The human library is an international movement where people can 'borrow' people they would not normally meet and have a dialogue with them.
There are local 'chapters' who hold events where you can borrow people who are stigmatized e.g. a political refugee in the UK.
I have attached a video of an example of a Human Library event.
I have mentioned the Human Library a few times but I decided to write a post about the Human Library after I realized that I completed a final year project on a medical condition without ever meeting someone who had the condition or anyone treating someone with that condition.
I attended several lectures about environmental justice. If I was studying it today, instead of reading about Exxon Valdez or Brent Spa, maybe I could learn from the perspective of the people involved in current issues around the world today e.g. the conflict between the Sami and Britain's Beowulf Mining over an iron ore mining project in the north of Sweden from the perspective of the Sami, other locals, the Swedish government, Beowulf Mining and shareholders in the company, and buyers of iron ore.
I first became aware of the Human Library from Melita Lumanto post here - https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/financial-longevity/research/human-library/