the world strive to break free from traditions…continue reading →
Want to Change the World? Focus on Partnership Rather Than Domination

Want to Change the World? Focus on Partnership Rather Than Domination

April 26, 2018 In their blog this month, New Dream features the recent podcast with Brie Mathers and Riane Eisler: A Conversation with Riane Eisler.  The organization, which seeks to "transform the ways we consume to improve well-being for people and the planet" interviewed Partnership leader  Brie Mathers who speaks at high school assemblies teaching thousands of girls to resist messages that source their value in the mass-marketed body images, hyper-sexualization, objectification, and false rewards of overconsumption. Brie is also starting to do these assemblies with boys, helping to free them to express their full humanity…continue reading →
Riane Eisler appears in the award-winning film “Beauty Bites Beast”

Riane Eisler appears in the award-winning film “Beauty Bites Beast”

Author, filmmaker and CPS Partnership leader Ellen Snortland's new film Beauty Bites Beast won the “Best Documentary” award at the Artemis Film Festival. Congratulations Ellen! Join Ellen for two screenings of "Beauty Bites Beast" in Santa Monica, CA: Saturday, April 28 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, April 29 at 8 p.m. Both will be at Laemmle's Monica Film Center in Santa Monica. Comment from Ellen: "Bring your friends, co-workers and loved ones and join us! Bring the boys and men too, as we need everyone on board to end violence against women, girls, and well… EVERYONE." Learn More Get Tickets…continue reading →