In collaboration with the Embassy of the Netherlands, the International School of Luxembourg (ISL) is inviting members of the public to view the 'Anne Frank - A History for Today' exhibition.
A History for Today is a travelling exhibition which has been presented around the world, which aims to highlight that ethnic, religious, cultural and political differences exist in every society. It tells the story of Anne Frank, and serves to show that open societies accepting of individual differences are not a natural given but require understanding, solidarity, and mutual effort.
The exhibition can be viewed either with or without student guides. The guides come from ISL, St George's School and the European school, and have been taught about the historical context in which Anne Frank Lived. They will challenge visitors to consider concepts including democracy, human rights, tolerance, and mutual respect.
The exhibition is free and open to everyone, but you must sign up through eventbrite. It runs on:
Wednesday 14 November, 6pm
Monday 19 November, 6pm
Wednesday 21 November, 6pm
Saturday 24 November, 1.30pm
Sunday 25 November, 1.30pm
Saturday 1 December, 1.30pm
Sunday 2 December, 2.30pm