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WHRIN: Witchcraft and Human Rights: Past, Present, Future Perspectives' International Conference

WHRIN: Witchcraft and Human Rights: Past, Present, Future Perspectives' International Conference

Date: 10-11 January 2019
Location: Lancaster University
Tickets: From £50.00
Details: This interdisciplinary conference will examine the various traditions of witchcraft across centuries and continents. It will focus on how witchcraft accusations, practices and beliefs, and the consequences they generate, are understood, theorised and represented.


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Radicals, Rebels, and Revolutionaries of the 19th century

Radicals, Rebels, and Revolutionaries of the 19th century

Date: 21st February- 28th March 2019, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Location: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London. WC1R 4RL
Tickets: From £50
Details: A six-week course examining the often hidden or forgotten contribution of radicals, rebels, and revolutionaries to the development of ground-breaking ideas and campaigns in the nineteenth century such as human rights, birth control, women's rights, the right to vote, republicanism, and free speech. One thing uniting all those to be studied is their secularism, the philosophy underlying their activism.

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Secularism 2019: Reclaiming Religious Freedom

Secularism 2019: Reclaiming Religious Freedom

Date: 18th May 2019, 09:00 - 17:00
Location
: The Tower Hotel in London, St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1LD
Tickets: Members: £25 | Non-members: £50 | Students: £10
Details: What does "religious freedom" truly mean? While religious lobbyists commonly use terms like "religious freedom" to demand privileges, this conference will serve to highlight that true "religious freedom" means freedom of belief for people of all religions and none. The conference will also explore the limits of religious freedom when it impedes on other human rights, including bodily autonomy, equality and freedom of expression.

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