The Embassy of the Netherlands, the International School of Luxembourg (ISL) and the Anne Frank House are organising the exhibition entitled "Anne Frank – A History for Today", a traveling international exhibition of the Anne Frank House (Amsterdam).

The exhibition is being hosted by the International School of Luxembourg (36 boulevard Pierre Dupong, L-1430 Luxembourg-Merl; ISL building 3) from 14 November - 2 December 2018. It has travelled all over the world and aims to show visitors that cultural, ethnic, religious and political differences between people exist in every society. The exhibition tells the story of Anne Frank and helps visitors to understand that a society where differences between people are respected does not come about by itself.

The exhibition can be visited with or without student guides. These guides are students who are taught about the historical context in which Anne Frank lived and challenge visitors to think about concepts such as tolerance, mutual respect, human rights and democracy.

Registration via, for either a Guided Tour (start 18:00 or 13:30) or General Admission without a tour.

This exhibition is in English and French

Dates to visit the exhibition:

Wednesday 14 November 18:00-20:00
Monday 19 November 18:00-20:00
Wednesday 21 November 18:00-20:00
Saturday 24 November 13:30-15:30
Sunday 25 November 13:30-15:30
Saturday 1 December 13:30-15:30
Sunday 2 December 13:30-15:30