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Neohumanist Education Association

Neohumanist Education Association
Bucharest
Romania
(+31) 437 31 84
Geographical Focus
National level
Type of organisation
NGO
Main Activity Type
Service ProvisionCapacity Building
Focus
Quality PedagogyParenting SupportSocial inclusion for Romani and migrant children
Targeted Age Groups
Birth to threeThree to SixSix to Ten
Members target groups
ChildrenVulnerable marginilized childrenParents/care-takersEducators

Mission

The mission of Asociatia Educatia Neohumanista is to promote and develop Neohumanist education in Romania and on the international level. We believe progressive change in society begins with early childhood education. We envision a society based on values that include not
only equal rights for all human beings and celebrates diversity, but that also recognizes and respects the rights of all beings in our biosphere. We envision an educational system that is designed to awaken a lifelong love of learning and curiosity, while simultaneously awakening a deep love and compassion for all beings. We recognize the role of education in facilitating not only academic achievement, but also positive thinking, self-esteem, the ability to self-regulate and spiritual awareness. We also believe that education needs to encourage a service spirit and provide opportunities for meaningful, active contribution and participation in the world. Our focus is on bringing progressive change to the Romanian educational system through trainings, running model educational programs, and offering quality assurance of programs applying Neohumanist approaches.

News

Date: 02-04-2019

Peer Learning Activity - Don't miss ‘Green Playing and Learning’

Green Playing and Learning - How to nourish children’s connection to nature and ecological outlook from an early age.

Date: 28-11-2017

"The Little Captain and the Great Calm Sea"

On November 20-21, ISSA members Sardes (the Netherlands) and the Neohumanist Education European Network (Romania) organised a Peer Learning Activity in Utrecht about the role of yoga and meditation