B’nai B’rith Courage to Care is an education program supported by a travelling exhibition that educates Australians about racism, bigotry and bullying, and promotes respect for diversity.

Conducted 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 are the stories of Upstanders: The Righteous Among the Nations and our own Local Heroes, in free exhibition program workshops or smaller-scale  Find Out More »

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A great day at Ballarat Youth Forum

On Friday 19 June, a team of Courage to Care volunteers drove up to Ballarat to participate in the City of Ballarat Youth Forum for Refugee Week. Peter Gaspar participated in a Q & A forum, Guy Blay held together our show and tell table, and David Better and Daniel Huppert presented a 45 minute workshop on what Courage to Care is all about. Find Out More »

And now we have a website!

After an 18 month gestation, the B'nai Br'rith Courage to Care website is finally up and running. Isn't it lovely? We're very happy to finally have a shopfront. We're still working on some material, and uploading photos and videos, and refining our design to make sure the website is as easy to navigate as we can make it. If you can't find your way around, or if you can't find any information you're looking for, please do let us know and we'll provide what you need by email. Find Out More »