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Shedding new light on Rudolf Steiner’s works

Sun, 14 Dec 2014

A new 8-volume critical edition of Rudolf Steiner’s works is being published by the respected German academic publisher frommann-holzboog. The edition, Schriften, Kritische Ausgabe (SKA), is edited by Christian Clement, associate...[more]


“Favourable stars” of an extraordinary island

Sun, 05 Oct 2014

About 4,000 guests visit the Centro de Terapia Antroposófica and the Finca Lomos Altos in Lanzarote every year. The activities of both institutions are made possible by a less well-known foundation, La Fundación Canaria...[more]


Oil exploration off the Canaries could cause irreparable damage

Sun, 05 Oct 2014

MADRID/ARRECIFE (NNA) – Protests are continuing on the Canaries following the decision by the Spanish government to approve oil drilling off the islands. On Lanzarote, the only petrol station there belonging to Repsol, one of the...[more]


Keeping climate change on the global agenda

Sun, 05 Oct 2014

High-level intergovernmental talks on climate change took place at the UN in New York at the end of last month. Leaders and representatives from 120 member states took part in the one-day UN climate summit on 23 September which...[more]


Former Waldorf pupil heads NATO

Sun, 05 Oct 2014

OSLO/BRUSSELS (NNA) – The former Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg, who took over as secretary general of NATO on Wednesday, went through the majority of his schooling in a Waldorf school. The social democrat, who was...[more]


A study of anthroposophy in the fascist era

Sun, 05 Oct 2014

The much-debated study by the US historian Professor Peter Staudenmaier about anthroposophy in fascist Germany and Italy has now been published in the Netherlands. Staudenmaier, who obtained his doctorate with this study at...[more]


Voting for a different Europe

Tue, 20 May 2014

BRUSSELS (NNA) – About 400 million people in 28 countries will be entitled to go to the polls on 22-25 May to elect a European Parliament for the eighth time. Yet never has the European idea been further from offering the...[more]


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