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bulletRE on the Internet Exchange at: http://re-xs.ucsm.ac.uk/

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Individual web sites:

bulletJim Carnes, "Leaps of Faith," is an article from Teaching Tolerance magazine, at: http://www.splcenter.org/teachingtolerance/
bulletGlobal Tolerance is a consultancy, production and training company based in the UK. "...global tolerance is a pioneering power in the global struggle to fight ignorance, apathy and discrimination in relation to religion." See: http://www.globaltolerance.com/
bulletThe Hibbert Assembly publishes a series of essays for schools, titled "Bringing Religion down to earth." See: http://www.hibbert-assembly.org.uk/brde/relindex.htm
bulletHuman Rights USA  has a series of Human Rights Education Links at: http://160.94.193.60/default.htm
bulletThe Museum of Tolerance has a list of resources to aid in teaching of the Nazi Holocaust and other tolerance issues. See: http://www.wiesenthal.com/mot/
bulletPromoting Tolerance is a project of San Clemente High School, aimed at promoting tolerance and stopping youth violence. See: http://www.teachtolerance.org/
bulletMary Ann Reichert, "An approach to teaching religious tolerance," at: http://yn.la.ca.us/cec/cecsst/cecsst.40.txt It is appropriate for grades 9-12.
bulletOABITAR (Objectivity, Accuracy and Balance in Teaching about Religion) promotes the appreciation of religious diversity and respect for minority faiths. See: http://www.teachingaboutreligion.org/
bulletReligious Education Tolerance Association web ring is at: http://l.webring.com/
bulletThe Unitarian Universalist Association has a strong religious education program which is inclusive of all major religions and which promotes religious tolerance. They have a section of their website suggesting that "Religious Education is Lifespan Faith Development" Their programs extend from preschoolers to adults. See: http://www.uua.org/re/
bulletThe Southern Poverty Law Center has operated a "Teaching Tolerance" project since 1991. They distribute a semi-yearly magazine with the same name. See:  http://www.tolerance.org/teach/index.jsp
bulletTeaching about religion with a view to diversity "is a valuable resource on the topics of teaching about religion and non-religion, tolerance diversity, pluralism and multicultural and civic education." It is impressive in its depth and breadth. See http://teachingaboutreligion.org
bulletThink Ahead has a brief essay on teaching religious tolerance. See: http://www.trigger.net/~think/ahead/teachrel.htm

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