News from all fields

Witten International Network

Newly founded student initiative wants better integration of international exchange students into university and student life at UW/H. … >>

Rebuilding the Goetheanum Stage

The process of breaking-down of the "old" Goetheanum stage is completed. The inside of the Goetheanum stage area is comparable to a cube. The "Renovation Newsletter" no. 3, documents this turning point from breaking down to rebuilding the stage and gives a look into further restoration work to come. … >>

The “very modern” crises of 1914

~ NNA series: The upheavals of the First World War ~  … >>

Founding a Waldorf school in the midst of economic crisis

NNA correspondent Cornelie Unger-Leistner visited the Waldorf project group in the Greek capital.  … >>

Haiyan – the monster storm

After the storm, the flood. Since typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines and other parts of the south-east Asia last month, followed by severe flooding, emergency aid has been pouring into the country.  … >>

Biodynamic rice makes its mark

For the first time in almost forty years it will produce so much rice that some of it can even be exported. … >>

Trauma of war

Successful emergency education action in Lebanon creates basis for further work … >>

Call for greater civil society engagement

Von Uexkull described the manifesto of the World Future Council as a “new brand” to save civilisation. … >>

Ethical banks call for positive vision of the financial system

Ethical banks from around the world have called for a fundamental transformation of the financial system to create greater stability and make people its focus.  … >>

Anthroposophical Studies: Trip to Weimar

The students of the Anthroposophical Studies in English made their annual pilgrimage to Weimar (March 15 – 17, 2013) to witness the rich cultural life that developed under the patronage of Archduke Carl August and was centered on the exceptional life of Goethe. … >>

Taruna project helps to model sustainable future with Maori communities

The New Zealand Government recently made a number of changes at all levels of education.  … >>

NNA News

Coveted Salimbeni prize awarded to Alanus professor … >>

Am 10. Juni 2006 Symposium der Paul Schatz Stiftung in Basel

Am Samstag, den 10. Juni, findet im SCALA BASEL von 9.45 bis 22 Uhr ein Symposium der Paul Schatz Stiftung zur Förderung von Zukunftstechnologien statt. … >>

SEED: The Untold Story

SEED: The Untold Story is a new documentary film that will investigate the dramatic story of seeds, the basis of life on earth. … >>

Waldorf alumni wins prestigious US book award

William Alexander, an alumni of Kimberton Waldorf School, was the winner in the Young People’s Literature category of the National Book Awards for his fantasy novel Goblin Secrets. … >>