The 2021 Camphill Research Symposium will continue our international conversations looking towards the past, present, and future of the Camphill Movement. This year, the Camphill Foundation and Camphill Academy have partnered with the International Camphill Movement Group to identify the themes, questions, and projects that are animating our communities around the globe. This year’s Symposium
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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
Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition: Creating Paths Beyond Disability 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 HSE Personalised Budgets. Fionn, who has Down Syndrome, is the manager, and Jonathan is his employee. Fionn and Jonathan
Offered by our colleagues in Ireland, this presentation is part of the Camphill Initiatives for Social Ecology 2022 webinar series ‘Living a Connected Life, Freedom from Exclusion.’ The event is free, but registration is required! More information from the organizers: “The overarching theme for the symposium is Living a Connected Life. Through this theme,
2021 Camphill Research Symposium registration is open! November 4, 11, 1810:00-11:30 ET on Zoom Since 2014, the Camphill Research Symposium has opened a space for dialogue between the Camphill movement and academic researchers. Click here to register Click here to see the full program The 2021 Camphill Research Symposium will continue our international conversations looking
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
This year we were delighted to welcome audiences from around the world as we celebrated the publication of Camphill and the Future: Spirituality and Disability in an Evolving Communal Movement, a new book by long-time Camphill friend and Harvard professor Dan McKanan. Friends from around the world joined us in November for three international, interactive
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
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