2020 was a special year, also for TINT. Meeting each other and making connections are the core of TINT's activities. These activities about life questions, meaning, personal development and intercultural and interreligious connection: subjects for which live conversations and encounters are indispensable. Nonetheless, a transition to online activities was needed and TINT adapted. How this went, you can read in the Annual Report 2020 (both in English and Dutch)
May 19th, 2021 TINT organized together with Laura Curta the workshop 'Who will I become?', an event in which you are guided to create a vision for your future self. It was an evening full of challenging exercises and inspiring conversations.
May 26th and June 2nd TINT organized together with Laura Curta the workshop 'Dealing with perfectionism'. The evening was filled with moments to share inspiration and tips, challenging conversations, and helpful exercises.
Izabella, TINT's latest life coaching intern knows all about starting from scratch! She is born and raised in Serbia, then lived in Hungary for some time before moving to the Netherlands for work. She has been living in Eindhoven for 2,5 years at the time she wrote this blog. So today she is sharing some tips on how to make your new home city or country your own.
For the Happiness Week 2021, TINT teamed up with Dekate Mousa, the video and photography association. Dekate Mousa's members went on an almost impossible quest to capture what happiness means to them. Many photographs ended up referring to freedom. Happiness is feeling as free as the clouds above. Happiness is finding freedom in the wilderness, experiencing the view on the top of a mountain. But happiness is not only found far away in an exotic holiday destination. Sometimes happiness is very...
The word 'empowerment' has often been used in the future of TINT: it is about helping students to develop their skills, so that they can grow in connection with themselves, others, life and (for the religious students) with God.
Guest? Or equal? As a half Antillean, half Dutch woman in the Netherlands, and as a member of TINT, I cannot ignore that racism is still proving to be a major problem. In the world, in the Netherlands, and possibly among students in Eindhoven. I give you a sneak peek into my view, with this opinion piece.