NNA News for civil society



Overcoming division through encounter

Tue, 25 Feb 2020

The interreligious Peace Exercise Week was held in Galilee for the sixth time last autumn. A special experience, as NNA correspondent Cornelie Unger-Leistner discovered. [more]

New journal seeks open academic discourse about Rudolf Steiner’s works

Tue, 25 Feb 2020

"Steiner Studies" is a new journal, published by academic publisher Fromman-Holzboog Verlag, devoted to scholarly research on the work of Rudolf Steiner. Co-editor Prof Hartmut Traub spoke with NNA about the new publication. [more]

Holidays with a purpose

Mon, 24 Feb 2020

The Centro de Terapia Antroposófica on Lanzarote aims to reverse a recent fall in visitor numbers by attracting new target groups with a revised and extended programme. [more]

Ten year of online journal RoSE – Research on Steiner Education

Mon, 24 Feb 2020

The online journal “RoSE – Research on Steiner Education” recently celebrated its tenth anniversary. It was set up as an academic platform for basic research in and empirical contributions on Waldorf education. [more]

The courage to take responsibility

Fri, 20 Dec 2019

ESSAY | Greta Thunberg und Edward Snowden have become known for their resolute action. At first sight, both have little in common. But at second glance there are parallels which can move us profoundly, writes Stefan Ruf. [more]

A candle lit for peace

Sun, 15 Dec 2019

“Courage for peace” is the motto of this year’s Peace Light as it makes its way from the Nativity Grotto in Bethlehem to Europe and other parts of the world. [more]

British democracy in hot water

Wed, 28 Aug 2019

EDITORIAL | The decision by the British government to suspend parliament in order to prevent it from exercising any meaningful influence on the Brexit process at a crucial time is profoundly anti-democratic. [more]

Displaying 15 to 21 of 186