NNA News for civil society



A vote and its consequences

Wed, 23 May 2018

ANALYSIS | The AGM of the General Anthroposophical Society refused to extend the period in office of council members Paul Mackay and Bodo von Plato. But this was no dispute about general direction but rather individual issues. [more]

Don’t leave world peace to the politicians

Fri, 16 Mar 2018

With more relevance than ever, the conflict researcher Prof. Friedrich Glasl has told civil society activists that they have more importance than they realise and could make a significant contribution to peace processes. [more]

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News with a difference is possible – and necessary!

Sat, 30 Dec 2017

END-OF-YEAR REVIEW 2017 | NNA seeks to report on those things which bear the seeds of the future within them. We want thus to show that for all the negative events currently happening in the world there are also grounds for hope.[more]

More than 3,000 refugees drown in Mediterranean in 2017

Fri, 22 Dec 2017

Thousands of refugees continued to drown in the Mediterranean in 2017, prompting the UNHCR to call for safe pathways. The refugee agency has also urgently asked for donations to help refugees families survive the winter. [more]

Aid organisations demand closure of Lesbos refugee camps before winter

Fri, 01 Dec 2017

The aid organisation Sea Watch with 40 other organisations has demanded the closure of the refugee camps on Lesbos before winter sets in. Otherwise more people will die, for which the EU should be held accountable. [more]

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Mbagathi Rudolf Steiner School in funding crisis

Thu, 30 Nov 2017

The Mbagathi Rudolf Steiner School faces a serious shortfall in funding this year due to falling sponsorship. It is appealing for support to cover the cost of daily meals for pupils from the poorest backgrounds. [more]

Kings Langley Rudolf Steiner School on reforming path to avoid closure

Tue, 24 Oct 2017

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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