- Dignity not dogma July 19, 2019
- Obsolete law July 7, 2019
- Brexit Party Anti-science June 25, 2019
- Trump indigestion June 10, 2019
- Assembly lines May 5, 2019
- Denying school kids Human Rights March 18, 2019
- Hackney, Harmony and Humanism March 18, 2019
- New religious schools bid January 21, 2019
- Presidential welcome January 11, 2019
- Humanists Christmas message December 20, 2018
Author Archives: eastlon
Why Humanists support the case for assisted dying, for publication Barking and Dagenham Post 24.7.19
A lot has changed in the 75 years since Christian collective worship was made compulsory in schools. East London Humanists call for reform in the Spiritual Life column of the Ilford Recorder 11 July 2019
A call to challenge the newly elected Brexit Party MEPs on their reckless rejection of climate change evidence(Newham Recorder Opinion Piece 26.6.19).
Trump’s after-dinner speech at Buckingham Palace sticks in the throat (East London Humanists opinion piece, Barking and Dagenham Post 13.6.19)
The archaic rules on collective assemblies for schools are put under the spotlight in this opinion piece for the Barking and Dagenham Post published 2 May.
“(i) Everyone has the right to education … (2) Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.” (Article 26 Universal Declaration of Human Rights). … Continue reading
This year’s annual ‘multi-faith’ event at New City College* provided some fascinating insights, as usual.
East London Humanists join the call to halt recent proposals that will lead to more divisive and discriminatory religious schools in this opinion piece for publication Newham Recorder 30.1.19
Article for Ilford Recorder ‘Spiritual Life’ column celebrating the Humanistic values represented by new and past presidents of Humanists UK (for publication 24.1.19). “Humanists UK began 2019 with a brilliant new President. Appointed for 3 years, Professor Alice Roberts steps … Continue reading
Article published Barking and Dagenham Recorder 19 December 2018. ‘Do Humanists celebrate Christmas? It’s one of the most common questions Humanists get asked in school talks. Perhaps some students think non-religious people like us miss out. I explain that people … Continue reading