The web page of a group of prominent Australians promoting issues of fairness and social justice that had been eroded by the policies of the Howard Government. The site is cleanly laid out and includes a substantial list of articles, comments by readers on specified topics, and further reading list outlining relevant web links. A thoroughly interesting and topical web site, and well worth visiting.
Centre for Research on Social Inclusion
A research centre based at Macquarie University in Sydney, the CRSI draws research from several disciplines to examine current issues and trends relating to inequality and injustice throughout the world.
Comprehensive Dialogue Among Civilizations
Another website that provides some information relating to dialogue between nation-states as a vehicle to tolerance and peace. The site outlines a list of resources including news, publications, web resources and links, and research activities.
Minorities at Risk
Minorities at Risk monitors indigenous or ethnic minority groups from around and assesses the extent to which they are disadvantaged or repressed by their respective governments. The web site for this organisation includes detailed summaries of a large number of identified ethnic groups and provides information relating to ongoing campaigns. Information is also available through access to external books chapters, articles, papers and reports.
Partners Against Hate
This site was developed by a group seeking recognising that hate is often formulated at a young age. PAH seeks to eliminate hate crimes through the education of young people. Their web site provides information and material related to this education. It also provides statistics relating to the extent of hate crimes (in the United States).
Discrimination Acts – Australia
The links on this website are intended to provide reliable information on various themes related to the study of bigotry. None are run by the Freilich Foundation, and the Foundation is not responsible for their content. Any comments about the suitability of these links - or suggestions for new ones - should be directed to the Freilich Foundation.