“Humanism is about the world, not about humanism” - Harold Blackham.
Humanists indeed take a stand on many societal issues always with full respect of fundamental rights.
The Humanist View of Society
Human Rights & Non-Discrimination
Humanists are deeply committed to human rights and non-discrimination on all grounds. In particular, we defend freedom of religion and beliefs which includes the right not to believe and we also attach a great importance to defend human rights when they are under threat.
Start and End of Life
The difference between a secularist/humanist outlook and a religious one is often very plain in matters concerning the beginning and end of life.
One of the most intractable problems facing society is the use of drugs, both legal and illegal, for other than medical purposes. We observe the failure of current repressive policies and propose a new approach on drugs based decriminalisation and damage reduction.
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