The Bradlaugh Lecture was launched on the day of the 151st anniversary of the NSS's foundation, in recognition of our founder Charles Bradlaugh. The lecture aims to provide a space for a distinguished speaker to explore a secularist topic in depth.
We're delighted to announce that the 2018 lecture will see human rights activist Gita Sahgal focus on the rise of Hindu nationalism in Britain, India and beyond. Her lecture will be entitled 'The Men Who Killed Gandhi' : Secular India and the rise of Hindu nationalism. Tickets for the event are now on sale.