After the last general elections in October 2015, Poland turned to ultra-conservatism and formed a parliament without representatives of the left. The Law and Justice party won the elections by an absolute majority with a programme that promotes a united and pure Poland. Demonstrations by followers of the right-wing parties are proliferating, demanding a Poland free of immigrants and criticizing European policies on refugees. In this environment, popular initiatives and NGOs are emerging that are fighting for a more tolerant and multicultural Poland. One of these initiatives is the Wroclaw Human Library.

    The Human Library is an educational initiative that turns people into books, living books with a common denominator: discrimination. The reader who takes out one of these books will discover stories of social minorities or people who, due to their race, sexual orientation or religion have been rejected or labelled by society.
    In a country that is little accustomed to diversity, this library is an opportunity to combat discrimination.
    Original idea and Series EditorXuban Inxausti
    Executive ProducerJoan Úbeda
    Senior Production ManagerPilar Razquin
    Written byGerard Farré-Escofet
    Directed byRaúl Cuevas
    Camera and editingRaúl Cuevas
    Production managerLeire Larisgoitia
    GraphicsAsier Lasa
    Technical coordinationLluís López, Jordi Gavaldà
    Translations and subtitlesK2000 (Javier Manzano)