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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.

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 are the stories of Upstanders: The Righteous Among the Nations Find Out More »

Latest News

Meet an Upstander: Shaylene Black

The irony of being a white Indigenous woman, whose surname is Black, has not been lost on Shaylene Black, who was named a Courage to Care Local Hero. Shaylene has struggled to come to terms with other people’s perceptions of what being Aboriginal means. Find Out More »

Exhibition Opening: Cranbourne 2015

Invitations have just gone out for the Cranbourne Exhibition official opening on Wednesday 26 August. We'll be featuring a Keynote Address by  Jewish Christian Muslim Association representative Samar Mourghabel, personal testimony of Holocaust survivor speaker Marianne Schwarz, and music by students of Lyndhurst Secondary College. Find Out More »