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Early childhood movement challenges early years policymaking

LONDON (NNA) – An organisation which campaigns to stop the erosion of the rights and freedoms of children has expressed its concern that the best interests of children are not currently adequately catered for in early years...[more]


University in Beijing establishes Waldorf teacher training college

Tue, 22 Apr 2014

BEIJING (NNA) – A Waldorf teacher training college has been established at a Beijing university. The University of Modern Administration, one of the first free universities in post-revolutionary China, together with the Chenzhigu...[more]

“Working of the Spirit” project aims to revolutionise performing arts

Tue, 22 Apr 2014

MAHWAH, New Jersey (NNA) – An evolving international group of fourteen artists is coming together again to work on a new play based upon the characters and events of Rudolf Steiner’s first four Mystery Dramas. The group...[more]

Vegetarian food not so healthy after all?

Tue, 22 Apr 2014

GRAZ/GIESSEN (NNA) – A study at the Medical University of Graz on the connection between diet and health has caused a stir because its outcome suggests that a vegetarian diet does not necessarily correlate with better health....[more]

Swiss online platform “Without you” urges support for foreigners

Tue, 22 Apr 2014

ZURICH (NNA) – 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. So they set up the online platform “www.ohnedich.ch”...[more]