This year, 2020, we mark the 10th anniversary of the International Nuclear Security Education Network – INSEN as we all have come to know it. The Network’s annual meeting, usually held in Vienna in the middle of the summer, was anticipated by many as an opportunity to celebrate, reflect, and plan for the future. But, as we know, the COVID-19 global pandemic brought change of plans, with many international events postponed until the risk subsides. The situation, however, should not prevent us from celebrating, albeit remotely, what has become a remarkable success story.

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