- Tackling the roots of racism July 9, 2020
- Nigerian Humanist Leader at Risk July 9, 2020
- Black lives matter June 12, 2020
- Plagues, progress & humanism May 1, 2020
- What would Pepys say? April 14, 2020
- Hope springs eternal March 20, 2020
- Unnatural practices? February 25, 2020
- Assisted Dying Campaign Event. Mon 24 February 7.30 pm. Wanstead February 13, 2020
- Holocaust Memorial Day. Humanist representation. January 28, 2020
- An Evening with Ariane Sherine January 24, 2020
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The deep roots of racism, its brutal consequences, and the pseudo-science that underpins it. Opinion Piece Newham Recorder 8.7.20
A message from Leo Igwe in support of Mubarak Bala, President of the Humanist Association of Nigeria, detained since 28 April 2020. View here.
East London Humanists support demands for action against racism and for greater awareness. Opinion piece Barking and Dagenham Post 18.6.20.
An appreciation of humanist values and progress in these dark times. Opinion piece Barking & Dagenham Post 6.5.20.
Enduring values, progress and hope. Opinion piece Newham Recorder 22.4.20.
A humanist perspective on the virus crisis. Humanism = Atheism +. Opinion piece Barking & Dagenham Post 25.3.20 & Spiritual Life column Ilford Recorder 26.3.20.
The recent ridiculous Bishops’ Guidelines on sex come under the spotlight in this Barking and Dagenham Post opinion piece published 12.2.20
Keiron McCabe will speak about the latest developments in the campaign to reform the law on assisted dying. The event will be held at Wanstead Library* Mon 24 Feb 7.30 – 9.00 pm. Keiron heads the Assisted Dying Campaign at … Continue reading
Humanists were represented at the Holocaust Memorial Day event in London Borough of Waltham Forest on 27 January, it is believed for the first time. EL Humanists member Ruth Kaufman spoke alongside the Mayor and other religious and secular speakers. … Continue reading
Wanstead Library Monday 27 January. 19.30 Ariane Sherine has had a fascinating, diverse career. From singing with Duran Duran, to writing for The Spectator and Guardian, to writing for TV comedy shows. One of her most memorable and far-reaching ideas … Continue reading