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Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society

by Rosemary Girard, James Madison University Dr. Riane Eisler, social and systems scientist, attorney and author, will address the JMU community as part of the Madison Vision Series: Contemporary Issues in an Engaged Society. Eisler will present “Re-Examining Human Nature...

Duluth, MN Awarded Gold Prize from World Future Council’s Commission on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls

The World Future Council’s Commission on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls, co-chaired by WFC Councilors Riane Eisler and  Vandana Shiva and directed by Karin Heisecke, awarded the best policy practices gold prize to the City of Duluth project at a ceremony in Geneva sponsored...

Soft Trumps Hard

Originally published in The Huffington Post by Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D. Reading the news headlines of any day is reading about struggles between chaos and control, between order and disruption. Regardless of which side one stands on any issue, there is a...

Cultural Transformation Course

Join acclaimed cultural historian and futurist Riane Eisler in dismantling outmoded notions of human nature, gender, and violence, and exploring new possibilities for our future. What if the story we’ve been taught leaves out a huge swath of our history,...

Why Swedish Men Take so Much Paternity Leave

Originally published on The Economist Along with its Nordic neighbours, Sweden features near the top of most gender-equality rankings. The World Economic Forum rates it as having one of the narrowest gender gaps in the world. But Sweden is not only...

Give the Gift of Peace!

PeaceTags, a Seattle based company that creates necklaces engraved with quotes from well known peace-makers now sells the Riane Eisler “PeaceBaby” tag. The sterling silver tag sells for $79.95. All of PeaceTags’ net proceeds are donated to non-profit partner organizations...

Do We Care?

“Do We Care?” by Steven T. Jones features activists pushing for better recognition of the caregiving professions, with extensive quotes from Riane Eisler about the Caring Economy Campaign Published in the San Francisco Bay Guardian on March 26, 2013,the article combines real...

Congressional Briefing: “The Economic Return from Investing in Care Work & Early Childhood Education”

The Caring Economy Campaign (CEC) of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS), together with CEC coalition members, invite you to a Congressional Briefing on “The Economic Return from Investing in Care Work and Early Childhood Education.” For Release Thursday, March...

The Debt, Women, and Our Future

In this article, Eisler and Otis reveal how many of the job cuts are ones that are traditionally women’s jobs, and ultimately, this is going to affect the entire country, regardless of gender. Read the entire article on