When: Wednesday 22 February, 7pm – 9pm
Where: Room 137, Richard Hoggart Building (main building), Goldsmiths College, 8 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW (map)
Speaker: Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association
Organisers: Goldsmiths Atheist, Secular & Humanist (ASH) Society together with the South East London Humanist Group (SELHuG)
Tickets are free and available on the door or bookable in advance here. (Guests will need to create a visitor’s account to book tickets but this only takes 2 minutes.)
What is Humanism?
Humanism is a philosophy for every day, a set of ideas to help us live life well and make sense of the world. It is open to every single person. It does not depend on belief in God.
Come and hear Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association (BHA), explain what humanism is, its history and take on the world today.
You can find out more about Andrew here.
The talk will be followed by Q&A discussion with a panel, where Andrew will be joined by: Asher Fainman (Chair of Goldsmith’s Atheist, Secularist & Humanist Society), Lauren Nicholas (Coordinator of the BHA Young Humanists) and Hester Brown (South East London Humanist Group)