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Antwerp: Emergency Pedagogy Seminar for Teachers

In Antwerp a team from emergency pedagogy designed a day for teachers from Belgian Waldorf schools with the title “prevent and heal”. After the terror attacks in 2016, an acute mission was carried out in Brussels, which served as the foundation for this short conference. Around 70-80 pedagogues took part.

In addition to lectures (by Bernd Ruf and others) about traumata and emergency pedagogy, in workshops the methods were tired out and practiced hands-on.

Furthermore, the handbook “Flight-Trauma-Pedagogy” by Bernd Ruf, which was developed specially for pedagogues and aid workers who work with refugees, was translated into Dutch. It can be ordered per email at


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    Disaster in Indonesia

    The severe earthquake and tsunami in October brought death and destruction to the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.  In order to support the traumatised people in coming to terms with their experiences, an emergency education mission took place in the crisis region in November. more

  • +++ 01.11.2018 +++

    Help for the Philipines

    A team of the emergency pedagogy flies from 27.09. to 08.10. to the Philippines. Together with four local colleagues they will support the victims of the typhoon "Mangkhut". The storm caused serious damage in the Philippines and cost the lives of many people. Landslides and mudslides further aggravate the situation. more

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    Mission in Gaza

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    NOTE: Annual Emergency Pedagogy Conference 2019

    From 20 to 23 June 2019, the eighth annual emergency pedagogical conference will take place in the premises of the Parzival Centre in Karlsruhe.
    Under the title "Emergency pedagogy - How pedagogy can help injured (children's) souls", we will focus on the basis of emergency pedagogy at our next annual conference.

    Program and further information

Friends of Waldorf Education

Emergency Pedagogy
Karlsruhe Office
Parzivalstraße 2b
76139 Karlsruhe
Tel +49 (0)721 20111-144
Fax +49 (0)721 20111-180

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