As quintessential advocate of personal freedom
the ACLU maintains extensive on-line files on a broad range of social issues
& legal cases related to religious
Website of the worldwide watchdog to protect
human rights archives reports
of violations since 1996, highlights current hotspots & campaigns
to bring public pressure to bear upon abusers.
Master list of links to web pages relevant to
decision-making & contemporary
issues ranging from biomedical
research & healthcare to environment
& technology (developed by U of British
Columbia's Centre for Applied Ethics).
Searchable website of non-partisan research
council founded by Andrew Carnegie offers links to speech transcripts,
articles, reviews and other materials on the ethical elements of issues such
as human rights, global economics, armed conflict and environment.
Hypertext edition of the Roman Catholic
Church's landmark statement on religious freedom, promulgated in 1965 by Pope
Paul VI at the 2nd Vatican council (posted by the Vatican).
Jonathan Blumen's fledgling cyber-journal
reflects on god, morality, & politics. Topical
list of links to other ethics-related
sites on the internet.
Lawrence M. Hinman's guide for internet
research in ethics provides up-to-date bibliography of print & cyber-texts
ethics, & current social issues (U of San Diego).
The non-partisan Freedom Forum provides
up-to-the minute news & commentary on issues pertaining to freedom of religion,
On-line journal (1994+) publishes articles on
Buddhist moral theory & social issues.
Abstracts of articles in current issue with
alpha or topical indices of articles in archives
of prior issues.
Revamped website of Canadian affiliate of the International
Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War posts articles & news
releases related to global disarmament.
American affiliate of the International
Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War posts information relevant to
campaigns focused on health &
environment issues, violence
Robert F. Drinan questions whether the ideal of
universal human rights can be achieved without a religious basis (posted by Religion-Online).