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

Review: What is Humanism?

A review of our meeting in September.   Hester Brown introduced the meeting, saying that it was intended to give members an opportunity to present their personal views on the meaning of humanism. She asked us each to include three ways in which we think that humanism is important for individuals and society. Our President,… Read more »

External event: Religion, Belief and Brexit

We thought our members would be interested in this public seminar series, organised by Goldsmiths College. Please see below for a general overview of the series and information about a particular seminar on 12th November Faiths & Civil Society Unit Public Seminar Series 2019 Religion, Belief and Brexit: challenges and opportunities Welcome to the 2019… Read more »

BBC campaign update and Oct demo

We had a good turnout for our September demo, on a sunny afternoon that saw an encouraging level of interest in our campaign from passers-by, as well as from BBC staff leaving work. Some people clearly haven’t clocked that the Thought for the Day slot is limited to religious speakers – maybe that has to… Read more »

New Cross Nov meeting: Searching for Meaning – exploring palliative and end of life care

When: Thursday 7th November, 7.30pmWhere: New Cross Learning (map) South East London Humanists & Central London Humanists present: Searching for Meaning: exploring palliative and end of life care A documentary and discussion about death and dying with the film’s director Jean-Francois Rodrigues and Simon O’Donoghue, Head of Pastoral Support at Humanists UK Very few of us… Read more »

New Cross Oct meeting: Anti-Semitism

When: Thursday 3rd October, 7.30pm Where: New Cross Learning (map) Anti-semitism in pre-war Britain and now Historian David Rosenberg, known for his walks uncovering the history of anti-fascism and anti-racism in East London, will be looking at the anti-semitism row in the Labour Party today and setting it in the context of 20th century history…. Read more »