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During the spring internal meeting of the steering committee in Graz, it was thought that it was appropriate that: I (international) NSWAP should be changed to: E (european) NSWAP .

In reality, since the beginning of our existence in 2008, only EUROPEAN participants have attended, quite logically of course, even more so since the meetings have all taken place in different european countries.

Therefore our network is now called: European Network of Steiner Waldorf Parents (ENSWaP).

However, it must be noted that Enswap is open to ALL PARENTS (and friends) of Steiner Waldorf schools worldwide! Hoping that all our friends will remember this and join as!
We will be more than happy to welcome ALL!

 

ENSWaP is a forum for the mutual support of parents all over the world through the exchange of ideas and personal experiences concerning Steiner Waldorf education.

While ENSWaP has its roots back in the 90’s the current ENSWaP was started in 2007. Since then it has been growing steadily with more and more countries attending each year.

ENSWaP is still growing and evolving, as all living things are, yet it has shown itself to be a valuable forum for sharing of ideas regarding such important issues as teacher-parent conflicts, promotion, fund raising and more… issues that exist in the daily life of all Steiner Waldorf parents around the globe.

We believe that good things are even better when shared! As dedicated Steiner Waldorf parents we know how incredibly valuable Rudolf Steiner’s pedagogy is to children and we wish to share this phenomenal resource with other parents and children all over the world.

ENSWaP was created to support Steiner Waldorf parents all over the world as well as being a forum for outreach.

 

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ENSWaP conference

 

We meet once a year and everyone are welcome whether parent, teacher, supporter or ‘just’ a fan of Steiner Waldorf schools.
 

 

 

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WALDORF IN THE WORLD

 

- Now there is the English version of "art of education" - waldorf-magazine

 

- Il you click on this link and then English Supporters, http://coalitionroseliere.org ,
you will find out about the dangerous situation of a public Waldorf school in Quebec, Canada, which is about to be closed on sectarian grounds and which needs all the support possible before too late ....

Apaps has sent it to all of its members (ca. 550) and has also sent financial support which was appreciated but insufficiant for their needs.

 

 

 

The European Council of Steiner Waldorf Education

 

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*Austria

England

Estonia

*Finland

*France

*Germany

Hungary

Iceland

Italy

*Latvia

*Norway

Russia

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*Sweden

Switzerland

*National Parents Associations

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