In a few weeks, we will finally meet again, after more than two years of a forced break. We, from the Board and our friends from Babiaczyk Skrocki I Wspolnicy, were so relieved to see that the virus wave is finally diminishing, which comforted us in our decision to maintain a physical AGM in Poznan, Poland.
And then the war started… This year’s AGM seems to be defying all odds. I know that, to some of you, the mere idea of having a fun time while Europe – and Poland in particular – is hosting millions of Ukrainian refugees may seem inadequate. I am convinced, however, that even under these dramatic circumstances, this meeting makes a lot of sense.
You may want to look at it this way: the AGM is – after all – a place where people from many countries gather peacefully with open hearts, exchange their views, open their minds to those of the other network members.