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Akcja Peula Nikajon www.apn.go.pl
The name Peula Nikajon comes from Hebrew and signifies purification. Akcja Peula Nikajon was founded in 2004 in the town of Częstochowa. It combats the various forms of totalitarianism, among them fascism, racism and communism.
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Alliance For Tolerance and Freedom www.geocities.com/capitolhill/4497
The organization educates by spreading the ideas of tolerance and freedom.
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Amadeu Antonio Stiftung www.amadeu-antonio-stiftung.de
Amadeu Antonio Stiftung (AAS) was founded in 1998. Its main purpose is to combat right-wing extremism, racism and antisemitism. AAS is active in Germany, mainly in the states of the former East Germany, where the threat from right-wing extremists is greatest.
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Amcha. Israeli Centers for Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation www.amcha.org
AMCHA is a codeword Jews used to identify each other as survivors after the Holocaust. The organization that goes by that name in Israel is a help network of psychologists, educators and social workers, for survivors and their families. It is focused on the psychological effects of experiences connected with the Shoah. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is thus an important topic of the AMCHA site and of many publications produced by that organization.
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Amnesty International www.amnesty.org
Amnesty International (AI) is a nonprofit international organization which defends human rights around the world. Its main purpose is to oppose violations of human rights and discrimination on the basis of belief, skin color, national origin, language or religion.
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Anti Racism Campaign (ARC) flag.blackened.net/revolt/arc.html
The Anti Racism Campaign is an open association whose members fight for the rights of immigrants and refugees located in Ireland.
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Anti-Rassismus-Informations-Zentrum (ARiC) www.aric.de
The main aim of the Antiracist Information Center (ARiC) is to create a network of organizations against violence, discrimination and racism, and for the harmonious coexistence of many cultures. It also offers advice and support for organizations working with refugees and immigrants.
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Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today (AXT) www.axt.org.uk
The Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today (AXT) site is where high-profile analyses and reports by independent organizations such as the Institute for Jewish Policy Research are published. In its publications, the Institute discusses the concepts of racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia in different regions of the world in a wide political, social and cultural context, aiming to influence people's attitudes and raise greater social awareness.
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Antisemitism Research Resources ddickerson.igc.org/antisemitism.html
A part of the Institute for Global Communication (IGC), this website is dedicated to a grassroots approach to obtaining information on antisemitism. It is a collection of links dealing mostly with issues concerning antisemitism, the Holocaust and Jewish-Christian relations, but also addressing human rights, tolerance and immigration issues. Separate links provide information for scholars, researchers, students, activists, and others learning about, monitoring or campaigning against antisemitism.
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Association for Integration of Refugees and Migrants (AIRM) www.airm-bg.org
The Association for Integration of Refugees and Migrants (AIRM) is a nongovernmental organization founded in 2004. It is involved in integration of refugees and migrants in Bulgaria. The founders of AIRM are social workers, lawyers, journalists, teachers, students and others.
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Beit Warsaw www.beit-warszawa.org.pl
The Beit Warszawa Jewish Cultural Association is a progressive, egalitarian Jewish social organization promoting the spiritual life and culture of Jews.
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Bełżec Museum and Memorial www.belzec.org.pl
The Bełżec Museum and Memorial was established on the grounds of the former Nazi death camp in June 2004. The Museum carries out a broad range of educational, documentation, conservation and research work.
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Bündnis Aktiver Fußballfans (BAFF) www.aktive-fans.de
Bündnis Aktiver Fußballfans (BAFF) the Alliance of Active Football Fans, was created in 1993 in Germany. It brings together 200 related organizations and individual members. BAFF is part of the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network. The Alliance is concerned with protecting the rights of fans.
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Byrån mot diskriminering i Norrköping www.diskriminering.se
Byrån mot diskriminering i Norrköping is a Swedish nongovernmental organization, part of the Lokala Antidiskrimineringsbyråer network. Its purpose is to provide support, advice and aid to people who suffer discrimination due to their ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or disability.
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Canadian Foundation of Polish-Jewish Heritage, Montreal Chapter www.polish-jewish-heritage.org
The Canadian Foundation of Polish-Jewish Heritage, functioning since 1988, is dedicated to improving knowledge of the Polish Jewish cultural heritage and the shared history of the Poles and Jews, and to fostering dialogue and eliminating prejudices and negative stereotypes.
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Center for Culture and Dialogue www.ckid.pl
The Center for Culture and Dialogue is an organization that addresses all those concerned with the future of Poland's culture. The organization's aim is to create a dialogue between different cultures, to produce common solutions to today's social problems.
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Center for Holocaust, Genocide & Peace Studies www.unr.edu/chgps/links/holocaust.htm
The Center for Holocaust, Genocide & Peace Studies is at the University of Nevada, Reno (U.S.A.). It is engaged in studies of the Holocaust, prejudice and contemporary ethnic conflicts.
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Centre Européen Juif D’Information (CEJI) www.ceji.org
Centre Européen Juif D’Information (CEJI) is an international nonprofit organization which aims to help create and promote a multicultural Europe through diversity education and policy. In the area of policy, CEJI provides decision makers in the EU with Jewish experiences, projects and ideas in the field of basic rights, education, training and social integration.
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Centrum Badań nad Zagładą Żydów (Polish Centre for Holocaust Research) www.holocaustresearch.pl
The Polish Centre for Holocaust Research, part of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, was established in 2003. Its purpose is to conduct research on the Jewish Holocaust in Poland during the Second World War; to publish research findings, primary sources and other works; to organize seminars and academic conferences; and to cooperate with foreign institutions involved in the subject of the Holocaust and genocide.
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Centrum Dialogu i Modlitwy w Oświęcimiu (Centre for Dialogue and Prayer in Auschwitz) centrum-dialogu.oswiecim.pl/
The Centre for Information, Meetings, Dialogue, Education and Prayer was established in 1992 at the initiative of Archbishop Franciszek Cardinal Macharski, former Archbishop of Cracow. In 1998 the name was changed to the Centre for Dialogue and Prayer in Auschwitz. The Centre’s purpose is to provide an environment for education, reflection, exchange of thoughts and prayer for everyone who visits this place.
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Centrum Żydowskie w Oświęcimiu (Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation) www.ajcf.pl
The Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation was founded in 1995 in New York for the purpose of aiding in the creation of a Jewish cultural and educational center in the Polish town of Oświęcim, where the former German Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, is located. In 1996 its sister organization in Oświęcim was registered, headquartered in the Auschwitz Jewish Center in Oświęcim.
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civilrights.org www.civilrights.org
civilrights.org was created by the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund as a center of information about human rights.
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Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination www.unhchr.ch/html/menu2/6/cerd.htm
One of the UN goals included in the United Nations Charter is promotion of attitudes of respect for the law and fundamental human rights. This objective is realized in part by the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) under the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
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Crosspoint Anti Racism www.magenta.nl/crosspoint/index.html
Crosspoint Anti Racism is the largest online collection of links to organizations dedicated to human rights, antifascism, antiracism and refugees. It was created by the Magenta Foundation based in Amsterdam, which works to combat all forms of discrimination against minority groups. Crosspoint currently offers over 2,000 links to organizations in 114 countries.
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Cyberhate www.cyberhate.org.pl
Cyberhate.org.pl is a campaign run by a group of young people, aimed at blocking websites that sow hatred.
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Education International (EI) www.ei-ie.org
Education International (EI) is an association of education personnel from 165 countries and regions of the world. It defends teachers' and educators' interests, and promotes peace, democracy and social justice in public education. Special emphasis is placed on combatting racism and discrimination, and on the rights of women, minorities and indigenous people.
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Equality and Human Rights Commission www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/Pages/default.aspx
Equality and Human Rights Commission (former: Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) is an organization established in 1976 to combat discrimination and racism in Great Britain. It promotes good-neighbor relations between ethnic communities. The website contains information about the ethnic groups that make up British society, many articles and publications, and many links.
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European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) www.coe.int/ecri
ECRI is part of the Council of Europe dedicated to fighting racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and intolerance at the European level, especially from the perspective of human rights.
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European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC) www.fra.europa.eu
The European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia is an independent body of the European Union, founded in 1997 (since March 2007: The The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). The Centre provides objective and reliable comparative data on racism, xenophobia, islamophobia and antisemitism in European countries. Its objective is to help the EU and member states define the nature and extent of these phenomena and to develop courses of action against them. The website offers descriptions of organizations dedicated to combating racism and xenophobia, and links to projects, analyses and reports.
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European Network Against Racism www.enar-eu.org
European Network Against Racism (ENAR) links various European non-governmental organizations struggling against racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and religious discrimination in all European countries.
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European Playwork Association (e.p.a.) www.go-epa.org
The European Playwork Association (e.p.a.) was created in 1976 as a voluntary international and nongovernmental youth organization based on cooperation between Europe-wide Adventure Playgrounds. Today, e.p.a. fights against oppression, disillusionment, racism and xenophobia through a diverse partner network, especially in poor and socially excluded communities.
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European Research Center on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER) www.ercomer.org
The European Research Center on Migration and Ethnic Relations is engaged in research on international migration, ethnic relations, racism and ethnic conflict in Europe. The Center is affiliated with the Faculty of Social Sciences at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The website provides information about the Center's research and about the organization's goals, conferences, seminars and publications.
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European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) www.errc.org
The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) is a public organization whose purpose is to counteract discrimination against Roma and violation of their rights. The organization’s website contains a large number of publications and links. It also functions as a library of all documents published by ERRC.
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Football Against Racism in Europe www.farenet.org
Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) is an organization working to combat all manifestations of racism, ranging from stadium, playing field and changing room incidents to prejudice in fans, sports industry figures and the football players themselves.
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Football Unites, Racism Divides www.furd.org
Football Unites, Racism Divides is an organization established by fans of the British sports club Sheffield United. Its goal is to combat racism in stadiums and to provide all people with equal access to football events.
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Fundacja dla Wolności (Foundation for Freedom) www.fundacjadlawolnosci.org
The Foundation for Freedom was established at the end of 2004. Its purpose is to shape a society based on equality, to fight social exclusion, to promote active social and cultural involvement, freedom of expression and European integration, and to disseminate knowledge of the issues accompanying globalization processes.
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Fundacja Finestra (Finestra Foundation) www.finestra.org.pl
The Finestra Foundation was established in Cracow in 2006. Its purpose is to act for the common good by conducting and supporting social and environmental activities, and to support community, environmental and local governmental initiatives.
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Fundacja Monumentum Iudaicum Lodzense (Lodz Jews Heritage Foundation) www.lodzjews.org
The Lodz Jews Heritage Foundation was established on November 6, 1995 in Łódź, and registered in 1997. Its founders were the city authorities of Łódź of that time, the Organization of Former Residents of Łódź in Israel, and the World Jewish Restitution Organization.
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Fundacja Rodziny Nissenbaumów (Nissenbaum Foundation) www.foss.com.pl
The Nissenbaum Foundation has been in existence since 1983. Its founder and first president was Sigmund Nissenbaum. Its purpose is to salvage the traces of Jewish material and spiritual culture in Poland, and to enhance and initiate contact, including business contacts, between Poles and Jews.
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Fundacja Shalom (Shalom Foundation) www.shalom.org.pl
The Shalom Foundation is an American-Polish-Israeli foundation established in 1988 at the initiative of Gołda Tencer, actress and director of the E.R. Kamińska Yiddish Theater in Warsaw. It is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Polish Jewry.
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Future www.future.ngo.pl
The website, containing educational materials, is dedicated to reflection on topics such as tolerance, respect and dialogue.
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Galicia Jewish Museum www.galiciajewishmuseum.org/pl
The Galicia Jewish Museum in Cracow has been in operation since April 17, 2004. Its mission, an educational one, is to present the culture of the Jews of Galicia (former crown lands of Austria, covering southeast Poland and parts of present-day Ukraine and Belarus) and to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust. Its central point is the exhibition "Traces of Memory," documenting vestiges of the Jewish past in southern Poland. The Museum has a bookstore and cafe.
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GELD – Le Groupe d’Etude et de Lutte contre les Discriminations www.le114.com
GELD – Le Groupe d'Etude et de Lutte contre les Discriminations is a government-supported public interest agency dedicated to studying and combatting racial, gender and religious discrimination. It runs a free national hotline in France.
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Grupa Wirydarz (Viridarium Group) www.wirydarz.org
The Viridarium Group (named from the Latin word for garden), active since late 2001, was formed by participants in human rights workshops organized by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. It acts against antisemitism and xenophobia.
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Henry Martyn Institute (HMI). International Center For Research, Interfaith Relations and Reconciliation www.hmiindia.com
The Henry Martyn Institute (HMI) is an ecumenical Christian organization whose goal is to research and implement educational programs in Islamic studies, and to take an active part in interfaith reconciliation.
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Hilchenbacher Bündnis für Toleranz und Zivilcourage www.hilchenbacherbuendnis.de
Hilchenbacher Bündnis für Toleranz und Zivilcourage is active in German cities. Its purpose is to offer information on right-wing extremists. Its activities are supported by the Evangelical community in the town of Hilchen and its mayor.
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International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) www.ifj.org
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is the world’s largest organization of journalists, promoting human rights, democracy and pluralism. The IFJ is opposed to discrimination of all kinds, and condemns the use of media as propaganda or to promote intolerance and conflict. The IFJ believes in media pluralism and freedom of political and cultural expression.
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Internet Centre Anti-Racism Europe I-CARE www.icare.to
I-CARE is an online forum for cooperation among European NGOs, and a center for information about migration and about combatting discrimination and racism. The goal of this cooperation is to promote universal standards for protection of human rights, and non-discrimination principles in particular.
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Irish Council for Civil Liberties www.iccl.ie
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL), active since 1976, is an independent nongovernmental organization focused on promoting and defending human rights and civil liberties.
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Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (JFR) www.jfr.org
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (JFR) is an organization which financially aids more than 1400 people who helped Jews survive the Holocaust. The JFR also runs an educational and training program.
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Justice and Peace www.juspax-es.org
Justice and Peace is an organization established by Pope Paul VI in 1967 and inspired by the spirit of Vatican II. It makes known the Church’s social teachings, to defend and promote human rights, justice, peace, solidarity, and preservation of the environment. Justice and Peace exists in many countries and the information can be accessed in numerous languages. This entry is based on the Spanish website.
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Kick It Out www.kickitout.org
Kick It Out is football’s antiracism campaign, established in 1993. The full name of the campaign is "Let’s Kick Racism Out of Football." Kick It Out works throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge racism and work for positive change.
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Kolorowa tolerancja (Colorful tolerance) – a project of the Promotions Bureau of the City of Łódź Office www.uml.lodz.pl
"Colorful tolerance" is an annual March festival organized by the Promotions Bureau of the City of Łódź Office.
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La Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado www.cear.es
La Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado (CEAR; The Spanish Committee for Refugee Assistance) is an independent organization acting to defend refugee rights. CEAR champions justice, solidarity, liberty and equality.
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LICRA - Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et Antisémitisme www.licra.org
Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et Antisémitisme (LICRA), established in 1927, is the oldest French organization dealing with issues related to combatting racism and antisemitism in the international forum.
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Małopolskie Towarzystwo Oświatowe (Education Society for Małopolska) www.mto.org.pl
Małopolskie Towarzystwo Oświatowe zostało zarejestrowane w 1988 roku przez grupę rodziców i nauczycieli z inspiracji podziemnej Rady Edukacji Narodowej, działającej w czasie stanu wojennego w Polsce. Misją MTO jest budowanie społeczeństwa obywatelskiego w Polsce i na Bałkanach, wspomaganie edukacji osób niepełnosprawnych i Romów, rozwijanie i propagowanie innowacyjnych metod nauczania, upowszechnianie i ochrona praw kobiet.
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Mémoire d’Auschwitz Study and Documentation Centre www.auschwitz.be
The Mémoire d’Auschwitz Study and Documentation Centre is a recognized study institution created in 1980 by the Belgian Association of Ex-Political Prisoners of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Camps and Prisons of Silesia.
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Międzynarodowy Dom Spotkań Młodzieży w Oświęcimiu (International Youth Meeting House in Oświęcim) www.mdsm.pl
The International Youth Meeting House (MDSM) in Oświęcim was established in 1986 as an educational center committed to Polish-German reconciliation and Christian-Jewish dialogue. MDSM provides a forum where history can be subjected to critical analysis. It works to perpetuate the memory of the victims of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and to disseminate knowledge of the history, significance and symbolism of the former concentration camp and death camp.
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Minorities of Europe www.moe-online.com
Minorities of Europe (MoE) is a pan-European inter-minority network which seeks to provide minority and majority groups of Europe with a means of exchanging ideas about their differences, and to help build communication between communities. The network’s main goal is to achieve open and equal participation for all young people in Europe.
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Minority Rights Group International www.minorityrights.org
Minority Rights Group International (MRG) works with and on behalf of minorities and indigenous people to secure their ethnic, religious and linguistic rights. It strives for cooperation and understanding between communities and seeks to raise awareness of issues minorities face. MRG works to persuade policy makers of the need for long-term and sustainable change relating to minority issues.
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Museum of Jewish Heritage www.mjhnyc.org
The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York opened in 1997. It is a living memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Besides presenting exhibitions, the Museum is a place for meetings, discussions and education about Jewish history and culture.
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Museum of the History of Polish Jews www.jewishmuseum.org.pl
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews was established by the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute under the chairmanship of Marian Turski. Under an agreement between the Warsaw city government, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute, the Museum is a joint institution of culture. Since 2000 an international team of experts led by Director Jerzy Halbersztadt has been working to create the Museum.
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National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) www.nameorg.org
The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) is an organization advocating equality in education and social justice.
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Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities (NICEM) www.nicem.org.uk
The Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities works to improve the situation of ethnic minorities and to promote their cultures.
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Online/More Colour in the Media www.olmcm.org
Online/Media Colour in the Media (OL/MCM) is a European network of broadcasters, nongovernmental organizations, and educational and research institutions working to improve the image of ethnic minorities in the media.
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Open Republic - The Association Against Antisemitism and Xenophobia www.or.org.pl
The Open Republic Association's goal is to foster tolerance and combat anti-Semitism and xenophobia, mainly by initiating and supporting educational activities, documenting manifestations of prejudice and making the public aware of them.
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Państwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum) www.auschwitz.org.pl
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, established July 2, 1947, includes the area of two extant parts of the Auschwitz camp and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The work of the Museum is centered on memorializing the site and the buildings associated with the martyrdom of more than one million people, and on conveying information about important places and events in the history of KL Auschwitz.
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Platform of European Social NGOs (Social Platform) www.socialplatform.org
The Social Platform (SP) is an association of over 30 European nongovernmental organizations involved in promoting the social dimension of the European Union. The goal of SP is to build a Europe based on social justice and fundamental human rights. The organizations involved in the Platform cooperate with the most important EU institutions.
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Pomagamy. Nowoczesne Pismo Wolontariuszy www.pomagamy.pl
Pomagamy (We Are Helping) is an online service and free publication created by volunteers for volunteers. The aim is to call attention to the suffering of others and to combat indifference. The publication contains many articles and announcements for openminded people wanting to help others.
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Pomorskie Stowarzyszenie „Wspólna Europa" (Pomeranian Association "Common Europe") www.pswe.org
The Pomeranian Association "Common Europe" was founded in Gdansk in December 2004. Its purpose is to reduce the disparity between the Pomerania region and highly developed regions of European countries.
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Prejudice Institute www.prejudiceinstitute.org
The Prejudice Institute is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization. As a resource for activists, lawyers, and social scientists, the Prejudice Institute is devoted to policy research and education on all dimensions of prejudice, discrimination and ethnoviolence.
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Pro Asyl www.proasyl.de
Pro Asyl was created in 1986 and operates across Germany. It is a member of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE). It aims to help refugees, combat violence and injustice, and build a more open and tolerant German society.
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Project on Ethnic Relations www.per-usa.org
The Project on Ethnic Relations (PER) is an initiative intended to prevent interethnic conflicts in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Russian Federation and the Balkans after the collapse of communism. PER undertakes mediation in discussions between representatives of governments, oppositions and ethnic groups seeking peaceful means of resolving interethnic tensions.
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Reach Out Berlin www.reachoutberlin.de
Reach Out Berlin is an organization that counsels and educates against right-wing extremism and racism in Berlin. It contacts people affected by racism, discrimination and right-wing extremist attacks, as well as people working in the relevant fields of adult and youth education.
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Refugee.pl www.refugee.pl
The Refugee.pl online gazette is for refugees and also for people interested in human rights, and for anyone who can and wants to help others.
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Ruban Vert (Green Ribbon) www.rubanvert.net
The Green Ribbon (Ruban Vert) project is devoted to informing youth about maintaining tolerance in school.
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School Without Racism www.schoolwithoutracism-europe.org
School Without Racism is a European campaign to combat racism in schools. The members are organizations in several European countries.
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Searchlight www.searchlightmagazine.com
Searchlight is the main British magazine leading the fight against racism, neo-nazism, fascism and other forms of discrimination. Searchlight describes these occurrences to many areas, from education to monitoring of racist and other types of groups, organizing campaigns to combat all kinds of "isms", and helping to shape government domestic policy.
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Seeds of Peace www.seedsofpeace.org
Seeds of Peace is a NGO organizing annual workshops and camps for youth from regions affected by military conflicts.
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SOS.Racisme www.sos-racisme.org
SOS.Racisme is a French organization established in 1983 to eliminate racial discrimination and promote social equality through education.
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Stowarzyszenie "Krakowski Klub Dialogu" (Cracow Discussion Club Association) bazy.ngo.pl/search/info.asp?id=111893
The Cracow Dialogue Club Association is a nonprofit nongovernmental organization which promotes intercultural dialogue and tolerance toward national, ethnic and religious minorities residing in Poland.
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Stowarzyszenie "Miasteczko" ("Little Town" Association) www.miasteczko.org
The "Little Town" Association was founded in Chełm in November 2005. In its work it invokes the town’s multicultural past, encouraging the local community to cultivate its heritage, promoting a culture of dialogue and tolerance between people of different ethnic backgrounds, religions and traditions, and building civil society.
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Stowarzyszenie "Nigdy Więcej" (The Never Again Association) www.nigdywiecej.org.pl
The Never Again Association was created in 1996 by the Anti-Nazi Group (GAN). Its goal is to create a pressure group to combat social pathologies and indifference towards the growing wave of hatred.
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Stowarzyszenie Kobiet Romskich w Polsce free.ngo.pl/kobietyromskie
Stowarzyszenie Kobiet Romskich w Polsce (Association of Romani Women in Poland) was established in 2000 in Cracow, Poland, to help develop and implement projects to combat and counteract discrimination against the Romani community in Małopolska Province, encourage civic action among this minority group, and to work for equal educational opportunities for Roma.
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Stowarzyszenie na rzecz Integracji Społecznej "Pro Nobis" (Pro Nobis Association for Social Integration) www.pronobis.org.pl
The Pro Nobis Association for Social Integration is a nongovernmental organization established in October 2005 in Warsaw. Its purpose is to aid individuals and groups who are discriminated against, and to support efforts by others to help those discriminated against or threatened with discrimination.
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Stowarzyszenie Żydowski Instytut Historyczny w Polsce (Jewish Historical Institute Association) www.jewishinstitute.org.pl
The Jewish Historical Institute (JHI) is connected with the tradition of the library created in 1881 under the auspices of the Great Synagogue in Warsaw, and the Judaic Library and the Institute of Judaic Studies established in 1936. JHI collects and conserves archival material, books and works of art associated with the history and culture of Polish Jews, conducts comprehensive research on the history and culture of the Jews in Poland and worldwide, and does educational work.
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Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation www.vhf.org
Survivors of the Shoah is a foundation established by Steven Spielberg in 1994. Its goal is to film and preserve the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, as visual history. The Foundation has collected about 52,000 visual recordings in 32 languages from 56 countries.
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Teaching for Change www.teachingforchange.org
Teaching for Change is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., which works to incorporate problems of social inequality and injustice into the education process. Its goal is to introduce materials and methods into the American educational system that teach what multiculturalism means and sensitize students to the symptoms of social discrimination. The website includes a unique catalog of publications useful to teachers, a calendar of conferences and workshops, descriptions of projects carried out in the District of Columbia, and links to critical analyses of current events.
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UNESCO www.unesco.ru
The Russian-language version of the UNESCO web page contains a publications list of mainly Russian authors, on the topics of tolerance and teaching tolerance in the world, with special attention to overcoming violence and promoting tolerance as well as cultural diversity in the world.
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Union of Jewish Students of Great Britain & Ireland www.ujs.org.uk
The Union of Jewish Students of Great Britain & Ireland (UJS) is a social organization whose purpose is to build, maintain and strengthen the sense of Jewish identity among students. The scope of its work covers the entire United Kingdom. UJS develops student activity programs in the contest of Judaic culture, and engages with social issues.
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Union Romani www.unionromani.org
Union Romani is a nonprofit nongovernmental organization concerned with defending the Romani community. It works on activities designed to gain recognition of Romani culture as an asset of global culture. It works to abolish discrimination against Roma by studying, promoting, preserving and disseminating Romani culture, language, history and customs.
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Verein für Zivilcourage und Anti-Rassismus-Arbeit (ZARA) www.zara.or.at
ZARA is an Austrian association of social work and legal aid specialists. They offer free advice and intervention in cases of racial discrimination, accompany victims in court proceedings, and document reported cases of rights violation.
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