The Anne Frank Trust enters the lives of young people across the country when they are likely to be at their most vulnerable and impressionable and imbues in them the importance of personal responsibility and respect for others. It also shows them how to stand up to prejudice and discrimination. In the last year, the Trust has taken its exhibition into schools across the country, and worked tirelessly in disadvantaged and divided communities, to teach the lessons from Anne’s life and use it as a template to build a strong foundation for their lives.