We want pupils from all different backgrounds educated together in a shared environment, rather than separated according to the religious beliefs of their parents. Find out more.
We want a country where institutions such as Parliament are separate from religious organisations, and everyone is treated equally, regardless of their beliefs. Find out more.
As humanists, we support the right of every person to be treated with dignity and respect, and to be allowed to speak, and believe, as they wish. Find out more.
Humanist marriages are currently legally recognised in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but not England and Wales. Elsewhere, couples having a humanist ceremony must also have a separate civil marriage. We work to change that. Find out more.
We think it’s vital that every young person learns about the different religions that are common in the UK today, as well as humanism. We work to ensure that such education is critical, objective, and pluralistic. Find out more.
26 Church of England bishops sit as of right in the House of Lords, amending legislation. This unique privilege is unfair, unjustified and unpopular. Find out more.
We believe individuals should have a right to decide to end their life if they are suffering, and that relatives and doctors should be able to assist that person. Find out more.