Stand up, Speak out, Speak out, Make a Difference 2014: Anne Frank [+ you}

Join us for the exhibition launch on Wednesday 19th March 2014 or book a guided visit for a school group.

Stand up, Speak out, Speak out, Make a Difference 2014: Anne Frank [+ you}

 

Bradford is hosting the fourth visit of the Anne Frank [+ you} touring exhibition in March-April 2014. The exhibition is part of the Stand up, Speak out, Speak out, Make a Difference programme coordinated by the Diversity and Cohesion Service at Bradford Council.

 

Join us for the exhibition launch on 19th March 2014 at Kala Sangam from 6:00pm till 8:00pm. The night will feature the first ambassador guided preview of the exhibition this year. Also an exclusive drama performance about grooming by Ignite - Tong High School’s Theatre Company, a Rap performance from Bradford Literacy Hub manager - Imran Hafeez, and Speaking about the Syrian humanitarian crisis first hand – Hisham Al-Mahayni.

 

See launch invite

Please RSVP before 10th March.

 

Alternatively book a visit for a school group of 30 to be guided around the exhibition by our ambassadors.

 

Over 120 children from 10 secondary schools from across the district have been trained as Ambassadors and through pupil voice, they will guide other school children and members of the public around the exhibition telling Anne Frank’s story from her dairy and relating the issues they think affect them today as young people.

 

There are two 2-hour slots for schools each day, between 10.00 and 12.00 and between 12.45 and 2.45. Each session will include workshop activities as well as being guided around the exhibition by student ambassadors. See links below for more details about the exhibition and how to book a visit.

 

Flyer

Booking form

 

For more information about the project contact:

Alina Khan

alina.khan@bradford.gov.uk

01274385620

 

For information about bookings contact:

Michelle Mapfumo

michelle.mapfumo@bradford.gov.uk

01274 378415

 


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Published: 04/03/2014
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Contact: Michelle Mapfumo

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