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  Sunday 10 August at the World Humanist Congress in Oxford kicked off with a political session, ‘Should Humanism Matter in Politics?’ This meeting was packed out with Congress delegates from around the world and was chaired by Labour Humanists’ Naomi Phillips. On the panel were Kerry McCarthy MP (Shadow Foreign Office Minister), Tom Copley …
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We are delighted to announce that, jointly with the British Humanist Association (BHA), we will be holding our ‘No Prayer Breakfast’ fringe meeting at Labour Conference. 8am Tuesday 23 September, Hilton Hotel, Manchester. The venue is just outside the secure zone which means that it is accessible to people not attending conference this year too. …
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Humanist Hustings Storify

May 9th, 2014 | Posted by Editor in Events | News - (0 Comments)

We had a great turn out at the London Humanist Hustings for the European Parliament Elections (aka MEP hustings!) on Tuesday 6 May. Couldn’t make it? Check out our Storify to see what happened and see the British Humanist Association’s write up of the event too.

Make your own mind up about Europe – come to the Humanist Hustings for the European Elections tonight from 18.30. Please do let your networks know about this event. We’ll be using the Twitter hashtag #HHEP14 for the event and you can Tweet in your questions for candidates in advance as well as at the …
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On Tuesday 6 May, the British Humanist Association (BHA), Conway Hall Ethical Society, the Central London Humanist Group (CLHG) and the European Humanist Federation (EHF) will be hosting a humanist hustings for the upcoming European parliament elections (22 May 2014). We are delighted that Labour Humanist Mary Honeyball MEP will be taking part. The hustings …
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Growing interest in Labour Humanists

January 29th, 2014 | Posted by Editor in Events | News - (0 Comments)

For the second time we had a stand in the exhibition at the Fabian Society’s New Year’s conference in January in London. Our treasurer and a volunteer spoke to many Labour activists throughout the day and signed up lots of people who were interested in finding out more about our work and membership. We were delighted …
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We had a stand at the Labour Women’s Network conference, which brought together delegates including many elected representatives and prospective candidates. At the stand we signed up new supporters and spoke particularly on issues relating to faith schools and on the value of having a growing group for ethical, non-religious people within the Labour Party. …
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AGM & Meeting Report

November 6th, 2013 | Posted by Editor in Events | News | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Labour should care about the selective and discriminatory admissions policies of state-funded faith schools – that was the resounding message from our meeting. However, more work needs to be done on what would be the most effective actions for Labour to take to address the worsening situation. We had a fantastic turn out for our …
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18.45 – 19.45, Wednesday 30 October, Camden Town Hall, Judd Street London WC1H 9JE Please RSVP info@labourhumanists.org.uk or via Eventbrite. The religiously selective admissions policies used by faith schools have been under the spotlight, with a particular focus on their effect to segregate children and families by not only by religion but on socio-economic grounds. If they …
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Labour Humanists AGM – Wednesday 30 October

September 28th, 2013 | Posted by Editor in Events - (0 Comments)

We will be holding our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 30 October, 18.20 – 18.35*, Camden Town Hall, Judd Street London WC1H 9JE. Please RSVP info@labourhumanists.org.uk Following the AGM from 18.45, we have organised a meeting with some fantastic speakers, who will be discussing ‘Selective faith schools: should Labour care?’ We would be delighted …
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