The Threefold Social Organism

A good historian could take us back to the early part of the 20th Century when Rudolf Steiner developed his idea of the Threefold Social Organism.  By 1917, when the idea was first articulated in his two Memoranda, the Great War was in its third year, a war like nothing humanity had ever experienced. Rudolf Steiner developed the idea between 1917 and 1922.  The core concept recognizes three domains of human social activity: economic, legal, and cultural.


Sustainability Report 2016 – Economy

“Times are changing, the organic sector is expanding and we have to find the right position for SEKEM in this transforming environment by grabbing its potential for the future, which SEKEM absolutely owns.”

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Stopping the water from flowing away

Water researchers from Witten-Herdecke University in Germany are involved in a project in India to stop water losses. The aim is to provide a more reliable water supply not just in the major cities but also in more rural areas.  … >>

SEKEM initiative receives UN prize in the fight agains soil erosion

The Egyptian SEKEM Initiative has received the “Land for Life Award 2015” from the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).  … >>


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Exhibitions and courses

L'AUBIER, Montezillon

We need to think differently

An exhibition in a series designed to address today’s events from an associative point of view, as inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner. It comprises a choice of texts published in two issues of the Goetheanum Fund – October 2012 and November 2016. We are concerned with these questions ever since L’AUBIER’s inception in 1979.

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