The European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education

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Privacy Policy

European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education Privacy Notice

ECSWE is committed to protecting your privacy and maintaining security of any personal information that is held about you.

We ask you to read the following privacy notice.

  • By using the ECSWE website, you agree to the storage and use of the data provided by you through our forms and authentication procedures and you warrant this data is accurate.
  • When you submit sensitive information via the website, your information is protected both online and offline.
  • We do not share personal data with other companies or organisations for marketing or similar purposes.
  • By registering to our newsletters, you agree to the use of your email in this way. In case you do not want to receive our emails anymore you can opt-out by clicking on ‘’unsubscribe’’ in the email footer at any time.
  • When you post a comment below a website article, your name, email address and website will be stored for the duration of the comment being published on our website.
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  • At any time you can email info@ecswe.net to update your details, view what we have filed or delete your details.
  • In addition to the above information we use cookies to help provide you with the best experience we can and we also use Google Analytics to collect data about our website visitors. Neither of these collect any personally identifiable information about you. For more information please see.
  • Please contact info@ecswe.net if you have any questions or concerns.

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  • ECSWE Newsletter 51, May 2018

    In this volume:
    • - The ELIANT Petition for age-appropriate media education;
    • - A Parliament resolution calling for educational choice;
    • - News from the ET2020 Working Group Schools;
    • - Reports of the last two Council meetings in Dornach and Cracow;
    • - Domestic reports: from Italy and the Netherlands;
    • - An update on the WOW-Day 2017;
     
  • Factsheet 2017/18

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