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 / email@example.com
The Centro Ana Frank launches “Amsterdam from the perspective of Anne Frank”, a unique experience in life. The trip includes 6 days in Amsterdam and The Hague and optional 4 days in Berlin.
Aimed at all those interested in an unforgettable experience, integrate the 10th Delegation to Holland of the Centro Ana Frank Argentina and share together a wonderful experience touring the streets of Amsterdam from the Look of Anne Frank. Program with activities and special events of the 10th Anniversary of the Centro Ana Frank and 90 Anniversary of the Anniversary of Anne Frank.
The departure is on July 17, 2019.
Three programs will be carried out in which you can participate:
The delegation will be integrated by an Official Delegation, Argentine and Dutch, by the winners of the 10th Literary Contest “From Anne Frank to our days“, Museum Guides, youth and educators.
Through testimonies of schoolmates of Ana Frank, testimonies of protectors and activists of the resistance, tours of spaces and significant places in history and in her life, family and closest friends. We will seek to get closer and to know important and influential aspects for the writing of her Journal. Testimony-legacy for our days. We will learn about the Shoah, the Second World War and how this historical moment crosses every space in the city, generating reflection on history itself and human rights today.
The program includes a special visit to the city of The Hague in which we will visit the Peace Palace, the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, the Dutch Parliament, in each establishment we will be received by official authorities and we will carry out special visits restricted to general public.
We will enjoy the beauties of the city, its bridges and canals.
Since 2010, more than 450 people have been part of our Delegations and have experienced the most significant places in the life of Anne Frank.
For more information and to know the complete program, tours and all the wonderful activities that we will carry out contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not miss the special discount until November 15: 15% discount and 12 installments.
The Director of the Centro Ana Frank Argentina, Héctor Shalom, and the Coordinator of Educational Publications and Productions, Rabina Silvina Chemen, participated in the activities carried out within the framework of the G20 Argentina, Interfaith Forum.
Both in the roles of speakers were part of the agenda that brought together highlighted international personalities on September 27 at the Manuel Belgrano Auditorium of the Argentine Chancellery.
The Director of the Centro presented as part of the panel “Human Rights, Faith and Sustainable Development: Institutional Contributions to Global Priorities“ table accompanied by Michael Wiener, Human Rights Officer, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNOHCHR); Elena Lopez Ruf, Program Manager of the Ecumenical Advisory and Service Center (CREAS); Paola Bohorquez and José Oscar Henao (UNDP – CREAS) and the Director of the USAID Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives.
On the other hand, Rabina Silvina Chemen, presented within the session “Religious Literacy on the Global Stage: Roles and Responsibilities of Education and Media Institutions“.
Participated with her the voices of Andrew West, Presenter, The Religion & Ethics Report, ABC National Radio; Emma Green, Writer, The Atlantic; Zahra Jamal, Associate Director, Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance; Gustavo Magdalena, Executive Director, Federation of Religious Educational Associations of Argentina (FAERA); Ivan Petrella, Director of the Argentina 2030 Program, Head of Gabinete of Ministers of the Nation and Bhavaya Srivastava, founding member of the International Association for Religious Journalists (IARJ)
Activities such as the G20 Interfaith Forum are of great relevance for the creation of networks that allow the Centro Ana Frank Argentina to continue spreading the legacy of Anne Frank of non-discrimination, non-violence and inclusion.
In the words of Héctor Shalom expressed during the day: “Encouraging the development of peaceful societies, which defend human dignity and equality for all, calls us to assume the responsibility that Islamophobia is not a problem only of those who profess Islam, that anti-Semitism is not a problem only of the Jews or the xenophobia of the migrants, nor gender inequality a problem only of women. No discrimination or violation of rights is alien to us. Remembering Terencio “Man I am, nothing human is alien to me“”
On Friday, September 14th, the Teatro San Martin opened their doors to receive the enthusiastic writers, who came from all over the country, to participate in the award ceremony of the 10 th Literary Contest and the 6 th Inclusive Literary Contest “From Anne Frank to our days”.
It took place in the Sala Martin Coronado and the winners came with their schools, family and friends and shared a very emotive act with their love ones.
On the stage, many of the youngsters and teachers shared their words about the importance of writing, the youth and memory. Members of our staff and jury commemorate the Noche de los Lapices.
The act also counted with the presence of important authorities, among them Enrique Avogadro, Minister of culture of the City of Buenos Aires, who congratulate the Centro for it’s work and the winners and participants of the contest for their incredible productions.
Dr. Maria Luisa Storani, National Deputie mandate fulfilled, Actual Parlamentary of the Mercosur ; Mauricio Szulman, Roberto Chomer and Julio Toker, President of the Friends Asosation of the Centro Ana Frank also were present. Also, Mirta Goldberg, teacher, writer and TV host; Daniel del Torto, Director of especial education of the Province of Buenos Aires and Pablo Crespo, Director of GEEEBA.
The ceremony finished with the touching testimony of Monica Dawidowicz, member of the Honor Comity of the Centro Ana Frank and Survivor of the Shoá.
We specially want to thank the team of the Teatro San Martin and their director Jorge Telerman, for opening the doors of their prestigious institution, and to Relojes Montrarl, Mirta Dzienciolski, Monica Dzienciolski and Cynthia Cohen.
Also, to all the members of our prestigious jury, that year after year, face with great responsibility and dedication the task of reading and choosing the winners.
After the award ceremony for the winners of our Contests, we started the Intensive Seminary for the Elaboration of Educational Projects, destined to the winners of the contest.
This one had as a goal to give tools for the next instance: the 10 th Project Contest to reduce violence in the classrooms.
Those were two very intense days in which they worked diverse problematics related with the actual forms of discrimination and violence that live and concern youngsters now a days.
Bullying, cyberbullying, gender violence, disability and discrimination were some of the themes worked, debated and addressed in the workshops.
We want to thank INADI, Gerardo Mazur, Pablo Crespo and all our trainers for their participation in the seminary, and we hope to receive the educational projects! These ones will be evaluated by the jury that will select the finalists so they can defend their work in a colloquium in the month of December.
The days 3rd and 17th of September we celebrated two School Encounters.
It’s a long tradition of the Centro, to make this beautiful activity of reunion and encounter between schools of different origins, neighborhoods, religions, types and styles. Every school is unique, and that’s why is very enriching to present, know and exchange experiences with them.
In this opportunity we received the Escuela de Educación Secundaria Nuestra Señora de La Anunciación, Colegio Sagrado Corazón de Jesús and the Liceo 9 “Santiago Derqui” on September 3rd. And on September 17th, we received the Colegio Armenio Jrimian and the Escuela del Jacaranda.
The students toured the exhibitions and shared workshops of reflection about understanding and intervening in situation of violence in the daily life, and how to addressed them.
We thank the youngsters and teachers for their enthusiastic and active participation!
Till the next encounter!
For the ninth year in a row, Centro Ana Frank will take part in the Night of Museums, one of the biggest events in the City of Buenos Aires, which will take place in November 10th.
In the frame of the 10th Anniversary of Centro Ana Frank, and the 89th Anniversary of Anne Frank’s birth date, we invite you to enjoy a unique night with us, and get to know our proposals, which will turn this event into an unforgettable experience.
80 years after “The Night of the Broken Cristalls”, one of the most despicable episodes of violence in the hands of the Nazi regime, which took place between November 9th and 10th, 1938, the traces of the past bring us together one more time, to highlight the value of memory in the present, and express our absolute disapproval towards any act of aggression
As usual, the team of young volunteer guides will lead the different activities taking place at the Museum. Some of them are:
-Tours through the exhibitions: “Anne Frank. A history for today” and “From Dictatorship to Democracy. The permanence of human Rights”.
-Access to the recreation of the Secret Annex, where Anne Frank hid for two years with seven other people.
-Book store (with special discounts).
-Alternatives for the whole family.
We will also offer buffet service during the night.
We will be expecting you at Centro Ana Frank (Superi 2647), from 8 pm onwards.
The one- person play “The tree window and Anne Frank” has finally been performed to different authorities in an especial event that took place on September the 6th. The play is starred by Zoe Hochbaum, directed by Nicolás Gil Lavedra. The idea of the play was designed by, the director of the Centro, Hector Shalom, and the content producer and person in charge of publications of the Centro, Silvina Chemen.
The play tells the story of Eva, a young student, who, in the circumstances of a school assignment, learns about herself, the story of Anne Frank and the causes and consequences of genocides. The proposal shows many of the educative concepts elaborated and taught at the Museum and triggers people to get involved with acts of discrimination and take part in as a protector of the victim.
The preproduction of the play consisted in an intense work of the Centro in collaboration with the director and the producer team. Both the historiographic perspective and the matters taught at the Centro are a central part in the play, which shows the profound work carried out. In the 45 minutes length play, the children will get to know the 4 roles and will be encouraged to get involved to the history of Anne Frank as well as with the discrimination problems and consequences.
In October we continued the tour across Santa Fe Province within the framework of the cooperation agreement with the Government of the province. The exhibition “Anne Frank – a history for today” went first to Romang, along with “Traces of Violence.- Gazes through Gender” to be afterwards exposed in San Cristóbal, this time along with “From Dictatorship to Democracy – Human Rights today”. As usual, each one of these cities counted with successful volunteer peer guide trainings.
Likewise, as part of the cooperation agreement between the Centro and the Education and Memory programme, the exhibitions “Anne Frank – a history for today” and “Traces of Violence.- Gazes through Gender” were presented in Resistencia, Chaco. After a peer guide training the exhibitions remained open to public at Casa de las Culturas.
On the other hand, as representatives in Argentina of MICC (Model International Criminal Court) by Kreisau Initiative we coordinated this simulation of international criminal trials at Escuela Hogar Don Orione, in Tigre. On this occasion, penultimate year students got to turn themselves into prosecutors, defenders and judges during the three days the Model lasted.
We are very thankfull for the engagement with the project demonstrated by the authorities and students!
At the same time, the peer guide training for CISSAB jewish club was completed. These youngsters got trained in 3 instances in a row at the Centro so as to be prepared to be the ones in charge of the exhibition “Freedom to be” when it was showcased at this club.
Moreover, as well as in 2017, a new peer guide training took place in Ezeiza for the exhibitions “Anne Frank – a history for today” and “From Dictatorship to Democracy – Human Rights today” for them to be exposed at this locality in Greater Buenos Aires.
We invite 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.
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We look forward to your visit!
The museum 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 Saturday, September 8th, the youngsters of the Otto Frank Space got together to share a lovely afternoon, full of laughter and fun.
We left debate aside for a while, and games were main characters on this occasion. As usual, youngsters spread their energy and enthusiasm to make the event truly enjoyable.
Thank you so much for coming!
The last meeting of the Youth Thinking Space was a really special one. This time, we met at Centro Ana Frank on Wednesday, September 19th, and went together to the Space of Memory and Human Rights (former Center of Detention during the Dictatorship).
After our arrival, we went through the exhibition “We keep looking for them”, which tells the story of more than 100 grandsons/daughters who were recovered by “Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo”.
Finally, we gathered to listen to the testimony of Emilce Moler, activist for Youth and Human Rights, and survivor from the Night of Pencils. We thank Victoria Montenegro, Deputy for the City of Buenos Aires, who invited us.
Thanks for joining us!
A distance training oportunity open to the public, of short duration and free.
This course is the gateway to a vast and enriching field of work that can be deployed around the figure of Anne Frank and her history. It’s a source of inspiration and an invitation to reflect on coexistence, inclusion, non-violence and non-discrimination.
From the month of October and on you can register at any time you want!
Teacher: Alicia Ruiz
For more information, send your inquiry to email@example.com
The workshops continue, aimed to educators and professionals.
Teachers: PAULA BILDER-UBA-ME and MARIANA LAVARI UBA
The ESI (Integral sexual Education) Law and the integral approach that promotes it will be worked on in the workshop. The 5 conceptual focus points and the entrance gates of the ESI to the school. In a second instance, the participants will reflect on their own pedagogical practices and the ones of other colleagues, in order to problematize their view and build meaningful answers and proposals that strengthen their position in front of the challenges presented by the approach of the topics and problems covered by the teaching of ESI content.
Teachers: GABRIELA AUGUSTOWSKY UBA-FLACSO-COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID
Photographs are part of our lives, are ways of saying, thinking, making visible the rational and emotional, cognitive life and affective life. Photography is also an inescapable component of our culture and learning in the broadest sense.
This course deals with photography for teaching, understood as a valuable didactic tool for: showing, knowing, asking, questioning, motivating and inviting new generations to approach the life story of Anne Frank and reflect on the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination, as well as the importance of freedom, equality of rights and democracy.
The new and exclusive publications in various languages arrived at the Centro Ana Frank Argentina. Do not miss the incredible variety of books and products related to Anne Frank, her history, family and context.
The publications bring together an editorial body aimed at children, young people and adults.
You can also find content related to the Argentine Civic-Military Dictatorship, especially the mobilizers Testimonios para Nunca Más (Spanish version).
All the products are for sale and available to acquire at modest prices in Superí 2647, Museum hours.
You can get titles in English and Spanish. In addition to the exclusive historic model of the Anne Frank Huis.
The available titles in English are:
Anne Frank The diary of a young girl
Antisemitism: Past and Present
Outside it’s war
Titles in Spanish:
Anna Frank; Graphic Biography
Betina without showing up
The Diary of Anne Frank
The Ghetto of the eight doors
Experiences on education and memory about the Holocaust
The girl and her double
Read and write with Ana Frank (Fascicles 1 or 2)
Newspaper: 'La Voz de los chicos’
Who was who in the back house
Dream, think, write
Testimonials for Never Again
Texts and projects that build coexistence (Volumes 1, 2, 3 or 4)
All my names
All about Ana
MODEL TO ARM
Anne Frank House: Historical construction kit
The values reflected in the text are in Argentine pesos.
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For 9 years, the Museo Ana Frank has been carrying out the mission of spreading and reaching more and more people with the legacy of that inspiring girl, who with her creativity and courage gave us a message of resistance, inclusion and peace.
Today we invite you to collaborate with the realization of our goals and with everything that the figure of Ana symbolizes, so that her words may invite more children, youth and adults to reflect.
The Museum is undergoing a process of growth, we are building the first Ana Frank Theater in the world, a space for multiple artistic and educational expressions.
Today you have the opportunity to collaborate with the construction of this Theater with the amounts of:
You can also contribute so that more kids visit the Museum:
$ 240: 4 kids can visit the museum for free.
$ 540: 9 kids can visit the museum for free.
$ 900: 50% of a school group can accesse the museum free of charge.
$ 1500: 1 EDUCATIONAL KIT of the Museo Ana Frank, with publications, DVDs, exclusive work guides is donated to an educational institution to develop activities in the classroom.
Thank you very much!
*The visits to the Museum includes tours with our young volunteer guides and talks on the axes of non-violence, inclusion and human rights adapted for children.
Contributions are received by transfer to the following bank account:
Anne Frank Stichting Fund
CBU 1910218255221800990360 (dollar account)
Administration: email@example.com and (011) 3533-8505 (official receipts)
The values reflected in the text are in Argentine pesos.
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