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“The European asylum process is madness...”

Activists from Sea-Watch in December placed 4,699 candles in front of the German parliament in Berlin in in memory of the refugees drowned in the Mediterranean. The candles form the word #SafePassage, which is what Sea-Watch is demanding for migrants coming to Europe.<br>Foto: Ruben Neugebauer

More refugees than ever before drowned in the Mediterranean in 2016. Aid organisations direct harsh criticism towards EU refugee policy, which is turning the seeking of asylum in Europe into a much more dangerous endevour. [more]


Putting modern childhood under the spotlight

Wed, 18 Jan 2017

The International Festival of Childhood, planned for later this year, aims to examine the issues affecting modern childhood. The evidence suggests that there is a massive toll on child health and wellbeing, say the organisers.[more]

International Peace Light on its way

Thu, 22 Dec 2016

This year, the International Peace Light is once again on its way to countries in different parts of the world. In this spirit, we at NNA would like to wish our readers a light-filled festive period and every success in 2017. [more]

Use of digital media in early chilhood can harm children

Thu, 22 Dec 2016

The doctors Dr. Michaela Glöckler and Prof. Manfred Spitzer warn against the use of digital media at too early an age. Both support a petition calling for investment in constructive education.[more]

Friends of Waldorf Education hand over work in Philippines

Fri, 16 Dec 2016

With the Friends of Waldorf Education concluding their emergency education work in the Philippines three years after Typhoon Haiyan, local experts will now take over. But the funding question remains unresolved.[more]