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

“Caring for children properly, and valuing the unpaid and paid work of those who undertake this vital job, will determine America’s future competitiveness, security, equality, and the wellbeing of its citizens.” – Anne-Marie Slaughter from ‘The Failure of the Phrase ‘Work-Life Balance”, The Atlantic online, December 16, 2015

In this month’s Atlantic.com article “The Failure of the Phrase ‘Work-Life Balance”, Anne-Marie Slaughter asserts the urgent need for including the value of care in our economy.

The Caring Economy Starter Course, offered free to an extended network of economists, activists, and leaders around the nation, shows how we can make the case for care.

Join us on January 13 and learn:

  • What is a Caring Economy? 3 essential components
  • Why now is the time to create a more sustainable and humane economic system
  • How you can participate in the Caring Economy Campaign and make a difference in your community

The Caring Economy Starter Course connects the dots between care and prosperity. Join Riane Eisler online on January 13 at 11am Pacific – register today!

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Recent Participants Say:

“Great presentation!”

“Very informative, yet not overwhelming”

“The atmosphere was friendly, transparent, original, and compassionate, and a very sound argument was made!”

The Caring Economy Starter Course
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
11:00am – noon PST
Free

Read the Caring Economy Campaign blog post:
Democracy, the 1%, and a Caring Economy

caringeconomy.org/freeclasses

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