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

Help us plant a tree for Humanist Climate Action!

Local humanists are raising £300 to plant a street tree on Earth Day, 22 April. We are responding to a call by the new Humanist Climate Action network to plant a humanist forest. Together, South East London Humanist Celebrants and SELHuG members will see a 4 metre-tall crab apple tree planted outside Launcelot Primary school… Read more »

Nuclear Weapons and the Peace Pledge

 We have received a request from our member Gini Bevan for SELHuG to support the campaign being promoted by London Region CND that aims to persuade the UK government to sign and ratify The UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (known as TPNW). The TPNW makes it illegal under international law to develop,… Read more »

May meeting: Action for Refugees in Lewisham

When: Thursday 6 May, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom: link The speaker at our meeting on 6 May will be Katie Commons, Director of Action for Refugees in Lewisham (AFRIL) a charity that SELHuG supports with a donation every year. AFRIL works to relieve poverty and isolation among local refugees and asylum seekers, to advance their education and… Read more »

SELHuG letter in the South London Press

In the March 19th edition of the South London Press, one of the SELHuG committee, Hester Brown, had a letter published urging non-religious readers to tick ‘no religion’ in the recent census, as part of our efforts to raise awareness around this question. (See our recent post If you’re not religious say so!) You can… Read more »

World Humanist Day card competition for young creatives

With the reopening of schools and Humanists UK’s 125th birthday fast approaching, Humanists UK has announced its very special World Humanist Day card competition for young creatives. This competition was conceived by Asad Abbas, a committed member of our SE London Humanist community and long-time Secretary of the Bromley Humanist Group, who hopes it will… Read more »