Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.

February Meeting: Defining Humanism

When: Thursday 3rd February, 7.30pmSpeaker: Hester Brown This meeting will be in ONLINE ONLY: Zoom link HERE An exploration of definitions old and new delving into the most fascinating subject of all – “What is life all about and how should we live it?” Is individual freedom at the heart of the good life? Or is it civic… Read more »

Review: Write for Rights Campaign

On the 9th December, the day before Human Rights Day, a small group of us gathered together online to find out more about Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign and to write some letters of solidarity for prisoners of conscience and/or appeal letters to figures in authority. SELHuG committee member Sam Becker introduced everyone to… Read more »

Review: Human Rights in Action

A review of our November meeting by SELHuG committee member Helen Warner The advocacy work of Humanists International with speaker Lillie Ashworth. Humanists International (HI) is the global representative body of the humanist movement and a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with special consultative status at the United Nations. The charity focuses their work on defending human… Read more »

Preview: January – July 2022

Please read below to see what meetings we have lined up for the first half of next year. We hope that this is an interesting mixture of relevant subjects for monthly meetings, with some more social events to be added as we go through the year. We hope you will join us. Get the dates… Read more »

January outing: We Are History exhibition

We Are History exhibition at Somerset House When: Saturday 22 January, meet 11.20am for 11.30 entry slotWhere: Somerset House (map) – Terrace rooms entrance hallCost: FREE (add donation of choice)Book: your timed entry ticket here  Contact on the day: Sam Becker 07711 132023 Let’s start the New Year with a social visit to this small… Read more »