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Publications

In our publications, we hope to share our knowledge and experience, so that as many people as possible can learn about our work. They could also be an aid to teachers, pedagogues, and interested persons for their own work.

We will gladly send you materials per post, for your own usage or to pass on to others. Orders can be placed with us per email or per telephone under +49 (0) 721 20111 144

We take particular care to ensure the good quality of the documents and therefore request a donation to cover the costs of our publications. Books are subject to book price fixing and have set prices. Thank you for your understanding!
 

[welt]blick

The magazine [welt]blick reports about current happenings in the emergency pedagogy department, ongoing projects, and background information twice annually. Available in German.

All previous editions of [welt]blick can be found here.

Books

In-depth insights into the conception of emergency pedagogy and into the anthroposophical background of our work are given in book publications.

Bernd Ruf's books can be found here.

Brochures and Flyers

Our flyers and brochures, for example the handbuch "Flight-Trauma-Pedagogy" contain general information about our work and concepts.

All current flyers and brochures can be found here. 

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Bleibt optimistisch und macht mit.

Sicher fragen sich gerade viele von euch, wie ein Freiwilligendienst ab Herbst 2020 möglich sein wird. Wir bleiben zuversichtlich und arbeiten intensiv an Lösungen. Deshalb gilt: Bewerbt euch weiter und denkt positiv! Alle, die sich weltweit sozial engagieren wollen und optimistisch nach vorne schauen, werden gerade jetzt besonders gebraucht. Unsere Einsatzstellen freuen sich auf euch. Gemeinsam werden wir es schaffen, den Weg in euren Freiwilligendienst zu ermöglichen.

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