The Human Aspect, Norway
The Human Aspect is called “the world’s first life experience library”.
The life experience library consists of films where people share their strongest and most defining life experiences. On The Human Aspect homepage there is a large collection of videos where people from 80 countries share the strongest and most defining experiences of their lives.
The interviews are supported by professionals and divided into three main questions:
• What has been the greatest challenge of your life?
• How did you get through it?
• What have you learned?
The vision of this project is to contribute to improving mental health by making sure that no one is left feeling alone when facing one of life’s many challenges.
In 2019 Kavli Trust supports the production of ten new video interviews for the library. The films focus on topics concerning mental health for children and young people.
Learn more about this project.
More about this project
Life crisis and online sharing
March 24, 2020
Several hundred people are sharing their most important life experiences, insights and good advice in The Human Aspect video library. Watching Kine Pedersen’s story has moved other survivors of violence to seek help.
35 new films for the Life Experience Library
July 21, 2019
The Human Aspect will produce 35 new films for their Life Experience Library with support from Kavli Trust. They are being recorded and produced intensively over a hectic summer schedule.
Record views for Generation Z and mental health films from the Life Experience Library
July 03, 2019
A series of interviews called “Generation Z” sets viewing records for the Life Experience Library on The Human Aspect website.
Making ten films on mental health for a life experience library
April 29, 2019
The Human Aspect is about to make ten films on mental health for the benefit of young people with support from Kavli Trust.