Travelling Exhibitions

Young people guiding their peers through the Anne Frank travelling exhibition in Fez, Morocco.
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On 29 April, following the celebration of the Anne Frank House’s 50th anniversary, Princess Máxima of the Netherlands attended the conference ‘Anne Frank Worldwide’.

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A travelling exhibition for children

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(L to R) Gillian Walnes, director of the Anne Frank Trust UK, Hans Westra and Princess Máxima.

Over seventy participants from twenty-five countries exchanged experiences about the travelling Anne Frank exhibition, which is displayed yearly in 
more than two hundred cities in dozens of countries and seen by hundreds of thousands of visitors. This worldwide tour is centrally coordinated by the Anne Frank House, but carried out locally by our partner organisations abroad. The Centro Ana Frank in Buenos Aires (Argentina) is now up and running. This new partner will organise the exhibitions and educational activities in the region.

The exhibition at the Centro Ana Frank in Argentina.

Morocco

The travelling exhibition Anne Frank - A History for Today could be seen during a conference on human rights in the Al Quod Cultural Centre in Fez. Hundreds of young Moroccans participated in this conference. In addition, around twenty of them followed a two-day training session to become guides. They then escorted other youngsters through the exhibition, which presents the story of the Holocaust from the viewpoint of Anne Frank and her family. The bilingual (Arabic and French) exhibition was made possible with financial support from the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports (WVS). This travelling exhibition is part of an educational project in which the Anne Frank House cooperates with human rights organisations in Morocco: Centre de Droits des Gens in Fez and the Centre de Démocratie in Rabat.

Reading and Writing with Anne Frank

The exhibition Lezen en schrijven met Anne Frank (Reading and Writing with Anne Frank) displays books Anne Frank read during the hiding period and gives an impression of what Anne did to fulfil her great wish to become a writer. The exhibition was created with primary school students in mind and is intended for public libraries. The aim of the exhibition is to motivate children to read and write themselves. Students receive a workbook and use the exhibition and books as sources to answer the questions.  

What the children didn’t know is that, in addition to her diary, Anne Frank wrote wonderful stories and was an avid reader. That makes this exhibition exceptional.

, Public library staffer
The exhibition Lezen en schrijven met Anne Frank (Reading and Writing with Anne Frank) in Amsterdam’s Central Public Library.

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