"I know exactly how I'd like to be, how I am... on the inside. But unfortunately I'm only like that with myself."

Anne Frank, Diary of a Young Girl, 1st August 1944 - Anne's last entry in her diary. 

End of School Year Showcase

On the 19th July we proudly presented an online event showcasing the creative responses of young people to Anne Frank and issues of prejudice today. It was wonderful to see such a variety of amazing art, poetry, spoken word, film and music expressing what had been learnt through our workshops. Thank you to Pleckgate High School, Sanders School, Woodbridge School, Oaks Park High School who showcased their work, and to their teachers for supporting the projects and being so positive in their feedback. 

We are very grateful to the Tagliaferri family who generously supported this creative responses project. 

Our short film shows some of the amazing artistic work that's been going on!

Creative Project for Holocaust Memorial Day 2022

We are inviting tenders for a youth-led arts project to create a powerful new anti-prejudice film.

"I imagine that...", the short film made for the Trust's Annual Fundraising Lunch in 2021. Produced by TMAX films, performed by our young people and English National Opera.


For our Annual Fundraising Lunch 2022 we are seeking a top-quality artist or arts organisation to work with young people in some of our partner schools to create a short film or filmed performance calling for an end to prejudice.

It will be premiered, together with a brief presentation or live performance by the young people, at our Annual Lunch – we expect to be back at the Hilton Park Lane - on 20 January 2022.  This will be in the presence of a VVIP. A 2-minute version of the film will then be issued on social media on Holocaust Memorial Day, 27 January.

For more information please click here or contact [email protected]. Deadline for tender submission is Tuesday 31st August 2021.

Together, We Can Achieve Unity

Increasing social cohesion during the pandemic

The Anne Frank Trust is one of 8 organisations who were funded by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) under its Race, Faith and Hate Crime Programme to deliver programmes aimed at increasing social cohesion during the pandemic.

A report has been written outlining the great success of all the organisation's programmes in terms of reach and impact. This includes how we adapted and found new ways to deliver during the pandemic, bringing together people of different faiths, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, ages and incomes.

The Anne Frank Trust programme ‘Back Together, Stronger Together’ was run as part of this work, reaching over 14,000 people through our workshops and My Story programme aimed at tackling faith and race related hate crimes.

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