Dear Colleagues and Friends around the World!
Working with the people involved in and committed to IASWECE's Projects, the need to develop the human capacity to help, show solidarity, advocate for peace and learn to consider each other with equal respect and love becomes obvious.
Play is a very serious matter. Through play children learn, among many other things, to relate to and encounter others, solve problems, forgive, overcome obstacles, care, enjoy others, and become friends. These are some of the many ways in which learning through play will have an impact on their participation in society in the future.
For these reasons we have chosen to focus this newsletter on children's play, as well as to the much-needed support of Waldorf education worldwide.
We hope you enjoy reading these articles!
Lourdes Tormes on behalf of the IASWECE Council