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

Preview: January – July 2022

Please read below to see what meetings we have lined up for the first half of next year. We hope that this is an interesting mixture of relevant subjects for monthly meetings, with some more social events to be added as we go through the year. We hope you will join us. Get the dates… Read more »

January outing: We Are History exhibition

We Are History exhibition at Somerset House When: Saturday 22 January, meet 11.20am for 11.30 entry slotWhere: Somerset House (map) – Terrace rooms entrance hallCost: FREE (add donation of choice)Book: your timed entry ticket here  Contact on the day: Sam Becker 07711 132023 Let’s start the New Year with a social visit to this small… Read more »

January Meeting: Ethical Dilemmas

When: Thursday 6 January, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom: link Every year we dedicate one of our meetings to exploring ethical dilemmas together. It provides interesting discussions and we find ourselves often having to carefully examine our thoughts and feelings about certain issues. Usually we hold this meeting in a cosy pub for our January meeting but last year… Read more »

SELHuG at Climate Justice demo

SELHuG joins Humanist Climate Action at Climate Justice demo Following October’s talk from Humanist Climate Action’s Tasha Gray, SELHuG joined the group at the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice in London on 6 November. There were demos in Glasgow and cities across the UK; in fact Cop26Coalition, the main organisers, said over 250… Read more »

Nuclear Warfare and the Arts

Postscript – Nuclear Warfare and the Arts Following our meeting last month on nuclear weapons (see review here), SELHuG committee member Tony Brewer shares some further thoughts below…. It is sometimes claimed that the Arts can shed light on situations that are otherwise obscure or even totally opaque. One example is Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen,… Read more »