Main Keynote Presentations:
Christoph Bosbach: Freemasonry needs future – future needs freemasonry?
Karl-Heinz Land: Stagnation as an accelerator – Covid-19 as a necessary creative destruction?
Ranko Vujacic: Freemasonry and the 21st century
A. Kabèlè Camara: Freemasonry – an alternative to understand the world
Arthur Bill Beardmore: To Do or not to Be – Adapting to Life in a Changing Society
Iskren Yotov: The perspectives of Freemasonry in Eastern Europe
Radu Balanescu: The importance of maintaining and respecting the old landmarks of freemasonry in the context of a dynamic development of technology and the increasing needs of communication
Antje Hansen: Reflections by a free woman on the tradition and future of Freemasonry
Translations will be done in the main needed languages.
Deadlock & Stagnancy as Catalyst & Accelerator --> Covid 19 as necessary & creative Disruption
Digitalization in Freemasonry --> Future of a virtual Freemasonry?
Adapting to Life in a Changing Society
The global Future: Do we need new Ethics?
Opening up to Society --> Where is the line?
The Conference will conclude on Saturday night. On Sunday, November 21st, the official installation of the Grand Master and officers will take place.For more information, see the event website in both German and English at: https://www.freimaurer.org/wcrmgl
Germany's Masonic governing structure is unique in the fraternity. More than 16,500 German Freemasons are organized into five different grand lodges that cooperate under the banner of the United Grand Lodges of Germany. In total, there are currently around 500 craft lodges in Germany that are chartered by these five grand lodges.