Using digital channels offers new possibilities of a closer connection, new forms of participation and the availability of contributions, letters to the editor and material. We will develop these possibilities, as well as the design of the print version, step by step.
Because Anthroposophy Worldwide will, for the first time, come out in print, as newsletter and website, all in several languages (which means that several processing steps are required for each contribution), the printed version will have 12 pages. The thematic concept has been adapted with the help of the Communications project group, which is part of the Goetheanum in Development initiative. The group has extended the structure of Anthroposophy Worldwide by adding further contents and was also actively involved in this issue. The group members, Matthias Girke, Gerald Häfner, Christiane Haid and Justus Wittich, were joined at the end of 2018 by the editorial team of the Goetheanum journal.
We send you our best wishes for the New Year, the year in which we celebrate a hundred years of Waldorf Education. It was in 1919 that, following Rudolf Steiner’s efforts for the social threefolding impulse, the first Waldorf School opened its doors. We are looking forward to being more closely connected with you!
Justus Wittich for the publisher, Sebastian Jüngel for Communications. More ...