Summer is here (in a restrained way in Scandinavia), more and more people are vaccinated, and many of us are facing opening up… I’m sure I’m not alone in reflecting about emerging from almost a year and half of physical isolation. I wonder what the … read more.
As I write this, it’s the first day of spring. In Brussels, the days are longer, the first blossoms have come out – but it’s not yet time to store the wool scarves and gloves at the back of the closet. We need patience. And … read more.
It’s been a year since most of us became aware that a virus in China could change our lives. Then, while we were still getting used to that idea, activities started being cancelled. Online life began: working, school, shopping, doctor consultations … “Normal” ways to … read more.
It was an unexpected year. In 2020, we stayed apart but came together via our computer screens. EUU brought us together for the summer solstice, for an amazing online retreat in November, for the Annual General Meeting and just last weekend for a … read more.
The idea of an “open town hall” evokes for me an image of a gathering of residents in a small community, perhaps farmers and townspeople in rural New England. The idea harks back to the way villages have governed themselves over millennia, and it’s taken … read more.
We’re becoming so accustomed to meeting online, it does seem almost normal. EUU held its first online Annual General Meeting (AGM) last month, on Saturday 21 November, together with the first “open town hall” meeting.
In our official business, the members at the AGM approved the … read more.