Together for Humanity
is a not-for-profit organisation that is helping schools, organisations and communities
to respond effectively to differences of culture and belief.
We do this by bringing students, teachers and those in the community into contact with
people from diverse backgrounds in an open, supportive and enjoyable setting —
this inspires interest, empathy and understanding as well as questioning existing prejudices and
encouraging greater appreciation of others as people.
Read more about us.
Invite Us To Your School.Bookings now open.
Resource for Intercultural Understanding...
The Difference Differently on-line teaching resource allows teachers to prepare lessons
incorporating diversity education while maintaining alignment with the Australian Curriculum.
See our Difference Differently web site.
TFH members are invited to renew their membership.
The membership fee is $60 for the year 2013-2014.
Please click here to make a payment.
If you are not a member and are interested in membership please contact Zalman Kastel via email
or phone 0423 981 368.
Together For Humanity in Schools...
Over 75,000 Australian students have participated in our primary and secondary school courses across the nation.
Our methods improve intercultural understanding between students of different backgrounds
laying the foundations for tolerant and inclusive citizens.
(See the video on the right for more information).
ABC's 7:30 Report presented an article on Together For Humanity.
See the 7:30 Report here.
Pioneering diversity education...
One of the most challenging aspects of being a parent or teacher is being responsible for
the healthy development of your child's internal moral compass.
Our pioneering diversity education methodologies have measurable outcomes that make a positive and tangible
difference to tolerance and cross cultural cooperation in students aged 10-16.
The numbers really speak for themselves. (Read more... summary or
detailed independant report)