The humanist movement is founded on strong communities of activists and campaigners working nationally and internationally to make the world a better place. Whether it’s school speakers raising awareness of humanism, local groups holding pub quizzes and fundraisers, or volunteers attending international conferences, the humanist movement is made up of communities of all shapes and sizes.
As we contemplate life after Covid-19, we must ask ourselves what we want the humanist communities of the future to look like and what they should do. How can we rejuvenate and reimagine the way we bring like-minded, non-religious people together? What should stay the same and what should change? These are just some of the questions that, with your help, we will address in this open and inclusive discussion.
Spaces are limited and registration is essential. To reserve a space for you and your household, please register. We will be using Zoom and a link will be emailed to you ahead of the event.