Humanists UK News Feed

Think for yourself, act for everyone
  1. Humanists UK has launched series five of its popular podcast, What I Believe, with the help of some well-known guests including singer-songwriter Frank Turner, stand-up comedian Angela Barnes, and humanist philosopher A C Grayling. Each week, host Andrew Copson speaks to a humanist in the public eye about what they believe, to understand more about […]
  2. Pressure on the UK Government mounted further today to explain its decision to arbitrarily rewrite a multi-government commitment on women’s rights, with the House of Commons’ Equalities Committee Chair, Conservative MP Caroline Nokes, writing to the Foreign Secretary Liz Truss to seek an explanation. Humanists UK has welcomed her call. In her letter, Ms Nokes, […]
  3. Jeremy Rodell is a volunteer who leads Humanists UK’s dialogue network, which brings people from different humanist and religious communities together in search of common ground. This work builds bridges, develops mutual understanding, and promotes tolerance and good relationships in our communities. Hi Jeremy! Could you start by saying what you mean by ‘dialogue’? We’ve […]
  4. Clare Elcombe Webber is our Head of Humanist Care, she works to improve access to humanist pastoral care in hospitals, prisons, and universities throughout the country. Clare’s work is vital. Everyone, including the non-religious, should be able to talk to a like-minded person during life’s most difficult moments. Hi Clare! For those who do not […]
  5. Over 20 human rights, pro-choice, and international aid groups, and the Norwegian and Danish Governments, have called on the UK Government to reverse its decision to arbitrarily strip ‘sexual and reproductive health and rights’ and ‘bodily autonomy’ from an international human rights statement it – and 22 other countries – signed only two weeks ago. […]