The Human Library is looking for interns to join our International Department, and International DEI Dialogue Team in the fall of 2022.
300 students of medicine from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, will soon become readers of the Human Library.
Readers were lining up down the hallway and out onto the street, so tremendous was the interest in the launch of our new Human Library Book Café offering in London. Hosted in collaboration with the Society of Authors we have created an opportunity to get quick and easy access to our books.
Jonathan, also known as Samantha Braxton, publishes as the topic “Transformista” – also equivalent to “Crossdresser”. It all started at Halloween 17 years ago, in 2005, when Samantha first came to life, and now she is a part of the Human Library Book Depot Lima.
Book of the month, Yoka, a Holocaust Survivor, grew up in a Jewish family in the Netherlands. Read about her story and learn more about her.
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…
Masco Corp to help the Human Library Organisation develop an app to connect readers with books around the world.
Kath Finnigan stumbled upon the Human Library, felt an immediate connection with our organization and wrote “The Unjudgment Way”
It is about recognizing that we are imperfect, we make mistakes, we all make judgements and we have unconscious biases.
New diversity quiz to help us unjudge We are often told not to judge a book by its cover, but that is exactly what you need to do with the new diversity quiz from the Human Library. The methodology is simple, look, judge, swipe and reflect. The purpose of the quiz is to help our…