Humanists UK Speakers

Below is a list of staff at Humanists UK who are able to speak at events by Humanists UK Partner Groups, Humanist Students Societies, and sections of Humanists UK . Speakers have a number of pre-prepared talks on subjects within their remit. The length of the talks can vary, but as a rough guide a standard talk lasts for 45 minutes with 30 minutes for Q&A.

If you are interested in inviting one of the speakers below, please visit their ‘Speaker Profile’ where you can find out full details of the speaker and the talks they can provide. From the profile you can complete the speaker request form at the bottom of the page which will be emailed directly to the staff member.

Humanists UK Staff Speakers

andrew-copson-titelAndrew Copson

Chief Executive 

Andrew can give talks on Humanism, its history, blasphemy laws, and the work of Humanists UK .

You can find out more and contact Andrew directly via his speaker profile.

TeddyTeddy Prout

Director of Community Services

Teddy can give talks on Humanist UK’s community services work, including ceremonies, pastoral care, and school speakers. He can share his experiences working as music teacher in a Church School.

You can find out more and contact Teddy directly via his speaker profile.

Isabel CroppedIsabel Russo

Head of Ceremonies

Isabel can give talks on Humanists UK’s Ceremonies work.

You can find out more and contact Isabel directly via her speaker profile.

Simon O’Donoghue

Head of Pastoral Support

Simon can give talks on Humanists UK’s Pastoral Support work in prisons and hospitals.

You can find out more and contact David directly via his speaker profile.

Richy CroppedRichy Thompson

Director of Public Affairs and Policy

Richy can give talks on Humanists UK’s campaigns and parliamentary work, including education and the Fair Admissions Campaign.

You can find out more and contact Richy directly via his speaker profile.

Jay CroppedJay Harman

Faith Schools and Education Campaigner

Jay can give talks on our campaigns on education, against ‘faith’ schools, and the Fair Admissions Campaign.

You can find out more and contact Jay directly via his speaker profile.

LukeLuke Donnellan

Luke isHumanists UK’s Head of Education and can talk about Humanists UK’s work in schools.

You can find out more and contact Luke directly via his speaker profile page

Humanists UK Sections

2016 07 21 BN DH Square Logo (temp)Defence Humanists

Defence Humanists (formerly known as the UK Armed Forces Humanist Association) is a growing body of servicemen and women, their families, veterans and civilian members of the Ministry of Defence who seek to represent the interests of all those who subscribe to non-religious beliefs.

If you would like to invite someone from the section to come and talk about their work, visit the Defence Humanists speaker profile page.

2016 07 28 BN Square LGBT Humanists LogoLGBT Humanists

For over 30 years, LGBT Humanists (formerly the GALHA) has campaigned for equality and diversity, particularly relating to sexual orientation and identity – both in the UK and internationally.

If you would like to invite someone from the section to come and talk about their work, visit the LGBT Humanists Profile page.

 

 

 

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