Following organisations participate in the project:
National Museum of Contemporary History in Slovenia is the custodian of the exhibition in Slovenia. His representative Monika Močnik (project leader in Slovenia) is executing the project together with remaining team members.
Anne Frank House from Amsterdam is the main creator of the exhibition Anne Frank – The Story for Today. Their representatives have prepared training for our team, which has enabled the management of this project in Slovenia. It also provided catalogs for pupils – guidebooks in Slovene language and the model of the hiding place, which is also part of the exhibition. They also supported CrossingBorders (2016) and MemoryWalk (2017/18) workshops.
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Slovenia has financially supported the exhibition in 2014 and the international workshops (CrossingBorders) in 2016. They also provided the main prize for the essay competition of the non-profit publisher KUD Sodobnost International.
Union of the blind and partially sighted of Slovenia has provided the texts for the exhibition in Braille and in standardized enlarged font.
For more information about a specific organization please click on the name or the logo of an organization.
Where is the exhibition?
The exibition travels among Slovene elementary and high schools. It is be held approximately two months on every school it visits. Our goal is that the exibition reaches all Slovenian regions.
The exhibition is not set up during summer vacation. It will return in the autumn.
If you wish to know anything else, or just want to say hi, send us a message!
curator (National Museum of Contemporary History, Slovenia)
+386 (0) 1 / 300 96 34