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The Human Library is a creative and practical method for helping people to understand and appreciate difference and diversity. It is a useful learning strategy that encourages and supports the development of respectful, inclusive and cohesive cultures. Human Libraries help people, groups and communities to work to ensure that people enjoy their rights as humans as part of day-to-day life.

 

Greg Watson is the Contact Officer for the Human Library Organisation in Australia and he is the Coordinator and Facilitator of the Human Library in Perth and Western Australia.

In addition to his role with the Human Library, Greg lecturers at the Centre for Human Rights Education and in the School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry at Curtin University. He has an interdisciplinary teaching and research background that includes cultural studies, critical pedagogy and human rights education.

If you would like to know more about being involved in the Human Library in Perth or WA, please send an inquiry using the contact point provided below. The more detailed your interest, the easier it is for us to provide you with the right answers.

 

If you are in Australia but outside of WA, please begin your inquiry by contacting the central office of the Human Library. Once you have established this contact, it will be possible for you to gain support from Greg, as the HLO Australia Contact Officer.

Please note that Friday is dedicated to dealing with administration and inquiries regarding the Human Library. Given the voluntary nature of the HLO, while we do try to respond in a reasonable amount of time, it is not always possible to provide an immediate or rapid responses.

Dr Greg Watson, PhD

Contact Officer

Human Library Australia

Co-ordinator and Facilitator

Perth Human Library


e:    greg.watson@humanlibrary.org

m:   0403 272 100

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