were opened in Tbilisi Classical Gymnasium – “Read and write with Anne Frank”
and “Ann Frank – Actual History”. The exhibitions were officially opened by the
principal of the school Amiran Dzhamagidze, the first lady of Georgia and the association
of the UN. The exhibition is open for teenagers. Working hours of the exhibition
are every day except the weekend from 3 p.m till 6 p.m. The exhibition runs
till 15 June.
project “Anne Frank – Actual History is conducted with the assistance of Embassy
of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Georgia, the initiative of the first lady
of Georgia Sandra Roelofs - „Don't
Worry, Be Healthy!“, Anna Frank’s House and under the financial assistance of
UN association in Georgia, as well as the help of Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The project aims at getting the
youth familiarized with the issues as follow: Human Rights, diversity and
discrimination. In the scope of the project the Diary of Anne Frank was
translated from Dutch language into Georgian. It’s also planned to provide schools
with the book in 10 towns of Georgia and open the mobile exhibitions “Anne
Frank’s House from Amsterdam” in the same towns.