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

Review: World Humanist Day in Bromley

Like the last year the Bromley Humanist Group had a stall in the Market Square from 12 noon to 4pm on the 21st June, to celebrate the World Humanist Day. On the stall we displayed the Humanist UK literature and a leaflet describing our group. The banner with our name was donated by a member…. Read more »

Review: June brunch

Our brunch on Sunday 17th June was a delightful event. We had a number of new faces in attendance and we enjoyed introductions, finding out how people got involved in Humanism and what everyone did for work/interests and in the community. Other conversation items and, in particular, some political discussion got everyone very engaged! Canvas… Read more »

Invitation to London Pride

Will you join Humanists at London Pride 2018? LGBT Humanists will once again be marching in London Pride this year. They have extended an invitation for other Humanists to join them there.  The invitation says: Pride parades are one of the most important events in our annual calendar. They give us a unique opportunity to… Read more »

A great start to BBC campaign

Thought for the Day campaign starts conversation on Radio Cornwall The SELHuG campaign to get humanists on Thought for the Day got off to a good start with a demo outside Broadcasting House on Tuesday 12 June. Our banners looked fantastic, could be seen clearly by passing bus passengers and pedestrians, and hundreds if not… Read more »

Review: Digital Humanism

For our June talk SELHuG committee member Tony Brewer, a former IT strategy specialist, made a presentation on Digital Humanism – shaping a future for people and robots.  Trevor Moore reports. Slides of the presentation plus links to other information are at the bottom of the review.  The catalyst for Tony’s talk came from his… Read more »