Together with our project partners,
we want to set clear examples
for the future of the world.

Together with our project partners,
we want to set clear examples
for the future of the world.

Press Releases


Gruppenfoto vor der Alanus Hochschule

Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences in Alfter, near Bonn has established a research group for Waldorf education, in partnership with the Software AG Foundation and the Pedagogical Research Center of the Association for Waldorf Schools. The primary goal of the institution is the systematic study and further development of Waldorf pedagogical approaches, both theoretically and in practice.


Schüler einer heilpädagogischen Waldorfschule

90 years ago, Rudolf Steiner laid the foundation for special education according to anthroposophical principles. Since then, these principles have been adopted in various contexts, including in Waldorf schools for special education. Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences in Alfter, near Bonn, has now published a study financed by the Software AG Foundation. In it, the teachers at these types of schools have been systematically surveyed and studied for the first time.


Gruppenfoto

Last Wednesday, the Association of Organic Processors, Wholesalers and Retailers (Bundesverband Naturkost Naturwaren, BNN) announced that it will provide financial support for privately financed organic vegetable breeders in a total amount of at least 470,000 Euros. In front of almost 600 gathered guests, BNN President Meinrad Schmitt handed over the symbolic key of success to Kultursaat President Michael Fleck.


As part of International Green Week in Germany, the Federal Minister of Agriculture, Christian Schmidt, awarded the breeding farms of Kultursaat e.V., together with the marketing organization Bingenheimer Saatgut AG , a federal prize for organic agriculture.


Studenten an Mikroskopen

“The University of Bern has established a new associate professorship in medicine with a complementary anthroposophic orientation. The position is located at the Institute of Complementary Medicine, a part of the university's medical department. The position is financed by the University of Bern together with partners Weleda AG, the Software AG Foundation, and the Association for the Advancement of Anthroposophic Institutions. Dr. Ursula Wolf was appointed to the new position.”