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Open sessions of the Camphill Movement Group

The international Camphill Movement Group will host their annual meeting in Kilkenny, Ireland. The Camphill Movement Group was founded as a body where delegates from each region of the international movement can come together to build a common picture of Camphill in the world today and into the future. This year, the Movement Group will

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2021 Research Symposium Registration is Open

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

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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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Videos from the 2020 Camphill Research Symposium available now

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

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“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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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

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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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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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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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