The two-week exhibition at Cottenham Village College by the Anne Frank Trust used inspirational figures like Nelson Mandela, Rosa Parks, Ghandi, and Anne Frank to promote its message against injustice and prejudice. To read the full article click here
13 in 13 campaign dealing with contemporary concerns of young people in British society. Read the full story here
Based on famous Holocaust diary quote, teenagers turning 13 in 2013 are writing to Prime Minister David Cameron and telling him what would make Britain a better place. Read the full article from The Times of Israel here
The BBC reflects on the scandal of the pop star's visit to the Anne Frank House here
The Daily Mirror also weighs in on the controversial visit Bieber paid here
Following a succesful 3 weeks in Bury St Edmunds, our flagship exhibition, Anne Frank [+You], is now on display at Newcastle City Library until Thursday 1st November.
Our Executive Director, Gillian Walnes MBE, was a guest on the Breakfast programme at BBC Radio Suffolk on 6th August discussing our search for Mrs Donovan.
This is from an article about our work in the Blackpool Gazette on 7 June 2012.
Bertha “Bee” Klug was born on the 27th April 1920 and lived her long life with a strong and unwavering sense of justice and humanity.
Inviting holocaust survivors to speak to schoolchildren about their terrifying childhood experiences is just one of the ways a London-based programme seeks to challenge prejudice and prevent or combat hate and race-related offending.
Article in the Times Education Supplement on the work of the Anne Frank Trust.
All of us at the Anne Frank Trust congratulate our founding trustee Eva Schloss on her richly deserved MBE announced in the New Years Honours.
Over 500 people attended the Anne Frank Trust’s lunch in London on 26 January to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
It is with great sadness that the Anne Frank Trust has learnt of the passing of its Patron Vidal Sassoon CBE.
The Anne Frank Poetry Award, a new category in the NASUWT's popular Arts and Minds Awards, was presented to Charlotte Whiteley, 16, of King James' School in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire.
Earlier on this year Anne Frank was voted the most inspirational woman by Daily Mirror readers.
To mark the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day this year on 8th March, the Daily Mirror newspaper ran an online poll to find Britain's most inspiring woman of the past century.
Our sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of Miep Gies who died on 11 January 2010.
Gillian Walnes the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Anne Frank Trust UK has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours with the award of an MBE.