British Humanist Association

In 2008, the blasphemy laws were abolished in England and Wales. They protected the tender sympathies of the Anglican God
If we want meaningful integration in our diverse society, we must have it in our schools. All the available evidence supports this claim. It is a truth which should have led to significant reform of England's education system a very long time ago indeed. Instead, it has barely figured in education policy.
Ceasing to look ever backwards in that way, coming to terms instead with a very different present reality, and planning for a more cohesive future society on the basis of that will take us all - religious and humanist alike - well out of our comfort zones. But it is an essential task. The strikingly diverse Commission that produced today's report has taken that first step forward. Hopefully public authorities and governments across the UK will continue that journey.
Humanists are celebrating a "landmark" legal victory in their fight with the government over a GCSE Religious Studies (RS
I would like my children to have an understanding of different religious worldviews, and in turn, I want other kids of all faiths to understand theirs, and how it shapes the choices and decisions they make in life.
1000 humanists from over 60 countries are assembling in Oxford today for the 2014 World Humanist Congress. This triennial gathering of members of the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) unites men and women from across the globe who believe that we can live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity alone, without religious beliefs.
Attorney General Dominic Grieve has become the latest high profile figure to flock to the defense of the prime minister over
It is wrong for David Cameron to single out Christians for special praise, to offer them privileged access to Downing Street and to support an expanded role for Christian groups in providing essential public services.
A poster which replaced the image of God from the Sistine Chapel with a picture of the Flying Spaghetti Monster has been
A gay cure group is to pursue Transport for London for allowing Stonewall to display its “Some people are gay. Get over it