Useful Links

This section provides a collection of links to ethic-related information on the internet. Please note that the inclusion of a website does not constitute a recommendation from the consortium, that is not responsible for the content of any of the websites included in this list.

Amnesty International Library contains news; features; actions; video and audio; information about countries, campaigns and issues. Amnesty International also produces hundreds of reports, press releases, appeals for action and newsletters each year and these are available in the Library.

Arbax consists of an online videogame and social network with the main aim of learning about bullying and racism in the classroom, discussing and encouraging the active participation of both students and teachers.

Ethic Platform of the University of Natural Resources and Life Science in Vienna has the ambition to act as a motor and driving force in the direction of a systematic, participative and constructive discussion of ethical issues.

Within the project CAVA (changing attitudes to dating violence in adolescents), a videogame was developed for pupils aged 13+. They learn how to handle difficult situations about relationships between men and women. The game is available in English and German.
It also includes a self-registration platform for teachers.

The Center for Critical Thinking (established by Richard Paul) offers a very extensive and well organized library (link-page) for critical thinking education.

Critical Thinking Web is a website with 100 online tutorials on different aspects of thinking skills. The tutorials are completely free and under a Creative Commons license.

DARE stands for "Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe". It is a European-wide network of NGOs and other organizations devoted to raise the profile of Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC) and Human Rights Education (HRE).

Domino A manual to use peer group education as a means to fight racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and intolerance.

Ed2.0Work is a European Union funded education network that spans education and the world of work and is designed to improve the use of Web2.0 tools in both fields.

Educate Together developed a post-graduate Certificate course in Ethical and Multi-denominational Education, in partnership with the St Patrick’s College in Dublin.

Europeana Portal is a search engine for the digitized collections of museums, libraries, archives and galleries across Europe. You can search for images, videos, audio files and texts with the keyword ethical, ethics etc. and see the enormous number of hits. You can then refine your search for language, country, copyright and provider.

Lehrer Online is a ready to use teaching material about Human Rights prepared by different organizations for different age groups (in German language).

Makkula Centre for Applied Ethics is a forum for research and discussion in all areas of "real world ethical issues".

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work.

Sapere, Philosophy for Children, Colleges, Communities aims to encourage children (or adults) to think critically, caringly, creatively and collaboratively.

Learning as Dialogue: Dialogic forms of pedagogy, in whatever format they occur, are the most influential in promoting long lasting educational impact.

UAAR A manual to use peer group education as a means to fight racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and intolerance.

Weltethos carries out and encourages inter-cultural and inter-religious research, stimulates and implements inter-cultural and inter-religious education.
Please look also the specific topics discussed in the Austrian web pages.

Wikispace Anti-bullying wikis and resources have assembled a great collection of anti-bullying resources to help educators and students cultivate safe, socially thriving communities in support of National Bullying Prevention Month. The collection features cyberbullying and digital citizenship wikis, free interactive anti-bullying lessons with videos and activities, and more!

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