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Organizing the "Anne Frank: A History for Today Exhibition": A student-centered activity

The exhibition Anne Frank: A History for Today Exhibition has been seen in more than 30 countries around the world. The exhibition deals with the life and times of Anne Frank, the history of the Holocaust and issues of tolerance and intolerance in society, both in the past and today.

From April through July of 2001 students in schools across Europe will be given the opportunity to bring this exhibition to their schools (in their own language) and to organize a variety of activities in their school to help inform their fellow students and others (such as their parents and students from other schools) about these important issues. Teachers will have the role of supporting the students in these activities. The exhibition will be provided free of charge.

In this section you can find the following information:

Exhibition information
Student committees
List of participating schools
Ideas and suggestions

For further information contact Barry van Driel at the Anne Frank House: barry@annefrank.nl
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In general schools are encouraged to host the exhibition for a period of 1-2 weeks, though some schools will choose a longer period.

Students will stay in touch (through email and this website) with students from other schools across Europe to exchange ideas, make suggestions and share what their schools will be doing.
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