AnneFrank+You Exhibition comes to Dublin

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Dublin City Council’s Public Libraries is proud to bring you the AnneFrank+You Exhibition, a dramatic multi-media exhibition presenting the short and tragic life of a Jewish schoolgirl and her family during the Nazi occupation of Europe.  This Exhibition is FREE and will be on display in Dublin City Library and Archives, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, from 23rd October to 11th December 2013.

The Anne Frank+You Exhibition includes quotations from the German schoolgirl’s famous diary, written while she and her family lived in hiding in Amsterdam from 1942 to 1944. Themes that Anne wrote about in her diary, such as racial hatred, war and conflict and the value of democracy and freedom, are presented in an up to date and contemporary fashion, along with filmed interviews with young people discussing their own views, concerns and hopes for the future.Published by her father after her death in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, the diary has inspired millions of people, including Nelson Mandela during his own incarceration.

“The Exhibition is recommended for adults and children (age10+) and includes the ‘Anne Frank photo album’, replica artifacts from Anne’s life and the Holocaust, and an almost life size replica of Anne’s room in the Secret Annex. You will also have a chance to sign the Anne Frank Declaration and make a personal pledge to challenge prejudice and reduce hatred in our communities. This is just one of the many great exhibitions that Dublin City Council’s Public Libraries provide”, said Margaret Hayes, Dublin City Librarian.

This Exhibition is produced by the Anne Frank Trust UK and the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam and is currently touring around Ireland and the United Kingdom

For further information contact:

Dublin City Council Media Relations Office T. (01) 222 2170  
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Anne Frank + You is a touring exhibition presented by The Anne Frank TrustUKin association with the Anne Frank House,Amsterdam.
© The Anne Frank TrustUK/ Anne Frank House,Amsterdam
Anne Frank Declaration

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.