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Kings Langley Rudolf Steiner School on reforming path to avoid closure

Kings Langley Rudolf Steiner School

Kings Langley Rudolf Steiner School in England is fighting closure by the authorities following serious failings in school practice and governance. A new leadership has set the school on a process of radical reform. [more]

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Sekem continues to grow despite difficult year

Thu, 21 Sep 2017

The SEKEM initiative in Egypt has posted continued economic growth in its 2016 sustainability report. Work is ongoing on social and environmental issues. Separately, it mourned the death of founder Ibrahim Abouleish in June. [more]

Happy bees, happy farmers

Thu, 21 Sep 2017

A successful apiculture project on Lanzarote in the Canary Islands keeps bees in a manner that accords with their innate behaviour. This brings great benefits both for the bees and for people. [more]

G20 summit “subservient to big business”

Fri, 07 Jul 2017

The Swiss globalisation critic Jean Ziegler has criticised the way the G20 summit operates and has called for problems to be solved in a UN context. But he praised the refugee policy of German chancellor Angela Merkel. [more]

Will robots teach us to communicate properly?

Thu, 25 May 2017

Interaction with robots in our everyday lives can have a positive influence, says the philosopher Prof. Birger Priddat, in that it forces us to communicate rationally. Machines could in this way contribute to shaping our culture. [more]