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These are some websites that may be helpful in your research. They cover topics ranging from ebooks written by historically famous philosophers to various public opinion and social issue websites.
Additional Philosophy works can be found at Project Gutenberg such as Hobbes' Leviathan. Any work by a philosopher that is out of copyright (roughly published before 1930) should be available for free online.
A non-profit organization that provides useful information and resources on 42 controversial issues.
A worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights to be respected and protected. Contains news; features; actions; video and audio; information about countries, campaigns and issues. Also produces hundreds of reports, press releases, appeals for action and newsletters each year.
United National Human Rights
Provides a forum for identifying, highlighting and developing responses to today's human rights challenges worldwide, and acts as the principal focal point of human rights research, education, public information, and human rights advocacy activities in the United Nations system.
Gallup provides data-driven news based on U.S. and world polls, daily tracking and public opinion research.
(The E-Server, Iowa State Univ.) - Online versions of classical philosophical texts, arranged alphabetically by philosopher.
A nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling.