Humanist Climate Hustings Success

Wanstead Library was packed out on 25 Nov for the Climate and Environment Hustings organised by East London Humanists. The panel – John Cryer (Lab), Noshaba Khiljee (Con), Ashley Gunstock (Green) and Ben Sims (Lib Dem) – set out their respective platforms. They were quizzed by a 100 strong audience of local residents.

The candidates were left in no doubt about the importance the audience placed on urgent action being taken to tackle the climate and environment emergency.

There was a range of responses. However, the candidates were at one in expressing concern. Each candidate gave commitments to treat the issues with the seriousness they deserve. And before the meeting started local climate activists persuaded each to sign a climate action pledge.

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Climate Election – Newham

East London Humanists argue that climate and the environment should be at the top of the agenda in the upcoming election (Newham Recorder opinion piece 28.11.19)

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A rational moral compass

The case for a moral compass we work out for ourselves through reason and compassion (Ilford Recorder Faith Column. 28.11.19)

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Climate Election – Barking&Dagenham

East London Humanists argue that climate and the environment should be at the top of the agenda in the upcoming general election (Barking & Dagenham Post opinion piece 20.11.19)

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Charity Disparity

Antiquated charity laws which advantage promotion of religious dogma come under the spotlight (Barking & Dagenham Post. Opinion Piece 9.10.19)

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Wasps, humans, the planet

Exploration of the links between extreme Christian fundamentalist ideology, human expansion and destruction of the planet. Opinion piece Newham Recorder 12.9.19

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Hope in the midst of division

The important role Humanists play advocating progressive secular policies across party political lines is examined in Barking & Dagenham Post opinion piece (28.8.19).

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Dignity not dogma

Why Humanists support the case for assisted dying, for publication Barking and Dagenham Post 24.7.19

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Obsolete law

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

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Brexit Party Anti-science

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).

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