Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
Review: What can we do about inequality?
Robert Ashby was the speaker at our meeting in November last year on the subject of The Entitlement of Elites (you can find the review of that talk by using the search box on the right). He finished that presentation with the question ‘Is inequality inevitable under capitalism?’ and concluded that, unless things change radically,… Read more »
Bromley December meeting: AGM and Mythmas
When: Wednesday 12th December, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) AGM and Mythmas Celebration
New Cross December meeting: SELHuG Mythmas party
When: Thursday 6th December 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) SELHuG Mythmas Party Please join us for an evening of food, drink, singing and the book auction where we are practically giving books away! This year we have: ATHEIST CAROL COMPETITION WITH PHIL WALDER – after the success of last year’s irreverent singalong accompanied by… Read more »
BBC campaign update and Nov demo
BBC Campaign picks up steam! Good news – a substantial number of Humanists UK patrons will sign an open letter to BBC Director-General Tony Hall calling on the BBC to let humanists on Thought for the Day. We’re handing it over at our next demo on Tuesday 13 November, 8am to 10am, and it includes… Read more »
Review: October Social
On the 15th October we met in the cosy environment of the Catford Constitutional Club for drinks and conversation. It was a busier evening than usual in the venue, with a meeting of library users upstairs and a table of crafters and knitters near us, but we found a comfortable corner and enjoyed the company…. Read more »