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.
7 December 2020, 18:00
Senedd, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10 4PZ
To celebrate 100 years of pluralism and secularism in Wales, join Wales Humanists and Members of the Senedd via Zoom for a discussion on how Wales can build on its radical past, and towards a progressive future.
27 November 2020, 19:30
In recent years, a succession of authors have tried to argue that Christianity is the fount of all that is good in this world, and for the supremacy of Christian values over all others today. But do these partial accounts of history, starting just 2,000 years ago, miss the real story of human thought and achievement until now?
4 December 2020, 18:30
Join Alice Roberts and Andrew Copson, authors of The Little Book of Humanism, for its official book launch event.
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.
11 December 2020, 19:00
Kristian Nairn, known for his role as Hodor on Game of Thrones, talks about his experiences as a gay man in Northern Ireland and his acting and music career.
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.