The blog takes you behind the scenes. Our staff members talk about the museum, our educational projects, acquisitions to the collection, and the results of our research.
Two countries, one passion
Julie Couture started working as a volunteer for the Anne Frank House at the age of 28; by now, she has organised Anne Frank exhibitions in over 80 different Canadian cities.
Food for thought
Educational staff member Gabri Brummelman invites you along on a group introduction to the museum for secondary school students. How does she ensure that these students leave the Anne Frank House with a new perspective?
Football Chanting Project Tours Europe
Joram Verhoeven and Willem Wagenaar from our Educational Projects department talk about the Football Chanting Project that was set up to counter antisemitism in football stadiums.
Anne Frank collection on the road
In this blog post, Teresien da Silva, Head of Collections at the Anne Frank House, talks about travelling from Amsterdam to New York with ten objects from our collection.
Made in Europe
On this UN day against racism, Karen Polak, project coordinator of Stories that Move, talks about the free online tool developed by the Anne Frank House to help learners discuss antisemitism, racism, and other forms of discrimination.
Ahead of the crowds
In this blog, collection manager Caecilia Thoen gives us a glimpse behind the scenes by taking us on her weekly round of the Anne Frank House, on Tuesdays before opening hours. Would you like to come along?