Creators of the exhibition

The project and the exhibition were created by:

National Museum of Contemporary History

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

Anne Frank House from Amsterdam is the main creator of the exhibition Anne Frank – The Story for Today. Their representatives have prepared a 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.

Union of the blind and partially sighted

Union of the blind and partially sighted of Slovenia has provided the texts for the exhibition in Braille and in standardized enlarged font.

Sponsors and partners

The project runs the way it should with a big help of following organizations:

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands has financially supported the project. They have also provided the grand prize for the literally contest.

DID d.o.o. takes care of our printed handouts (posters, invites, …) and offers us free website hosting.

TNT Express Slovenia enabled free transport of the exhibition throughout Slovenia in the school year 2014/15.

Nonprofit publisher KUD Sodobnost International organized a literary competition in the school year 2014/15, connected to the book The Diary of a Young Girl.

Air France Slovenia has enabled the winner of the essay contest a free trip to Amsterdam with one of their parents/guardians.

SNG Opera in balet Ljubljana commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Grigory Frid a by staging its mono-opera The Diary of Anne Frank