Courage to Care Exhibition and Educational Program
Courage to Care is an award winning education program supported by a travelling exhibition that educates Australians about racism, bigotry and bullying, and promotes respect for diversity.
The exhibition is a free even, open to the General Public and offers a two hour educational program is to schools for senior school students.
Developed and delivered by an amazing team of trained volunteers, the program inspires Australians to understand that each person can make a difference by choosing to be an ‘Upstander’ in the face of prejudice and bullying. Central to the program are the stories of the Righteous Among the Nations, those courageous people who saved Jews during World War Two, often at great personal risk and told through the testimony of Holocaust survivors whose lives were saved by the extraordinary actions of ordinary people.
The exhibition includes a new contemporary display with interactive technology. The program and general entry to the exhibition are FREE. For school bookings and guided public viewings contact the number provided.