Making waves: Tim Gee visits Friends bordering Russia and Ukraine

‘The work the Central European Gathering is supporting is extraordinary’

‘Quakers in the region are sparse but spirited.’ | Photo: courtesy of Estonian World

When I close my eyes, to sleep, rest or pray, I find my mind going to Central Europe – in particular to a ship docked in Estonia’s principal port, where 2,000 Ukrainians, mostly women and children, wait to work out what’s next for them.

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