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Contre le racisme et l'extrême droite

  • SOS Racisme. Repérer et de dénoncer les actes de discrimination raciste.
  • HALDE. Haute autorité de lutte contre les discriminations et pour l'égalité.
  • Quand la LDH dérape. Site de militants et de sympathisants de la LDH qui essayent de résister.
  • Extreme France. Autour du livre de Fiammetta Venner.
  • Quand le Mrap dérape. Site de militants et de sympathisants du Mrap qui essayent de résister.
  • Avenir du Mrap. Collectif réunissant des militants et des élus du MRAP.

Sites laïques

Sites pro-avortement, santé, reproduction[1]

  • Le Planning familial (MFPF)
  • ANCIC
  • REVHO : REVHO (Réseau Entre la Ville et l'Hôpital pour l'Orthogénie), association créée en 2004 dont le but principal est de favoriser le developpement de l'IVG médicamenteuse dans les cabinets de ville
  • Equilibre et population
  • Uspda (Suisse)
  • Demain le monde est une campagne d'éducation au développement et à la solidarité internationale. Elle a été lancée en septembre 2001 par un collectif d'associations afin de participer à la promotion des concepts et des pratiques de développement durable auprès du public français.
  • Family Planet est une campagne américaine de mobilisation en faveur de l'accès à la planification familiale dans le monde.
  • Safemotherhood est une initiative internationale pour réduire la mortalité et la morbidité maternelle dans le monde.
  • Alan Guttmacher Institute, organisme à but non lucratif de recherche en santé de la reproduction (New York).
  • Catholics for a free choice, organisme à but non lucratif qui regroupe des catholiques favorables au libre choix en matière de fécondité (Washington).
  • [CGSO Trefpunt|http://www.cgso.be/)
  • Deutsche Stiftung Weltbev?lkerung (DSW), ONG allemande partenaire d'EuroNGOs (Hanovre).
  • EuroNgos rassemble les ONG européennes qui agissent en faveur de la santé de la procréation dans les pays en développement et facilitent ou encadrent des programmes de population.
  • [International Centre for Reproductive Health (http://www.icrh.org) lance avec l'appui de la Commission européenne des projets de prévention et d'actions. (Belgique)
  • International Foundation for Population and Development (IFPD), ONG suisse partenaire d'EuroNGOs (Lausanne).
  • Marie Stopes International, organisation membre d'EuroGOs qui soutient des programmes de santé de la reproduction dans les pays en développement (Londres).
  • Population Concern, organisation non gouvernementale britannique membre d'EuroGOs qui lutte pour le respect des droits et l'accès aux services de santé de la reproduction (Londres).
  • Population Council, source d'information sur les questions de population (New-York).
  • Vaestoliitto (http://www.vaestoliitto.fi/, ONG finlandaise partenaire d'EuroNGOs.
  • World Population Foundation (WPF) est une ONG hollandaise partenaire d'EuroNGOs.
  • Fédération internationale de gynécologie et d'ostétrique (FIGO)
  • Fédération internationale pour la planification familiale (IPPF), fédération d'associations de planning familial de 150 pays (Londres).
  • Fonds des Nations unies pour la population (FNUAP), premier organisme d'assistance en matière de population, aide plus de 160 pays à mettre en places des politiques de population, des services de santé de la procréation, soutient la recherche démographique et mène des campagne d'information sur ces questions (New York).
  • Fonds international de développement agricole (FIDA) mobilise les ressources en faveur du développement rural dans les pays pauvres et pour l'amélioration de leurs producations (Rome).
  • International confederation of midwives (ICM).
  • "C" votre solidarité, portail relativement complet sur les différents modes d'actions humanitaires accessibles à tous. Il comprend également des dossiers d'actualité et des fiches sur des projets de terrain menés par des associations françaises.
  • 34 Million Friends of UNFPA, grassroots effort to find 34 million Americans to each give $1 dollar to provide reproductive health services in the world's poorest countries through the UN Population Fund. The effort sprung up after President Bush witheld the $34 million Congress designated for these services.
  • Abortion Access Project. A Boston-based group working to make abortion a more accessible option in Massachusetts. Advocating a more extensive training of health practitioners to provide abortions, this site has interesting information and some links.
  • Abortion Clinics Online. A comprehensive listing of abortion providers, broken down by country and state. About half of these listings have their own web pages, usually providing contact information, medical facts, and appointment information. There is also a section with links to other pro-choice sites on the Internet, a welcome message that includes a 'you Are Not Alone? subsection and information on birth control.
  • ACT-UP, New York. Committed to action to end the AIDS crisis, the ACT-UP site lists activist tips and documents, keeps a current list of action reports, and sells ACT-UP merchandise.
  • AIDS Outreach Center. This resource center has links to AIDS activist groups, safer sex advocates, medical associations, and political organizations that deal with the AIDS crisis.
  • Alan Guttmacher Institute. The Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) is a public policy organization that works "to protect the reproductive choices of all women and men--in the United States and throughout the world," including the support of women's "ability to obtain the information and services needed to achieve their full human rights, safeguard their health and exercise their individual responsibilities in regard to sexual behavior, reproduction and family formation." Download their research and publications and learn about the state of reproductive health throughout the world.
  • American College of Nurse-Midwives. Useful for consumers, potential midwives and health care professionals, this site has basic information about nurse-midwifery, tips on how to find a nurse-midwife, having your baby with a nurse-midwife, and education and certification information. Also find nurse-midwifery job opportunities and a strong list of links on pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Ann Rose's Ultimate Birth Control Links Page. Ann Rose?s page is dedicated to educating the public about sexual activity and birth control, and it contains invaluable information on abstinence, condoms, the pill, emergency contraception, hormone implants, and more.
  • Atlanta Reproductive Health Centre, A Woman?s Guide to Contraception, Sexually Transmitted Diseases. This site includes information on contraception and sexually transmitted diseases as well as Barnard College?s Student Contraception Guide and Student STD Guide.
  • Campaign for RU 486 and Contraceptive Research. The past and present of FMF's campaign for approval and access of this early abortion pill, including Facts on the Medical Uses of Mifepristone, The Fight to Get Mifepristone in the U.S., and How to Get Mifeprex.
  • Catholics for a Free Choice (U.S.). This D.C.-based group works in partnership with reproductive health,interfaith and Catholic church reform groups that share its commitment to safe, legal reproductive health care and women's equality.
  • Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. Committed to researching the AIDS virus, this center provides information on disease prevention, studies on AIDS and prevention, and ongoing research projects.
  • Center for Reproductive Law and Policy. The CRLP is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights. CRLP's domestic and international programs engage in litigation, policy analysis, legal research, and public education seeking to achieve women's equality in society and ensure that all women have access to appropriate and freely chosen reproductive health services.
  • Center for Reproductive Rights. The Center for Reproductive Rights is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights. Their site contains frequently updated information on the Center's legal campaigns to improve access to reproductive health care throughout the world, as well as many publications on reproductive health technologies and issues- a great site for research.
  • Choice 101 Your Online, Abortion-Rights, Education Course. 1) How to Keep Abortion Legal. 2) The Anti-abortion War Is About Politics.It's NOT About Saving Babies!
  • Citizens for Midwifery. Citizens for Midwifery is a non- profit, volunteer, grassroots organization. Founded by several mothers in 1996, it is the only national consumer-based group promoting the Midwives Model of Care. The goal of Citizens for Midwifery is to see that the Midwives Model of Care is available to all childbearing women and universally recognized as the best kind of care for pregnancy and birth. Citizens for Midwifery also endorses the Mother-Friendly Childbirth Initiative?.
  • Condomania. Condomania provides information on condoms and various contraceptives, as well as links to information on safer sex, resources and hotlines.
  • CondomHall. CondomHall is a student volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to students and their sexual health. We provide condoms and condom advice/education as well as information on AIDS and STDs. Students can even get Free Condoms. Our safer sex mission is to help prevent AIDS, STDs and unwanted pregnancies among the student community. Students can even get Free Condoms. We are very discreet and have a 100% Privacy Guarantee.
  • Danco Laboratories. Danco Laboratories markets Mifeprex (the trafde name for mifepristone) in the United States. Their site contains information on mifepristone and its uses, as well as instructions on how to get Mifeprex.
  • Dr. Deborah's Guide to the Federal Abortion Ban. This is the first and only website dedicated to the physician perspective on the Federal Abortion Ban. Written in clear and direct language, this site provides stories of patients and doctors who will be affected by the ban, and Dr. Deb answers questions about what the ban really means.
  • Early Options. This site is administered by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) in an effort to "educate and instruct health care professionals...in the safe and effective administration of mifepristone/misoprostol for early medical abortion." NAF is accredited by the ACCME and offers health care professionals the opportunity to obtain CME credits specifically on medical abortion. The site also contains information for women considering medical abortion.
  • Emergency Contraceptives. In the FAQ portion of the site, there is instruction on how to use regularly prescribed pills as an emergency contraceptive.
  • Evidence Accrues on Safety, Efficacy, and Acceptability of Early Medical Abortion.
  • Family Health Internationa. The site for this non-profit group working to improve the quality of reproductive health care for women around the world contains information on family planning, HIV, AIDS, STDs, and Women?s Studies.
  • Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances and Choices Campaign. Check out feminist.org's sister site, feministcampus.org, where pro-choice activists from campuses across the nation meet!
  • Feminist News Stories on Abortion rights. Read daily feminist news stories on abortion and reproductive rights written by FMF staff.
  • Feminist Women's Health Center of Washington. This down-to-earth, friendly site contains a great pro-choice store, personal stories, Spanish pages, stories on clinic violence and medical abortion, emergency contraceptive information, Washington state resources and contact information, general women's health information, and more. The site is dedicated to providing empowering and personally supportive information.

Féminisme

Environnement, écologie

  • Good Planet . Réseau de lutte contre le Front national et le fascisme.

Sites gais et lesbiens. Sites contre l'homophobie

  • Al Fatiha . Organisation de gays, de lesbiennes et de transgenre musulmans ou d'origine musulman
  • SOS Homophobie . Lutte contre l'homophobie grâce à une ligne d'écoute téléphonique anonyme et en sensibilisant l'opinion et les pouvoirs publics.

Blogs remarqués

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Notes

[1] liste de liens en cours de construction