It has been a wish for many years to see the Human Library introduced to civil society in Belarus. On October 4th, 2014 this will become a reality. In partnership with Studentckaia Rada, a youth trade union group “Students’ council” in Minsk, we are happy to invite the first readers in Belarus to visit a Human Library.

The introduction project will include three Human Library events. The other two will take place on October 26th and November 15th. Venues are still to be announced.

We are proud to partner with Studentckaia Rada and their volunteers committed to bring attention to prejudices, stigma and human rights in Belarus.

As always the services of the Human Library are free for all readers.

News – Read on

In Loving Memory of Zak Kostopoulos

A month ago one of our books, Zak Kostopoulos, from the Human Library in Greece, was brutally murdered on the streets of Athens. This portrait to honor his memory and demand justice for Zak.
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Book of the Month: September

“Hate is a self-fulfilling prophecy, because the less you know, the more you do not understand, and ninety-nine percent of hate is fueled by the unknown.” Meet Poppy Rose our book of the month for September.

A Human Library for children

Introducing the Human Library for children. Few are more open than children, to ask questions and challenge what they think they know. Now is their chance.
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Book of the Month: July

Meet Steven, our amazing book of the month for July! As a Human Book he encourage his readers to believe in their dreams - and live as their true self.
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Book of the Month: May

Meet Batoul our Book of the Month for May 2018 from the Human Library Book Depot in Copenhagen, Denmark. Ten years on the bookshelf and still going strong. Currently with the topic: Victim of Stalking.

VICE visited the Human Library

Watch this interesting report by VICE India from their visit to the Human Library in Hyderabad. Meet books, readers and get to know what its like to be on out bookshelf.
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Book of the Month: April

Meet Victor our Christian and Gay book from the Human Library in Romania. He is our book of the month for April and shares his thoughts on readers and facing up to negative stereotypes about the LGBTQ community in Romania.