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Social justice; social action:

bullet The Alliance for the Reform of the Canadian Human Rights Commission has a website at:
bullet The Brandt Equation: 21st Century Blueprint for the New Global Economy, at:
bullet The Christian Alliance for Progress is attempting to reintroduce "foundational Christian values like compassion, justice and peace [that] are largely absent from our political discussion." They promote a "...  renewed, progressive vision of Gospel values and [seek] ... to help Americans express this moral vision in our lives and in our politics." They are committed "... to a clear separation of church and state." In practical terms, they support economic justice, concern for the environment, equal rights for gays and lesbians, prevention of unwanted pregnancies instead of restricting abortion access, seeking peace, and universal health care. See:
bullet Corrections Canada has a series of essays on restorative justice at:
bullet Crosspoint Anti-Racism is "the Net's biggest collection of links in the field of of Human Rights, Anti-Racism, Refugees, Women's rights, Antifascism, Shoah, etc.." See:
bullet The Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV; 2001 to 2010) is a worldwide movement sponsored by the World Council of Churches. See:
bullet Do No Harm is an interesting website with a novel and simple message: "... to make better choices and treat each other, the other creatures who share this planet with us, and this planet we call home with greater respect and compassion." See:
bullet The Faith and Social Justice Page is at:
bullet The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) works towards "a world of justice, peace, and freedom. It is a revolutionary vision of a beloved community where differences are respected, conflicts are addressed nonviolently, oppressive structures are dismantled, and where people live in harmony with the earth, nurtured by diverse spiritual traditions that foster compassion, solidarity, and reconciliation." See:
bullet Good Tree " the Web portal that makes a difference in the world every time you use it. Here you get a personal homepage that can be your control panel for your life online, allowing you to navigate the Web in a way that reflects your beliefs and values. You can join causes, surround yourself with people who care about the same things you do, and share information with them about how to make a difference." They have a section on ending discrimination. See:
bullet The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories is an Israeli human rights organization  that "acts primarily to change Israeli policy in the Occupied Territories and ensure that its government, which rules the Occupied Territories, protects the human rights of residents there and complies with its obligations under international law." See:
bullet Jesustians, The Tommy Douglas Movement on Spirituality and Social Justice is "...a Canadian inspired multi-faith oriented international social movement. [They] to help bring together community leadership who spread messages of peace, equality, social justice, human rights, and environmental protection expressed in the Bible (and other religious scriptures) which transcend world religions, against the prevailing Corporate Globalization." See:
bullet Machsom Watch is an organization composed of Jewish women who monitor the behavior of soldiers and police at checkpoints in Israel and the occupied territories. Their goal is "To ensure that the human and civil rights of Palestinians attempting to enter Israel are protected" and "To record and report the results of our observations to the widest possible audience, from the decision-making level to that of the general public." See:
bullet Millennium Development Goals: Interfaith events in Canada: Provides a resource kit, lists of interfaith events in each province, statements and responses, etc. See:
bullet Online Women in Politics provides a network of Asia Pacific women in politics, governance and transformative leadership. See:
bullet Prison Legal News "... is an independent 56-page monthly magazine that provides a cutting edge review and analysis of prisoner rights, court rulings and news about prison issues. PLN has a national (U.S.) focus on both state and federal prison issues, with international coverage as well." See:
bullet "Thomas Paine's Corner" by Jason Miller is "...dedicated to the affirmation, defense, and proliferation of social and economic justice, human rights, dignity and intellectual freedom for all human beings." Well worth reading. See: 
bullet The Romero Society "promotes just people, just ideas, and just governance and to find non-radical solutions to the problems in the world we live in." See:
bullet is an online Jewish magazine "dedicated to pursuing justice, building community and repairing the world." See:

Groups that help children across the world:

  • SOS Children has been helping orphans for fifty years. They are active in 124 countries around the world. See:

  • Compassion in Jesus' Name is a UK group who gives life-changing support including food, education, health-checks", and church care to children in need around the world. They work with children and families in poverty, irrespective of their religious beliefs, race, gender or sexual orientation. See:
bullet Steps to Recovery from Bible Abuse is a website "intended to give encouragement and hope to the multitude of homosexuals and others who have suffered from unrelenting attacks by religious leaders." See:
bullet Truth InJustice maintains a contact list of innocence projects in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. These are groups which attempt to free wrongly convicted persons from prisons. See:

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Morality and ethics

The Center for Global Ethics maintains a list of links of web sites that promote ethics, global peace, and business/professional ethics at:

Some individual websites:

bullet The Center for Global Ethics "coordinates the work of thinkers, scholars and activists from around the world, who are working to define, implement and promote policies of responsible global citizenship." See:
bullet The Global Ethic Foundation specializes in inter-cultural and inter-religious research and education. See:
bullet The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics maintains a home page which discusses business, government and medical ethics, human rights, etc. See:
bullet Love and Balance is a website by Chidi Asika-Enahoro, an author, Internet radio show host, Motivational Speaker, Trainer and Rehabilitation Consultant. She has presented workshops on a variety of subjects ranging from Professional Ethics, Cultural Diversity, Counseling Skills, Job Development, Management Techniques, Relaxation Techniques, Leadership Skills, Program Designs and Social Skills.
bullet Ministry Watch is a non-profit group whose mandate includes "educating & empowering donors to support Christian ministries." They maintain a list of what they call "non-transparent ministries." They recommend that donors not donate to Christian ministries "that are not open in providing basic information." They include on their list a number of ministries that "did not provide financial statements of any kind..." See:
bullet The Parliament of the World's Religions produced a Declaration Toward a Global Ethic in 1993. The text is online at: A PDF version is at:
bullet The Reproductive Cloning Network is "a neutral cloning information network that hosts over 60 cloning sites and archives cloning articles and resources..." See:
bullet Trinity Foundation investigates alleged frauds in the religious community. See:
bullet The Truth Tree is a web page dedicated to free speech and free thought. Its goal is "the unfolding of the great experiment of life, wherever it may be found."  at:

Other links:

bullet Mental Health Abuse is a website that "exposes the crimes of mental health practitioners." See:

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