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Anne Frank Holocaust
Exhibition "Anne Frank and the Holocaust"

SGI holds exhibitions on human rights and, often in collaboration with other organizations and institutions, hosts a wide range of debates, discussions and seminars related to human rights and responsibilities.

As a key civil society contributor to the launching of the United Nations “World Programme for Human Rights Education” that began in 2005, SGI arranged consultations around the adoption of the resolution and participated in the finalization of the Programme’s draft plan of action.

In support of the UN Decade of Human Rights Education that ended in 2004, SGI took the exhibition “Toward A Century of Humanity: An Overview of Human Rights in Today’s World” to 40 cities in eight countries.

Since its opening in Tokyo in May 1994 in cooperation with the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the exhibition “The Courage to Remember: Anne Frank and the Holocaust” has been seen by over 2 million people around the country. It is the first such exhibit to be shown in Japan.

Children’s rights exhibitions created by SGI organizations have also been shown extensively throughout the U.S.A. and Japan.

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