Our March newsletter is online now for you to download. Feel free to give copies to all your family and friends, especially all the “godless” people we hear are in East Anglia.
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Our October newsletter is ready for download. Articles on the BHA’s Local Development Project, SIFRE’s Forum of Faiths, and the facts about refugees. Did you know that many people think that the UK accepts about 23% of the world’s refugees, while the true figure is about 2 to 3%? There’s also a full diary of events from now until February 2009.
Our latest newsletter contains articles on depleted uranium, getting involved with “equality bodies”, care of the elderly, and more, plus our full programme of meetings and events.
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The latest Suffolk Humanists and Secularists newsletter is online now, featuring more on our name change, birds in Ipswich, the 2011 census and more.
Our website will be having a change of address and another facelift soon – watch this space!
Here’s the latest Suffolk Humanist newsletter in glorious colour – it has information on our February meeting where Nathan Nelson will be talking about Cambodia and the voluntary projects he is involved with there, as well as food for thought on free speech, the Burston Strike School, Christmas with kids, how you heard about God and more. Aren’t we good to you?
The August 2007 issue of International Humanist News has been published. It includes features on Violence against Women; Creationism and Science; Humanism in Action; and The Continuing Fight for a Secular Europe. Through the IHEU website, you can have:
* the full text (available now),
* a PDF version with pictures (available for download now) and
* back numbers from the last 14 years
Here’s the latest Suffolk Humanist News, with apologies for lateness – our editor may have got herself hospitalised, but she’s back on the mend now.
This edition includes information on our upcoming AGM, our meeting with Peter Tatchell in Colchester last month, and upcoming events.