Courage to Care

A not for profit  travelling education program that transforms bystander behaviour by using the Holocaust as a medium to explore racism, prejudice, discrimination and bullying, and to highlight the acts of Upstanders, the ‘Righteous Among the Nations’ (those men and women who risked their own lives to save others) and the heroes of other genocides whose courage saved lives.

By highlighting the importance of standing up to bullying and prejudice whenever it occurs, Courage to Care empowers and inspires participants to take positive action, to be Upstanders rather than bystanders to discrimination in all forms, from the school yard to the workplace. Courage to Care offers workshops for schools, community groups and workplaces.

The Program is wholly delivered by volunteers. Find Out More »

Latest News

We can’t just ignore hate

The recent rally by white supremacists on St Kilda beach shocked many Australians. Courage to Care urges that Australians respond not just by putting pen to paper or demonstrating in protest, but by emphasising education about racism, prejudice and discrimination, and the power of standing up against such hateful human traits. Opinion piece published in the Herald Sun 20 January 2019 Find Out More »

Courage to Care National Conference

An opportunity for volunteers of all State Courage to Care bodies across Australia to come together to discover, discuss and develop new ideas for a more national approach to cooperation, collaboration and coordination while maintaining state autonomy and growing program delivery and professionalism. Program details can be downloaded HERE  Register to participate HERE  Find Out More »