HUMANISM STANDS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Humanism is an ethical worldview affirming that individuals have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. Deeply committed to the protection of Human Rights, humanism defends the right for everyone to choose their beliefs, values and lifestyles, subject only to them not interfering with other people’s rights.

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  • World Humanist Day

  • Lone Ree Milkær as manager of HI 

    As part of the transition of EHF activities to Humanists International, the organisations have started The Humanist Capacity Building and Networking Project. This project will aim to build a strong network amongst the humanist organisations in Europe that are willing to work together in partnership. The goal is to make humanist services available for everyone who […]
  • The Antithesis of Secularism

    Keith Porteous Wood of our member organisation The National Secular Society dedicated his recent research on the topic of Catholic Church treason in 1942: “It is the eightieth anniversary of the promulgation of a leaflet by the French Church circulated to the French in 1942 at the lowest point in the war. It demanded all to bear allegiance to Marshall Petain, the […]

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    World Humanist Day 06/21/2022

    June 21 is World Humanist Day. A day dedicated to raising awareness of humanism as a way of life as well as an opportunity to draw attention to current issues in the world.From explaining freedom of religion or belief to opposing religious extremism or securing sexual and reproductive health: the EHF’s work is broad but always with […]

    Lone Ree Milkær as manager of HI  06/01/2022

    As part of the transition of EHF activities to Humanists International, the organisations have started The Humanist Capacity Building and Networking Project. This project will aim to build a strong network amongst the humanist organisations in Europe that are willing to work together in partnership. The goal is to make humanist services available for everyone who […]

    The Antithesis of Secularism 05/29/2022

    Keith Porteous Wood of our member organisation The National Secular Society dedicated his recent research on the topic of Catholic Church treason in 1942: “It is the eightieth anniversary of the promulgation of a leaflet by the French Church circulated to the French in 1942 at the lowest point in the war. It demanded all to bear allegiance to Marshall Petain, the […]