News from all fields

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. … >>

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.  … >>

The Enigma of Potentisation

The Enigma of Potentisation

'New Perspectives In Science 2014' is the fourth conference about scientific endeavors inspired by Anthroposophy.

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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 … >>