Further Links to Cultural Diversity

Many resources on Cultural Diversity already exist - 'We don't need to reinvent the wheel!' Look no further to get inspiration of good examples already well documented on the web.

World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance

Find resources and information from the event organised by the United Nations Commission by clicking here.

For Diversity against Discrimination

Access the multilingual website in the frame of the European Campaign against discrimination by clicking here.

This is Our Time Project

Join the UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network virtual village promoting international co-operation based on sustainability and equality by facilitating the participation of schools with few resources by clicking here.

Minorities Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Read documents, notes, newsletter on minorities issues by clicking here.

European Commission against Racism and Intolerance - ECRI

Link to Council of Europe's activities and materials for anti-racist work by clicking here.

Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities

Read the Council of Europe treaty to protect national minorities by clicking here.

UNITED for Intercultural Action

Join this network of different organisations that combat nationalism, racism, and fascism by clicking here.

European Network against Racism - ENAR

Find all information, NGOs, events against racism on this EU-wide network of more than 600 organisations by clicking here.

ARCTOS - Stand Up against Discrimination in Sports

Download ARCTOS' fun but educational video-clips which can be used in training programmes against racism by clicking here.

December 18

Learn more about this international advocacy and resource centre on the human rights of migrants by clicking here.

Global Youth Connect

Access this youth-led activist network, offering lots of information about how to get involved internationally and opportunities for sponsorship, training, fellowships, and action, by clicking here.

Internet Centre Anti-Racism Europe - ICARE

Find many services for NGOs around Europe, including budgetlines for funding for your projects, information about countries, searchable database for organisations, calendar of events by clicking here.

Crosspoint Anti-Racism

Find a list of local anti-discrimination organisations per country by clicking here.

Peace Is in Our Hands

Find how the United Nations define the 'Culture of Peace' by clicking here.

Campaign against Racism and Fascism

Read articles from Britain's only independent anti-racist magazine by clicking here.

Y.E.S. Forum

Learn more about this network for social inclusion and active participation of young people who experience disadvantage and exclusion by clicking here.

The FreeChild Project - Youth Against Racism

Look at their list of anti-racism campaigning organisations and useful publications by clicking here.

United Network of Young Peacebuilders

Training materials, a discussion forum, and more on this global network of young people and youth organisations active in the field of peacebuilding by clicking here.

European Centre for Minority Issues - ECMI

Have a look at think-tank on minority issues, especially in the Balkans and FSU by clicking here.

European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia

Get more information on monitoring racism and racism in Europe, by clicking here.

Equinet, European Network of Equality Bodies

For information about this origination that brings together 38 organizations from 31 European countries, which are empowered to counteract discrimination as national equality bodies, try clicking here.

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

The FRA was set up to provide expert advice to the institutions of the EU and the Member States on a range of issues. You can find out more information by clicking here

Cultural Diversity Resources for Teachers

Teaching Tolerance

Many teachers' magazines, resources, tools, activity ideas, dealing with hate and striving for tolerance by clicking here.

Discovering Diversity through Online Education

Read teaching materials for use by teachers and pupils with the objective of exploring issues of diversity and tolerance by clicking here.

Discovering Diversity Pack for Teachers

Much of this material can be adapted for non-formal education on diversity issues. Download it by clicking here.

Racism No Way

On this Australian website, you will find international approaches to anti-racism education, definitions, resources, citizenship, multi-culturalism, and games by clicking here.

Cultural diversity organisations in the UK

Equality and Human Rights Commission - EHRC

Have a look at campaigns, information, and support running by this non-governmental body by clicking here.

The UK coalition for diversity

The UKCCD is the UK’s leading civil society forum of creators and cultural organisations promoting the Convention for the Protection and the Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. You can read more about it by clicking here.

Trust for London

Trust for London is the largest independent charitable foundation funding work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital. You can read more about it by clicking here.  


Pan Intercultural Arts is a dynamic London based arts company which uses intercultural performance work. You can read more about it by clicking here.  

Forward UK

FORWARD (Foundation for Women's Health Research and Development) is an African Diaspora women led UK-registered campaign and support charity dedicated to advancing and safeguarding the sexual and reproductive health and rights of African girls and women. You can read more about it by clicking here

Runnymede Trust                                                                              

Runnymede is the UK’s leading independent race equality thinktank. You can read more about it by clicking here

Jeena International

Jeena is an innovative and enterprising organization that empowers women and young people to initiate personal and social change. You can read more about it by clicking here.

The Platform

Led solely by young people, The Platform is an open space for debate and discussion, as well as for constructive engagement with issues in an environment of mutual understanding. You can read more about it by clicking here.  

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