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World

  • Address Directory - Politicians Of The World
    Monarchs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, Provincial Governors - 195 Countries
  • AMARC
    an international non-governmental organization serving the community radio movement. Its goal is to support and contribute to the development of community and participatory radio along the principals of solidarity and international cooperation. All continents are represented on AMARC's Board of Directors.
    Français/ English/Español
  • The Black Diaspora Consortium
    BDC is a collaborative effort of scholars and activists committed to actively working for social justice for (by, and with) African and African descended populations. The BDC produces analytical and practical resources, regarding the effects of anti-black racisms in the Americas and abroad which condition ways in which race, gender, sexuality, class and nationality are lived. We are particularly interested in making critical interventions under the analytical rubric of Racial Formations: Diaspora Theory and Praxis; Race and Resources; and Transnational Exchanges (of goods, people and ideas).
  • Consorcio de la Diaspora Negra
    El consorcio de la diaspora negra (CDN) es un esfuerzo colaborativo de educadores y activistas comprometidos en trabajar activamente por la justicia social para (con y por) comunidades afro-descendientes y africanas. El CDN produce recursos analíticos y prácticos basados en la investigación de los efectos del racismo anti-negro en las Américas y otras regiones; racismos que condicionan las formas en que raza, genero, sexualidad, clase y nacionalidad son vividos. Estamos particularmente interesados en realizar intervenciones criticas bajo la rubrica del análisis de formaciones raciales: teoría diasporica y praxis, raza y recursos e interacciones transnacionales (de bienes, gente e ideas).
  • Consórcio da Diáspora Negra O Consórcio da Diáspora Negra (CDN) é um esforço de cooperação entre pesquisadores acadêmicos e militantes comprometidos em trabalhar ativamente por justiça social para, com e através da iniciativa de populações africanas e afro-descendentes. O CDN produz recursos analíticos e práticos que analisam os efeitos do racismo anti-negro nas Américas (e em outros continentes) que condicionam as formas em que as dimensões de raça, gênero, sexualidade, classe e nacionalidade são vividas. Estamos particularmente interessados em fazer intervenções críticas sob a perspectiva analítica de Formações Raciais: Teoria e Práxis da Diáspora; Raça e Recursos; e Intercâmbios Transnacionais (de mercadorias, pessoas e idéias).
  • Consortium de la Diaspora Noire
    Le Consortium de la Diaspora Noire (CDN) est le résultat d'un effort collaboratif de professionnels de l'education supérieure et d'activistes engagés á promouvoir et á defendre la justice sociale pour (par/avec) les communautés africaines et afro-descendantes. Le CDN produit des ressources analytiques et pratiques traitant des effets du racisme anti-noir et plus précisement de ses intersections avec les positions socio-culturelles des individus en ce qui concerne la race, le sexe, la sexualité et la nationalité en Amérique et dans le monde en général. Nous nous dédions plus particulièrement á la production d'interventions critiques sous la rubrique anaytique de la formation raciale (ou racialisation): théorie et pratique de la diaspora, race et ressources et la transnationalisation des échanges (de personnes, d'idées et de biens et services).
  • ColorQ.
    Interracial relations between non-European peoples.
  • DECEMBER 18
    Portal for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Migrants - Portail pour la promotion et la défense des droits des migrants - Portal para la promoción y protección de los derechos de los migrantes
  • DMOZ Society
    The Open Directory Project's goal is to produce the most comprehensive directory of the web, by relying on a vast army of volunteer editors.
  • Ethics Updates
    on Race, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism is designed primarily to be used by ethics instructors and their students. Ethics Discussion Forums, Suggestions, Mailing List, Search Ethics Updates, Search Internet Resources, Bibliographical Guide, Discussion Questions, Literature on Race, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism.
  • GOPIO
    Global Organization of People of Indian Origin
  • Idealist an online resource for nonprofit and community organizations (20,000 organizations in 140 countries) and the people they serve.Idealist allows organizations - whether they have a Website or not - to enter and update information about their services, volunteer opportunities, job openings, internships, upcoming events, and any material or publication they have produced.
  • IFEX
    As profound violations of the right to free expression continue around the globe, the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) has emerged as a strong and growing force of opposition against these violations.
    IFEX was born in 1992 when many of the world's leading freedom of expression organizations came together in Montreal to discuss how best to further their collective goals.
    At its core, IFEX is made up of organisations whose members refuse to turn away when those who have the courage to insist upon their fundamental human right to free expression are censored, brutalized or killed. Comprised of 72 organisations - located everywhere from the Pacific Islands to Europe to West Africa - IFEX draws together a tremendously diverse and dedicated global community.
  • the World Homeless Union
    an informal association of socially responsible neighborhood, community, educational, civic, social, cultural, religious and political groups, clubs, associations, alliances, coalitions, churches, charities, agencies, institutions, corporations, unions and other organizations -- in unity and solidarity with the millions of homeless, and with the billions of near-homeless men, women and children struggling for freedom from poverty and oppression throughout the world. All socially responsible organizations around the globe qualify for association with the World Homeless Union. Organizations promoting war, violence, poverty, racism, sexism and other forms of oppression do not qualify for association with the World Homeless Union, nor do business and commercial enterprises seeking, to profit financially from World Homeless Union association.
  • International Federation of Journalists
  • IFLRY
    The International Federation of Liberal and Radical Youth is the platform for cooperation among liberal and radical youth organisations in the world. IFLRY's policies are based on the belief in the universality and indivisibility of human rights. As liberals and radicals we strive for a tolerant society without any form of discrimination and for equal opportunities.
  • Migrants rights
    This site was set up by the International Steering Committee for the Campaign for Ratification of the Migrants Rights Convention.
    Ce site est une initiative du Comité directeur international de la campagne pour la ratification de la Convention sur les droits des migrants.
    Este sitio fue establecido por el Comité Directivo Internacional para la Campaña mundial por la ratificación de la Convención sobre los derechos de los trabajadores migratorios.
  • International Organization for Migration (IOM)
    is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. As an intergovernmental body, IOM acts with its partners in the international community to:
    Assist in meeting the operational challenges of migration;
    Advance understanding of migration issues;
    Encourage social and economic development through migration;
    Uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants.
  • Migrants Rights International
    The International Migrants Rights Watch Committee (Migrants Rights Watch or IMRWC) was founded in September 1994, in Cairo, Egypt at the International Conference on Population and Development. IMRWC was created to serve as an independent expert international human rights monitoring body focusing on migrants. Its formal objectives are to:
    -promote recognition and respect for the rights of all migrants;
    -advocate for the ratification of the 1990 International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families;
    -facilitate the work of migrant associations and NGOs.
  • MRG
    Minority Rights Group International. Non-gouvernmental organisation, based in London,UK. Promotes the rights of ethnic, linguistic and religious minorities.
  • Netaid
    UNESCO helps, through its development strategies, to create an environment conducive to poverty alleviation. UNESCO particularly promotes informal and community-based approaches which - by capitalizing on the skills and capacities of the poor themselves - are aimed at helping them to devise their own strategies to rise out of poverty. This site features information on concrete projects in the areas of Education, Culture, Communication, Social Development and the Environment.
  • 1 world communication
    a non-profit organization that gathers and publishes news, opinion, and analysis on regional conflicts, the environment, human rights, and labor issues from local activists and journalists around the world. The site features international news, as well as specific sections on Aceh, Bolivia, Brazil, Chechnya, Colombia, East Timor, Ecuador, the Kurdish People, Mexico, the Middle East, and Tibet. It also contains articles on child labor, the impact of globalization, labor news, international boycotts.
  • Saxakali
    Connecting people of color through online education and networking
  • Saxakali Community Link-Up
    Links to issues, resources and other organizations working among communities of color.
  • The State of the World Forum
    non profit organization dedicated to establishing a global network of leaders, citizens and institutions committed to discerning and implementing the principles, values and actions necessary to guide humanity wisely as it gives shape to an increasingly global and interdependent civilization.
  • Teenagers against racism
    An online community for teenagers and young people from all over the world to come together as one and fight racism.
  • Union of International Associations
    Clearing house for information on over 40,000 international non-profit organizations and constituencies.
  • UN Chronicle Online
    Online edition of the UN Chronicle, the flagship magazine of the United Nations. Provides feature articles and exclusive UN perpectives on a wide range of international issues.
  • UNRISD
    The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development is an autonomous agency engaging in multi-disciplinary research on the social dimensions of contemporary problems affecting development.
  • The World Socialist Web Site.
    The World Socialist Web Site provides daily analysis of major world events, and comments on political, cultural, historical, scientific and philosophical issues. It also presents valuable documents from the heritage of the socialist movement.

Asia & Pacific

  • Asian Human Rights Commission
  • Asian Migrants
    on-line magazine of the Asian Migrant Centre. News and features on migration issues, activities, events, statements, documents archives, links to websites/email of other organisations, publications list, a database of cases of migrants' rights violations.
  • Asian Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM)
    APMM is a cause-oriented regional center committed to support the migrants' movement through advocacy, organizing, and building linkages for the advancement of migrants' rights.
  • Choike A Portal on Southern Civil Societies.
  • IMADR
    International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (Japanese/English)
  • The South Asia Citizen's Web
    independent space on the net to promote dialogue and information exchange between and about South Asian citizens initiatives[located in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and in their diasporic communities]. The main rubrics on this site are - Civil Society, Peace, Democracy, Secularism, social movements, the women's movement, Environmental Campaigns, labour movement activism, human rights groups and campaigns, citizens action against Communalism and Religious fundamentalism, news, films, journals contents pages, research projects and book catalogues.
  • We are one!
    site about racism which is also an entry for Thinkquest - an international webpage competition for students. Made by Junde from Singapore.

North & South America & Carribean

  • Comafrica Institute ComAfrica Institute, the former Brazilian Committee of Solidarity with the Peoples of South Africa and Namibia – COMAFRICA, established 22 August, 1985, now present on the World Wide Web, is continuing the bridging between academic research in International Relations and the practice of foreign policy as a public policy by civil society in Brazil.
  • Instituto ComÁfrica O Instituto ComÁfrica, antigo Comitê Brasileiro de Solidariedade aos Povos da África do Sul e Namíbia – COMÁFRICA, fundado em 22.08.1985, agora presente na rede mundial Internet, dá continuidade à ponte entre pesquisa acadêmica e a efetivação da política externa como política pública pela sociedade civil no Brasil.
  • The Cuba Free Press Project/ Proyecto Cuba Prensa Libre
  • MAVIN
    internationally distributed print and online magazine that celebrates the mixed race experience. The word "mavin" has roots in Aramaic and Hebrew and literally means, "one who understands." We started MAVIN magazine as a way for mixed race and transracially adopted people to celebrate their mixed race experiences. For too long, those outside of the experience have put their own labels on us; MAVIN is an affirmation of the mixed race experience by those who know it most intimately.
  • News Watch
    project of the Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism of the San Francisco State University Journalism Department. The project is a collaboration between the Native American Journalists Association, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Asian American Journalists Association and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.
  • Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance.
    We are an multi-faith group of four volunteers, who follow four different religious beliefs. We are different from just about every other Web site on the Internet - We do not promote any particular denomination or religion. We promote neither the pro-choice or pro-life stance on any issue. Each of us has very definite personal beliefs about everything from the nature of God to the morality of abortion. But we don't try to advocate those beliefs. Rather, we explain what other individuals and groups believe, as accurately and objectively as we can.
  • Race Bridges.
    This site is devoted to bringing the races together in projects that seek to bridge racial division. RaceBridges seeks to increase interracial understanding and cooperation with Web projects and events that affirm our dignity and equality. RaceBridges seeks to illuminate the human strengths and gifts that unite us, demonstrating that they are far stronger and deeper than what divides us.

Europe, Russia & Near East

  • Accepting Diversity
    a manual directed at those who intend to educate young people to accept diversity. These may be school teachers or people who wish to organize a training course on diversity. The minimum and maximum age groups of the children have not been set, as the choice must depend on the educator, in accordance with the place and circumstances in which he/she works.
  • Accepter la diversité
    un manuel à l'intention de tous ceux – enseignants, éducateurs, formateurs, qui souhaitent aborder la question de la diversité humaine au sein d'un groupe de jeunes et leur apprendre à accepter cette diversité. C'est délibérément que nous n'avons pas fixé de limite d'âge pour le groupe, car le choix dépend de l'éducateur en fonction de la zone géographique et des conditions dans lesquelles il ou elle travaille.
  • Anti Fascist Network Europe
  • Aids in Russia
  • Bully On Line
    provides insight, information, and practical advice on bullying, the underlying behaviour of harassment, discrimination, prejudice, abuse and conflict.
  • Centre for Islam in Europe
    (Ghent University) This multilingual site (English, Dutch, French, German, Turkish and Arab) presents the programme, scientific projects, papers, educational activities, etc. of the Ghent Centre for Islam in Europe. The CIE is an academic centre for research, education and interaction. It aims at giving European Islam an academic status while developing tools for combatting racism (anti-muslimism).
  • Civic Action in Eurasia
    Resources, NGOs, and Research Related to Civic Action in Eurasia
  • ECMI
    The European Centre for Minority Issues is a non-partisan, bi-national institution founded in 1996 by the Governments of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the German State of Schleswig-Holstein. The three founders are represented by the Danish Ministry of Research and Information Technology, the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, and the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Cultural Affairs.
  • The European Centre
    international centre for social research, policy, information and training. It is an intergovernmental organization focused on social welfare, affiliated to the United Nations.
  • European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia
    The primary task of the Centre is to provide the EU Community and its Member States with objective, reliable and comparable data at European level on the phenomena of racism, xenophobia an anti-Semitism in order to help them when they take measures or formulate courses of action within their respectives spheres of competence. The Centre studies the extent and development of the phenomena and manifestations of racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism, analyses their causes, consequences and effects and examines examples of good practice in dealing with them.
  • European Network Against Racism
    ENAR is a network of European NGOs working to combat racism in all EU member states. Its establishment was a major outcome of the 1997 European Year Against Racism. ENAR aims to fight racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, to promote equality of treatment between EU citizens and third country nationals, and to link local/regional/national initiatives with European initiatives. ENAR's vision is of a world free from racism.
  • ENAR: Réseau européen contre le racisme
    ENAR est un réseau d'ONG européennes oeuvrant pour lutter contre le racisme dans tous les Etats membres de l'Union européenne (UE). Il représente l'une des grandes réalisations de l'Année européenne contre le racisme de 1997. ENAR est fermement résolu à lutter contre le racisme, la xénophobie, l'antisémitisme et l'islamophobie, à promouvoir l'égalité de traitement entre citoyens de l'UE et ressortissants de pays tiers et à assurer la liaison entre les initiatives locales/régionales/nationales et les initiatives européennes. ENAR a pour vision un monde exempt de racisme.
  • The Eurasia Research Center.
    The Eurasia Research Center Web Site features in depth research reports, news analysis, and links to newspaper articles and wire service reports with breaking news on the Balkans, Baltic States, Central Europe, the Caucasus, formerly Soviet Central Asia, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Also featured are direct links to pages with information on politics, issues of war and peace, culture, and social, economic and human rights conditions in Post Cold War Eurasia. The Eurasia Research Center EurasiaNews service provides special reports on crisis regions of Eurasia such as Bosnia, Chechnya, Kosova, Karabakh, Abkhazia, Afghanistan, Kurdistan, and Tajikistan.
  • Info-Türk
    a Turco-European working group founded in 1974, has the honour of having published in Europe the only bilingual periodical on Turkey without any interruption for twenty three years. In order to inform the world opinion of the social, economic, cultural and political life of Turkey and the problems of the immigration coming from that country, Info-Türk has also published for over 25 years many books, pamphlets, files, records and cassettes in different languages, mainly in English, French, Dutch, German and Turkish. Denouncing the violations of human rights in that country, Info-Türk contributes to the struggle for democracy in Turkey as well.
  • ISAR
    Initiative for Social Action and Renewal in Eurasia is a nonprofit organization with offices in Washington, DC and six cities in the former Soviet Union. Our work is guided by the belief that meeting current social and ecological challenges depends on more equitable distribution of resources, open access to information and greater cooperation among groups and individuals.
  • The Metropolis Project
    An international forum for research and policy on migration and cities.
  • Minority Electronic Resources.
    directory of resources on minority human rights and related problems of the transition period in Eastern and Central Europe.
  • Minorities of Europe (MoE)
    ‘Pan European Inter-minority project' which seeks to support and assist the co-operation, solidarity and exchange between different minority communities and young people in Europe.
    MoE was established in 1995 as a result of the Council of Europe's campaign against racism, anti-semitism, xenophobia and intolerance across the continent of Europe. The campaign, entitled ‘All different – All Equal', reflected widespread concerns about the rising levels of racism and xenophobia, and the debilitating sense of isolation endured by many minority groups, not only within their own societies but also with similarly situated groups and communities in other countries.
  • Policing for a multi-ethnic society
    The Foundation 'Policing for a Multi-Ethnic Society' works in the field of anti-discrimination. It has as goal the promotion, presentation and distribution of the 'Rotterdam Charter' in the European countries. The purpose of this Charter is to identify the different actions that are needed to implement police services in the European multi-ethnic society.
  • Pop-up European Youth Online Magazine
  • SOLIDAR
    independent international alliance of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that are involved in social service provision, international co-operation, humanitarian aid and life-long learning, and are historically linked to the free and democratic labour and trade union movement. SOLIDAR was formally set up in Germany in 1951 with the name International Workers Aid.
    une alliance internationale indépendante d'organisations non-gouvernementales (ONG) engagées dans la fourniture de services sociaux, la coopération internationale, l'aide humanitaire et la formation continue, historiquement liées au mouvement libre et démocratique du travail et des syndicats. SOLIDAR a été formellement instituée en 1951 en Allemagne sous l'appellation International Workers Aid.
    ein unabhängiger, internationaler Verband von Nichtregierungsorganisationen (NRO), die sich mit Wohlfahrtspflege, Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, humanitärer Hilfe und lebenslangem Lernen beschäftigen und die aufgrund ihrer Geschichte mit der freien und demokratischen Arbeiter- und Gewerkschaftsbewegung verbunden sind. SOLIDAR wurde 1951 in Deutschland unter dem Namen „Internationales Arbeiterhilfswerk" offiziell gegründet.
    una alianza internacional de organizaciones no gubernamentales (ONG) independientes que trabajan en los sectores de servicios sociales, cooperación internacional, ayuda humanitaria y de aprendizaje permanente. Históricamente estas organizaciones están vinculadas al socialismo democrático, al movimiento sindical y a las corrientes progresistas. SOLIDAR fue creada oficialmente en 1951, en Alemania, bajo el nombre de Ayuda Internacional a los Trabajadores.

  • Tolerantschools – a European network
    The EU-financed project "Tolerantschools – a European network" by offering an own internet and communication platform enables the presentation of innovative European projects and initiatives, the exchange of experiences of its actors, their networking and co-operation, the quest for suitable project partners and the further development of pedagogical methods. The project is coordinated by the DGB-Bildungswerk Berlin-Brandenburg/Germany.
  • United for Intercultural Action
    European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees.
  • European Network Against Racism
    to combat racism from all the EU Member States
  • The Migration Policy Group
    MPG was established as an independent, not for profit organisation based in Brussels. MPG is committed to improving policy development on migration and related issues through the promotion of facilitated exchange between key stakeholders in Europe, North America and the international community, and through the production of substantive, comparative policy analysis. MPG bases its activities on the belief that high-level discussion and debate within and between countries among representatives of all sectors of society - public, private, and business - can contribute to the identification and implementation of innovative and effective solutions to the challenges posed by migration.
  • MIXeurope
    non-profit organization, independent of party politics and strives for a democratic community free from xenophobia in Europe. The focal point of MIXeurope is networks, activities and events. The activities in MIXeurope are primarily implemented through the press media and intercultural co-operation.
  • European Federation for Intercultural Learning
  • Education without prejudice.
    A site about Diversity in Early Childhood, Education and Training. This site wants to help create a European network on anti-bias education in the early years. It contains background information, events, training resources and discussion groups. Belgium and other countries.
  • ECRI
    The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance is a body of the Council of Europe set up by the first Summit of Heads of State and of Government of the member States of the Council of Europe held in Vienna in October 1993.

Africa & Middle East

  • ABANTU.
    for Development is a non-governmental development organisation founded in 1991 by African women for the purpose of harnessing resources to benefit of African people.
  • The Arab Organization for Human Rights.
    Call for respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms of all citizens and residents of the Arab world; defend any individual whose human rights are subjected to violations which are contrary to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; endeavour, regardless of political considerations, to obtain release of detained or imprisoned persons, and seak relief and assistance for persons whose freedom is restricted in any way or who are subject to coercion of any kind because of their beliefs and plitical convictions, or for reasons of race, sex, colour or language; protest in cases where a fair trial is not guaranteed; provide legal assistance where necessary and possible; call for improvements in conditions of prisoners of conscience; work for amnesty of persons sentenced for political reasons.
  • Arab World
    The online resource for the Arab world in the Middle East & North Africa. Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE, Yemen.
  • Comafrica Institute ComAfrica Institute, the former Brazilian Committee of Solidarity with the Peoples of South Africa and Namibia – COMAFRICA, established 22 August, 1985, now present on the World Wide Web, is continuing the bridging between academic research in International Relations and the practice of foreign policy as a public policy by civil society in Brazil.
  • Instituto ComÁfrica O Instituto ComÁfrica, antigo Comitê Brasileiro de Solidariedade aos Povos da África do Sul e Namíbia – COMÁFRICA, fundado em 22.08.1985, agora presente na rede mundial Internet, dá continuidade à ponte entre pesquisa acadêmica e a efetivação da política externa como política pública pela sociedade civil no Brasil.
  • Pambazuka News
    A free, weekly electronic newsletter and offers a comprehensive round-up of news on human rights, conflict, health, environment, social welfare, and development in Africa. We also have a Racism and Xenophobia section which provides news and commentary in this subject area.

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