Forgotten. Ignored. Denied. Arjan van der Boon is passionate about shining a light on people he calls the invisible immigrants.
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Read more about the opening of Anne Frank in Dunedin Keep Reading
Discover how many visitors and locations in New Zealand the exhibition has impacted over the past eighteen months. Keep Reading
Read more about how Chris Harris and Lizzy Eaves conducted peer guide training with students from Hamilton schools. Keep Reading
After four months at the National Army Museum in Waiouru, Nicola Bennett reflects on this "powerful" exhibition and the impact it's had on local students and members of the visiting public. Keep Reading
Tom Rockman Arielly and Lizzy Eaves tell us more about their roles as Project Manager and Education Manager for Anne Frank NZ and what the exhibition means to them Keep Reading
Read more about the much anticipated opening of Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself at the National Army Museum, Waiouru Keep Reading
Discover how staff and visitors felt when Anne Frank resided at Kiwi North Museum, Whangerei Keep Reading
Former Project Coordinator, Jai Breitnauer, tells us how she got involved with Anne Frank NZ and why it's so important for people in Aotearoa to connect with Anne's story and contemporary discrimination issues Keep Reading