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Useful Web Sites

This is a site about race, racism and growing up in Britain and focuses on nine young British people from different backgrounds. They will invite you to their home where you can meet their family and friends and share some experiences.

Citizenship Foundation
The Citizenship Foundation has good ideas and case studies on citizenship

Equality and Human Rights Commission
The Equality and Human Rights Commission was launched in October 2007, taking over the role and functions of the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE), the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) and the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and assuming new responsibilities for sexual orientation, age, religion and belief, and human rights. It works in both the public and private sectors to encourage fair treatment and to promote equal opportunities for everyone, regardless of their race, colour, nationality, or national or ethnic origin.

Experience Pakistan
A new site with it's first activity having taken place in 2002. It provides a site for schools to access for a sponsored research trip to Pakistan. It aims to promote better understanding about Pakistan amongst school age children and young people.

The Inclusion web site lists more than 100 resources of interest to this group.

The Institute of Race Relations
The Institute of Race Relations seeks to reflect the experiences of those who have suffered racial oppression. This site has news, details of projects, resources and mail groups.

Interfaith Religious Calendars
This has a directory of UK faiths and information on building relationships with faith communities. Includes interfaith religious calendars by Day, Month by Month, Year by Year.

Minority Languages Translation & Interpreting

Focuses in the minority languages for the public sector, this website has been invaluable to Central Government, Local Councils, Health sector, Charities and many Refugee and Asylum seeker groups.

An official translation provider to the UK government and regularly support members of the public with translation of specialised legal documents such as visa applications and the supporting documents that are usually required along with such applications.

Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)

The National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum

Spectrum Radio
The only station of its kind in the United Kingdom, a commercial radio station purely dedicated to serving the the ethnic communities which form today’s cosmopolitan London.

Stevenage World Forum for Ethnic Communities

Talking with children about terrorism

Talking with children about terrorism - Purdue University, Indiana

The Topmarks site has a whole variety of links to promote multicultural education. It lists the site, Cool Planet for Kids, from Oxfam which has facts about the developing world. There are also links to sites with information on the Punjab, Chinese New Year, and much more. Just visit the site and select multicultural education: