Below is a list of 40 titles that would constitute a diverse and inclusive Human Library. A event featuring 10-15 of these titles would put the Human Library principles of inclusion and choice into practice, and give Readers multiple opportunities to challenge themselves. The titles celebrate diversity and promote equality by deliberately acknowledging differences, lifestyles, ethnicities, faiths, disabilities, abilities and characteristics that may be stigmatised in the hope it might provoke an assumption or even prejudice in Readers. By then giving Readers the opportunity to borrow them for a safe and respectful conversation, the Human Library has the potential to challenge the prejudices, stereotypes and stigmas that can lead to discrimination.

Muslim
Refugee
Gay
Transgender
Dyslexic
Transsexual
Young Offender
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Ex-Offender
Lesbian
Young Black Male
Wheelchair User
Jewish
Christian
Downs Syndrome
Cerebral Palsy
Recovering Alcoholic
Teenage Mother
Schizophrenia
Bi-Polar
Ex-Substance Misuser
Unemployed
Autistic
Chav
HIV Positive
Learning Disability
Dyslexic
Borderline Personality Disorder
Bisexual
Homeless
Buddhist
Facial Disfigurement