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Latest EHF news
- 20 February 2015
The Russian Humanist Society, an EHF member organisation, together with several prominent Russian humanists initiated a manifesto of the Russian humanists (...)
- 16 February 2015
Shootings at an event on free speech and at a synagogue in Copenhagen. The EHF reacts to this new attack against Freedom of expression (...)
- 7 February 2015
On 4 February, EHF President met with Under-Secretary of State for European Affairs Inga Skujiņa in Riga. Our core recommendations focused on non-believers' rights worldwide, blasphemy laws in Europe and Latvian non-discrimination legislation (...)
- 30 January 2015
Check out our new campaign to abolish blasphemy laws worldwide (...).
Latest European news
- 4 February 2015
On 3 Feb, MPs voted in favour of the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man to prevent deadly diseases which are passed down by the mother only. This regulation triggered an intense ethical debate with concerns about "playing god" and lots of misinformation about "designer babies". Here is a good analysis to understand the issue.
- 4 February 2015
The bill, currently in its second reading, will render gender reassignment surgery a valid reason for sick leave and will give people the choice of not declaring their sex or gender identity on identification documents through the introduction of an ‘X’ marker. People will be able to change their legal identity without having to undergo gender reassignment surgery beforehand.
- 12 January 2015
The CESI published a research on anti-human rights groups and their political agenda of opposing sexual and reproductive health and rights in the European Union. Find out about the key anti-choice actors in Europe and their influence.
- 16 December 2014
The Berlin ministry for education, youth and science has announced that World Humanist Day (on 21st June) has been acknowledged as an official holiday for humanist students in Berlin.