Written by Nancy Folbre and originally posted on NY Times blog, Economix.
Valerie Young identifies the most valuable "commodity" in the world and the need to measure beyond economic activity in the market economy by delving into household production statistics.
In this New York Times article, economics professor, Nancy Folbre, weighs in on the debate of working vs. non-working mothers and makes a plea for public programs to assist struggling parents.
Riane Eisler and Valerie Young use the latest political discussion over working and non-working mothers to highlight how the overall debate further underscores the need for a caring economy.
Riane Eisler and Kim Otis teamed up to write this political piece that examines the American economy.
July 12, 2011 was an extraordinary day in Washington, DC as over 700 concerned people converged on the Washington Hilton for the first ever Care Congress and launch of the Caring Across Generations (CAG) campaign.
Breathing In This LIfe. . .Support for Mothers Living Fit & Fearless blog recognizes Eisler's work.
Valerie Young's blog is a witty and fun approach to the challenges and joys of parenthood.
The Moms Rising blog is a place for people to discuss policy and parenting.
The Real Wealth of our Nation is Its People
by Riane Eisler and co-authored by Kimberly Otis and Karen Hessel The mass shooting of young children in Connecticut rightly set off a national outcry about gun control, and the sexual abuse of boys at Penn State justly brought strong condemnation from the NCAA and state officials. But where is the outrage over the on-going violence against girls and women in schools and college campuses, in the armed services, and across American communities? Where are the editorials in prestigious national publications condemning the U.S. House of Representatives' recent refusal to re-authorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), leaving U.S. women without federal protection? Why this double standard?