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Learning for Well-being Foundation

Learning for Well-being Foundation
(+32) 32 497 469 262
Geographical Focus
International level
Type of organisation
Main Activity Type
Service ProvisionCapacity BuildingConsultancyAdvocacyResearch and knowledge
Quality PedagogyHealth ProgramsChild RightsAccess to ServicesParenting Support
Targeted Age Groups
Birth to threeThree to SixSix to TenTen+
Members target groups
ChildrenVulnerable marginilized childrenParents/care-takersEducatorsHealth professionalsSocial workersLocal authoritiesIn-service training providers


UEF is at the origin of the Learning For Well-Being approach that describes the journey of learning to realize our unique potential through physical emotional mental and spiritual development in relation to self, other and the environment and is the convener of the L4WB™ community. This is a process-oriented approach to life, a language and a tool that cultivates capacities of individuals and communities to inspire a shift of mindset that places well-being at the center of all our endeavors. . UEF is also the convener of the L4WB™ community, bringing together stakeholders from different sectors and disciplines towards the vision of inclusive and supportive societies where children, young people and adult respect each other as competent partners and learn how to realize their unique potential throughout their lives.


ISSA Members are at the Forefront of Innovations in the Early Years Sector in Europe

The European Commission’s ECEC webinar “Working with families and the whole community” last week highlighted 7 initiatives from across...

Onsite Conference Turned Into a Digital Campaign

Luis Manuel Pinto is director of Programs and Learning at ISSA Member

Another 3 new members for our ever-expanding network

Spring has arrived and brings 3 new members for our network. Our newest full member is Learning for Well-being Foundation from...

Reflections on Parenting in War Time

On Thursday 26th June 2016, Zorica Trikic ISSA’s Senior Program Manager, shared her personal experiences of what is like to be a War Parent and...

Resources and practices

What makes me? Core Capacities for Living and Learning

This report explores how ‘core capacities’ – or cornerstones of more familiar concepts, such as life skills and competences – develop over...

Assessment as Dialogue - Twenty Inspiring Practices from Classrooms and Schools Across Europe

The Learning for Well-being Foundation, the European Council of Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) and the Hungarian Waldorf Federation, in an...

Assessment as Dialogue - Twenty Inspiring Practices from Classrooms and Schools Across Europe

The Learning for Well-being Foundation partnered with two like-minded organisations, the European Council of Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) and...

Learning for Well-being Magazine

The Learning for Well-being Magazine was created in 2016 by the Learning for Well-being Foundation and is published online twice a year. The...