Throughout this web site there are web pages on various topics, and in many cases there are also hyperlinks to reference information on other web sites. Here we present some additional links to independant web sites that contain a variety of useful information on ethics or topics closely related to ethics:
www.PassItOn.com short inspirational messages.
DailyGood.org News that Inspires.
Gimundo.com Ideas to improve your day.
GoodNewsNetwork.org News stories.
InspireMyKids.com inspiring stories about children.
www.goodcharacter.com free character education materials for teachers.
charactercounts.org information and resources for teachers.
character.org character education for children.
Markkula Centre Applied Ethics Resources.
moralfoundations.org basic principles that underly various morality practices found across the world.
www.secularethic.org Secular Ethics, based on an initiative of the Dalai Lama ("research and dialog with all faiths and non-believers").
www.Ethics.org surveys, research, and information to promote ethics in business and government organizations.
ethicscentre.ca Canadian Ethics Centre - Information for businesses to promote corporate ethics.
www.ethicsweb.ca/resources directory of Ethics resources
http://www.universalmorality.org Universal morality - the need for universal standards of behavior.
http://d2bb.org/morality.htm deciding to be better - basic principles and rules of ethics, based on treating other people how you wish to be treated.
Happiness hyperlinks are now presented on this site in the happiness research page.
www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaimed by the U.N. General Assembly in 1948.
warpreventioninitiative.org War prevention initiative.
www.ucsusa.org/take-action/preventing-nuclear-war Preventing Nuclear War - Union of Concerned Scientists
The above sites have no affiliation with Universal Ethics. Sites are listed that contain useful content that appeared to be consistent with well established principles of good ethics at the time the link was posted.
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