News from all fields

German Waldorf pioneer Stefan Leber dies

Stefan Leber, one of the most important pioneers of the German Waldorf school movement in recent times died yesterday at the age of 78.  … >>

Sounding Bowls

Profound response in soul and body … >>

Waldorf emergency education team heads for Turkey

An emergency education team from the international Waldorf organisation Friends of Waldorf Education is heading for Turkey on Sunday for a short-term deployment with refugees from Syria and Iraq.  … >>

Bee alliance appeals for funds

An alliance for the protection of bees has to raise 190,000 euros (£150,280, USD 236,000) in the next few weeks in order to continue the legal battle with the agro-chemical industry in the European Court of Justice (EJC).  … >>

New portal for Waldorf teachers launched

"Waldorf Resources" with informationen and tipps for lesson planning … >>

Executive Council of the Goetheanum: Constanza Kaliks is nominated as a new member

The Goetheanum's Executive Council has nominated Constanza Kaliks, leader of the Youth Section, to join the council. This was announced on Members Day on November 7, 2014 at the Goetheanum. … >>

Why work placements in Waldorf schools?

This overview of the work placements in upper school gave an indication of the thematic content and personal or social challenges for the pupils. … >>

A study of anthroposophy in the fascist era

Staudenmaier‘s book is an updated, greatly revised and abridged version of his dissertation. … >>

“Favourable stars” of an extraordinary island

About 4,000 guests visit the Centro de Terapia Antroposófica and the Finca Lomos Altos in Lanzarote every year. … >>

Former Waldorf pupil heads NATO

The former Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg, who took over as secretary general of NATO on Wednesday, went through the majority of his schooling in a Waldorf school.  … >>

Amazing experience

Schumacher College is simply one of the finest teaching and learning environments to be found anywhere in the World. … >>

Project of the Month: Waldorf Education in Sierra Leone

On the outskirts of Freetown, the capital city, a group of teachers are trying to establish the Goderich Waldorf School. … >>

New Level 5 Diploma in Sustainable Agricultural Management

Announcing a new training with a focus on developing and deepening sustainable agricultural practice with an emphasis on biodynamic and organic practice and methods, beginning at Emerson College, Sussex, UK in September 2014. … >>

Swiss online platform “Without you” urges support for foreigners

When Switzerland voted by a very narrow margin in a referendum in February to restrict immigration, three Swiss citizens felt moved to do something about it.  … >>