News

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

Review: British Museum exhibition ‘I object’

We are grateful that two of the attendees of our visit to the British Museum in September kindly agreed to write up their thoughts. With thanks to Gini for writing an overview and for Alex in sharing more individual thoughts. Gini writes… A group of about 15 of us met up at the British Museum… Read more »

BBC campaign – update and Oct demo

Our campaign continued with our monthly demo on 11th September. We had banners unfurled and about 100 leaflets handed out, with lots of positive interaction.  Our next demo is Tuesday 9th October, 4 – 6pm. Full details here – please join us!  Further good news: Greater Manchester Humanist Group is joining the campaign.  SELHuG member and… Read more »

Review: Sept meeting on assisted dying

The meeting was introduced by Trevor Moore. He showed a film, Endgame, that explores the issues around assisted dying and then led a lively discussion to which most of those present contributed. It is clearly a contentious topic. Many phrases are used in the context of assisted dying and Trevor provided an explanation of the… Read more »

New Cross October Meeting: Interfaith dialogue

When: Thursday 4th October 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) The latest set of figures on religion and belief in England and Wales were headed “Church of England numbers at record low”. Over 50% are now non-religious. So why should we bother talking to people from faith backgrounds? And why shouldn’t we challenge religious ideas?… Read more »

Homosexuality decriminalised in India

Hester Brown, our Chair, is currently in India and happened to be there recently when a wonderful development for human rights made the news. She sent us this report… Homosexuality decriminalised in India By chance I have been in India to witness a national turning point: the Supreme Court declared on 6September that homosexuality is… Read more »