World Vision is a Christian relief and development agency working on poverty reduction worldwide. World Vision president Richard Stearns’ book The Hole in Our Gospel won the 2010 Christian Book of the Year award. One focus of its work is sustainable development, including microfinance — it opened a microlending website this spring and has already attracted $385,000 and made more than 1,250 […]
The University of Southern California’s Center for Muslim-Jewish Engagement has an online resource for Jewish and Islamic religious texts.
The Sabr Foundation, a nonprofit religious educational group offers this history of Muhammad.
The Islam Project is a multimedia effort aimed at schools, communities and individuals who want a clearer understanding of Islam. The project is partially funded by the Carnegie Corporation. It offers this background on Muhammad.
The Macdonald Center for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut has this page with links on Muslim-Christian relations.
An international Buddhist organization.
Informal coalition of academic associations involved in university-level journalism and mass communication. Organizations from six continents participate with a focus on universal issues in the field.
Network of nonprofit investigative journalism organizations that conduct training, produce stories, provide resources and encourage the creation of similar nonprofit groups.
Professional network for journalists of Arab and Middle Eastern descent. Promotes accurate reporting about the Arab world and the Middle East, links journalists with sources, encourages youth of Arab and Middle Eastern descent to pursue journalism, and more.