Human Library

Sunday 15 September

This is a new format of smaller pop-up Human Library conversation cafes where you can grab a drink, take out a Human Book and have a comfortable dialogue about often uncomfortable topics.

 

The Human Books are drawn from the groups in society that are stigmatised or stereotyped, marginalised, mistreated or misunderstood, from race to religion or refugees, disability to discrimination, LGBT to mental health and more.

Come along and have a chat with a Book (all questions are welcome without judgement) or just chat to us about the concept and perhaps get involved. (Outdoor and indoor spaces subject to the weather)

“The Human Library publishes people as open books to challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue.” – Ronni Abergel, founder (Denmark, 2000)

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