Ethnic Studies

Ethnicity - Migration - Racism


The human science of race and ethnic relations is the ponder of social, political, and financial relations between races and ethnicities at all levels of society. This zone includes the consider of migration & ethnicity, hate groups, anti semitism like private isolation.

And other complex social forms between diverse racial and ethnic bunches.

Migration - Ethnicity - Refugees


  • Action Without Borders
    A nonprofit organization that promotes the sharing of ideas, information and resources to help build a world where all people can live free, dignified and productive lives.
  • African-American Mosaic
    A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture. The first Library-wide resource guide to the institution's African-American collections. It covers the nearly 500 years of the black experience in the Western hemisphere, the Mosaic surveys the full range, size, and variety of the Library's collections, including books, periodicals, prints, photographs, music, film, and recorded sound. The exhibit covers only four areas: Colonization, Abolition, Migrations, and the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Each section covers key issues and figures and offers many digitized images of original documents.
  • African Migrants
    A blogspot for thoughts and reflections on Afrian Migration and Settlement in Australia.
  • American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA)
    ANERA advances the well-being of people in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan. Through partnerships and close consultation with local groups and communities, ANERA responds to economic, health and educational needs with sustainable solutions and also delivers humanitarian aid during emergencies. ANERA is non-political and non-religious and is one of the largest American non-profits working solely in the Middle East for 40 years.
  • Asadi, Muhammed - Truman State University, USA
  • Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America
    A sociological exploration of the historical, political, demographic, and cultural issues that make up today's diverse Asian American community. Created by C.N. Le.
  • Asian Research Center for Migration (ARCM) - Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
    One of the goals of the ARCM is to assemble a computerized catalog of its collection of materials on migration and related issues. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Chulalongkorn University have funded the initial compilation, programming and data entry efforts. ARCM has already catalogued much of its library and entered bibliographic information into a searchable database. There are abstracts for many of the materials, predominantly those which directly concern Southeast Asia. Although the majority of the materials focus on Southeast Asia, there are many items covering more general concerns and other regions of the world.
  • Asylum Welcome - Oxford, UK
    sylum Welcome tackles suffering and isolation among asylum seekers, refugees and detainees who have fled persecution and danger in their own countries and seek refuge in Oxford and Oxfordshire.


Bauer, Thomas / Zimmermann, K.F. - München, Germany
Integrating the East: The Labor Market Effects of Immigration
A CEPR discussion paper that evaluates the potential gains from labor immigration for the European Union. After a review of the East-West migration problem and recent western migration policies, governmentally controlled labor immigration is studied in a framework with unions, unemployment and heterogenous workers.


  • Canada Immigrant Job Issues
    Provides information about immigration, minorities and jobs in Canada, including migration policy, immigrant associations, forum, statistics, free job wanted posting, research papers. English and Spanish version.
  • Center for Asia-Pacific Social Transformation Studies (CAPSTRANS)
    An Australian Research Council Key Centre of Teaching and Research that aims to provide understandings of the transformation of the Asia-Pacific. CAPSTRANS is a joint venture of the University of Wollongong and the University of Newcastle. The research programme concentrated on mobility, work, technology and social change, and democratisation and citizenship. This network is the organisational structure for a project adopted by UNESCO as one of its major regional activities under its Management of Social Transformation (MOST) program. The central focus of this proposal is the long-term role of migration and increased ethno-cultural diversity as major factors in the social transformation of the societies of the Asia-Pacific region. The aim is to build an international research network which will carry out interdisciplinary research on social and political aspects of international migration and growing ethno-cultural diversity in the region. From: University of Wollongong, Australia.
  • Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (CCIS) - Univ. of California, San Diego, USA
    An interdisciplinary, multinational research and training program devoted to comparative work on international migration and refugee movements. It concentrates on a systematic comparison between the U.S. immigration experience and other labor-importing countries.
  • Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) - Washington, DC, USA 
    An independent, non-partisan, non-profit, research organization. It provides immigration policymakers, the academic community, news media, and concerned citizens with reliable information about the social, economic, environmental, security, and fiscal consequences of legal and illegal immigration into the United States.
  • Center for Immigration Research - University of Houston, USA
    Focuses on the consequences of current immigration trends in order to form decision making concerning international and national immigration policies, as well as to disseminate information to local institutions, organizations and policy-makers involved with the settlement and incorporation of America’s “new immigrants” into their communities. The site describes the projects of the center and offers a list of publications.
  • Center for International and European Law on Immigration and Asylum
    Director: Kay Hailbronner. English and German version.
  • Centre d’Information et d’Etudes sur les Migrations Internationales (CIEMI)
    Centre for Migrationstudies, Paris, France.
  • Centre for Ethnic Studies - University of Montreal, Canada
  • Centre for Migration Law (CMR)
    Faculty of Law, Nijmegen University, The Netherlands.
  • Center for Migration Studies (CMS) - New York, USA
    A nonprofit institute in New York, committed to facilitating the study of sociodemographic, historical, economic, political, legislative and pastoral aspects of human migration and refugee movements. The site contains an online catalog of the CMS Documentation Center (Library and Archives), a very comprehensive subject-specific library on migration, refugees, and ethnic groups (over 24,000 volumes). It also includes tables of contents with abstracts for “The International Migration Review”, and for “Migration World”. Information on upcoming conferences, publications, and collaborative projects is provided by an online international newsletter.
  • Centre for Refugee Studies - York University (Ontario, Canada)
    Focuses on theoretical and institutional research on refugee law, development, displacement and repatriation, resettlement, prevention and gender.
  • Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations (CRER) - University of Warwick, UK
  • Centre for Research in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (CEIFO) - Stockholm University, Sweden
    An inter-disciplinary research unit at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Stockholm University (Sweden). Its research programme covers international migration, ethnicity, nationalism, xenophobia and racism, ethnic relations, immigration policies and refugee reception models. The living conditions and integration of various immigrant groups are studied in a cross-national comparative perspective.
  • Centre for Research on ethnic Relations and Nationalism (CEREN) - University of Helsinki, Finland
    A centre for research and documentation in the field of ethnic relations and nationalism, based at the Swedish School of Social Science (SSKH) at the University of Helsinki. One of CEREN’s tasks is the co-ordination of the various teaching and research activities of the School in this field. CEREN’s main interest is in developing postgraduate activities, on a national and international level, and in offering research links and information services concerning research on ethnic relations and nationalism in Finland.
  • Centro de Estudios sobre la Identidad Colectiva (CEIC)
    Collective identity studies center at the Basque Country University (Spain).
  • Conpapeles
    A Spanish migration site that concentrates on legal isssues. Spanish and English version.
  • Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations in the Czech Republic
    The main objective of the Consortium is to actively participate in the formation of migration policy and to familiarize the public with the situation of migrants in the Czech and European context. The Consortium also provides media coverage of cases of migrants whose rights were seriously violated, further education of staff member organizations, promotes the exchange of information between NGOs and government on migration and coordinates the response of member organizations on current migration issues.


  • Europäisches Forum für Migrationsstudien (EFMS) - University of Bamberg, Germany
  • European Center for Ethnic, Regional and Sociological Studies (ECERS)
    ECERS was founded in 1989 by the University of Maribor, Slovenia. It is a small but flexible research institute. Regularly involved in the realisation of its programme are thirty-three members of the international scientific council, outstanding experts from various European countries, who co-operate in different forms.
  • European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) 
    An umbrella organization of 73 refugee-assisting agencies in 30 countries.
  • European Migration Centre (EMC)
    Maintains a a large database of literature and provides statistical documentation.
  • European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER)
    ERCOMER is a multidisciplinary research institute devoted to the specialist study of migration and ethnic relations at a European level. Based at Utrecht University (Netherlands) it brings together researchers with a special interest in these issues, to initiate new projects, to provide advanced training and to promote the dissemination of relevant information and research results. The current research-related staff is 25, drawn from seven member states of the European Union. ERCOMER contains annotated links to over 200 major online resources in the field; full online keyword searching of resource descriptions.


  • Immigrating to The United States in the Modern Era
    In: United States Citizenship.
  • Immigration and Naturalization Law - Resources from Galaxy
  • Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) - University of Minnesota, USA 
    An international resource on American immigration and ethnic history. It maintains archival and library collections, sponsors academic and public programs, and publishes bibliographic and scholarly works.
  • Immigration Superhighway
    Created by Information Technology Associates.
  • Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees (ICAR) - London, UK
    An independent academic research and information organisation based at the Runnymede Trust. ICAR encourages understanding, public debate and policy making about Asylum and Refugees in the UK, grounded in accurate and academically sourced information.
  • Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES) - University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • International Association for the Study of Migration (IASFM) 
    Brings together academics, practitioners and decision-makers working on forced migration issues. Through the ages, the forced movement of people, displaced within their own countries or across borders, has been of concern to states and to humanitarians alike. Whether people have been forced to migrate due to persecution, to flee war, to escape famine, or because of a major development project, they face a need for protection and/or assistance.
  • International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship (ICMEC)
    Scholarly research and public policy analysis bearing on international migration, refugees, and the incorporation of newcomers in host countries. New School for Social Research in New York City (USA).
  • International Organization for Migration (IOM) - Geneva, Switzerland 
    An intergovernmental organization that is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. The site features a listing of IOM publications, statements and field missions. You will find a lot of links to related sites, to focus areas (on trafficking in migrants and migrant’s rights), and to migration legislation and migration studies programmes.
  • Internet Service on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity (INCORE) - University of Ulster, Ireland 
    A central resource on the internet for those in the area of conflict resolution and ethnic conflict. It includes a guide to internet resources on these issues, a list of organizations involved in peace and conflict research, and the Ethnic Studies Network bulletin. INCORE (Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity) is a joint initiative of the University of Ulster and the United Nations University.


Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) - Rome, Italy
An international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons. JRS undertakes services at national and regional levels with the support of an international office in Rome. Founded in November 1980 as a work of the Society of Jesus, JRS was officially registered on 19 March 2000 at the Vatican State as a foundation.

Journals & Magazines

  • Ethnic and Racial Studies [abstracts]
    Race, ethnicity and nationalism are at the heart of many of the major social and political issues in the present world. New antagonisms have emerged which require a rethinking of traditional theoretical and empirical perspectives. Ethnic and Racial Studies, published fifteen times a year, is a peer reviewd journal for the analysis of these issues throughout the world. The journal provides an interdisciplinary academic forum for the presentation of research and theoretical analysis, drawing on sociology, social policy, anthropology, political science, economics, geography, international relations, history, social psychology and cultural studies.
  • Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS) [abstracts]
    JEMS has existed under its older title New Community since 1971. It publishes the results of first class research on all forms of migration and its consequences, together with articles on ethnic conflict, discrimination, racism, nationalism, citizenship and policies of integration.
  • International Migration (IM) [abstracts]
    Published on behalf of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). A refereed, policy oriented journal on migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and other social scientists from all parts of the world. It covers the entire field of policy relevance in international migration, giving attention not only to a breadth of topics reflective of policy concerns, but also attention to coverage of all regions of the world and to comparative policy.
  • International Migration Review (IMR) 
    An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal created to encourage and facilitate the study of all aspects of international migration. IMR is widely regarded as the leading journal in the field of international migration, ethnic group relations and refugee movements. It represents the single most comprehensive forum devoted exclusively to the analysis and review of international population movements.
  • Ìrìnkèrindò: a journal of african migration [full text & free]
    Provides a forum for scholarly articles that document the relevance of African migration to global social, political and economic systems. It documents debate among scholars and intellectuals of African immigration and migration, demographers, and African immigrants. In publishing original essays, reprints of hard to find essays, critical commentaries, book reviews, and interviews of African immigrants, it creates a forum for scholars and analysts of African immigration as well as activists throughout the world to participate in debates, exchanges of ideas, and the creation and documentation of knowledge.
  • Migration: A European Journal of International Migration and Ethnic Relations Contains abstracts of recent volumes. The publications are the outcome of research by experienced scientific workers at the Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research.
  • Migration News
    A monthly summary of migration and immigration developments arranged by region (North America, Europe, Asia, and other). You can also get this information by a free e-mail subscription. Presented by: University of California, Davis (USA).
  • Rural Migration News
    Summarizes the most important immigration and integration developments affecting residents of cities and towns in the agricultural areas of California and rural areas throughout the United States. Topics are grouped by category: Rural Communities, Farm Workers, Immigration, Other, and Resources." Subscriptions are also available by (free) e-mail subscription. Presented by: University of California, Davis (USA).


Kearl, Michael - Trinity University
Race & Ethnicity


  • Migration Policy Group (MPG)
    An independent non-profit European organisation dedicated to strategic thinking and acting on equality and mobility. The two areas are related and inextricably linked. Mobility refers on the one hand to geographic mobility and the international movement of people leading to migration, settlement and integration, and on the other hand to social mobility that is hampered by discrimination and is promoted by equal opportunities.
  • Migration Research Unit (MRU) - Department of Geography, University College London (UCL), UK
    The MRU focuses its research on: Labour migration, particularly among the highly skilled; Statistics, sources and information systems; Analysis of trends and processes of international migration in Europe; UK and international migration.


    Push and Pull Factors of International Migration
    A joint project of the statistical bureau of the Commission of the European Communities (EuroStat), and the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI). The objective of the project is to improve our understanding of the direct and indirect causes and machanisms of international migration to the European Union, from an internationally comparative perspective. The focus of the project is on migration from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region and from Sub-Saharan Africa to the European Union.
  • Nederlands Onderzoekscentrum Arbeidsmarkt en Allochtonen (NOA) - Free University, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    The research center Labor Market and Immigrants is located at the Department of labor and organizational pychology, Free University, Amsterdam.
  • Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) - Oslo, Norway 
    An independent, humanitarian, non-profit, non-governmental organisation. It provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide. The majority of our more than 5000 staff members are national employees in NRC’s projects in around 25 countries worldwide.


Organisation Suisse d’Aide aux Réfugiés (OSAR) - Bern, Switzerland 
An umbrella organization of refugee and human rights organizations. OSAR fights to ensure that Switzerland meets the right guaranteed by the Geneva Convention of 1951 right to protection from persecution. It is committed to ensuring that asylum seekers receive a fair trial, and that recognized refugees to participate in our country equal opportunity in the economic, social and cultural life. OSAR is committed to an open and solidary Switzerland.



  • Race, Ethnicity and Immigration - Dept. of Sociology, Harvard University, USA
    A research cluster that focuses on racial and ethnic stratification in the United States, the changing meaning of race and ethnicity over time, racial and ethnic identity and its measurement and content, and the patterns of immigration and immigrant integration in the U.S. and Western Europe. Courses in this cluster also cover racism and anti-racism and the meaning of race and ethnicity in different parts of the world.
  • Race, Gender, & Class - Southern University at New Orleans, USA
    The SUNO-RGC Project is an interdisciplinary and multicultural center on race, gender and class studies. The goal is to develop a forum that will attract "organic intellectuals" within and outside academia for the study and resolution of racial, ethnic, gender and social class issue. The site contains a newsletter, a journal, an annual conference, and bood reader.
  • Refugees International (RI) - Washinton D.C., USA.
    Provides early warning in crises of mass exodus. It seeks to serve as the advocate of the unrepresented -- the refugee. The organization mixes quiet diplomacy and the power of the press to mobilize governments and engage the UN. Their on-the-ground emergency assessment paves the way for relief agencies and human rights organizations to step in with life saving measures.
  • Research Committee on Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (RC05) - International Sociological Association (ISA)
    RC05 encourages research on racism, nationalism and ethnic relations; evaluates policies and explore strategies aimed at eradicating racial discrimination and unequal treatment based on ethnicity; and provides a forum for discussion and dissemination of research in these fields.
  • Research Committtee on Sociology of Migration (RC31) - International Sociological Association (ISA)
    The goal of the RC31 is to advance sociological knowledge on sociology of migration throughout the world. Its general objectives are to promote high quality research on migration and the international exchange of scientific information in this field.
  • RomaPage
    The website of Hungarian roma in English and Hungarian contains hundreds of news articles, music, poems and a lot of other topics.


  • Section on Race, Ethnicity and Politics - American Political Science Association (APSA)
    A section of the American Political Science Association that fosters communication among scholars, recognize leadership in the field, facilitates research and publication opportunities, encourages undergraduate and student interest, and creates a permanent forum for developing and refining appropriate theoretical models in the study of race and ethnicity. Includes a list of recent publications and syllabi related to race, ethnicity and politics, a yearly newsletter and a discussion list, RACE POL.
  • Sociology of Migration (RN35) - European Sociological Association (ESA)
    The Research Network Sociology of Migration is open to migration researchers from inside and outside of Europe. Its aim is to cover all aspects of migration research including integration research and questions of diversity. Younger and established researchers come together in the RN in order to have intellectually enriching debates nourishing future scholarly work. The main purposes of the Research Network are: Advancing theoretical work; Strengthening comparative research perspectives; Furthering methodological discussions, and Deepening cross-disciplinary linkages.
  • Swiss Forum for Migration Studies (SFM) - University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
    An independent research and documentation centre attached to the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. It co-ordinates and documents research on migration and ethnic relations in Switzerland and carries out its own applied research projects on issues related to migration.


UNHCR - The UN Refugee Agency - Geneva, Switzerland 
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was established on December 14, 1950 by the United Nations General Assembly. The agency is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees. It strives to ensure that everyone can exercise the right to seek asylum and find safe refuge in another state, with the option to return home voluntarily, integrate locally or to resettle in a third country. It also has a mandate to help stateless people.



  • [21.10.2009] Videographic: Migration [2:34]
    The Economist reports on how immigrants help both the countries they leave and those to which they move.
  • [14.12.2011] International Migration [7:37]
    Almost everywhere on the world, international migration is a hot topic. Most of the time the debate about migration is fierce and charged with prejudices and fears. At the political level, this has far-reaching consequences, ranging from electoral victories of populist right-wing parties to the increasing isolation policy of Europe and the United States. But what exactly is migration? What are its causes? And what are problems and opportunities? From: Joern Barkemeyer and Jan Kuenzl
  • [01.03.2012] Videographic: The largest migration in history [2:43] 
    An animated infographic about China’s migrant workers. Migration from inland villages to coastal cities has transformed China. Now that is changing, as regional cities inland become the new focus of migration patterns.
  • [10.06.2012] Sociology of Immigration, part 1 [11:09] | part 2 [10:54] by Lorna Rivera (University of Massachusetts Boston, USA)
  • [26.08.2015] Migration of peoples underway: Rising Africa, declining Europe (RT Live) [6:22]
    Gepubliceerd op 26 aug. 2015 The UN has strongly criticised Europe’s handling of the growing migrant crisis, calling it ineffective. The numbers of desperate migrants heading to Europe has surged ... and so far, EU leaders have been unable to present a plan to tackle the crisis. Hugh Bronson, vice chairman of the Berlin branch of the Alternative for Germany party, says Germany is simply not ready to cope with increasing influx of migrants.
  • [28.08.2015] What Europe should do about the migrant crisis [2:59]
    With ever more people attempting to enter Europe – many risking their lives in the process – the need for a viable, fair and humane response from the EU grows stronger.



  • Ancient Egyptian View of Race
    Contains the Ancient Egyptian ethnographic ‘mural of the races’ found in the tomb of Rameses III, showing the Ancient Egyptian view of where they were in the ethnic universe.
  • Antirassistisch-Interkulturelles Informationszentrum Berlin (ARiC)
    A anti-racist and intercultural information center in Berlin.
  • Art.1 - Equal treatment for everyone
    Art.1 [pronounced : article 1] is the national association against discrimination. In this association, local and regional anti-discrimination agencies (ADAs) and the former National Bureau against Discrimination (LBR) have pooled their powers and expertise in order to support and strengthen each other in the battle against discrimination. The members of Art.1 are the ADAs. The national bureau has been created from the former LBR. Art.1 tries to prevent and combat all forms of discrimination (gender, skin-colour, age, handicap, religious belief, sexual orientation etc.).
  • Antiracist Center - Norway
    A nonprofit, politically nonpartisan institution which seeks to promote human rights and equal opportunities, and increase the understanding between the indigenous people and persons of non-Norwegian origin. The Center also provides individual assistance to persons who have become social, political and economic victims of racial discrimination.
  • Artists Against Racism (AAR)
    “We are all one People. With different Faces. From different Places. But we are all one people.”
  • Berkshire Associates Inc.
    A list of articles on affirmative action.
  • Black Quest: Power Resource Links
    A link collection for black power resources. Editor: Arthur Blair (creator of the game 'Black Quest').
  • Crosspoint Anti-Racism
    Organizations all over the world, all of them working in the field of Human Rights, anti-racism, refugees, antisemitism, women, labour, antifascism etc. Also links to jewish organizations, migrant organizations and others, all listed by continent and country.
  • Expo
    Sweden's independent anti-racist magazine, published by Hillstiftelsen, the Hill Foundation (in honour of the intrepid anti-nazi Ray Hill, who spent several years infiltrating the British neo-nazi movement and the European nazi terrorist networks). Expo's platform is a defence of democracy and freedom of speech, against racist, extreme-rightand totalitarian groups and ideologies.
  • Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
    Promoting fair, accurate and inclusive representation as a means of challenging discrimination based on sexual orientation or identity.
  • Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l’antisémitism (LICRA) - Geneva, Switzerland
    “Si tu diffères de moi, loin de me léser, tu m’enrichis.” Independent of any political or religious organization, LICRA aims to fight against all forms of discrimination and, in particular, against racism and antisemitism. LICRA-Suisse is an umbrella organization that oversees the different cantonal sections Geneva, Neuchâtel, Valais and Vaud.
  • Meldpunt Discriminatie Internet (MDI)
    The Discrimination Hotline Internet (DHI) is a project by the Magenta foundation that was founded after an increase of racist and discriminatory statements on the Internet. By sending a warning or request to remove the material DHI tries to decrease the amount of racist and discriminatory statements on the Dutch part of the Internet.
  • Minority Rights Group International (MRGI) 
    MRGI campaigns worldwide with around 130 partners in over 60 countries to ensure that disadvantaged minorities and indigenous peoples, often the poorest of the poor, can make their voices heard. Through training and education, legal cases, publications and the media, we support minority and indigenous people as they strive to maintain their rights to the land they live on, the languages they speak, to equal opportunities in education and employment, and to full participation in public life.
  • Progressive Labor Party
  • Searchlight Magazine 
    Searchlight combats racism, neo-nazism, fascism and all forms of prejudice. It’s a non-sectarian organisation in political, ethnic and religious terms. It believes in achieving the broadest possible unity in the fight against racism, neo-nazism, fascism and prejudice. Searchlight exposes the fascists and racists’ activities and alerts the antifascist community to our opponents’ intentions, plans and trends.
  • United Nations Human Rights (OHCHR) - Geneva, Switzerland 
    By a unique mandate from the international community UHCHR promotes and protects all human rights. The thematic priorities are strengthening international human rights mechanisms; enhancing equality and countering discrimination; combating impunity and strengthening accountability and the rule of law; integrating human rights in development and in the economic sphere; widening the democratic space; and early warning and protection of human rights in situations of conflict, violence and insecurity.
  • Wikipedia


  • Anne Frank Center USA - New York, USA
    A look at her life and times, the traveling exhibit, Anne Frank in the classroom, and more. Provided by the Anne Frank Center USA.
  • Anne Frank - Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
    A historic house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. It preserves the hiding place, has a permanent exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, and has an exhibition space about all forms of persecution and discrimination.
  • Anti-Defamation League (ADL) - New York, USA
    An international Jewish non-governmental organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry. The mission of the ADL is “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike.” The headquarters for the ADL is in New York City. Poisoning the Web: Hatred Online is an ADL report on bigotry, extremism and violence on the internet. It covers the historical background of hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, White Pride Wide World, Homophobia Online, anti-abortion extremism.
  • Auschwitz Alphabet
    A collection of testaments and facts about the notorious death camp and comments on the double lives which American Jews find themselves living because of this heritage. Jonathan Blumen (New York, USA) has created this illustration of the entire human landscape of the camp. Who killed and who died? How did people survive? What happened to the language they spoke? What rules governed the perpetrators and their victims? Where was God? And don’t you believe for one moment that “it never happened”. Those who do not remember this holocaust are doomed to repeat it.
  • The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy
    A superb multimedia presentation on the holocaust, created by Jordan Feil, Kushal Dave & Mike Dale. Provides background information on the holocaust, an interactive timeline of 1933-1945, stories of survivors in RealAudio and text. It gives you the opportunity to develop a sense of what the layout of a camp was and the mechanics behind a death machine.
  • Holocaust Home page
    A discovery of evidence and facts about this terrorfying event that took place in Europe before and during the Second World War. The site informs about how the six million Jews and millions of others including Gypsies, handicapps, and homosexuals in Europe were killed by the Nazis and their different concentration camps. A special chronology takes you through that part of history. You are warned that some of these pictures are gruesome, but they are just to give you a feeling of the atmosphere and living condition of the Jews in the Nazi concentration camps. You will be able to get the horrifying feel of the Holocaust from survivors. You can also learn about the mind of the notorious Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler, and the rise of Nazism. This way, you will have a feeling of both sides of people during is tragic event in history.
  • Nizkor Project
    A collage of projects focused on the Holocaust and its denial, often incorrectly referred to as Holocaust "revisionism. Dedicated to the nearly twelve million victims ruthlessly destroyed by Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime. And the cynical truth comes to us by way of an obscure extremist group: "The real purpose of Holocaust revisionism is to make National Socialism an acceptable political alternative again."
  • Remembering The Holocaust 
    Information pages about the history of the Holocaust & Genocide. Remember.org helps teachers and students find the best resources on the internet and connect them through stories of survival.
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center - Los Angeles, USA 
    An international center for Holocaust remembrance and the defense of human rights and the Jewish people. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the Center’s mandate is a unique combination of social action, public outreach, scholarship, education and media projects as it imparts the lessons of the Holocaust and develops educational strategies for teaching tolerance.
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) - Washingto, DC, USA 
    The United States’ official memorial to the Holocaust. The USHMM provides for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history. It is dedicated to helping leaders and citizens of the world confront hatred, prevent genocide, promote human dignity, and strengthen democracy. Use the museum resources to learn about the Holocaust. The collections contain more than 12,750 artifacts, 49 million pages of archival documents, 80,000 historical photographs, 200,000 registered survivors, 1,000 hours of archival footage, 84,000 library items, and 9,000 oral history testimonies. You can search the photographic archives, the archives holdings and the library holdings.
  • USC Shoah Foundation Testimonies
    Between 1994 and 2002, the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation (now called the USC Shoah Foundation) conducted and recorded nearly 52,000 interviews with Holocaust survivors and other witnesses from 56 countries. In addition to survivors of Nazi persecution, the Foundation interviewed liberators and liberation witnesses, rescuers and aid providers, political prisoners, and participants in war crimes trials. Interviews were conducted in the survivor’s preferred language, and over 32 languages are represented in the collection. Those providing testimony were asked to describe their lives before, during, and after the Holocaust, and in many cases shared pictures and artifacts related to their experiences.
  • Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism (SICSA) - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 
    An interdisciplinary research center dedicated to an independent, non-political approach to the accumulation and dissemination of knowledge necessary for understanding the phenomenon of antisemitism. SICSA engages in research on antisemitism througout the ages, focusing on relations between Jews and non-Jews, particularly in situations of tension and crisis. Provides information on what’s happening in the world of Jewish Studies. Includes bibliographies, academic news, searchable library databases, and a few scholarly reports on anti-Semitism.
  • Wikipedia

Hate Groups: Watch them - Fight them

  • HateWatch 
    Hatewatch monitors and exposes the activities of the American radical right. Presented by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). In the 1980s, the SPLC began monitoring white supremacist activity amid a resurgence of the Klan and today it is internationally known for tracking and exposing a wide variety of hate and extremist organizations throughout the United States. Since 2015 it monitors several small American hate groups that are stepping up efforts to spread local variants of «identitarianism», a movement born in France in recent years that preaches opposition to multiculturalism, often taking shape in the form of anti-Muslim xenophobia.
  • Intelligence Project
    A magazine of the SPLC that monitors extremist and militant activity throughout America and provides comprehensive updates to law enforcement agencies, the media, and the general public. The site contains a list of active hate groups categorized as Klan, Neo-Nazi, Skinhead, Christian Identity, Black Separatist and Other. The database is searchable by (American) State and Type of Hate Group.
  • Kallen, Evelyn - FRSC, York University, North York ON, Canada
    • [1997] Hate on the Net - A question of rights / A question of power
      In: EJS 3(1) 
      Cyberhate messages promoted on the internet by organized political and religious hate groups incite hatred and promote harmful action against racial, ethnocultural, religious and same-sex oriented minorities. Kallen analyses racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic cyberhate messages. The thesis is that, by manipulating deeply held invalidation myths to provide "evidence" for their arguments, high tech hatemongers incite virulent hatred of and harmful action toward targeted minorities. By so doing, high tech hatemongering violates minority members' human rights to dignity and equality by denying their fundamental freedom from group defamation and harassment.
  • Knobel, Marc
  • Media Smarts: Online Hate
    A section of the site of Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Lierary that explores the ways in which hate-mongers use the internet to promote their agenda, exmines the line between hate speech and free speech, provides an overview of relevant legislation and voluntary industry codes, and suggests ways in which to safeguard children and teens. The site also offers seminal articles and the latest reports and surveys on hate in cyberspace.
  • Militia Watchdog Archives
    The latest information available on the growth and nature of the neo-militia movement in the USA. “The neo-militia movement is a large and widespread movement that poses a clear threat to peace and safety. As the largest component of the diverse patriot movements, which includes common law courts, sovereign citizens, tax protesters, Christian patriots, white supremacists and other extreme groups, the militia movement is in the vanguard of anti-government extremism.”
  • Nazism Exposed
    Information about the activity of Nazi, fascists and extreme nationalists in Europe and on the Internet. "We can no longer hide our head in the sand and pretend that they don't exist, and we can not accept that people are being murdered because their skin colour, culture, religion, appearance, sexuality, way of life or way of thinking are different. These extremist groups must be stopped!"
  • Public Eye, The - Somerville, Massachusetts, UA 
    A magazine published by the Political Research Associates (PRA). PRA is an independent, not-for-profit research center which monitors the organizations, individuals, and activities of the US political right. Their purpose is to serve as an information clearinghouse providing archival information on the right wing, including links among right-wing groups, financing behind right-wing activities, and analysis of right-wing movements, and to serve as an early warning system for those who need to know about emerging trends and developments. Categories: Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, Antisemitism, Authoritarianism, Stereotyping, Scapegoating, Conspiracism.
  • Stop the Hate - UK
    The official website of the Strategic Hate Crime Prevention Partnership (SHCPP) operating in Essex. It’s the one-stop shop for information and advice for all matters concerning hate crime in Essex.
  • Teaching Tolerance: Hate on the Internet
    The wonder of the internet has been tarnished by hundreds of web sites that spew hate. Hatemongers can now reach into the room of any child who has a home computer. Their sites are often deceptive. Many attempt to disguise their message under a veneer of respectability. They use manipulation and lies to make their ideas sound almost reasonable. Here you may “tour” a hate site, and learn the truth about it. Teaching Tolerance was founded in 1991 by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPL). It is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences.
  • Videos on hate groups
    • [14.04.2011] Hate Groups in the USA, part 1 [14:51] | 2 [14:51] | 3 [14:52] | 4 [14:51] 
      Arthur Jones (America First Comitee - a white suprematist organization) being interviewed by J.Q. Adams (Western Illinois University)
    • [08.09.2013] Japan Grapples with the Rise of Hate Groups [11:36]
      Tensions in East Asia are putting stress on Japanese society as rightwing activists begin to target resident Koreans. This has led to some politicians calling for legislative action against hate speech.
    • [08.08.2014] Top 10 Notorious Hate Groups [12:22]
      History is filled with groups that have advocated hate and violence. In this video, WatchMojo takes a look at some of the most infamous hate groups to ever exist, to better understand the causes of their rise, what explains their growth in popularity, and what led to their decline. These are the ten most notorious hate groups from an US perspective: Arian Brotherhood; New Black Panters; Jewish Defense League; National Socialist Movement; White Power Skinheads; Taliban; Westboro Baptist Church («God H8S Fags»); Al-Qaeda; Ku Klux Klan («We hate niggers, we hate Jews, we hate faggets and we hate spics. We don’t have to have a reason to hate them. Just because they breath we hate them»); Neo-Nazis.
    • [30.05.2013] Hate Groups Spread Influence Via Internet [2:56]
      Hate groups of various kinds are using the Internet for propaganda and recruitment, and a Jewish human rights organization that monitors these groups, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, says their influence is growing. The messages are different, but the calls to hatred or violence are similar. VOA’s Mike O’Sullivan reports.
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