Together for Humanity Foundation

Together for Humanity fosters students’ interfaith and intercultural understanding, and in doing so brings communities together.

Together For Humanity works in Australian schools to foster intercultural understanding. We have teams in NSW and QLD and work with city and regional school communities. In three states we work in collaboration with partners: JCMA Victoria, Abraham Institute South Australia and Museum of Freedom and Tolerance Western Australia. 

COVID-19 and Together For Humanity – Updated 30 March

We acknowledge that schools, teachers, students and families are all facing challenging times over the next few months. Together for Humanity is still operating and is able to support schools, teachers and students in the following ways:

We provide a variety of online learning modules for students and teachers. These can be set as student lessons or as staff Professional Development. Click here for more information on our online learning programs.

All our school programs can be modified for remote learning. For example, we are currently working with several schools on remote wellbeing units for students, Stage 5 assessment tasks and online activities. If you would like to talk to one of our experienced educators about how we can support the learning needs of your students and teachers, please contact us at

Student Programs and Resources

Our teams deliver a range of face to face programs for students and school communities. We also offer online classroom materials, linked to the Australian Curriculum, for teachers to use with their students.


Professional development for teachers

Our teams deliver face to face workshops for teachers and educational organisations. We also provide four online professional learning courses for teachers. All workshops and courses are linked to The Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.