Tom Rockman Arielly and Lizzy Eaves tell us more about their roles as Project Manager and Education Manager for Anne Frank NZ and what the exhibition means to them Keep Reading
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Former Project Coordinator, Jai Breitnauer, tells us how she got involved with Anne Frank NZ and why it's so important for people in Aotearoa to connect with Anne's story and contemporary discrimination issues Keep Reading
Come and see the exhibition at the The National Army Museum. Comprising of photography, film and modern testimonials, the exhibition takes you through the via the writing of Anne Frank, and into modern-day discussions about prejudice. Keep Reading
We're approaching six months of Anne Frank in New Zealand, and to mark this milestone I’d like to take a moment to celebrate and reflect Keep Reading
Two Auckland students talk about their experience of being peer guides for Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself Keep Reading
Read more about the success of our education programme for Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself Keep Reading
Meet Chris Harris - the National Director of Education for HCNZ Keep Reading
It’s with some pride and anticipation we launch our new website. Here we are in August 2017 and our museum can be displayed in today’s online technology. Yet the Porirua Hospital Museum and Resource Centre is housed in the hospital’s old F-Ward, which was built in 1909. Incidentally, 1909 is the year Ernest Shackelton found the... Keep Reading