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Lighting the way for a more human world

By Nana Goebel, March 2014

Janpen and Porn Panosot – Waldorf pioneers in Thailand. [more]

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Starting a school in crisis conditions? A Waldorf school initiative in Athens

By Cornelie Unger-Leistner, March 2014

It’s a Wednesday evening. In an office in inner-city Athens, Michael Tsigotsides, spokesman for the Athens Waldorf initiative, displays a map of Europe bristling with little pins representing Waldorf schools in all European countries. There’s no pin in Greece. “We’re the only country without a Waldorf school, and the time is ripe now for this initiative,” says Tsigotsides, who worked for around 20 years as an upper school teacher in Waldorf schools in Sweden. He also runs several training courses in Athens for prospective Waldorf teachers.  [more]

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Pure horror

By Bernd Ruf, March 2014

Emergency education following Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. [more]

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Imagining Childhood. Working for the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early childhood Education

By Clara Aerts, December 2013

One of the key elements in the IASWECE council meetings has always been sharing pictures that describe the situation of small children in our countries, both within our Steiner/Waldorf movement and in society as a whole.  [more]

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“I am the greatest obstacle”. Inclusion congress in Berlin

By Mathias Maurer, November 2013

Under the motto “Working with diversity – on the path to inclusion”, six hundred educators, teachers and special-needs teachers from throughout Germany met from 20 to 22 September 2013 to exchange views about the legal, financial and educational consequences of inclusion. The congress was organised by the Association of Waldorf Kindergartens, the Federation of Free Waldorf Schools, the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum and the Association for Anthroposophical Special-Needs Education. More than 30 courses covered the diversity of aspects and allowed for the subject to be discussed in greater detail. The host was the Kreuzberg Free Waldorf School. [more]

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The creation myth of the Guarani

By Alexander Fritzen, November 2013

How eurythmy from the Neuwied Waldorf school came to the Rhineland-Palatinate Music School and went from there to Brazil, to the Favela Monte Azul, and finally into the jungle to the “Arapoty” native peoples cultural centre. [more]

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The Middle East Side Story. An intercultural musical project

By Michael Birnthaler, September 2013

The “Sha’ar laOlam - Bab l’alAlem e.V.” (Gate to the World) initiative is developing a meeting centre in Galilee and put on a musical which takes us to the heart of the clash of religions. [more]

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With peach blossom and children’s magic. Fifth Asian Waldorf Teachers’ Conference in Korea

By Nana Göbel, August 2013

At the end of April, 400 Waldorf teachers met in South Korea for the Asian Waldorf Teachers’ Conference. These conferences have become the most important transregional further training instruments. [more]

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20 years of the Oasis Masloc. Pupils build a medical and therapeutic centre in Romania

By Wilfried Kessler, August 2013

The “Oasis Masloc” aid project was initiated in 1992, a collaboration with the Associatia de Medicina Integrata in Masloc, Romania, which is now more than 20 years old. Upper school pupils (from classes 9-13) of the Ulm Waldorf School have gone to this south-east European country each year in order to build a medical and therapeutic centre. [more]

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A first move

By Christiane Harder, August 2013

First world-wide conference for foreign language teachers in Dornach. [more]

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