Sign the Anne Frank Declaration
Anne Frank was one of millions of people who were killed at the hands of the Nazis. Sadly, the lessons of the past have not been learned and many people still suffer discrimination and intolerance in today’s world.
Who has signed it?
Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan, Bill Clinton and Boris Johnson have signed the Anne Frank Declaration.
Tens of thousands of British people have also made their pledge.
Why not pledge to do your part too?
What are you signing up to?
Through signing the Anne Frank declaration you are making a personal pledge to join thousands of others in:
- Standing up for what is right and speaking out against what is unfair and wrong.
- Defending those who can’t defend themselves.
- Striving for a world in which everyone is treated fairly and has an equal chance in life.
What do you need to do?
- Download your copy of the Declaration
- Print it off.
- Read it and sign it.
- Put it on your bedroom wall or desk as a reminder to your commitment to fighting prejudice.
- Take a copy to school or work, ask others to sign it and put it on the wall.
Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary General, on signing the Anne Frank Declaration in January 1999
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