Alliance For a Caring Economy


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The Caring Economy Campaign

We are not accustomed to seeing economy and caring in the same sentence. Nor have we been taught to think of economics from the perspective of caring for people or nature. It's high time we did, and here's why. Watch the video

Six Steps to a Caring Economics

Discover six ways we can build an economic system that meets the real needs of people and the planet.

Watch the webinar.

Three Reasons Why We Need a Caring Economy

1: Caring is crucial. 2: Caring societies build stronger economies. 3: Gender matters!

Latest Postings & Comments

Social Wealth Economic Indicators Featured in Think Progress

Journalist Bryce Covert covered the Caring Economy Campaign's forthcoming Social Wealth Economic Indicators this week in Think Progress, in her piece, How Measuring the Economy Differently Could Increase Gender Equality. She highlights the massive potential to empower women and families with new...

September 11, 2014|News|Read More »

Save the Date! Online Launch of the Social Wealth Economic Indicators

Wednesday November 12, 2014
10 am PT/1 pm ET Online,facilitated by the Center for Partnership Studies
Registration Link to Come! Join the Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign as we launch a new initiative, the Social Wealth Economic Indicators (SWEIs). SWEIs...

October 14, 2014|News|Read More »

New Economy Week features Caring Economy Campaign Contributions

The Caring Economy Campaign is making a splash in the New Economy Coalition's New Economy Week, this week October 13-19. Read the CEC's contribution to this week's blog, In the New Economy, Caring Counts. Join the Caring Economy Campaign for a FREE Caring Economy Starter Course, offered to an...

October 15, 2014|News|Read More »

Riane Eisler Featured in Woman ChangeMAKER as Visionary

 Dr. Riane Eisler is featured in the latest edition of Woman ChangeMAKER, the e-magazine about women driving social change. In the cover story and feature article, Navigating Transformation: The Work of Cultural Historian Riane Eisler, Woman ChangeMAKER writes "her research as an evolutionary...

October 14, 2014|News|Read More »

Riane Eisler's Work 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 "...

October 14, 2014|News|Read More »

Dr. Eisler Featured in Huffington Post

In a Huffington Post article on Monday, Fordham University professor and business coach, Isabel Rimanoczy, writes on the benefits of partnership culture in executive leadership. After years of witnessing "a cuture of harshness and hardness", in which power and authority are used to settle conflicts...

August 28, 2014|News|Read More »

Unpaid Care Work to be Included in U.N. Post-2015 Development Goals

The United Nations and the Gender and Development Network have just announced that unpaid care work will be included in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals, the post-2015 iteration of the UN's Millenium Development Goals. This inclusion reflects the growing conversation and rising...

August 27, 2014|News|Read More »

Brie Mathers, on the Work of CPS at Stanford's Global Innovation Summit

"The status of women is a greater predictor of a nation's long-term prosperity than GDP is", Brie Mathers says, citing work by the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS) and highlighting the importance of addressing the status of women worldwide for a hopeful future. Start at 4:35 to hear Brie's...

July 20, 2014|News|Read More »