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British Humanist Association videos

There are many videos on the British Humanist Association YouTube channel. They include lectures by distinguished speakers, panel discussions and specially-produced videos on Humanism. 15 more words

BHA Convention and Humanist Professionals Conference, 9 to 11 June

From the BHA: The Humanist Professionals Conference, taking place in Cambridge during the daytime on Friday 9 June. This conference has been organised to take place alongside the BHA Convention 2017, which is running from Friday evening through to 16:00 on Sunday 11 June. 262 more words

Non-Religious Weddings - Is a Humanist Ceremony right for you?

Last year Alternative Weddings MCR had the pleasure of observing a few humanist ceremonies during the weddings we planned, and how wonderful they were! So special in fact that our founder Stefanie Fetterman has decided to train as a Humanist Celebrant herself and all being well, from June 2017, she should be fully qualified and accredited to marry people! 661 more words

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15 November: Andrew Copson talking to Ludlow and Marches Humanists on religious education. Car-sharing

On Tuesday 15 November, Andrew Copson, the Chief Executive of the BHA will be taling in Ludlow on ‘Religious Education – an update’. Andrew should be updating us on the implications and reaction to recent moves announced by Teresa May to allow 100% religious selection at faith schools. 80 more words

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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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