#Chances4Children: Workshops inspired by Anne Frank ‘significantly reduce prejudice’ in young people

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Young people participating in education programmes run by the Anne Frank Trust UK benefit from “significant and long-lasting anti-prejudice outcomes”,’ a new report shows.

The Anne Frank Trust UK holds anti-bullying workshops. Picture: Anne Frank Trust UK
The Anne Frank Trust UK holds anti-bullying workshops. Picture: Anne Frank Trust UK

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