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June Meeting: Action for Happiness

When: Thursday 3 June, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom: link Action for Happiness is a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society. The movement wants to see a fundamentally different way of life – where people care less about what they can get just for themselves and more about the happiness of others…. Read more »

Review: Ethical Dilemmas

Review of our March meeting on ‘Ethical Dilemmas’ by Hester Brown: Our annual ‘ethical dilemmas’ session, when each of us puts forward a moral conundrum for discussion, is usually held in the convivial surroundings of the pub. How would it work on Zoom? We need not have worried. Zoom actually allowed each person to be… Read more »

Book Review: The Carbon Killers

Tony Brewer, our Secretary, read The Carbon Killers (written and published by Hal Wackman) earlier this year and thought it interesting and relevant enough to share his thoughts: The Carbon Killers is, in fact, two stories that alternate through the book. The first, set in the mid-2020s, describes the efforts of Margaret Chen, a Chinese-American… Read more »

Letter in the Guardian

Hester Brown, SELHuG committee member and Humanist Celebrant, had a letter published in the Guardian on the 2nd April in response to an article by John Harris called How do Faithless people like me make sense of this past year of Covid? You can read Hester’s contribution on the Guardian page here or read the… Read more »