The Janusz Korczak GardenResearch Reform Revive
We are a group of gardeners coming from backgrounds of academia, pedagogy and art. Together, we design gardens of knowledge and creativity, through which we seek to promote research, learning and artistic creativity around diverse fields of knowledge and to spread them around the world. These gardens are located in a unique space, one that bridges the virtual with the physical and seeks to reform society’s relationship with nature. In fact, we believe that the elements of research, reform and revival are all already a part of our nature.
This particular garden was planned within the empirical reality of Janusz Korczak’s humanistic legacy and its applications to the contemporary world. You are welcome to enter and visit the various areas of the
garden — to visit the speaker’s corners, to enter the greenhouses, to walk through the flowerbeds — and to contribute to various concepts and projects that are currently germinating throughout the garden.
We invite you to join us and become a gardener yourself, by planting and nurturing your own ideas within the garden’s architecture, or just by wandering, dwelling, and meditating in an open field of knowledge.
Janusz Korczak Monument by Bolesław Marschall on Janusz-Korczak-Straße in Hannover, near the children’s hospital Auf der Bult Gunther Falchner
How to Love a Child (1919)
Janusz Korczak; German Edition
You Are Free, Dr. Korczak (1974)
A Film by Aleksander Ford from the Artur Brauner Collection at the Jewish Museum Berlin Library
The Janusz Korczak Research Archive University of Applied Sciences Duesseldorf, Faculty of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies
The European Janusz Korczak Academy Munich, Germany
Korczaks Pädagogik heute. Wertschätzung, Partizipation und Lebensfreude in der Kita (2021)
Irit Wyrobnik; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2021
Perspectives from Germany