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Humanist Workshop 1 – Seeking a ‘vicarless religion’: What do humanists want from humanist organisations?

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In Britain there must be in the order of 30,000 people belonging to humanist and secular ethical organisations. In Scotland, it is in the region of 8,000 people. What do they want from the organisations they join? Dr. Matthew Engelke, of the Department of Anthropology at the London School of Economics, sought to answer this… Continue reading

Selling Humanism

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          I have recently joined a small group developing teaching materials on Humanism for Religious and Moral Education (RME) teachers in Scottish schools. I had my first meeting with the group of fellow Humanists from the Humanist Society of Scotland (HSS) last Sunday as we discussed how to go about this.… Continue reading