Janwaar Castle is a learning camp with a skatepark at its core. It's a social experiment and the goal is to transform the village of Janwaar into a wealthier and more prosperous place.

“Schools are no good …”

“Schools are no good …”

Posted by on Jun 6, 2012 in Blog, Talks/Interviews | No Comments

… says Choke from Ethopia. He is one of 43.000 Hamer living in southwestern Ethopia. They are a tribe with unique rituals such as a cattle-leaping ceremony that men go through in order to reach adulthood, whereupon young Hamer women get whipped to prove their love for their kinsmen. Most of the Hamer make their […]

Re-thinking the Way We Build Schools

Re-thinking the Way We Build Schools

Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Blog, Talks/Interviews | No Comments

Exerpts of an interview Ulrike Reinhard conducted with Indy Johar, British architect with Indian roots. What he basically says is: “If you re-think education you can’t do it without re-thinking the way you build schools.” The entire interview you will find here, at we and the arts. It was done for this purpose. I have […]