Digital lesson about Anne Frank
In this introductory lesson, the students find out more about her story, the history of the persecution of the Jews, and the Second World War.
Anne Frank - a history for today
The international exhibition "Anne Frank – a history for today" has travelled all over the world, and is presented more than 300 times per year.
In this comic, the students read about Esther, a Jewish girl, and learn about the major events that took place during the persecution of the Jews.
Memory Walk is an innovative educational film workshop that encourages youth to critically reflect on memorials in their living environment.
Reading & writing with Anne Frank
An exhibition for young people and provides an overview of the life of the Frank family and zooms in on Anne’s writing talent.
Stories that Move
In several film clips, European students tell both positive stories and speak of their own experiences with exclusion and discrimination.
In this comic, students read about topics such as identity, being the new kid, friendship, bullying, prejudice, and discrimination.
Toolkit Anne Frank Youth Network
The toolkit contains in-depth information about the history of Anne Frank educational acitivities for students between 13 and 18 years old.