As practical as it is principled, the Caring Family Policy Agenda is based on the shared core moral principles of religion and humanism: caring, compassion, justice, and nonviolence. Its principles and programs are easily articulated and have powerful emotional appeal.
Based on the latest neuroscience research, this guide supports and strengthens the partnership between parents and children from birth to 4 years old. ~ Written by SAIV Executive Committee member Licia Rando, M.Ed.
A progressive agenda on family relations should be based on a common principle: the transformation from domination to partnership as the model for personal, social, economic, and political relations. A progressive agenda on family relations will embrace and reflect the core teachings that are at the heart of both religious traditions and humanist philosophy. In this article with Frances Kissling, Dr. Eisler talks about the guidelines to build this foundation.
Fast facts from 15 by 15: A Comprehensive Policy Framework for Early Human Capital Investment in British Columbia, a project of Human Early Learning Partnership.
Change the conversation about families, economics and politics to support and nurture our families.
Support family values that engage parents, children, and other family members in partnership relationships and in creating cultures of peace.