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ECSWE represents 26 national Waldorf Associations throughout Europe:-

Austrian Association of Waldorf Schools Armenian Association of Waldorf Schools Belgian Association of Waldorf Schools Czech Republic Association of Waldorf Schools Danish Association of Waldorf Schools Estonian Association of Free Waldorf Schools and Kindergartens Finnish Association of Waldorf Schools French Association of Waldorf Schools German Association of Waldorf Schools Hungarian Association of Waldorf Schools Iberian Association of Waldorf Schools Latvian Association of Waldorf Schools
Italian Association of Waldorf Schools Luxembourgian Association of Waldorf Schools Netherlandish Association of Waldorf Schools Norweigan Association of Waldorf Schools Polish Association of Waldorf Schools Romanian Association of Waldorf Schools Russian Association of Waldorf Schools Slovakian Association of Waldorf Schools Slovenian Association of Waldorf Schools Swedish Association of Waldorf Schools Swiss and Liechtensteinian Association of Waldorf Schools Ukrainian Association of Waldorf Schools United Kingdom & Ireland Association of Waldorf Schools

(N.B. Click on the flags to visit the corresponding Association's websites)

ECSWE - Who Are We? CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE
ECSWE - Our Aims. CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE
ECSWE - Characteristics of Steiner Waldorf Education. CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE
ECSWE - Why are we in dialogue? CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE

Welcome to the ECSWE website

The European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) comprises 26 national Waldorf Associations, representing over 712 schools in Europe with over 147,000 pupils.
Click here to download a pdf of a full list of International Waldorf Schools and Associations.

Exchanging information and experiences in order to develop educational practices; creating and co-ordinating a common policy on a European level; and engaging in dialogue with fellow educationalists, academics, politicians and education policy makers are just some examples of our aims. For more information about the role that ECSWE plays please click here.

During your visit to our website we hope that you find the information you need, whether it's our latest Newsletters and Press Articles; Students & Schools information; Research or vacancies. You can also find out what Activities will be running together with a host of other information related to our organisation and Steiner Waldorf Education as a whole.

Please feel free to browse our website and do contact us if you have any comments or thoughts about the content of our website, ECSWE's work or Steiner Waldorf Education in general.

Many Thanks,
Chiara Carones & Patrice Sullivan

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ECSWE Work Programme 2009 2012 was supported by the Jean Monnet Programme of the European Union.