April 8, 2021
By Robyn Baker
CPS is excited to announce the beginning of Forward Thinking Fridays, a series of posts on our social media networks and website! Every Friday, we will envision what we want to see in a more Partnership-oriented world or highlight the different components of partnership that are already in practice today.
We look forward to more Facebook Live events to engage with partners and experts on the subtopics of our monthly Forward Thinking Friday themes.
This month, Forward Thinking Fridays will address “Children and Their Wellbeing” by posting content on our new Instagram, @partnerism, and the Riane Eisler Center for Partnership Studies Facebook page!
Some highlights for this month include:
- Increasing Public Services for Children: What Does That Future Look Like?
- Caring & Connected Parenting
And others to come in the next few months:
- Community Development – Growing Partnership Ecosystems from the Grassroots
- Indigenous Wisdom and Agroecology – Partnership Ways to Protect and Nurture Our Humanity and Planet
- Women Entrepreneurs – Reconfiguring Domination Norms and Paving the Way for
- Gender Equal Partnership
- Artificial Intelligence – The Partnership Way for Technology and Humanity
We would LOVE to engage all corners of the CPS community in the re-imagining of the world-as-we-know it into the one we hope for in a post-COVID world.
To stay updated with each Forward Thinking Fridays, follow @partnerism on Instagram or like our Facebook page!
Tune into our upcoming Facebook Live sessions at the end of every month to hear new perspectives and share your own, as well as connect with the movement towards making partnership practices the “new” (but actually true) normal!
Children and Their Wellbeing
Robyn Baker is a CPS team member focusing on Research and Education. She recently graduated from the Euro-American programme at Sciences Po Paris. She loves to play piano, practice yoga, or read in between her studies in political science, sustainable development, and gender. She is an avid collector of old books and has a strong interest in fine arts. She has a passion for multiculturalism, travel, and human rights. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and French. Robyn’s focus will include educational program development and caring economy-related projects.