WHO WE ARE
The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity, that empowers young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination. We have been established since 1991. Our education programmes use Anne Frank’s powerful life story and diary as their starting point. We are the only organisation in the UK licensed to use Anne Frank’s name and writing to make links with issues in contemporary society.
To use Anne Frank’s life and inspirational diary as a starting point to empower young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination
A society safe from prejudice and discrimination
WHO WE WORK WITH
We partner with schools, local authorities, the criminal justice sector and others to deliver educational programmes to young people in a variety of settings. We impart knowledge about the damage prejudice and hateful attitudes cause and empower each individual to take a stand against it, to embrace positive attitudes, personal responsibility and respect for others.
Anne’s Message and Our Work
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.
“The Anne Frank Trust is a driving force, educating young people in some of the most deprived and divided communities in the UK. We must all do our part to continue to encourage more challenging conversations which get to the heart of these divisions in our society. We need to open up the debate, especially with young, impressionable people so they question how they see others in the world around them.”
Chair of the Anne Frank Trust UK