The project "Stark im Amt!" [Strong in Office!] of the Anne Frank Educational Center imparts knowledge and expertise to HR managers, employees and apprentices in public administration - from local authorities to the Federal Office.
Through targeted counselling and advanced training, employees will be able to identify elements and manifestations of antisemitic and racist ideologies in order to combat any discrimination amongst the employees as well as any prejudice against people who use public services, using a preventive approach.
These concepts are related to measures of a critically reflective diversity management:
Together with a project partner from the field of business consultancy, the focus is on the task of preventing discrimination, which is frequently neglected. Executives can also obtain advice and support.
As a center for political education and counselling, the Anne Frank Educational Center is active in Frankfurt (Hesse) and across the whole country in order to sensitize young people and adults to antisemitism, racism and other forms of misanthropy – and to resource them for active participation in an open, democratic society.
Since it was founded in 1994, the educational center has based its diverse activities on Anne Frank's aspiration for a world without hatred and violence, as well as the human message of her world-famous diary.