Peggy Lewis, dedicated volunteer and Human Library Book Depot Manager, received the Vivian V. Conley Award for Distinction in Advocacy for Social Justice for her work with the Human Library.
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.
As 2022 is coming to a close, we look back at a year of hosting Human Libraries all around the world. Thank you to our books and readers.
More Books than ever has joined the Bookshelf in 2022. In total, 437 Books from 24 countries have been trained, edited and published.
It’s a cold day in October when books and librarians meet up in the Reading Garden for the last time in 2022. Read about our seasonal close.
For the first time, the Human Library was a part of the Amsterdam Pride in August. We gathered 10 books from our book depots around Europe and published them during pride week. From Paris to Amsterdam to Borrow an Open Book With support from our friends at Heineken, the Human Library Book Cafe was…
The Human Library has won the Groundbreaker of the year award, at the nordic-wide Blaze Inclusion Awards in Oslo.
Introducing the online Human Library. Our new software dedicated to serving readers with learning opportunities in a safe space.
Drop in on the Human Library Book Café during Pride Week in Amsterdam for your opportunity to Unjudge Someone. We are open for loans on August 3rd, 4th, and 5th.