The Human Library
  • Casual study room (Room 312), 3rd Floor, Charles Seale-Hayne Library, Plymouth University

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The aim of the Human Library event is to reduce prejudice and attitudes around the Plymouth University campus. 

The idea of the event is to swap books with human volunteers! 

All volunteers have a unique title. You can come along to the day and have a conversation with a book. Perhaps it's someone you've never spoken to before! Some examples of books are: an autistic student, a transgender student, a postgraduate student, a Dean of Students and an Executive Officer at the Students' Union. 

Anyone can attend the event, including members of the public. Members of the public are advised to email Sophie Godwin for further information and/or to gain access to the library for this event.

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