Australian school children have the unique opportunity to hear stories of positive bystander action – rescues from racism – from Holocaust survivors, their rescuers, and local heroes.
Courage to Care began as a travelling exhibition but was expanded to include a harmony workshop and discussions with Holocaust survivors and rescuers.
NSW chairman Andrew Havas says when the program began about 13 years ago, he expected the program to have a shelf-life of three to five years.
Shirley Way interviews Andrew and his colleague Gyongyi Horvath for 4ZZZ. (Interview used by permission)