This year, Roslyn Mould became the first African woman elected to the board of Humanists International in its 67-year history. Having researched and rejected the Christian faith she was brought up in, Roslyn joined the Humanist Association of Ghana in 2012 and became its president in 2015. She organised the African Humanist Youth Days in Kenya in 2016 and was elected to the Humanists International board in Reykjavik in June this year.
At this event, organised by Humanists UK and the Association of Black Humanists, Roslyn will discuss humanism in Africa with President of Humanists International and Chief Executive of Humanists UK Andrew Copson.
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