All EHF news
- 9 March 2010
Leo Igwe is the highly respected and capable West Africa representative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union.
- 7 March 2010
Dorota Nieznalska is an artist who was prosecuted and convicted for “offending religious beliefs” when in 2002 she exhibited at a gallery in Gdansk an installation “Passion”
- 28 February 2010
In an unprecedented development the Polish Humanist Association has had a meeting with the Minister for Equal Treatment, Elzbieta Radziszewska.
- 12 February 2010
The EHF has sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Greece protesting about threats to a human rights organisation, the Greek Helsinki Monitor, by a government minister speaking in the Greek parliament.
- 5 February 2010
Open Letter to Council of Europe, Human Rights Court, Politicians etc. An impressive list of well over 100 Italian organisations has sent a joint open letter to the Council of Europe,
- 29 January 2010
Ten people from ten EHF member organisations in seven countries spent Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 January at the Parliament and had meetings with 15 MEPs and the assistants to two others. The MEPs came from ten countries and four political groups (...)
- 20 January 2010
Greece has a new Humanist organisation. The Humanist Union of Greece, founded this month, has 48 members so far.
- 2 January 2010
EHF protests to Socialist group over reactionary attitude The European Court of Human Rights has delivered a judgement of huge significance to secularism and human rights.
- 23 December 2009
For the second time EHF has intervened to support Swami Manavatavadi and his International School of Humanitarian Thoughts and Practice – known as Kids’ Kingdom.
- 20 December 2009
EHF member DFW organised a conference for young people at Klingberg, Germany, in November to discuss secular values. We have a full report on this successful event.