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International Communal Studies Association Triennial Conference

Experience Danish Communalism As the world slowly moves back to health, we are thrilled to invite you to experience Danish communalism, either in person or virtually, at our 2022 triennial conference. We will gather from July 14-16, 2022, at the beautiful Audonicon Conference Center in Skanderborg, Denmark, for presentations and works on the theme of ... Read more

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€50 – €600
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New Initiatives in the Irish Region Present Themselves

This open presentation by new initiatives in the Irish region is offered as part of the 2022 international Camphill Movement Group meeting in Kilkenny, Ireland. Join remotely from around the world. For time zone reference: 14:00 NY | 19:00 UK/Ireland | 20:00 Central Europe/Africa | 23:30 India There are several new initiatives developing out of ... Read more

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Free
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Creating the Future We Want

How do we creatively reimagine the Camphill impulse in Ireland in the 21st century; who are our constituents and allies? What are the lessons learnt from the recent changes to Camphill in Ireland, and what new tools do we need for the future? This talk will reflect on research and activities carried out by new ... Read more

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Free
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Our Colleagues

Camphill at the International Communal Studies Association Triennial Conference

The triennial conference of the International Communal Studies Association was held July 14-16, 2022, at the beautiful Audonicon Conference Center in Skanderborg, Denmark. This year’s theme, “Co-Creating Community: Evolving Models of Intentional Community,” spoke to Camphill and other intentional communities in transition. The hybrid conference reflected the lessons we have all been learning as we adjust to

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Our Colleagues

Recordings from the 2021 Camphill Research Symposium available now

Recordings from the 2021 Camphill Research Network are now available on the Camphill Research Network website. The 2021 Camphill Research Symposium continued the virtual format for a second year, enabling presenters and participants from around the world to join. The six consecutive sessions included a wide range of research modalities and themes: exploring how international

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Our Colleagues

Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition: Creating Paths Beyond Disability

On April 28, our colleagues at Camphill Initiatives for Social Ecology will host a free webinar featuring Fionn and Jonathan Angus as part of their 2022 symposium.  Fionn Angus and his father, Jonathan, are Citizen Network Global Ambassadors. This son-and-father team lives in Galway and operates one of Ireland’s first self-directed support packages through the

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Our Colleagues

Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development to launch Spanish-language edition

Our colleagues at the Anthroposophic Council for Inclusive Social Development are launching a Spanish-language edition of Perspectives, the professional journal of the worldwide movement for anthroposophical curative education, social therapy and related fields of work. The journal is published quarterly in German and English. Camphill Academy Managing Director Elizabeth Sanders and President Jan Goeschel serve

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Our People

“I + U = We” New article from Camphill Academy alumnus

The human being is a social being. We continuously practice the connection between I and You. Eurythmy supports this – it holds the thought that we are connected, the joy of moving together, and offers a non-confrontational way of awakening to the reality of a group. Also, whenever we can create a healthy circle of

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Research

Registration is open for the 2020 Camphill Research Symposium!

2020 Camphill Research Symposium registration is open! Join us for this year’s Camphill Research Symposium – November 5, 12, 19 – 11:00-1:00pm EST on Zoom Click here to register today! Join us this November for three interactive sessions to explore the Camphill Movement’s past, present, and future. We are delighted to welcome audiences from around

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A Whitsun message, May 2020

Whitsun celebrates an event in sacred time when, inspired by truth, justice, and righteousness, human beings learned to speak a language that all humanity could understand.  In religious imagery, the Whitsun event is represented by individuals baptized with tongues of fire, which can overcome the boundaries of nationality, race, class, and creed to establish a

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Research

From Inclusion to Community: lecture from the 2019 Camphill Research Symposium

Last July, Camphill communities in upstate New York hosted the joint International Communal Studies Association and Camphill Research Symposium conference. Our colleagues at the Camphill Foundation have published a number of Camphill Research Symposium lectures online, and we’ve made them available through the Camphill Research Network! The 2019 Camphill Research Symposium was unforgettable. The conversations

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Research

Social artists: new book from the Karl König Institute

From the beginning it was the striving of the young community to create holistic healing surroundings – it could be called a holistic social artistry, a social «Gesamtkunstwerk» including all areas of social life, from the healthy daily, weekly and yearly rhythms «rituals» and celebrations, to the incorporation of the arts in all aspects of

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Research

Experiences of Community: New research from Andrew Plant

Our colleague Andrew Plant has published a new research project, available now on the Camphill Research Network. Andrew has been a coworker and researcher in the Camphill movement for 40 years, and has written extensively on archetypal processes of change within the Camphill movement, including in “Communities in Transition” (2008); “The Paradoxes of Community” (2013)

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Our People

New Research: Camphill Academy faculty Master’s theses now available on Camphill Research Network

We’re happy to announce that two new Master’s theses have been added to the Camphill Research Network website, from faculty members of the Camphill Academy’s Curative Education program! Ute Heuser, a eurythmy teacher at the Camphill School and instructor in the Camphill Academy wrote her thesis–A Way to Touch: Using Touch in Eurythmy Lessons for

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