The Anne Frank Youth Network toolkit contains in-depth information about the history of Anne Frank as well as some of the most successful educational activities for young people, between the ages of 13 and 18.To guide members of the Anne Frank Youth Network through their educational projects we have developed a toolkit. This toolkit provides a set of resources and case studies to help develop, plan and execute an educational activity.
The content is split into five sections -learn, plan, prepare, teach and respond- which cover the different stages of executing your educational activity. Each section contains information as well as a worksheet to fill in, along with testimonies of other peer educators sharing how they went through these steps running their own projects.
Support and guidence
With the support, direction and guidence from experienced members of the Anne Frank Youth Network and experts from their country, Anne Frank Youth Network members are encouraged to organise their own education activities, and work towards making a difference in today's society.
Learning about the history of Anne Frank in the context of the Second World War and the Holocaust.Anne Frank Youth Network Members may want to organise educational activities from the toolkit:
- Challenging discrimination and prejudice.
- Understanding values of equal rights.
- Organising events.
- Arranging social media campaingns.