The event on 15th May was a successful cooperation between NGO Youth Club Active and AIESEC in Estonia, as a part of their three-stage project ‘Building bridges for human rights education’. The event was supported by Eesti Noorteühenduste Liit, and it was the first time we organized Human Library in the univeraity (namely, TalTech). The catalogue included 17 Books, and the working language was English. The event was attended by over 70 people, including youngsters from 5 different countries. The event had three half-hour conversation rounds. The event has received media coverage by Delfi, and a positive feedback from all participants. Many thanks to AIESEC in Estonia, NGO Youth Club Active, ENL and TalTech for productive cooperation and making the event happen! Keep an eye on our page for the upcoming events.You will find the catalog with the books who were present at the event at the bottom of the page.
You can read more about the method on here: http://humanlibrary.org/
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The programme for the day was as following: