Read more about the much anticipated opening of 'Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself' at the National Army Museum, Waiouru. Keep Reading
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We are approaching six months of Anne Frank in New Zealand, and to mark this milestone I’d like to take a moment to both celebrate and reflect. Keep Reading
“Despite everything Anne Frank had to go through, she does not give way to hate” Keep Reading
The education programme in Auckland was a huge success, with over 100 teenagers training as peer guides and 10,000 students viewing the exhibition with their schools and colleges. We talk to 16 year-old Sacha Sampson and 17 year-old Hemin Lee from the Diocesan School for Girls about their peer guiding experience. Keep Reading
On May 23rd the Anne Frank exhibition team and the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand were honoured to have His Worship Mayor Justin Lester open the exhibition Anne Frank, Let me be myself in Wellington. Keep Reading
Project co-ordinator Jai Breitnauer reflects on the success of Let Me Be Myself so far Keep Reading
Meet Inge Woolf: Director of the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand and member of the Anne Frank NZ advisory board Keep Reading
Find out about the success of our education programme so far. One of the key differences between the exhibition Anne Frank, let me be myself, and previous exhibitions is our extensive New Zealand focused education programme. As well as series of free tailored materials available to educators bringing groups to the exhibition, HCNZ has also... Keep Reading
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The exhibition Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself features in the April 2018 edition of North and South magazine ... Keep Reading
Meet Chris Harris - the National Director of Education for HCNZ Keep Reading
The opening in Auckland of Anne Frank, Let me be myself, was a huge success Keep Reading