The project was organized through the partnership of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and the financial support of the European Union (EU) and the Embassy of the Netherlands. The project aims for dialogue about tragedies such as those which occurred in Germany, Rwanda and the Balkans. The traveling exhibition, which has been held in 40 other countries, deals with the life of Anne Frank from her birth until the last days of her life, introducing visitors to her life and her writings which changed the world's outlook on child victims of war. The exhibition in Croatia is enriched with original Croatian material relating to the current regional context. Among the many panels is a photographic documentation of the fascist occupation of Croatia and the concentration camps there. Faculty Dean Damir Boras expressed his gratitute to the presentation during the opening ceremony, and said, "the faculty, which has existed for 345 years, gives special attention to intercultural education. Therefore we have Studies and Departments for different languages which foster different cultures. We are an institution on whose foundations modern Europe stands."

It was noted during the opening that the exhibition intends to draw attention to the problems arising from the racial and ethnic divisions which often generate conflicts in the world, it was said at the opening.

After Zagreb, the exhibition will tour the Croatian cities of Osijek, Rijeka and Split.