Working on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical lives on the basis of reason and humanity. Humanists UK promote Humanism, a secular state, and equal treatment of everyone regardless of religion or belief.
Designed by teachers for teachers, Understanding Humanism features comprehensive, flexible, and free resources about Humanism. They are designed to allow the opportunity for enquiry, critical evaluation, and reflection.
Faith Schoolers Anonymous (FSA) is a platform allowing anyone who has encountered a problem at a ‘faith’ school to share their experience.
So whether you’re a former pupil or a current one, a parent or a carer or a teacher, or simply someone with information that you feel should be shared, this site is for you. These are issues that need attention and your stories need to be told.
Galha campaigns for equality and diversity, particularly relating to sexual orientation and identity – both in the UK and internationally. Since 2012 it has been the LGBT section of the British Humanist Association. It is volunteer-led and funded by supporter donations.
The Defence Humanists (formerly the UK Armed Forces Humanist Association) is a growing network of non-religious service personnel, MOD civil servants, veterans and their families within the British Humanist Association who seek to represent the interests of all those who subscribe to humanist ideals.
Humanist Care operates a network of trained and accredited humanist pastoral support volunteers who provide care to the non-religious.
Atheism UK’s ultimate goal is the end of religious faith – the false and irrational belief that God exists – and of religion, the social manifestation of faith.
The Skeptic is the UK’s only regular magazine to take a sceptical look at pseudoscience and claims of the paranormal.
Cambridge Skeptics is about getting people to come together and to have a relaxed and enjoyable evening while listening to talks given in a friendly manner on a wide range of topics.
The National Secular Society works towards a society in which all citizens, regardless of religious belief, or lack of religious belief, can live together fairly and cohesively.
IHEYO, the International Humanist Ethical Youth Organization, is IHEU’s youth section, and a non-profit umbrella with dozens of member organizations and serves as the connecting link between Humanist organisations with young members around the world.
Humanist Ceremonies™ is a growing network of 300 celebrants trained and accredited by Humanists UK, working across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. (In Scotland celebrants are trained by the Humanist Society Scotland.)
Celebrants create, write and conduct a range of ceremonies to mark the big moments in life, usually baby naming ceremonies, weddings and funerals. They are all thoroughly trained and quality assured.
To find out more about celebrants, and Humanist ceremonies in general – please click HERE
To find a celebrant in the local area – please click HERE
Humanists UK publishes three booklets which are helpful for those thinking about a non-religious ceremony: Funerals Without God, Sharing the Future and New Arrivals. They all contain suggestions for wording and whole ceremonies to give you some ideas and can be obtained from the Humanists UK website or by telephoning 020 7324 3069.
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