IASWECE Newsletter
December 2019
Dear friends and colleagues,

The Michael Oak Kindergarten in Cape Town, South Africa, invited children from the Zenzeleni kindergarten near the townships to their Waldorf 100 festival. In preparation, they cultivated little plants and collected food as a gift for the children in the townships.

Many other events are taking place this year around the world to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Steiner/Waldorf education. Hopefully, the outcomes of all these festivals and conferences will be as nourishing and flowering as the gifts to the children in the Zenzeleni kindergarten.

May the time at this turning of the years contribute that each of us can find a way that the ideas and feelings we have during these events can give us strength and inspiration for the future.

With warm wishes on behalf of the IASWECE coordinating group
Philipp Reubke
Waldorf 100 Events - Seeds for the Future
Waldorf 100 World Early Childhood Conference April 2019:
Videos from the keynotes are now available
Waldorf 100 Festival at the Tempodrom in Berlin on September 19th
Waldorf 100 Early Childhood conference in the UK:
Forming an alliance to fight for children's right to play
Waldorf 100 event in Brussels organized by ECSWE
50 year celebration of the International Waldorf Kindergarten Association in Kassel, Germany
Waldorf 100 in a Kindergarten in Cape Town, South Africa
Waldorf Worldwide
Myanmar: Astonishing experiences in a kindergarten in a Buddhist temple in Lashio
News from IASWECE
Council meeting from October 6- 9 in Forest Row, UK
Books from IASWECE
IASWECE is pleased to announce the publication of several books and resources that have been created through the collaboration of our Council Members and colleagues. Books with prices in $ can be ordered through the WECAN bookshop in the USA (just click on the links below). Books with prices in € can be ordered by sending an email to info@iaswece.org. We will take your order, calculate the shipping fees, and send the books to you after receiving your payment through wire transfer.
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The IASWECE Newsletter is published on behalf of the IASWECE Council by Philipp Reubke, with support from Clara Aerts, Susan Howard, and Lara Radysh. 

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