Waldorf worldwide, Sources of health

Emergency education deployment in the Caribbean

By Thomas Wildgruber, May 2021

The people on the island of Providencia were warned. They were told to stay indoors. Two weeks earlier, hurricane Eta had already swept across the Caribbean. But what happened on the night of 15 to 16 November went beyond anything the islanders had experienced. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Sources of health

Together for the environment. Potsdam and Zanzibar prepare for the hot season

By Catharina Engelke, Maria-Sibylla Hesse, May 2021

Brandenburg sand here, tropical downpours there: in the new hot season, we have to learn to deal with climatic changes in Germany as in Zanzibar. The social impacts must also be considered, up to and including health protection and food security. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Woodie’s creations

By Elrisha Ochurus, Magareth Nuru-Khom, Emanuela Kaxuxuena, John Nanghonda, April 2021

The Learners Company of the Windhoek Waldorf School in Namibia. [more]

Birth and Spirit, Waldorf worldwide

A hospital turned Waldorf school. The Markgräflerland project in Portugal

By Pedro Miguel et al., March 2021

It was a very special step for our “Olive Tree School” in Figueira on the Algarve: after careful consideration and planning, we decided to expand our school from classes 1 to 6 to classes 1 to 8. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Interculturality

A Waldorf school for all. The Community School for Creative Education in Oakland / USA

By Monique Brinson, Ida Oberman, December 2020

Few subjects have put their imprint on our time like the growth of diversity: local, regional, national and global. In the United States alone, more than half of all newborns are people of colour. By 2030 the majority of young employees will be non-white and in 2044 the majority of the population will consist of non-whites. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

50 years of the Hague Circle

By Nana Göbel, September 2020

The international Waldorf movement [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Treating trauma. Interview with Barbara Schiller, managing director of stART international

July 2020

After the initial experience of working with emergency education in Lebanon in 2006 and 2007, a group of Waldorf teachers and anthroposophical therapists, including Barbara Schiller, founded the “stART international – emergency aid for children” association. Since then it has been in over 150 war zones and disaster areas to help traumatised children. Its deployment has meanwhile expanded to include emergency and disaster relief, integration and peace work. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

School stress: everyone has it, no one wants it. How do we exit from it?

By Kirsten Schreiber, July 2020

Exiting from school stress requires courage and commitment – that was the conclusion of many participants at the specialist conference on the subject of “Stress and school” at the Havelhöhe Family Forum in Berlin. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Waldorf sustainability

Doing change – the story of Sonomotors

By Jona Christians, June 2020

Former Waldorf pupils develop an innovative electric car, set up a startup company and seek a new way of community funding. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Seeing black misses the point. The crisis in English Waldorf schools

By Sven Saar, June 2020

It is meanwhile clear to everyone involved that the precarious situation of the Waldorf schools in England – things are different in Scotland and Wales – cannot be laid at the door of a brutal and authoritarian state system alone. The control addiction of the authorities runs through the whole of British society in hospitals, kindergartens and local authorities, but it is not the sole reason for the fragility of the Waldorf impulse. [more]

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