Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University increase understanding of the fundamental role religion has played in shaping law, politics, and society and offers five degree programs, pursues multi-year research projects, has produced more than 300 books and hosted major international conferences and lecture series.
Centre d’Information et de Conseil des Nouvelles Spiritualités. Susciter la création d’un Observatoire des minorités spirituelles indépendant. Créer un mouvement solidaire en faveur du respect des libertés individuelles et des choix de vie alternatifs.
Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR) is a network of independent but related organizations of scholars in various countries, devoted to promote scholarly research in the field of new religious consciousness, to spread reliable and responsible information, and to expose the very real problems associated with some movements, while at the same time defending everywhere the principles of religious liberty.
Claremont Lincoln University is interdisciplinary, multicultural and multireligious; a place to educate people of many traditions, side by side, so that all can flourish in a multireligious world.
Fides et Libertas, the Journal of the International Religious Liberty Association, is an annual scholarly journal that publishes articles by members of its Board of Experts, other academics and activists in the field of religious freedom and human rights, along with news and reports from its international congresses and symposiums (most of these are available online).
Global Ethic Foundation carries out and encourages inter-cultural and inter-religious research, stimulates and implements inter-cultural and inter-religious education, disseminates the results of the research on a global ethic and supports inter-cultural and inter-religious encounters for research and education.
Infromation Network on Religious Movements is based at the London School of Economics and has the primary aim of providing information that is as accurate, balanced, and up-to-date as possible about alternative religious, spiritual and esoteric movements.
Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life is a project of the Pew Research Center that seeks to promote deeper understanding of issues that intersect in religion and public affairs through surveys, demographic analyses and other social science research and provides a neutral venue for discussions of issues through roundtables and briefings.
Public Religion Research Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, independent firm specializing in quantitative and qualitative research at the intersection of religion, values, and public policy.
Website Guide to Tolerance Education, the Centre for European Studies, Jagiellonian University, assists educational policy makers to incorporate tolerance education and respect for freedom of religion and belief into curricula by presenting a guide to education programs that already exist.