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“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

The Courage to Care program and interactive exhibition is a community outreach initiative that demonstrates to students the importance
of standing up to bullying and prejudice wherever it occurs. With relevant links to the curriculum, it provokes conversations about social justice and bystander intervention in our communities.

Through survivors of the Holocaust and their rescuers, Courage to Care empowers students to recognise that through their actions,
they can make a difference in their own lives when confronted by discrimination, prejudice and bullying.


  • To empower participants to be Upstanders in the face of injustice, by giving them an understanding of the consequences of prejudice both on the individual and on society, and the recognition that each person can make a difference.
  • To promote a peaceful society, with understanding and respect for all.
  • To educate participants that each person can make a difference and that ordinary people can do extraordinary acts.