Jun 6, 2014 - International Youth Conference. Anne Frank House, Amsterdam. 10-14 August 2014. âWe cannot change what h
International Youth Conference Anne Frank House, Amsterdam 10-14 August 2014 “We cannot change what happened anymore. The only thing we can do is to learn from the past and to realize what discrimination and persecution of innocent people means. I believe that it’s everyone’s responsibility to fight prejudice.’’ - OTTO FRANK Final date for application June 6th 2014 Are you between the ages of 18 and 25? Have you been active before as a participant or volunteer in Anne Frank House projects? Would you like to meet people from all over the world? Are you ready to start your own project? Then join us in Amsterdam at the International Youth Conference at the Anne Frank House this August! This year, the Anne Frank House commemorates the 85th anniversary of Anne Frank. Anne’s father, Otto Frank, founded the Anne Frank House in 1957 and envisioned to bring together young people from all over the world to meet, create mutual understanding and share their common ideals inspired by Anne Frank. Otto Frank saw the Anne Frank House as a place serving as a warning from the past, building the present and dreaming the future. To honor this tradition, the Anne Frank House organizes a 5-day International Youth Conference, between August 10th-14th 2014 in Amsterdam. During the conference, participants have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House and be inspired by young people from all over the world who have worked on Anne Frank House projects. The program helps you acquire skills on how to set up, plan and manage your own project and work in a team. After the week in Amsterdam you will go back home and implement your own project with support from the Anne Frank House. And now you can also be a part of this tradition by applying before June 6th! All travel (from the country of origin to the Netherlands) and five nights’ accommodation will be booked and covered by the Anne Frank House. Participants will share rooms with other participants at the Stayokay Vondelpark Hostel. When? August 10-14th 2014 Where? Amsterdam For whom? Young people between 18 and 25 who have participated or volunteered for the Anne Frank House.
What are the requirements and conditions for participation?
Application by sending us a 1 minute film, your profile picture and filling out the application form below. Commit to participate during the 5 days of the Conference Speak and communicate in English as the working language of the conference will be English Commit to organize an educational activity (workshop at your school/university, debate, film screening, etc) upon your return. All participants will receive a small grant for implementing their activity. Actively participate and share your work through social media.
How do I apply? Fill out this application form before June 6 2014. Send us a short film pitch with the answers to the questions below (max 1 minute) and your profile picture through wetransfer.com to [email protected]
As soon as you have done this your application will be complete and you will hear from us before June 13th whether you have been selected.
APPLY HERE About the film Tell us why YOU should be chosen to participate in the International Youth Conference in Amsterdam. You may introduce yourself in your own language. Notice; parts of your film may also be used in promotional films in the future for the AFH. In your film, we would like to ask you to answer the following questions in English: 1) What meaning does Anne Frank’s story have to you personally? (To me, Anne Frank is….) 2) What meaning does Anne Frank’s story have in 2014 to the place and country you live in? (In my country Anne is seen as …/ In my country we face discrimination as well…) 3) How does Anne Frank’s story inspire you to keep her ideals alive? (Just like Anne, I want to speak out to the world to…) Some practical tips for the filming: -
If you use your smart phone or tablet, keep it horizontal. Make sure the sound is of good quality, try to use an extra microphone when using a video camera. If other people appear in your film, ask for their permission on a separate film or written approval. If you use music, make sure you have the right to use it for free.