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

Review: Adult Social Care

Review of our May meeting by Helen Warner Adult social care is a very real issue to many of our members either through provision of care for elderly, sick relations or friends, or in considering options for themselves. People are living longer lives.  Age UK has estimated that about 1.5 million older people (65+) in… Read more »

June Meeting: Humankind

When: Thursday 9 June, 7.30pm *Please note this is the second Thursday of the month, due to the bank holiday the previous week! This meeting is online only (please note this has changed since first posted!). Zoom link HERE.Speaker: Sam Becker Join us in June when SELHuG member – and self-confessed bibliophile – Sam Becker will lead… Read more »

Video: Faith Under Fire

Steve Hurd of Uganda Humanist Schools Trust (one of the charities we regularly support) has brought our attention to an excellent 20-mins video: ‘Faith Under Fire’, a BBC Africa Eye documentary, about the damaging effects of some religious cult groups in Uganda and growth of secular views among the young.  Steve adds: “Robert Magara gives… Read more »

News: update on Mubarak Bala protest

Actor and humanist Eddie Marsan speaks at Mubarak Bala protest Eddie Marsan, the actor on our screens right now in ‘The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe’ led speeches on 28 April protesting at the imprisonment and 24-year sentence of Mubarak Bala for blasphemy. Bala is President of the Nigerian Humanist Association. The Nigerian authorities… Read more »

News: Trans Rights Demo

Trans rights are human rights! by Hester Brown SELHuG were outside Downing Street with Humanists UK and thousands of protestors on Sunday 10th April to protest at Boris’s cowardly policy – to ban conversion therapy for gay, lesbian and bi-sexual people but not for trans people. It is not difficult to work out that if… Read more »