Since its publication in 1947, Anne’s diary has been read by millions of people worldwide. By learning about her life and times, we can relate what happened then to what is happening now in our own lives and communities. Our work educates about the dangers caused by prejudice and hatred. Everyone has a part to play in taking a stand against it.
We partner with primary and secondary schools, local authorities, the criminal justice sector and others to deliver educational programmes to young people in a variety of settings.
Anne Frank was one of 1.5 million Jewish children murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Sadly, from workplaces to school playgrounds, prejudice, discrimination and racial hatred still exist.