Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
Review: Food and Ethics
On Thursday May 2nd Dr. Libby Oakden gave an extensive lecture on the food industry and its impact on our planet. Despite the fact that planetary food production comfortably exceeds the requirements of the entire world population of 7.7 billion people, many in the developing world still either don’t get enough food, or that which… Read more »
Review: SELHuG at Nunhead Cemetery Open Day
“How Humanist Are You?” is a multiple choice quiz on the Humanists UK website: when it first appeared a few years ago, it was fashionable for celeb supporters to tweet their results, eg “I am 94% Humanist!” We’ve been inviting visitors to our stall at the Nunhead Cemetery Open Day to fill out a paper… Read more »
Bromley June meeting: Is Loyalty a good thing?
When: Wednesday 12th June, 2 – 4pmWhere: Bromley (map) Asad Abbas will give a talk on Is loyalty a good thing? Asad Abbas is a retired clinical psychologist who worked for the NHS. He will raise questions like: Who or what should we be loyal to? How do we decide? How do we resolve conflicting loyalties?
June Social: Crossness Pumping Station
When: Sunday 2nd June, meeting at 11amWhere: Crossness Pumping station (map)How to get there: Access is easiest by car. Alternatively take the train to Abbey Wood station – there should be a shuttle bus service from the station to the site that day but check either their website or our June Newsletter for confirmation. Contact… Read more »
New Cross June meeting: International Conflicts and ways to solve them
When: Thursday 6th June, 7.30pmWhere: New Cross Learning (map) We are delighted to be joined by Jane Kinninmont, who will be discussing International conflicts and how to solve them. Jane’s talk will focus on conflicts in the Middle East. She will talk through some of the root causes (which often have a lot to do… Read more »