Intolerance is often fuelled by the unknown.
By what’s considered to be different.
It begins with words and can lead to physical acts of violence.
We, at the Anne Frank House, believe that education is a powerful way to counter antisemitism, prejudice, inequality and discrimination.
By sharing personal stories of young people who face intolerance in their daily lives, we hope to change the perception towards those who are considered "different".
And by doing so, creating a more tolerant world.
A world without discrimination.
Download the AR APP and have an immersive experience inside the rooms of Anne Frank and four young people who face discrimination today.