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Background

Every year, millions of children experience traumatic events. Most of them have to cope with their experiences and memories on their own. Even after years have passed, such unresolved traumata can evoke symptoms that profoundly disturb the development of children and adolescents.

By providing stabilizing actions on the basis of Waldorf education, emergency pedagogy tries to aid traumatized children and adolescents in war zones and disaster areas, by providing ways to process the traumatizing experiences. At long sight, these emergency pedagogic interventions help prevent potential long-term post-traumatic stress disorders. Find out more about our work in emergency pedagogic interventions on the following pages.

How was the emergency pedagogic team founded? On the following pages we will answer this question and provide you with general information on the history of the Friends. continue

Copyright Johannes Portner

What is a ‘trauma’ and how does it impact a child or an adolescent? Find out more about the course of a trauma and its possible consequences. continue

Copyright Christiaan Liedorp

Would you like to have an insight into the basic structure of emergency pedagogy? On the following pages you will find our concept in various languages. continue

Learn more about the three pillars of our missions: the work with children and adolescents, the work with local pedagogues, and work with parents. continue.

Emergency pedagogy uses various Waldorf educational methods. You can read more about these methods here.

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Friends of Waldorf Education

Emergency Pedagogy
Office Karlsruhe
Neisser Str. 10
76139 Karlsruhe
Germany
Tel +49 (0)721 354806-144
Fax +49 (0)721 354806-180
notfallpaedagogik[at]freunde-waldorf.de

 

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