Introducing a new software service from the Human Library Organization to help better register and handle loans at Human Library events around the world.
Volunteers for the Human Library project in Tunis will go through their first training on December 3-4th, 2016.
Russian authorities in St. Petersburg have asked the Human Library not to publish the “Homosexual” and other topics from the bookshelf.
The first nine topics are already sitting on the Human Library Perths bookshelf waiting to be published. The new book depot down under will help ensure more events with less preparation time.
After at very successfull series of school visits carried out in partnership with the city of Copenhagen in 2015. The Human Library has been invited to continue efforts to counter stigma and stereotypes.
The Human Library is building very nicely in Poland as more and more local polish organizers join our ranks. The time has now come to gather as many as possible for a two day National Forum event in Wroklaw in March.
We celebrate fifteen years of Human Libraries with a “Meet our Global Bestsellers” campaign featuring 7 posters in 18 languages.
Roskilde Festival and the Human Library have agreed to partner on a special 15 years Anniversary Human Library edition for Roskilde Festival.
We are proud to partner with Studentckaia Rada and their volunteers committed to bring attention to prejudices, stigma and human rights in Belarus.
The University of La Salle in Manila – Philippines, invites readers to challenge their stereotypes and prejudices.