Links are provided to events which may be of interest to secularists. Unless otherwise stated the NSS does not necessarily support or endorse these events.
Wed, 03 Aug 2016
Date: Wednesday 3 August 2016 | 19:30 (bar opens 19.00(
Location: Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road, London NW1 1HB
Tickets: £2 for non-PFA members
Details: Swedish sociologist Goran Adamson will present the thesis of his book and critique the imposition of an ideological 'diversity' agenda that he believes has embraced moral relativism and facilitated the erosion of universal human rights.
Sat, 03 Sep 2016
Date: Saturday 3 September 2016 | 09:30 to 17:30
Location: Central London
Tickets: See website for details
Details: The National Secular Society will host a great line up of speakers for a special 150th anniversary celebration including Jacques Berlinerblau, author of the internationally acclaimed How to be Secular, Maajid Nawaz, Douglas Murray, Turkish MP Safak Pavey, Tehmina Kazi of British Muslims for Secular Democracy, Aliyah Saleem, Paul Rowe of Educate Together and historian Devorah Lavin. Our guest speakers, including human rights and education experts, will take a critical look at secularism's successes and areas for development. More speakers TBA.
Sat, 17 Sep 2016
Date: Saturday 17 September
Time 11am – 3pm
Place: Brookwood cemetery, followed by the White Hart pub in Pirbright, near Woking.
An opportunity to pay your respects to NSS founder Charles Bradlaugh by joining NSS council and staff in a visit to Bradlaugh's grave at Brookwood cemetery near Woking, followed by a social event at a nearby pub.
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