Religion and Ethics Newsweekly (PBS) has set itself apart from the mainstream media by providing distinctive, cutting-edge news coverage and analysis of national and international events in the ever-changing religious world. Hosted by veteran journalist Bob Abernethy and produced by Thirteen/WNET New York, the acclaimed one-of-a-kind TV show examines religion's role -- and the ethical dimensions -- behind top news headlines.
The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding is a New York-based resource for issues of peacemaking and religious diversity in workplaces, schools, and health care.
Forum on Religion and Ecology offers extensive resources and readings on how the world's main religious traditions show respect for the earth.
The Association of Religion Data Archives provides user-friendly tools for the exploration of social science data and research on religion (scores of traditions and sects), spirituality and ethics.
The School for Ethical Education (SEE), in Milford, Connecticut, supports strategies to put ethics in action to develop positive character through programs that include service learning, academic integrity, essay writing for character education with laws of life for character-based decision making.
The Institute on Religion and Civic Values specializes in advancing knowledge about world religions and cultures.
The Pluralism Project's mission is to help Americans engage with the realities of religious diversity through research, outreach, and the active dissemination of resources.
Religious Studies in Secondary Schools (RSISS) is a coalition of public and private secondary school teachers committed to the idea that education is not complete without the academic study of the world's religious traditions and the ethical values, literatures, and cultures so inextricably linked to them.