Interactive Resources Archive
The Huffington Post’s Religion section presents an interfaith, inclusive religious calendar, –along with photos — for nine major world religions: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Paganism, Shinto and Sikhism.
This resource is the National Geographic story on Islam, with links to online forums, bibliographies, Muslim organizations, and a digital Quran.
Current debates about integration, religious freedom and cultural diversity highlight growing levels of tensions between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the US and Europe—most of which are founded on a lack of information. This video project aims to provide a … Continue reading
Sporcle offers a great selection of religion quizzes and games for everyone. Timed quizzes allow players to test their knowledge on a variety of different issues and religions.
This online resource contains activities for all ages, looking at why working together is important, and linking working together on a small scale to large scale conflicts around the world. Perfect for exploring ideas about different cultures and beliefs. This … Continue reading
This website, contained within the 'Schools' section of the BBC website, contains numerous worksheets for teachers to use when teaching children about religions. Each of the major world religions is present and the worksheets are available in both PDF and … Continue reading
This resource is an interactive online quiz about six of the world's major religions. Children can choose a religion and then answer various trivia questions about the religion, including what symbols are associated with it, holy days and festivals, and … Continue reading
This is an interactive virtual tour of a town which incorporates education about the Catholic faith, including the inside of a church, information about Catholicism, and religion in the home.
'Not Just Numbers' is a toolkit about migration and asylum in the European Union, produced by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The toolkit has been designed to help teachers and … Continue reading
SikhNet exists to provide a global virtual community for Sikhs and all those interested in the Sikh way of life. It does this by providing spiritual education and resources in a non-judgemental, neutral environment intended to inspire and uplift all … Continue reading