Living Library - Don’t judge a book by its cover!
The Living Library is a proactive way for experts and representatives from different fields to interact informally. It allows readers to ‘borrow’ an individual for up to 30 minutes, to answer questions and share insights from their point of view. Books in the Living Library are experts, as well as people representing groups frequently confronted with prejudices and stereotypes.
Throughout the Forum, FRA will offer a Living Library to participants and we invite them to be both a ‘reader’ and ‘a book’!
The virtual zone aims to provide a space where participants can experience human rights issues directly. This will be enabled through features such as virtual reality screenings, data visualisations, and other digital human rights tools. FRA will offer a daily ‘digital buffet’ of inspiring and interactive tools.
Forum participants can also display their tools at the virtual zone.