Expatclic Human Library

Expatclic turns 17! To celebrate our community’s birthday, our annual fundraising campaign is a wonderful Human Library!

The Human Library was created in Denmark to give a voice to victims of prejudice or discrimination and to promote connections and dialogue between people. Expatclic has broadened the concept a little by inviting protagonists of many different stories, mostly related to mobile life, but not exclusively. All the stories of the Human Library of Expatclic are all deeply interesting, and hearing them directly from their protagonists will be an opportunity of great enrichment.

The Human Library functions as a real library: you’ll be able to choose the books you are most interested in among the numerous titles and topics we have collected, and then just connect on the specific day and time of your book(s) to listen and interact with it(them).

The Human Library will take place from 22nd to 26th October.

HERE you will find the programme of the books, divided by day.
HERE is a calendar in PDF that you can print to mark the books you absolutely don’t want to miss.
You can decide to listen to just one book or all of them, there are no limits. We ask for a minimum donation of 10 euros to access the Human Library platform (but of course, if you want to donate more, we are only grateful❤️).

To donate via PayPal (even if you do not have a PayPal account, a credit card is enough), visit Expatclic and click on the orange DONATE button  top right on the website (specify your email, in order to receive the link to the Human Library platform). If you have any problems with your donation, or don’t want to use PayPal, please contact us!

Thank you for your support, and happy reading!

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