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  1. Humanists UK and two of its patrons, actor Eddie Marsan and actor, presenter, and writer Janet Ellis, have teamed up with NHS mental wellbeing app, GoodThinking to share their experiences of the last year and how they as humanists have faced the challenges of lockdown. In his video, Eddie Marsan opens up about his experience […]
  2. Humanists UK has warned against proposals to weaken the Human Rights Act, in response to a call for evidence by the Joint Committee on Human Rights into the Government’s Independent the Human Rights Act Review. In its submission, Humanists UK has highlighted the importance of the Human Rights Act as a signature piece of legislation […]
  3. Wales Humanists has called on the Welsh Government to make temporary Covid-19 regulations that allow women to access abortion services remotely, known as telemedicine, instead be permanent. In the year since its implementation, there is a growing body of evidence to show that abortions have been safer and more accessible under this system and that […]
  4. Humanists UK has called on the UK Government to make temporary Covid-19 regulations in England that allow women to access abortion services remotely, known as telemedicine, instead be permanent. The call has come in response to a consultation proposing just that, as evidence shows that abortions have been safer and more accessible under this system. […]
  5. Northern Ireland Humanists, in conjunction with Richard Norman, Professor Emeritus of Moral Philosophy at the University of Kent, has responded to the Department of Health’s consultation calling for the implementation of opt-out organ donation in Northern Ireland. This system, which is already in place in England, Wales, and Jersey, and is due to come into […]