Anne Frank Exhibition Volunteers

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The exhibition provides a space for open dialogue and reflection onissues of prejudice and discrimination within our society today. It includes poignant personal photos of Anne and her sister Margot, a near life-size replica of Anne’s bedroom in the Secret Annexe and powerful imagery depicting some of the social issues affecting the modern world.

This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in history, and in working for social justice.

By volunteering, you will be helping to spread our message against prejudice and discrimination and will support the Anne Frank Trust’s goal to create a society safe from prejudice and discrimination.

You will be responsible for welcoming visitors, keeping a count of numbers visiting, encouraging visitors to add their reflections and complete evaluations and for ensuring the exhibition is presented well at all times, for example, checking for damage and ensuring leaflets are always displayed.

Time commitment is tailored to each individual volunteer.

The exhibition is open: Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 9am – 5pm Thursday: 9am – 8pm (except Thursday 31st October) Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Volunteers can choose to volunteer as many or few days as they wish and can do so for a full day, a half day or for shifts of 2 hours at a time.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to develop their communication and presentation skills, as well as their knowledge of the Holocaust and Anne Frank’s story.

This will be an exciting experience for those who want to be involved in a community exhibition which brings diverse groups together to learn about the dangers of prejudice and discrimination and challenges people to think about how these issues are relevant today.

We welcome volunteers over 16 years of age

Contact govolunteer.union@newcastle.ac.uk for more information 

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