Please submit in the most specific category your site fits under, i.e. sites about a single topic should be submitted under that topic.This category lists sites where the emphasis is direct vigorous action especially in support of or opposition to one side of a controversial issue.
This category should only contain sites that have some details as to "what you can do", action that people can take, or have taken. A site offering primarily general information or education on a subject should be submitted to Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/Society_and_Culture/Issues. A site about a particular political grouping or ideology or which emphasises electoral and governmental actions should be submitted to Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/Society_and_Culture/Politics
To help users of the ODP, we would be grateful:
- if you would not offer charity web-sites here. Please use the links to find a more appropriate category.
- and for local branches of national charities already listed to offer themselves to a local category.
This category tree is intended for sites with information about charitable giving in general, or sites which are resources for charities.
Please submit subject-specific forums and chat areas to their subject categories.This category includes forums, web-based chat, as well as internet relay chat, and internet relay chat resources. If you're not sure which to choose, then try the General guides listed here, it recommends easy-to-use chat sites, and lists many help files for beginning chatters. Subject-specific chat and forum areas should be listed within the subject category.
Notice to those submitting sites: this category is for sites that are best described as being relevant to the care of children in the United Kingdom as a whole.There is currently no description created for this category.
If your site does not meet the above description, but is relevant to a specific part of the UK, then it belongs in that part of the directory.
Recall that every site submitted is categorized by at least one editor, often more. Moving sites that are submitted in the wrong place to where they belong takes time, sometimes considerable time. You are therefore strongly advised to take a few minutes to choose the most applicable category for your submission. If necessary, read about dmoz: it will repay dividends in your use of the directory as well as potentially getting your site listed a lot sooner. This effort put into placing each site is for the benefit of users. Please try making the same effort when you submit: you might like it so much you consider becoming an editor (you should apply for a small category at first).
Sites which are about crime in general, and some internationally recognised crimes such as those of Myra Hindley or Jack the Ripper, should be listed in Society/Crime/. Sites which are about Crime and Justice as an Issue should go in the appropriate category.Sites about U.K. crime and criminals in their own right rather than as an issue for society, punishment or other derivations. An example would be a detailed analysis of the Millennium Dome breakin, or a biography of Ronnie Biggs.
Please try to find the most suitable category.Sites for and about people with disabilities.
When suitable, sites may be listed once in the UK section of the directory and once within a locality, ie a county or a town.
For the listing of sites and resources for foreign nationals who have relocated to the United Kingdom.
If your site is not specifically geared towards this community, please submit to the proper category.
Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.
Thank-you for your cooperation.
- When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organisation.
- When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
Only submissions offering information on the United Kingdom will be considered for this category. This may include regional guides, organizations, some events and conferences, and online communities.Resources, information, and issues relating to the gay, lesbian, and bisexual people of the United Kingdom.
Submit one site only, not multiple pages. Do not submit sites which are under construction.This category contains sites concerning genealogy and the study of family histories. Please review the subcategories and select the most appropriate subcategory for site submission. Do not submit one site to multiple categories.
Thank you for your assistance
Sites on the archaeology of the Roman period in Britain should be submitted to Science: Social Sciences: Archaeology: Europe: United Kingdom: RomanAll sites relating to the history of the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales). Sites devoted to specific regions (eg city and county histories) or not of national significance should be submitted to the appropriate regional category.
Please only submit sites relevant to occasions of this nature specific to the UK or its component nations. Global celebrations should be submitted to a category such as Society/Holidays/.Sites related to national celebrations such as jubilees, holidays, national saints' days and the millennium.
Please find the most appropriate subcategory.This category is for sites dealing with social, political and controversial issues relevant to the UK.
It will help if you enter description which ACCURATELY states what is on your WEBSITE.This category is for unofficial websites concerning the British military.
Please list agencies whose primary focus is emergency relief in Humanitarian.There is currently no description created for this category.
Please only submit sites belonging to paranormal themed in the United Kingdom. Websites belonging to other regions should be submitted to their respective regions. Where a category does not exist for a region then submit the site to the category tree above the regions. Before submitting a site for inclusion check that the site is available and complete and contains some actual content. Multiple submissions of the same or related sites may result in the exclusion and/or deletion of those and all affiliated sites.General paranormal information from the United Kingdom.
Please submit sites for people to the relevant category if it exists, otherwise here.This category is for links to people categories within the directory, both famous and not famous, living and deceased, from all walks of life. The people included were born in the United Kingdom, or spent a large part of their working life there.
Please do not submit anti-election or anti-parliamentary sites here.Politics and political activity in the UK.
Please only offer sites here which have relevance for or relate to the whole of the UK.There is currently no description created for this category.
If the site has a base in the UK you *should* offer it to that locality, do *not* offer it here, only offer it here if it has significance for the whole of the UK.
OFFERING A LOCAL CHURCH SITE HERE WILL CAUSE IT TO BE DELAYED BEING REVIEWED BY AN EDITOR FOR INCLUSION.
If it relates specifically to England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland offer it to that country, do not leave it here. Please do not offer sites which are already included and covered by any of the links to the Society section, they will not be listed here.
Please *also* check if the site can be offered to one of the appropriate categories in Society: Religion and Spirituality
Offering a site to the wrong category will only delay it being reviewed by an editor for possible listing in the directory.
We reserve the right not to list a site in the directory.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Sites submitted here should be of nationwide interest, or covering at least two or more of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Regional (e.g. South_East) sites should be submitted to the appropriate area within Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Regions and local community sites should be submitted to the appropriate town or city category.For sites which address the concerns of, are aimed at, or designed specifically for the Seniors community.
You can submit your site here if it is the site of a self help/support group or if it offers information about joining, finding, or setting up a support group. In other words, anything that makes it easy for people to find the group that they need and to protect themselves while they do so.This section is for the Web sites of organisations offering support groups or help lines on any issue throughout the UK. The aim is to make it as easy as possible for those who are in need of support to find the support that they need.
Remember - this category is for trade unions only. There are separate categories for political organisations, for example.Trade unions in the United Kingdom, including both unions affiliated to the Trades Union Congress and those which are not. The category is organised by individual union and these then include regional, branch and workplace websites.
This category is for sites that are best described as being relevant to volunteering in the United Kingdom as a whole. If your site is more relevant to a specific region of the UK, then it belongs in that part of the directory. Recall that every site submitted is categorized by at least one editor, often more. Moving sites that are submitted in the wrong place to where they belong takes time, sometimes considerable time. You are therefore strongly advised to take a few minutes to choose the most applicable category for your submission. If necessary, read about dmoz: it will repay dividends in your use of the directory as well as potentially getting your site listed a lot sooner. This effort put into placing each site is for the benefit of users. Please try making the same effort when you submit; it will speed up your site''s being listed.There is currently no description created for this category.