This website was developed with the support of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR). The opinions and information it contains do not necessarily reflect the policy and position of the ODIHR.
The Understanding Prejudice web site is for teachers, students, and all of those interested in issues of prejudice and discrimination. The site includes over 2000 links to sources on similar subjects and to NGOs.

The site is a supplement to the multimedia anthology Understanding Prejudice and Discrimination, published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education. It is devoted to the topics of prejudice, discrimination, multiculturalism and diversity. It offers advice and teaching materials for teachers at all levels of education. The site facilitates contact with experts in the social sciences in its Directory of Experts. The site has a Multimedia Center and a Reading Room.
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Downloadable educational materials: database of books and multi-media materials (they can be ordered on-line), academic papers, reports, essays, articles, programs and issues for teachers, sample school exercises, textbooks for children and adults, students' and teachers' papers.
Contact: Professor Scott Plous
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