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How to Monitor Human Rights and Freedom of Religion or Belief: Equal Protection by Separation of Belief and State has two Community Databases integral to preparing a Community Report on Human Rights and Freedom of Religion or Belief. The databases are static without inter-active functionality. They have Q&A that must be filled out on separate document files or on your own spreadsheet database and sent to The Tandem Project by e-mail or a website.

The Community Resources Database is a list of community contacts for research, interviews, meetings and other events and assignments. Each contact has nine standard database fields for registering information on the name, address, telephone, fax, e-mail and website of an organization, institution or person. A tenth field is designated as a notepad to record research information and notes after the contact. The contacts lists must be filled out before beginning to study Article 18 and the 1981 U.N. Declaration on Freedom of Religion or Belief. Research for the contact list is a learning experience, to discover how the community currently inter-acts with issues that address human rights and freedom of religion or belief. It is possible to use a standard computer spreadsheet for these contacts.

The Community Information Database is a format for recording research information from the Study Topics and Notes on the 1981 U.N. Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief. The Community Information Database must be duplicated in full in word file documents and answered exactly as if it were a functional, inter-active database.

Click on the titles below to open the Community Databases.