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Reflections on 2017 AS Conference

As this year’s conference ‘Echoes from the future – what is our response?’ closed, there was a definite mood of positive energy. As the participants departed, one turned and said, “this...

Youth Section Report

Our correspondent Temiko Jager in Sweden has prepared a report on the Youth Section gathering in the Netherlands in July. Temiko Final Youth Section 2017 Gathering Notes

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In April 2017, Justus Wittich the treasurer at the Goetheanum, shared with council representatives from around the world, the challenge the Goetheanum faced of a CH 400K deficit. To his immense...

Plant Observations

PLANT STUDY GROUP During a weekend workshop held in Auckland in September last year a group of people explored the theme “Plant Morphology and Planets” in Eurythmy and Painting, led by Ellen...

Update from Titirangi School

The last 12 months have seen many positive developments. At the start of Term 3 in 2016, the two new Upper School classrooms were opened to students, relieving pressure on the rest of the school...

Conference Speaker: Mike Paku

One of our main speakers for the conference is Mike Paku. On behalf of the Society Jess Soutar Barron sat with Mike recently and shared conversation about his early years at the Freezing Works,...

Participating in Conference

“Echoes from the Future: What is our Response?” This year’s Conference, from 5th to 8th October, offers many opportunities to share your creativity and your projects. As well as engaging...

General Secretary Report Spring 2017

Spring is in the air, sunshine, lambs, kids and calves appear in the fields engendering a sense of joy and hope. Earlier this year, in the northern hemisphere’s late spring, I paid a short visit...

Conference 2017 – Speaker Announcement

Silvia Zuur will be a speaker at Echoes From The Future, our October Conference in Hawke's Bay. Silvia is part of the En.Spiral Network based in Wellington. She is a skilled facilitator and...

Learnings from the Helsinki conference

The Society is very lucky to have many dedicated correspondents. One such member is Temiko Jager. Recently Temiko attended a conference in Helsinki on the wellbeing of children and young people....