From 2013 autumn Anna Balint began the organization of a new tradition-creating program for the students and professors of their faculty. She advised to prepare a “Human Library” day for this event. This idea came to her mind from a previous experience where people with difficult backgrounds told their own stories and thus became “Books” in this Library. Their aim is to fight prejudices and to learn not to judge by the “cover”. She strongly believes that in order to help those who do not believe, she first has to live the fraternal love in her own denomination, then in ecumenism and then in the interreligious dialogue. She believes that at this point she has arrived to this last step. After the completion of her studies at the Angelicum, she is helping as a volunteer at the Hungarian Reformed Church’s Mission Centre.
Educational Background includes: Undivided Degree in Theology, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Budapest, Hungary, 2019