The Forum for the Equitable Representation of Religion in the Media and Academia.
Having three main purposes: to disseminate accurate religious information, to expose religious fraud, hatred and misinformation, and to disseminate information on "hot" religious topics.
Purpose is to serve as an international body that will assist ethnic religious groups in various countries and will oppose discrimination against such groups.
"The greatest wounds in human history, the greatest injustices, have not happened through the acts of some individual perpetrator; rather through the institutions, systems, philosophies, cultures, religions and governments of humankind."
Nonprofit group promoting tolerance across religious lines and exposing hate on the internet.
Almost 30 years of reconciliation work between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland. Includes timelines, recent information, articles and links to more information.
F.O.T.E. was established to educate and fight against religious intolerance. Site is based upon spiritual growth within individuals as well as a oneness with community. Provides information about "earth based" religions and beliefs.
Works to reduce religious-based conflict by publicizing its costs to the world, its causes, and by offering long-term solutions.
Social activists' web portal, with over 1,000 external links, discussion form, and pages devoted to areas from Art to World History, all relating to religious tolerance and the beginings of religious belief.
Document from the United Nations adopted by General Assembly resolution 47/135 of 18 December 1992.