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Secularism Against Jihadism or Secularist Jihadism?

Note: this piece was written a few weeks ago and not scheduled immediately. So I am not sure if the information on the humanist quiz online is still valid. 642 more words

Filming the British Humanist Association's Annual Conference 2015, Bristol 

On Friday 19th June, I travelled to Bristol, where the British Humanist Association were holding their Annual Conference. I have been a volunteer camera operator for the BHA for almost a year now, and was more than happy to help out on this occasion when they asked. 526 more words


Atheism must be about more than just not believing in god

Original post from The Conversation

‘…………By Patrick O’Connor, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy – English, Communications, Culture and Media at Nottingham Trent University

Atheism is so often considered in the negative: as a lack of faith, or a disbelief in god; as an essential deprivation. 831 more words


Opt-out organ donation is opting-out of liberty

By December 2015 every adult who lives and dies in Wales will be “treated as having no objection” to having their organs removed and donated to others by State hospitals. 1,374 more words


A tent in which to pass a summer’s night

‘Our highest truths are but half-truths;

Think not to settle down for ever in any truth.

Make use of it as a tent in which to pass a summer’s night, 1,916 more words


A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

On 12th March 2013 we lost a remarkable man; a man full of great optimism and humour who reached out to so many with his wonderful works of fantasy. 788 more words


What Happens in a Library When a Beloved Author Dies

  1. The first person to see it on the news uses the library’s internal communication system to send round a message.
  2. The person in each library who reads it spreads the message among their colleagues and everyone talks about the loss of a great human and writer.
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