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
The first teaching seminar organized by our Teacher Training Institute “Anne Frank: Coexistence and Inclusion” will be carried out throughout 2016, with instances in both Amsterdam and Buenos Aires. The seminar will include modules on:
On November 17th, the national public children’s network Pakapaka premiered an episode of “La asombrosa excursión de Zamba” (Zamba’s amazing field-trip) where the acclaimed character visits historically relevant people in order to understand and learn the importance of an active Memory. Through the characters of Anne Frank, Vahan Tekeyan (Armenian poet and activist), Rigoberta Menchú (Guatemalan indigenous leader and Human Rights activist) and Immaculé Ilibagiza (Rhuandan writer and tutsie survivor), the episode explains the concepts of Genocide, Human Rights, Memory, and Freedom, among others. The episode, for which Centro Ana Frank provided content advisory, has now been viewed by over 39.000 people.
In closing our Newspaper Project “Anne wrote her Diary, now we write ours: Students who read to learn and write to tell”, Centro Ana Frank Argentina representatives visited participating schools and delivered printed issues of The Kids’s Voice to its authors. The newspaper was created using pieces from each of the 35 participating schools and includes teaching proposal so it can be used in the classroom. The experiences in the schools were moving. We would like to thank and congratulate the participating schools for the their dedication and commitment, and hope they will join us again next year.
On November 20th and 21st, several youngsters decided to invest their time in educating themselves on the importance of the story of Anne Frank and Human Rights for coexistence. We welcome them to the group of over 570 volunteer guides with open arms.
On Saturday December 5th a closing workshop was carried out with the class of the Teacher’s Training Institute first online course: “Anne Frank and Writing as a Practice for Freedom”