Together for Humanity Foundation

The world needs more understanding and less prejudice. Australians live in a generally tolerant multicultural society yet our  differences of belief - including beliefs that are non-religious - and culture sometimes divide us.

Many young people have never met an Aboriginal person, a Jew or a Muslim. Research shows that mere information is not enough to  eliminate prejudice and misunderstandings. By engaging children and adults in positive experiences of diversity and teaching them  about different religions and cultures, Together for Humanity looks to address divisions and replace them with mutual respect and cooperation.

Book our Intercultural Understanding workshops now for your school for Harmony Day or anytime in 2015, click here to book.


Our free Difference Differently on-line teaching resource helps teachers  incorporate intercultural understanding in their lessons.Difference Differently has been funded by the Department of Education,  Employment and Workplace Relations and is aligned with the Australian History, Geography, English and Civic & Citizenship curricula.

Activities in schools and the community supported by...
Community Relations
Commission For a
Multicultural NSW