McKinnon: Issues in Political Theory 2e
A UK campaign, organised by gay rights group Outrage!, seeking to make both marriage and civil partnership open to heterosexuals and homosexuals alike.
Holocaust Denial on Trial
Perhaps of use to those interested in whether Holocaust Denial should be tolerated, this website documents a well-known libel trial of 2000, in which the Revisionist historian David Irving tried (and failed) to defend his claims and methodology against criticisms by author Deborah Lipstadt. Lipstadt's blog, in which she discusses responses to Holocaust Denial and anti-Semitism, can be read here: lipstadt.blogspot.com/.
International Day for Tolerance
Information on the UN's International Day for Tolerance, held annually on 16th November. Includes links to relevant UN documents and initiatives.
A page maintained on the Oregon State University website giving details of Locke's life and works, with links to full online copies of his major works, including ‘A Letter Concerning Toleration’.
Lessons in Tolerance
Classroom materials, student and teacher forums, and other resources from the City College of San Francisco.
John Dunn discusses Locke’s position on toleration, whilst Wendi Brown discusses her views on tolerance (a term which she uses, note, in preference to ‘toleration’).
Website maintained by followers of various religions, plus atheists, calling for religious tolerance in the US and Canada; various essays on the achievement of religious tolerance, plus perspectives on issues such as abortion and homosexuality.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Entry on toleration.
Home page of the well-known UK-based gay rights lobbyists.