Creating Your Blog Post

Did you know that all members of the Partnership Learning Community are welcome to create blog posts?

Feel free to author posts anytime you have something to share  - either about projects you are involved in that you think will interest the PLC community, or updates about your work as a Conversation Leader or Partnership movement-builder.  

It is easy to make a post - just follow the instructions below and have fun!

Instructions for posting and publishing on the Blog

The gifts of the earth and the care we give to our children, elders and neighbors are invisible in our current economic system. We need your voice to help make our real wealth visible.

Caring Economy Advocates are changing the conversation, and changing the world. Save your place in the Caring Economy Advocates cohort starting March 8. 

http://caringeconomy.org/advocates/

Collaborate: register with a friend and you both receive a $30 tuition discount.

Join over 150 leaders in 18 countries speaking out for an economic system that finally places real value on the care work that makes all other economic activity possible. 

  • Collaborate online with a diverse cohort of leaders 
  • Gain real-world experience planning and leading a Caring Economy conversation in your community 
  • Stay connected and access tools and resources in the online Partnership Learning Community 

The Caring Economy Advocates Program (CAP) program, now in its sixth year, provides the certification, language, tools, and experience you need to step confidently into leadership as a local ambassador of the caring economy campaign.

Facilitated by Sara Saltee, MA, ABD and Ann Amberg, MCS

REGISTER

Questions? Contact Ann: annamberg.cps@gmail.com  http://conta.cc/1SQTiYQ

“The Practicum gave me courage to continue with this conversation. It proved that it is practical, it is real. It is the missing gem in our society today.”  - Timothy Gachanga, Educator and community activist, Nairobi, Kenya

“The domination/partnership framework is a powerful lens for analyzing social, cultural, economic and political issues.” -Daniel Hall, West coast Director of Peace and Community relations for the Soka Gakkai International- USA Buddhist Association

“I now have the confidence to ask challenging questions and share this information. I have access to amazing resources, the wisdom of the cohort leaders, and a supportive community of like-minded people. I am inspired to see what I can do to improve the world and my local community.” - Tara Wernsing, Professor of Leadership Development at Instituto de Empresa Business School, Madrid, Spain

  

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