The Human Library contributed to this year’s Copenhagen Pride week with a pop-up event at City Hall Square. The Ten Books completed over 50 loans in one afternoon.
In 2020, Filip was diagnosed with cancer and got both of his legs amputated. Read about his story as an amputee and being an open book on the topic.
Since childhood, Linda has lived with a sense of people being around her. She’s an Open Book and shares her story of being a psychic healer, but also about living as an outsider.
The Human Library is preparing for a new Reading Garden season. This season, we are open for loans every Sunday from April 23rd, providing even more opportunities for Readers to unjudge someone.
The Human Library is looking for interns to join our International Department, and International DEI Dialogue Team in the fall of 2022.
We are looking for students to intern at our Copenhagen Office for the spring of 2022. Whether you wish to work with event coordination or volunteers and local partnerships from all over the world, you will be challenged and given responsibility at the Human Library. You will be working closely with and be responsible for coordinating and…
The Human Library Organization has accepted an invitation to publish our books at the Danish Parliament as part of Constitution Day celebrations.
Meet Aske Ravn, a 25 year old dane from Copenhagen and open book on being Transgender.
“How do you pour your coffee, when you can’t see?”, it sounded from the table, while vigorously examining how it feels on the fingers to read Braille.
A new pilot project in Copenhagen will present a series of Human Library events especially for children and their parents.