Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
New Cross November meeting: What can we do about inequality?
When: Thursday 1st November 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) What can we do about inequality in society? Can anything be done to build a society based on genuine humanity? A talk by Robert Ashby, former chair of Humanists UK A year ago Robert Ashby spoke to SELHuG about how human societies throw up elites… Read more »
New Humanist Publications – free!
International Humanist Publications have announced their first two booklets, written by Roy Brown, former president of the IHEU. The two booklets are 36 pages long and titled Discovering Humanism and The Origins of Humanism. They are free to download in pdf format from here or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a print copy. International Humanist Publications is a… Read more »
Bromley October meeting: discussion
When: Wednesday 10th October, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) At this month’s meeting, there will be a open discussion where members will discuss subjects relevant to humanism which interest them.
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 »