Australians Against Racism
This site was developed by concerned Australians identifying a resurgence of racist attitudes in response to particular policies implemented by the Howard Government. Although the treatment of refugees remains central to the premise of this site, the underlying theme of racism as the cause of such policies is clearly identifiable. The primary message of this site warns against the insidious nature of racism permeating its way into our cultural, social (and political) outlook.
A virtual memorial and museum that provides providing information on all forms of racism. The site requires Adobe Flash to view, and incorporates a virtual tour of the 'memorial' showing exhibits relating to the nature of racism and its effects.
The European Union's Action Plan Against Racism
“Building on the achievements of the European Year against Racism (1997), it is intended to establish a coherent framework for combating racism at European level and to prepare the ground for future and more ambitious action within the framework of the new Treaty provisions on non-discrimination.”
“SCADPlus: Action plan against racism.”
Racism. No way!
An website developed for schools for promoting tolerant attitudes in young people and providing education about differences in our society. The site also includes news updates relating issues pertaining to prejudice and a comprehensive lists of resources and fact sheets providing background to past and current issues.
The Southern Poverty Law Center
Founded in 1971, the SPLC is a non-profit organization that combats hate, intolerance and discrimination through education and litigation. Located in Montgomery, Alabama, in the United States, its programs include Teaching Tolerance and the Intelligence Project, which incorporates Klanwatch and the Militia Task Force.
Coverage of the World Conference Against Racism
UNITED NATIONS – NEW YORK
The website of the United Nations' World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia And Related Intolerance held In Durban, South Africa from 31 August - 7 September 2001. Documents relating to the conference and its outcomes are available from this web site. As well as the declaration produced at the conference, other materials available include statements and press releases, archived video of conference proceedings, daily highlights, and a journal of each day's events.
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.