The Anne Frank Centre in Berlin opened its doors in 1998 and is a partner organisation of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Its primary focus is to promote the memory of Anne Frank across Germany in order to combat discrimination, racism, and anti-Semitism as well as to strengthen democratic ideals. We worked together with the Anne Frank Centre to develop e-learning modules in the context of the current exhibition. The online module allows for young people to familiarise themselves with both the exhibition’s content and teaching goals. The online module also provides youth with the opportunity to qualify as exhibition trainers.
WITH: Anne Frank Zentrum Berlin, FLMH (Concept), Lime Flavour (Coding)