The Human Library – a Unique Experience for IDPWD!

The Human Library … where the Books are Alive

As part of International Day of People with Disability, the City of Greater Geelong is hosting the “Human Library …where the books are alive”.

The Human Library brings people together and invites them to have a one-to-one conversation about the lived experience of disability. It’s a great way to break down barriers, encourage understanding and learn about the impact of disability.
How it works
The Human Library works in the same way as a regular library but instead of borrowing a book, visitors borrow a person, that is a Living Book. They can then have a direct, one to one conversation with the Living Book as a way of learning more about disability.

Details can be found in the International Day of People with Disability 2015 Program.

For further information, contact Sandra Muratti.

When:
03 December 2015, 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Where: Market Square (next to Novo Shoes)
Geelong
Costs:
Free
Facilities:
Parking available
Toilets available
Undercover areas
Wheelchair accessible

Further information

Contact: Sandra Muratti
Phone: 03 5272 4743
Email: smuratti@geelongcity.vic.gov.au

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