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E-book / Conducting HRE: guide on online and offline tools

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In this guide you will find both digital and non-digital tools for Human Rights Education, especially those related to Living Library method.

Aims of the tool

The aim of the e-book is to provide youth workers, especially those working with the Living Library method, with digital and non-digital tools of HRE education.

Description of the tool

The authors of the guide are 23 educators living in Belgium, Czechia, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland, among them Books, Librarians, Volunteers and Organisers of local Living Libraries.
Together they developed, implemented&tested and evaluated several methods related to Living Library and Human Rights Education in general.

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Tool overview

E-book / Conducting HRE: guide on online and offline tools

This tool is for

Educators and youth workers, especially those working with the Living Library method.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Materials needed:

Diverse, depending on the method chosen from the guide.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by


in the context of

The methods have been developed during "Human/Living Library online" project supported by the Erasmus+ Programme

The tool has been experimented in

Training course, local activities and seminar

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Dora Küntzel (on 22 September 2022)

and last modified

5 May 2022

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