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.
5 March 2021, 19:00
Join Professor Sarah Gilbert, Oxford Project Leader for the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, in the Rosalind Franklin Lecture 2021, 'Racing against the virus', chaired by Samira Ahmed.
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.
9 March 2021, 19:30
Join Chichester Humanists on Zoom to discuss the importance of humanist responses to the 2021 Census.
17 March 2021, 19:00
Julian Baggini presents a global history of philosophy – offering a timely perspective on different philosophical perspectives on our human planet.
When the facts don’t work – how to talk to science deniers, with Professor Mark Lorch | Sheffield Humanists
17 March 2021, 19:30
From climate change sceptics to vaccine deniers, there’s plenty of folk out there who aren’t convinced by science and instead turn to conspiracy theories. What approach should you take when talking to science deniers?
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.