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McKinnon: Issues in Political Theory 2e

Chapter 9

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain
www.ex-muslim.org.uk
Website of the group, launched in June 2007, to support and represent people who leave the Islamic faith.

Feminism and Multiculturalism (Boston Review)
bostonreview.net/BR22.5/toc.html
The October/November 1997 issue of the Boston Review included a debate on ‘Feminism and Multiculturalism’, initiated by Susan Okin’s well-known article, ‘Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?’, and including replies from Will Kymlicka, Bhikhu Parekh, Joseph Raz, and others.

Making Multicultural Australia
www.multiculturalaustralia.edu.au/
Perhaps of interest to those who want to consider the role of education in promoting cultural understanding, this website contains resources for use by teachers in classes about Australia's multicultural history and contemporary cultural diversity.

MIRIS: Minority Rights Information System
www.eurac.edu/miris
A large, searchable database, including the histories and demographics of minority groups around the world, and the text of legislation, treaties and resolutions on minority rights.

Muhammad Cartoons Row 2006 (The Guardian)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/muhammad-cartoons
An archive on The Guardian newspaper’s website of stories relating to the controversy over a Danish newspaper’s publication of a series of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2006.

Philosophy Bites
philosophybites.com/2008/06/will-kymlicka-o.html
philosophybites.com/2007/07/anne-phillips-o.html
Podcasts in which Will Kymlicka and Anne Phillips each discuss multiculturalism.

The Runnymede Trust
www.runnymedetrust.org/
A UK think tank on multiculturalism and race equality.

The Samosa
www.thesamosa.co.uk/
A political website and blog covering multicultural issues in Britain and abroad, with a particular focus on the Pakistani community.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
plato.stanford.edu/entries/multiculturalism/
plato.stanford.edu/entries/rights-group/
Entries on multiculturalism and group rights.

UNESCO Culture Sector
www.unesco.org/new/en/culture
Website detailing UNESCO's cultural programme and its various activities, which include the promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue.