The Anne Frank House comes to Luxembourg as part of a touring exhibition aimed promoting ethnic, cultural and religious tolerance.
Telling the story of Anne Frank helps visitors to understand that a society where differences between people are respect does not come about by itself. The exhibition can be visited with or without student guides. The student guides have been taught about the historical context in which Anne Frank lived and challenge visitors to think about concepts including tolerance, mutual respect, human rights and democracy.
The local exhibition is organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands and the International School of Luxembourg. It is in French and English. Visitors can check it out on 14, 19 and 21 November from 6pm to 8pm, or 24-25 November and 1-2 December, from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Advance registration is mandatory. Register by emailing annefranklux.eventbrite.com or visiting the Eventbrite page here.