Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
Review: International Conflicts and ways to solve them
Conflict in the Middle East with Jane Kinninmont SELHuG meeting, June 2019 Jane is the Director of Programmes at The Elders Foundation, having previously been a research fellow in the Middle East section at the international think-tank Lancaster House. She presented a lavish smorgasbord of facts & opinions about political, social & cultural affairs in… Read more »
Bromley July meeting: Humanists UK and education
When: Wednesday 10th July, 2 – 4pmWhere: Bromley (map) Our speaker is Dr Ruth Wareham, education campaign manager at Humanists UK. Ruth has worked as a teacher. She was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the Principles and Policies Project at the University of Warwick. Her doctoral thesis was on the moral permissibility of faith schools… Read more »
Notice of Annual General Meeting
South East London Humanist Group Notice of Annual General Meeting 7.30pm, Thursday 4th July 2019 New Cross Learning, 285 New Cross Road, SE14 6AS Agenda Apologies for absence Minutes of previous meeting (you can read the minutes here) Chair’s Report Treasurer’s Report Election of officers (nominations must be received by the Secretary by 27th June)… Read more »
Join us at the TFTD Anniversary Demo!
Join us this Tuesday for TFTD anniversary demo! The Thought for the Day campaign celebrates its FIRST ANNIVERSARY this month! Please get along to the demonstration on Tuesday morning (11 June) at 8am to 10am outside Broadcasting House if you can and join the fun. The South East London Humanist Group (SELHuG) leading the campaign… Read more »
Review: visit to Crossness Pumping Station
On Sunday 2nd June a small group of us met at Crossness Pumping Station to view the building and the amazing engines inside. The station was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1865 and was a key element in Joseph Bazalgette’s scheme to improve the heath and sanitation of Victorian London. He designed a… Read more »