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Autumn Conference of the Council 2019: October 3-5, 2019 at the Goetheanum
10. January 201910. January 2019
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Autumn Conference of the Council 2019: October 3-5, 2019 at the Goetheanum

Planning is underway for this year’s ‘small’ autumn conference of the Council in the carpentry hall of the Goetheanum. The thematic arc will begin this time (similar to 2017) with Open School of Spiritual Science work on the topic of ‘Spirit-Beholding’, and then move into a study of the seventh lecture of Rudolf Steiner’s Curative...

Focus Theme Research – Alanus University Study on Self-Harming Behavior
14. December 201814. December 2018
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Focus Theme Research – Alanus University Study on Self-Harming Behavior

An initiative on the Focus Theme Research and Outcomes Studies of the Council Challenging and self-harming behaviors often push teams and institutions to the limit of their abilities and can lead to the need to discontinue care relationships because clients cannot be supported appropriately in the setting. Even in anthroposophical contexts, it is not uncommon...

Working Group on Social Therapy
4. December 201817. December 2018
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Working Group on Social Therapy

The Working Group on Social Therapy met with thirteen European colleagues for its autumn meeting at the Emil Molt Akademie in Berlin, Germany. A central topic was the situation of young professionals, which needs our attention all over the world. A working group on the core topics of the Council has already developed an aid...

Washington Post Photo Essay – Camphill Svetlana
28. November 201819. December 2018
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Washington Post Photo Essay – Camphill Svetlana

On April 23, 2018, the Washington Post ran a visual narrative on the Camphill Community Svetlana near St. Petersburg, Russia, with beautiful pictures by documentary photographer Mary Gelman. See the Washington Post Story.

Social Play Space – Making Room for Fulfilling Biographies
28. October 201819. November 2018
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Social Play Space – Making Room for Fulfilling Biographies

Social Play Space – Making Room for Fulfilling Biographies Impressions from the International Conference for Curative Education and Social Therapy at the Goetheanum, October 8-12, 2018 We would like to thank everyone who played with us in the spaces we created together. It was a special experience that will continue to inspire us! In place...

Better Access – Integration of Curative Education and Social Therapy Collection in Goetheanum Library
28. October 201819. November 2018
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Better Access – Integration of Curative Education and Social Therapy Collection in Goetheanum Library

Starting in October 2018, the approximately 7000 titles of the library collection on curative education and social therapy of the Anthroposophic Council for Inclusive Social Development are being integrated into the public library of the Goetheanum. With this step, the collection will also be accessible through the catalog of the IDS Basel Bern library consortium....

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