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First Secular Advisor in Britain

The University of Westminster in London (founded in 1838) has just hired Isabel Millar as the first “Secular Advisor” in Britain:  Independent.

“”Universities have been known to employ chaplains and multifaith advisors to provide like-minded emotional and spiritual support to students and employees with a religious background.

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Atheist

Simon Nightingale on radio talking about faith schools and fair admissions

Simon Nightingale of Shropshire Humanist Group spoke on Jim Hawkins’ radio show on 16 June on BBC Radio Shropshire.

Listen on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03wtk8f beginning around 8 minutes on the timeline. 21 more words

Meeting Thurs 16 June: Jay Harman of the British Humanist Association on Faith Schools and Fair Admissions

We shall be holding our next meeting on Thursday 16 June at 7.30 pm at the University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury SY3 8HQ. 222 more words

Faith Schoolers Anonymous

The British Humanist Association has announced the launch of a new initiative Faith Schoolers Anonymous.

The site, launched on the 16th of  May 2016 provides… 193 more words

Education

BHA: We've launched a new platform for whistleblowers at 'faith' schools #faithschoolsanon

From the British Humanist Association:

We’re very excited to announce Faith Schoolers Anonymous, a new project from our ‘Faith’ Schools Campaigner which helps pupils at ‘faith’ schools share their negative experiences with the world. 206 more words