NNA News for civil society



Soil – a finite resource

Tue, 17 Nov 2015

BERLIN (NNA) – Every year, 24 billion tons of fertile soil is lost worldwide due to non-sustainable use. With the International Year of Soils 2015, the United Nations has been working to raise awareness of the importance of soil...[more]

Huge response to online declaration of solidarity with victims of Paris attacks

Tue, 17 Nov 2015

PARIS/BERLIN (NNA) – Large numbers of people across Europe have gone online to declare their solidarity with the victims of the Paris attacks. So far almost 170,000 people have signed the online declaration of solidarity...[more]

Breaking free of trauma: emergency education in northern Iraq

Thu, 02 Jul 2015

Since 2006, the international organisation Friends of Waldorf Education has used the methods of emergency education to help children and adolescents psychologically traumatised by war and natural disasters. Most recently it was...[more]

Farmers‘ market on the Internet

Thu, 02 Jul 2015

LONDON (NNA) – There are few things which cannot be obtained on the Internet and the availability of fresh, locally sourced organic food which used to be the preserve of farmers‘ markets has also moved online. Bonativo, an...[more]

Founder of nonviolent communication dies

Fri, 10 Apr 2015

ALBUQUERQUE/USA (NNA) – Marshall Rosenberg, the founder of nonviolent communication, died on 7 February at the age of 80 in Albuquerque/New Mexico. Rosenberg had been an inspiration, pioneer and  model for many people, the...[more]

Reading in the book of the world – 400 years of Rosicrucian writings

Fri, 10 Apr 2015

KASSEL (NNA) – Four hundred years ago Landgrave Moritz in Kassel published a couple of small books: the manifestos of the Fraternity of Rosicrucians. They triggered violent controversy across Europe and its followers were...[more]

Relief as Repsol abandons oil exploration off Canaries

Thu, 19 Feb 2015

PUERTO DEL CARMEN (NNA) – Test drilling by the Spanish oil corporation Repsol off the coast of the Canaries, which provoked massive protests among the islands’ inhabitants, has been discontinued. Neither the volume nor the...[more]

Displaying 43 to 49 of 154