The Hobart Human Library uses the art of storytelling to break down barriers and build empathy. It provides a safe space for ‘readers’ to speak informally with a human ‘book’.
The ‘books’ are Tasmanians who have experienced stereotyping, prejudice or discrimination and trained with us as community educators. Their personal experience of bias may be because of their culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, mental health, or a disability.A Fairer World
Come along and hear the stories of diverse Tasmanians on Saturday 29th May. There will be two sessions at the St Helens District High School Gymnasium: 9:00-10:30am or 11:30am-13:00.
Please sign up here the sessions are limited to 30 participants! You can also call the St Helens Neighbourhood House on 6376 1134.
The workshops are hosted by St Helens THRIVE Group with funding assistance from St Helens Neighbourhood House, St Helens District High School and the Tasmanian Government.
Hobart Human Library inclusion and diversity workshops presented by A Fairer World aim to build empathy and awareness about those who experience stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination.