Our events programme has moved fully online as a result of continued physical distancing. Please see other tabs for Community and Faith to Faithless events. We look forward to welcoming you to our events in person once again, when it is safe to do so.
Humanists UK’s events programme includes major events around the country designed to raise public awareness of humanism and related topics, including its annual lecture series and annual Convention.
23 February 2021, 18:45
A weekly series of six themed discussions exploring humanist perspectives on life – a great way to share thoughts and meet people with similar outlooks.
These are events organised by Humanists UK local branches and special interest groups around the country. They include socials, lectures, small gatherings, and community activities under the auspices of Humanists UK’s groups and sections.
28 January 2021, 19:30
Join Young Humanists as they ask what we can learn from 2020 and what humanists’ priorities should be in the UK in 2021.
12 February 2021, 20:30
After an evening hearing about the evolutionary origins of morality at the Darwin Day Lecture, why not join Young Humanists for a chat? This is a great chance to meet other young humanists and discuss the points raised in the lecture.
'Well-doing and well-being’: a history of humanism in the UK, with Madeleine Goodall | Chester Humanists
17 February 2021, 19:00
Join Chester Humanists to hear from Madeleine Goodall on: 'Doing good and Living Well’ – a history of humanism in the UK.
'Well-doing and well-being’: a history of humanism in the UK, with Madeleine Goodall | Chichester Humanists
23 February 2021, 19:30
Join Chichester Humanists to hear from Madeleine Goodall on: 'Well-doing and well-being’ – a history of humanism in the UK.
24 February 2021, 19:00
Luke Donnellan, Director of Understanding Humanism at Humanists UK, discusses the challenges of ensuring the curriculum gives equal recognition to humanism alongside the world's major religions.
Faith to Faithless is Humanists UK’s programme providing support to ‘apostates’ and people who leave high-control religions. It puts on a mixture of socials and public lectures across the UK, as well as apostasy awareness training events for services workers.