As a result, the following project goals were attained:
a) Participants gained skills in human rights education and the methodology of human libraries;
b) Participants gained knowledge of the process of realizing a human library as a means of addressing stereotypes, prejudices, and fighting discrimination;
c) Participants helped create a socially inclusive society by organizing a "human library" during the youth exchange;
d) Participants raised awareness of the process of realizing a human library as a way of addressing stereotypes, prejudices.
In this project, we learned more about hate speech, discrimination, and social exclusion. We also gained knowledge of tools and activities that can be used to raise young people's awareness of these issues. We also learned about human libraries and developed skills that will be useful in the future, such as the job-search process and looking for mobility opportunities.
During project activities, non-formal education methodologies were used, providing opportunities for experiential learning and practical exercises. Throughout the entire project, several creative workshops featuring both individual and group work were used, along with interactive presentations, candid talks, role plays, and numerous more workshops. This information will be applied by our organization in future work with adolescents.