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Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute http://www.thinktwice.com
They offer the world’s largest selection of uncensored information on childhood shots and other immunizations. Because this is such an important topic, they believe that parents are entitled to full disclosure of all pertinent data, and the freedom to choose whether or not to vaccinate their children. They update this website regularly.
The Chemical Scorecard www.scorecard.org
Created by the Environmental Defense Fund. Allows users to insert a zipcode to find out which chemicals are affecting their communities.
Doing the Right Thing – The Ethics Connection www.scu.edu/ethics
This site does not tell visitors what opinion to have on any given topic. But it does help them consider “what to think about in making ethical decisions.” The California-based Markkula Center for Applied Ehtics,
which runs the site, hopes to create a dialogue between scholars and everyday folks who face ethical questions in their daily lives.
Child Welfare League of America (www.cwla.org)
CWLA is predominantly a service provider, but advocacy opportunities exist here through an action alert area that lists current legislation with details on who to call and what to say.
Lists current legislation and both government and media contacts. If you join them (free of charge and confidential), they’ll email your messages to Congress and the media for you.
20/20 Vision www.2020vision.org
This organization’s offline efforts are focused on making activism easy and effective. Their “Tools for Grassroots Activists,” is a good collection of resources.
Corporate Watch www.corpwatch.org
This site collects action alerts created by other groups, offers a unique campaign (called the Greenwash Awards) that exposes environmentally unsound practices of corporations hiding behind “green” PR, and provides information on how to research companies yourself.
Wisconsin Stewardship Network www.wsn.org
This site includes an online events calendar that anyone can add to, interactive action alerts that people can contribute to.
Institute for Alternative Journalism www.alternet.org
Features stories from alternative newsweeklies, magazines and web publications from across the country, invaluble resources and national employment listings.
Environmental Working Group www.ewg.org
Wealth of well-researched, heavy-hitting reports to help anyone’s environmental advocacy efforts.
Tools for organizing in cyberspace, current action issues, pointers to other online activism resources.
Corporate Agribusiness Research Project www.carp.com
CARP is a public interest research project, sponsored by Voice for a Viable Future, which seeks to provide family farmers, labor, consumers and citizen activists with vital corporate agribusiness accountability,
news and commentary.
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University “The future of mankind depends on us, on each of us, each in our own way. It is our shared and individual responsibility, yours and mine. Indeed, it is only with the assistance of everyone, the support of everyone, each of us working in our own way in accordance with our means and potential that such a huge task can be accomplished. Peace is neither an unattainable ideal nor an abstract concept. It is very tangible: it is above all a right, the legitimate right of every individual to be able to develop, free from the threat of destruction, in harmony and justice, with self-respect and respect for others.” – Ambassador Jan Matenson, former Director of the UN Centre for Human Rights, Geneva.