Horario: martes a sábado de 14 a 19 h.
Centro Ana Frank Argentina, Superí 2647
Coghlan, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
(011) 3533-8505 / 15-6120-9635 / firstname.lastname@example.org
After several weeks of a very intense and interesting reading, our prestigious jury has evaluated, debated and finally decided the winners.
It´s a great joy for us to receive so many literary texts, this year more than ever, from youngsters and teachers from all over the country, who are committed and touched by Anne Frank´s story, Nazism, the last military dictatorship in Argentina, human rights, diversity and coexistence. We hope that all participants, not only the winners, feel proud of their writing, presentation, expression and willingness to be part of a proposal like this one. We invite them all to approach the Anne Frank Center and share other activities.
The winners were recognized in an important awarding act, on Friday, September 8th at the Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti, inside de Ex Esma. They were invited to go with their family, friends, teachers, schools authorities and ceremony flags.
Huge congratulations to all this teachers and young writers!
To see the list with their manes, click here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5fvyprgq6J9UWYtMlFDREZmVzg
We congratulate all the 13 winners of the Inclusive Literary Contest! They jury has agreed that this year participant texts have been full of creativity and originality. We also congratulate all the schools for their great work, motivation and support of their students, youngsters and adults that participated in the Contest.
Winners of Category A
Winners of Category B
Winners of Category C
On September 8 they will be honoured in an awarding act that will take place in the Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti.
We are very pleased, because this year more Especial Education institutions have participated in the contest.
Once again, we celebrate the School Encounters in the diversity of Cultures and Beliefs. For us is a great joy to see schools from different neighbourhoods, cultures and educational projects introduce each other, talk and share different workshops about how to deal with different violent situations, towards an active rol to protect and take care of their selves and others.
We firmly believe that these activities promote coexistence in diversity through mutual understanding. The youngsters and teachers shared a lunch with typical food from the different groups.
We want to thank all the schools that participated, the new ones and the ones that have been following this activity for years.
Participating schools: Escuela Nº 13 – D.E. 20 “República de Filipinas”, Instituto Alberto Schweitzer, SGS Loma Verde, Instituto Nuestra Señora del Pilar, Escuela Ntra. Sra. de La Anunciación, Escuela ORT Sede Belgrano, Colegio Montessori de Luján y Colegio Palabras de Ezeiza.
In this second part of the year, we invited the Special Education Schools to visit the museum and approach their students the story of Anne Frank and the topics related to the human rights, discriminations, violence, diversity and coexistence. It´s our goal that more schools, public and private, from all over the Province, visit us and participate in the different projects that include them, so they can share meaningful learning experiences.
To* book a visit*, you can communicate by phone Monday to Fridays, between 9 and 19h, to 3533-8505. For more information, please contact email@example.com
In November 25th, 26th and 27th, we will carry out the National Encounter of Youngsters in the Department of Avellaneda. This will be an excellent opportunity to share, transform and get to know each other.
We invite the guides at Centro Ana Frank Argentina from all over the country, the participants from the Literary Contest (cateogories 2 and 3), members of the Otto Frank Space for youth thinking, and participants from MICC.
This encounter will include testimonies, special visits, talks, and enriching exchanges, among other activities.
If you fill in before September 25th, paying part of the total value, you will have a 20% discount! (The price includes internal transports)
You can fill in at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (011) 3533-8505 for any consult.
We wait for you to share this amazing experience!
Special Testimony with Cristobal Mainer.
We wait for you on September 9th at 6 pm, at Centro Ana Frank, to commemorate and think about such an important and signifying event in the history of our country.
Exclussive encounter for young people from 16 and 26 years old. Debates and talks at Centro Ana Frank (Superi 2647).
With great joy, we are pleased to share the commitment made by the Ministry of Culture of CABA with the Centro Ana Frank Argentina.
Around the visit of Minister Angel Mahler to the City of Amsterdam, the Ana Frank Argentina Center, the Anne Frank House Amsterdam and the Buenos Aires Culture Ministry, have signed a letter of intent to promote and support the Museum’s activities, interest in the projects carried out here and compromising the continuity of cooperation in the educational area.
His visit was received by Ronald Leopold, executive director of the Anne Frank House together with Kajsa ollongren, deputy mayor of Amsterdam. After the signing, the Minister toured the Museum leaving at the end of an emotional message: “I hope our team can help, from where we are, to make a better world”.
On August 15, Perros De La Calle radio show, made a special edition live from Amsterdam. Since this edition was mainly focused on the story of Anne Frank and the visit to his house, Andy Kusnetzoff and his team visited us days before the trip in order to make known how the legacy of Ana is worked in our country and , in particular, to disseminate the testimony of survivors of the Holocaust, in this case, by Sara Rus and Monica Dawidowicz.
We are deeply grateful to the entire Perros de la Calle team for transmitting with so much commitment and enthusiasm the legacy of Ana Frank, as well as for the great space provided to Monica Dawidowicz and Sara Rus, who were able to elaborate and tell their valuable stories.
During August, Lic. Héctor Shalom, director of our Centro, visited with the Rabbi Silvina Chemen the ESMA Memorial Site Museum (former clandestine center for detention, torture and extermination), who were welcomed and guided by Alejandra Naftal, director of the institution, along with its team.
No doubt, it was a deeply moving experience, full of sensations, contact information and a place where the horror unfolded his most sinister actions.
In turn, we also received their visit with the objective of knowing the Centro and our activities in depth, to continue strengthening our link in order to jointly develop different projects.
We are happy to share that on August 25th and 26th, we had the third guides training of the year at Centro Ana Frank.
A big group of youngsters came to the museum and shared two days of workshops to approach the topics we work with.
We want to thank them for their commitment and enthusiasm towards the contribution to their own formation, and congratulate them, beacuse we can already say they are guides at Centro Ana Frank.
We also want to wish the best for this new stage, which will hopefully contribute to their personal growth.
Welcome to the team!
On August 12th, we lived a truly moving experience during our new Encounter from tbe Otto Frank Space. We talked about what happens when life suddenly doesn´t make sense, when we or someone we know needs help, and what is the result when we are willing to listen with all the implications the word has.
We had the privillege to receive Dr Gustavo Alfredo Girard to think about suicide among teenagers and how we can take care of them. Thank you, Gustavo, for your words and your listening.
On August 29th we had another encounter among youngsters.
Together with Luis Pincén, Carmen Burgos y Margarita Abapillo, we thought about the different possible perspectives to look at the world we are so used to conceive from the same one.
Thank you for guiding us through this approach to the complexity that our diversity comes along with. And thank you, young people, for making this space your own every day.
We invite you to bring your students to the museum, in order to think about human rights and their evolution over time, going from history to our days and the role they play in every context.
The visit, including videos, historical timelines and vivid experiences, is leaded by one of our young peer guides, who invites students to participate all along.
You can call as at 3533-8505 to book a visit, or send us an e-mail to email@example.com
We wait for you to share a memorable experience!
The museum waits for you to go through an enriching path that focuses on human rights to think about the past and the present.
The visit includes videos, vivid experiences and historical timelines, and every stage is leaded by a young guide from our team, who daily contributes to spread the message we want to give.
We wait for you from Tuesday to Saturday, from 2 to 7 pm.