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Fred van Deurzen is a media advisor at “HOWDO Magazine”, the first (free) English written magazine for internationals in the Eindhoven region. Its first issue was published in August 2013. The bimonthly magazine offers a wide range of information about culture, history, health and sports, arts and design, student life, working life, career, information about the Netherlands, leisure activities, and more.

Mayra Ortega-Maldonado is the founder and manager of Art + Tech Society, a foundation that aims to make Eindhoven a more livable and nature-oriented region. They organize talks, workshops and open discussions, and have a network of more than 25 professionals from different disciplines and cultures. They welcome all interested citizens to collaborate with them.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more popular. In fact, everyone is going to come across it on a daily basis, whether consciously or unconsciously. Brainport Eindhoven has developed an easily accessible course so that all the region's inhabitants can get themselves 'retrained' in this subject. And who better to test that course than the most critical of target groups: senior citizens. Are you curious about it? Check out the free Brainport AI course now! Read more
The Netherlands ready to relax Covid rules, if hospital admission decline further
The Netherlands is ready to take new steps to wind down its coronavirus measures, if the decline in hospital admissions continues, and that includes longer opening hours for cafes and fewer regulations for sports and keep fit clubs.

Testing for access ‘kiss of death’ for museums, theatres, cinemas
Museum and theatre directors have made a public appeal to MPs to reconsider their support for new legislation which will introduce testing to allow people to visit museums, theatres and cinemas.

Brainport companies want aid scheme to remain
When the corona crisis is over, the Dutch government must find a successor to the ‘NOW’ scheme.

At the Expat Sports Lounge, you will get introduced to different sports clubs in Eindhoven. There is no charge to participate, but registration is required. Join event

During the 10th edition of the Dutch Technology Week, you will get to discover the most amazing and innovative technology stories of the past year. Join event

During a 60-minute interactive tour, designed by artist Klasien van de Zandschulp, you will explore the online multimedia exhibition of STRP Festival.  Join event 
During the Understanding Bilingual Children webinar, Dr. Franck Scola will discuss several notions about becoming bilingual during childhood that have to do with cognitive, academic, medical, speech, and identity development. Join event

Making a career change or pivot, whether out of desire or necessity, is both exciting and overwhelming. Doing something new and different requires focused research, communication and networking. Here are some ways to facilitate your career reboot journey. Read more

More people cycle than drive in the Netherlands. This hasn't happened by accident, and it isn't due solely to the country being relatively flat. There is a bicycle culture that has been deliberately grown and maintained by producing conditions that encourage cycling. Read more

The Corona Portal provides the non-Dutch speaking community in Brabant with links to the latest COVID-19 information and official resources in the Netherlands. The portal also shares ideas and tips on how to be socially safe whilst remaining connected to others. 

This e-newsletter is a joint initiative of the following organisations.

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