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    Rehabilitate those who refused to take part in the slaughter a 100 years ago! 11/11/2018

    Today the world celebrates the centenary of the end of WWI. During the past four years of studies, celebrations and commemorations, a parallel was often drawn between our time and the years preceding the outburst of that war. Indeed, the nationalist and populist wave we are witnessing shows sinister similarities. The most striking and worrying […]

    EHF supports letter to Pope Francis about his recent remarks on abortion 11/07/2018

    People may remember that on 10 October Pope Francis made one of his harshest criticisms about abortion when he declared that abortion is like “hiring a contract killer to resolve the problem.” This stigmatizing declaration is at odds with the reality of hundreds of millions of women around the world, including Catholic women who are […]

    Humanist Society Scotland replicates Romanian Science Calendar 11/05/2018

    Some will remember that a few months back, we reported about the Science Calendar, a wonderful achievement of our Romanian members. This story amazed our Scottish members so much that they decided to replicate project. The original story Back then, we talked to Monica Belițoiu, Chief Executive of our member organisation Asociatia Secular-Umanista din România (ASUR). She […]