The workshops give prisoners an opportunity to get further involved in the project. They strengthen understanding of the issues raised by the exhibition and how the messages of Anne Frank and her diary are relevant today.
- "Moving Words" – a creative writing workshop facilitated by renowned poet and writer, Leah Thorn.
- Free2Choose, a debate-style workshop on human rights and democracy, led by Anne Frank Trust education staff.
OCN progression qualification courses
Especially crafted for offender learners, we offer two courses at four levels, according to different learning needs. Students participate actively and contribute from their own experiences.
- Understanding Diversity in Society.
- Understanding Prejudice and Discrimination.
As a part of the Anne Frank Prison Project, we will endeavor (where possible) to arrange a talk from a Holocaust survivor. Talks are followed by a Q & A session.
We are grateful to all of the survivors who have kindly donated their time.
Eva Schloss, a founding trustee of the Anne Frank Trust and the posthumous step-sister of Anne Frank is a regular visitor to the project.
Contact us about
the prisons project
Tel: 020 7284 5858
"The exhibition pulled the prison community closer together and made people forget their differences."
Prisoner, HMP Pentonville
Nick Leader, Governor of HMP, YOI and RC Reading)