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February 17, 2020 Monday 04:16:01 PM IST

Anne Frank- An Exhibition of World Perspectives

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Anne Frank- a History for today (a travelling exhibition) reached Kochi, with the combined efforts of the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam and Peaceworks of the Seagull foundation, Kolkata. The exhibition was held at the Bhavan’s Adarsha Vidyalaya in Kakkanad, Kochi.  The exhibition was set up by the student volunteers who went through a 2 -day peer guide training workshop, conducted by Ranitha Ray (Peaceworks). The peer guides were educated about the life of Anne Frank and why she is still relevant today. The workshop did not just give them the relevant training to conduct the exhibition, but will help the students gain better perspectives about the affairs of the world. The peer guides were also trained to set up the exhibition from scratch. They got a glimpse into what all goes into the designing, lighting and planning of an exhibition. By the end of the workshop the peer guides were capable of giving the visitors at the exhibition, a tour and explain what each of the exhibits depicted and its significance in today’s world. 

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