Anne Frank exhibition in Quebec

Youngsters of the Collège Bourget were trained for two days and will insure the guiding to their peers.

For the first time, the exhibition ‘Anne Frank – a history for today’ will travel to Quebec, the French-speaking area of Canada. The exhibition, in French and English, will open on Friday 11 November at the Collège Bourget in Rigaud.

Anne Frank Guide

Create your own project or talk using unique source materials. The Canadian version is available in English and in French.

The school’s roughly 2,000 students will have the opportunity to view the exhibition accompanied by fellow students who have followed a two-day training, provided by the Anne Frank House, as guides. With reference to the story of Anne Frank, the students are encouraged to think about themes such as diversity, prejudice and discrimination. The college is organising various activities surrounding the exhibition, including lectures by Holocaust survivors, a silent vigil and writing workshops.


The international travelling exhibition ‘Anne Frank – a history for today’ sets the life story of Anne Frank against the background of the Holocaust. Extracts from the diary of Anne Frank and photos of the Frank family form the linking theme. They are accompanied by other personal stories of the consequences of exclusion and persecution. Various copies of the exhibition travel all around the world.

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