An attempt to share impressions of the inclusive conference “Community in Conversation” (The conference took place from April 30 to...
Lifelong learning – for all
Health – the quest for dynamic balance
Shaping encounters – creating social forms
Call for applications: Fellowship for practical research in the context of the further education “Bewegte Prozessbegleitung” for eurythmists
The Anthroposophic Council for Inclusive Social Developments awards three fellowships to eurythmists who would like to participate in the further...
Moved process support – eurythmy in the working world
Continuing education for professional eurythmists from June 2023 to June 2024 at the Goetheanum/CH and at the Eurythmeum CH Language:...
Conference “Community in Conversation”
From 30.04.–02.05.2023 we cordially invite you to a new focus of the Council’s network work. We want to share on...
Spring conference of the Social Therapy Working Group
from 09.–12.03.2023 in the community Altenschlirf, Germany At the spring meeting of the Social Therapy Working Group, colleagues from Switzerland,...
Visit to Chisinau from 3–7.4.2023
Visit to Chisinau, the capital of the Republic of Moldova, from 3–7.4.2023 A report by Sonja Zausch A country that...
Invitation to the ACESTA Conference 2023 in UK
27–30 May 2023 in Emerson College, UK Dear colleagues, a cordial invitation to the next conference of the association ACESTA...
Joy – Commitment – Curiosity: May Days 2023 in Norway
7–10 May 2023 in Norway Shooting Stars Have you ever looked up at the sky, lost yourself in the beauty...
A day in Umut Nadeshda (Kyrgyzstan)
A film about life and work at the Umut Nadeshda Children’s Centre, Kyrgyzstan (only available in German) In 2022, young...
Perspectives 2023-1 – now online!
The new issue of the journal Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development is now available – as always bilingual (German...
Ruskin Mill Trust Seminar: Meditation as holding creative tension
From Friday the 24th until Sunday the 26th of February The Field Centre hosted a workshop on meditation for coworkers...
Traute Lafrenz Page (May 3, 1919 – March 6, 2023)
On March 6, 2023, physician Traute Lafrenz Page crossed the threshold into the spiritual world at her home in South...
Education // Wellbeing // Community
To the worldwide movement of anthroposophic initiatives in the field of disabilities, education, social pedagogy and social work. Member organizations from more than 50 countries are working together under the umbrella of the Council. Together, we are striving to contribute to a 21st century world in which a good life is possible for all human beings. Our work focuses on situations where persons are at risk of being excluded from access to education, health and social participation because of a disability or social circumstances. This means that we see our task on the one hand in supporting the individual on his or her biographical path, and on the other hand in creating social spaces in which this individual path can move and unfold.
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Newsletter – quarterly updates on the work of the Council and the worldwide movement
The Council represents the interdisciplinary field of special needs education, social pedadgogy, social therapy and social work with and for individuals with disabilities within the School of Spiritual Science and its sections.
The worldwide movement of Camphill communities is represented in the Council through the Camphill Movement Group.
ECCE brings together European parent, family and self-advocacy organizations and represents their voice in the Council.
The German association of anthroposophic social service providers supports the work of the Council with expertise and resources.
FREUNDE DER ERZIEHUNGSKUNST RUDOLF STEINERS
As members of the Council, the Friends support international volunteer service and emergency pedagogy.
The Swiss association of anthroposophic social service providers supports the work of the Council with expertise and resources.