Human Library Service

The Human Library program at Rajarata University Library is an innovative initiative that aims to break down barriers, challenge stereotypes, and promote empathy and understanding within the university community.

In this program, instead of borrowing books, participants have the opportunity to “borrow” human beings who serve as “living books.” These living books are individuals from diverse backgrounds and with unique life experiences, who are willing to share their stories and engage in open and honest conversations with readers.

The program offers a wide range of human books, each representing a different perspective, identity, or life journey. Participants can “check out” a human book for a designated time, during which they can have one-on-one conversations, ask questions, and gain a deeper understanding of the book’s experiences and perspectives.

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