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.
The struggle for children's rights | The Blackham Lecture 2019, with Andrew Moffat & Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson
21 October 2019, 19:30
Conference Aston, Aston University, Birmingham, B4 7ET
30 September 2019, 12:00
Belfast City Hall, Dongell Square N, Belfast, BT1 5GS
We’re holding a demonstration outside City Hall in Belfast on International Blasphemy Day to highlight the damage that these laws cause internationally and to call for repeal.
21 November 2019, 19:00
Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS
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.
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.
20 October 2019, 14:30
Boden Park Coffee Company, Ormeau Bakery Retail Units, Belfast, BT7 3GB
We know how isolating and confusing it can be to leave a religion or cult and our socials are a fantastic way to meet new people in a relaxed and informal setting.
22 October 2019, 19:00
Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BT
For some people leaving religion in the UK can result in emotional and physical abuse from family and shunning from their communities. Faith to Faithless was set up in 2015 to raise awareness of apostasy and to support those who have struggled leaving religion.
23 October 2019, 19:00
Redhills: Durham Miners Hall, Flass Street, Durham, DH1 4BE
Belief in religion is a fundamental human right, and with it is the right not to believe. Unfortunately, for some people leaving their faith can be a complicated, challenging, and even dangerous process.
2 November 2019, 12:30
Greenwich Royal Observatory, Blackheath Avenue, London, SE10 8XJ
Join us for our Apostate Winter Social preceded by an optional guided tour led by our committee member Ste Richardsson.
7 November 2019, 19:00
Dorothy Fleming Lecture Theatre, Charles Street Building, Sheffield, S1 2ND
A panel discussion to explore the complexities of leaving religion in the UK. Learn from British apostates who have left different faiths, suffered the consequences and have since rebuilt their lives.
13 November 2019, 19:00
Room 1.5, University of Manchester Students' Union, Manchester, M13 9PR
For many people in Britain leaving religion can result in emotional and physical abuse from their family and community. Faith to Faithless was set up in 2015 to raise awareness of apostasy and to support those who struggle leaving religion.
21 November 2019, 19:00
Coutts Lecture Theatre (room 3.31), Third floor, Wills Memorial Building, Bristol, BS8 1RJ
Belief in a religion is a fundamental human right, and with it is the right not to believe. For some people leaving their faith can be a complicated, challenging, and even dangerous process.