As part of the Anne Frank exhibition project, the Hineni Center has created a variety of educational programmes meant for tourists, students, soldiers, and other groups.
The focus is on history and contemporary issues. The groups visiting the exhibition watch the documentary The Short Life of Anne Frank as an introduction.
The Hineni Centre
Hineni in Jerusalem is a not-for-profit organisation with a focus on social concerns, Jewish heritage, and contributions to the improvement of society. Hineni’s current contribution to society includes assistance to survivors of terror, troubled youth, orphans, survivors of the Holocaust, and disadvantaged people. Every year, Hineni takes a group of twenty disadvantaged young people to visit the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. In this setting, they have the opportunity to share their personal experiences and emotions with others who have been through similar circumstances.
For more information about the activities organised in Isreal and the Anne Frank House project coordinator.