Helpful resources and links
The Institute is a non-profit organization that provides the material, financial and idealistic support for the Karl König legacy, particularly via the Archive, books and other publications, related research, as well as various events, activities and initiatives that are organized or collaboratively staged around the world.
The CRT was originally created as a supplemental needs trust for individuals with special needs. The CRT invests, manages and disburses funds for the benefit of these individuals. Family members or friends who initially establish and fund a trust account are called sponsors.
The North American Council is dedicated to serving the spiritual image of the human being through Anthroposophic curative education, youth guidance and social therapy.
The Council is the central organ of the international network of anthroposophic organizations working in the fields of disability, special needs education, social pedagogy, social care and social work.
Camphill Families and Friends supports the life and work of people with intellectual disabilities (referred to as learning disabilities in the UK) who live in a variety of Camphill communities and settings, by offering advice, information and partnership to people with intellectual disabilities, their families and friends.
The Biodynamic Association awakens and enlivens co-creative relationships between humans and the earth, transforming the practice and culture of agriculture to renew the vitality of the earth, the integrity of our food, and the health and wholeness of our communities.
AWSNA is a nonprofit membership organization of independent Waldorf schools and institutes in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Their vision is to strengthen and nurture Waldorf education and to advance Waldorf principles worldwide.
With servers in virtually every country, the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is truly a World-wide presence for the Anthroposophical Movement. Whether you’re a seasoned follower of the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner or someone coming here for the first time, this site will challenge your thinking and allow you to experience the world from a different point of view.
The mission of WECAN is to foster a new cultural impulse for the work with the young child from pre-birth to age seven and to nurture childhood as a foundation for renewing human culture.
AdminInstitute offers a series of skills courses designed for busy professionals in the field of administration in community settings as well as schools or other non‐profits. Aspects and modules are also of interest to managers and administrators in mission-based or spiritually oriented organizations.