Horario: martes a sábado de 14 a 19 hs.
Centro Ana Frank Argentina, Superí 2647
Coghlan, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
(011) 3533-8505 / 15-6120-9635 / firstname.lastname@example.org
42 years after the coup that marked the beginning of our last civic-military dictatorship, the Centro Ana Frank joined the march of March 24, National Day of Memory for Truth and Justice, convened by the Human Rights organisms.
From the Centro Ana Frank, we work daily so that acts of humanity, such as those that occurred during the last civic-military dictatorship of our country, never happen again.
For memory, truth and justice!
The Centro Ana Frank invites you to visit us with your students, in order to share a tour which starts from the testimony of Anne Frank, going through different historical periods, until we get to the present.
Leaded by one of our young volunteer guides, our visit encourages to think about the importance of Human Rights, analyzing different periods of history during which they were severely put at risk.
In order to book a date, you can reach us at 3533-8505 from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 6 pm.
For further information, you can send us an email to email@example.com
We look forward to your visit!
The Centro Ana Frank waits for you with an ideal proposal to share with friends and family.
Guided by a member from our team of young volunteers, we offer an instance to think about the role of Human Rights within time, being the testimony of Anne Frank the starting point to analyse different historical processes, until we get to our days.
Thursdays from 4 to 7 pm, 2×1 in the general ticket.
For any consult, you can reach us at 3533-8505 int 30 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t miss this!
On March, Saturday 10th, Youth Thinking Space returned to receive Lorena Bossi, Member of GAC (Grupo de Arte Callejero – Street Art Group), to talk about the origin and story of the group, as well as their task in relation to activism through art.
The members of the Space had the chance to develop their own intervention, creating designs to give a message on March 24th, Day of Memory for Truth and Justice, in commemoration for the beginning of our last dictatorship in Argentina.
Thank you all for joining us in this news start!
On March 24th, Youth Thinking Space “Otto Frank” had a very emotional encounter with the members of our Youth Thinking Space. On this occasion, we marched together to commemorate the beginning of our last military dictatorship (1976-1983), definitely one of the darkest periods of the Argentinian history.
We want to thank everyone who’d joined us to march and spread around the city all the beautiful stickers designed in the previous encounter of the Youth Thinking Space.
We are proud of your commitment and involvement!
On March 11th and 12th, from 9 am to 6 pm, the Centro Ana Frank is having the second training in 2018. The two days will include a series of workshops to approach the topics we work with.
We aim for you to be able to Share the legacy of Anne
We invite scholar groups from ages 10 to 13 years old and schools of special education to participate in the 5th edition of this Newspaper Project. You can start registering!
From a predetermined format, each group creates their own newspaper with journalistic texts related to Anne Frank, the Holocaust, the last dictatorship in Argentina, Human Rights now days, diversity and coexistence. The productions are exhibited in the form of panels in the Anniversary Act of the Anne Frank Center, where the students meet each other. In November the project closes its cycle with the publication of “The Kids Voice”, a printed newspaper that has a journalistic piece of every group and that is then delivered to every participant school.
Deadline: Wednesday, May 30
• Terms and conditions: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GN_beV01TefZFnjbSrs61f9mme_vJ6Mt
• Inscription form: https://goo.gl/forms/BzjjkqLYpW7SqYay2
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In May the School Encounters in the Diversity of Cultures and Beliefs come back. This activity consists in getting together different schools during one morning or afternoon so they can meet each other and present their institutions, traditions, and those elements that represent them.
During this day, the students visit the museum and the recreation of the annex. At the same time, they made workshops with different dynamics so they can debate about discrimination and coexistence. As closure, they share a meal with food brought by every student.
Schools of special education are invited to participate in the encounter that they consider accurate considering the average age of the group.
• inscription form: https://goo.gl/forms/NiQPD21UCRjHXYBA2
For dates: firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite you to participate in the 10th Literary Contest “From Anne Frank to our days”, destined to youngsters from 13 to 25 years old and educators off all levels, and the 6th Inclusive Literary Contest, to youngsters from 13 years old and adults that belong or had belonged to establishments of special education.
The literary contests are an opportunity so young people and teachers can express themselves literary and poetically, getting involve with thematic related to Anne Frank, Nazism, last dictatorships in Argentina, Human Rights now a days, violence, discrimination and coexistence in diversity.
Thinking the Anne Frank Diary as an act of resistance, the contests have the goal of putting into value the written words and the expression of ideals.
All the winning texts will be published in the book “Texts and projects that build coexistence”, edited by EUDEBA.
Deadlines and terms and conditions:
• 10th Literary Contest: June 29nd
(Terms and conditions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NGhkANqUDgdU5RUplQVf6GXielpy0RD3/view?usp=sharing)
• 6th Inclusive Literary Contest: July 13th
The contests have been declared of cultural and educative interest by:
Les proponemos recorrer nuestro museo, conociendo la historia de Ana Frank y su contexto, reflexionando sobre los derechos humanos y su relación con la actualidad.
We invite them to visit the Museum, so they can learn about the story of Anne Frank and her context, thinking about human rights and their relation to their present. Volunteer guides accompany the students and adapt the visit to their needs.
Visits by calling 3533-8505 intern 30
On Wednesday, March 21 and Thursday, March 22, we carried out our work breakfasts to start the school year with supervisors, professors and librarians. We had the pleasure of receiving a total of 40 educators who, during the course of the morning, learned about the different areas of the center, the proposals for the different educational levels and the training options for the educators.
We initiate the dialogue to articulate various options of activities so that special schools and adult schools can have greater participation in the center, which allows us to start the year with a more inclusive look. Both breakfasts ended with a guided tour of the museum and many initiatives to build ahead.
We highlight the presence of representatives of the Directorate of Culture and Education of the Province of Buenos Aires, Nora Catoira of the Directorate of Psychology and supervisors of the Directorate and Daniel Del Torto Director of Special Education. We also highlight the presence of representatives of the Curriculum Operations Management of the General Directorate of Educational Planning, Undersecretary of Planning and Innovation of the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires, Bettina Bregman and Marina Elberger coordinators of the secondary and primary areas, respectively representatives of the Adult Education Modality and of the General Directorate of Private Education of the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires, professors of the University of La Matanza as Dr. César Zerbini, Pablo Crespo Director of the Group of Educational Establishments Special of Buenos Aires and teachers of different levels and modalities.
The Teacher’s training Institute is organizing its 3rd Teacher’s training seminar, in the city of Amsterdam, joining the official delegation, winners of the literary contest “From Anne Frank to our days” and peer guides from the Centro Ana Frank Argentina.
This seminar aims to the understanding of the phenomena of violence and discrimination between people, in particular within the educational environment. We will also analyze the rol of educators today and the possible intervention strategies that the educational institution can apply to prevent, mitigate or counteract these processes that act in society.
The trip will take place in the city of Amsterdam where the group will visit significant places that were important in Anne and her family’s life. Also, we will make a special visit to the Hague.
Departure day: Monday 16th of july, 2018
New informative meeting: Thursday 26 of april, 18 H. in Superí 2647
Will you let this opportunity slip away?
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Centro Ana Frank Argentina has diverse travelling projects that have been touring more and more places across the country during the last few years. Young volunteer peer guides are specially trained on each occasion the exhibitions are displayed to be in charge of the visitors’ experience through the exhibitions.
More and more local municipalities, organizations and institutions are getting interested on our exhibitions, don’t miss the chance of getting them to travel to your area!
If you’re interested on showcasing any of our exhibitions in your area contact us!
For more information about the exhibition go to http://www.centroanafrank.com.ar/muestras-itinerantes or e-mail us to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centro Ana Frank is encouraging the youth to take part of the 9th Delegation to The Netherlands to share the “Amsterdam from Anne Frank´s sight” experience with peer guides and interested youngsters from all over the country.
The programme is aimed to Centro Ana Frank´s and the travelling exhibitions´ peer guides; and interested and committed youngsters who are willing to live this wonderful experience, which will always remain on their retina and soul.
The aim of this programme is to empower the youth and provide a learning experience and exchange opportunity understanding the context Anne Frank and her family lived and getting to reflect about it: by touring the cities of Amsterdam and The Hague, including official receptions events and a specially guided visit to the Anne Frank House. We will also be visiting closed places for common visitors, the house where they remained in hiding, which contains the original “Diary” among many other unforgettable places.
Departure: Monday, July 16th 2018.
Briefing: Thursday, April 26th at 6pm
REPORTS AND RESERVATIONS: Centro Ana Frank. Superí 2647 – CABA (1430)
Tel.: (11) 3533-8505 or via e-mail to email@example.com