Courage to Care to launch new Sydney exhibition

February 23, 2018 by Community Editor
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Courage to Care is a volunteer-based not for profit organisation that empowers individuals to stand up against prejudice and discrimination.

Using Holocaust survivor stories of their rescue as an example, the program educates visitors towards an understanding of the roles of the victim, perpetrator and bystander. Participants are empowered to take positive action against discrimination in all forms – to not be bystanders, but to make a difference whenever possible.

The Exhibition runs from March 8th– 28th and includes first hand survivor stories, guided tours and an anti-discrimination workshop. We have two sessions a day 10am and 2pm, Monday – Thursday & Sunday. We can also organise after hour programs for your group if requested. Sessions run for 1 ½ hrs. Booking is essential. Exhibition and workshops are all entirely free of charge.


As part of our Local Hero segment of the exhibition, we are showcasing Genevieve Radnan who has founded a charity called Gennarosity Abroad, a not for profit organisation that helps train and create job opportunities for marginalised communities in Kenya.


“We are thrilled to bring our exhibition to B’nai B’rith in Sydney so that our donors, supporters and the wider community can experience the exhibition first hand.”, said Courage to Care Chairperson Juliet Seifert. “I urge everyone to take the opportunity to both see the exhibition and learn how Courage to Care delivers its key message that ‘every individual can make a difference’.”

Launch Details:

When:            Sunday March 11th

Time:             3pm

Venue:           UNSW, Barker Street, in the B’nai B’rith Centre (opposite McDonalds).

Speakers:    Dr Stepan Kerkyasharian AO and Genevieve Radnan

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