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Inventing Secularism: The Radical Life of George Jacob Holyoake – book launch with Ray Argyle

Inventing Secularism: The Radical Life of George Jacob Holyoake – book launch with Ray Argyle

Organisers: National Secular Society in partnership with Conway Hall
When: Thursday 22nd April 2021, 19.00-20.00
Where: Online
Tickets: Donations to Conway Hall Ethical Society encouraged

In this talk to mark the launch of Inventing Secularism, the first modern biography of Holyoake, author Ray Argyle will describe how Holyoake's life helped shaped the modern world. He will also explain how Holyoake's vision rings with renewed clarity at a time when secularism is under siege worldwide.

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(Online) Essex Humanists

(Online) Essex Humanists

Organisers: Essex Humanists
When: Sunday 2nd May 2021, 10.00
Where: Online
Tickets: N/A. Register here.

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(Online) Gloucestershire Humanists

(Online) Gloucestershire Humanists

Organisers: Gloucestershire Humanists
When: Thursday 13th May 2021, 19.30-21.30
Where: Via Zoom
Tickets: N/A, click here to join the meeting from 19.15

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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Online: No More Faith Schools: Kent Humanists

Online: No More Faith Schools: Kent Humanists

Organisers: Kent Humanists
When: Sunday 16th May 2021, 14.30-16.30
Where: Online
Tickets: N/A registration required

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(Online) Watford Area Humanists

(Online) Watford Area Humanists

Organisers: Watford Area Humanists
When: Wednesday 19th May 2021, 19.30-21.00
Where: Online
Tickets: Free event, click here to register

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(TBC) Ely Humanists

(TBC) Ely Humanists

Organisers: Ely Humanists
When: Date in June TBC
Where: Online
Tickets: Free event, registration required

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(TBC) Peterborough Humanists

(TBC) Peterborough Humanists

Organisers: Peterborough and District Humanists
When: Thursday 9th September 2021, 19.30-21.00
Where: Meeting Room, Friends' Meeting House, 21 Thorpe Rd, Peterborough PE3 6AB
Tickets: Free event, registration not necessary

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(TBC) Dorset Humanists

(TBC) Dorset Humanists

Organisers: Dorset Humanists
When: Saturday 11th September 2021, 14.30-16.30
Where: Moordown Community Hall, Coronation Avenue, Bournemouth BH9 1TB
Tickets: N/A

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(TBC) No More Faith Schools - Cornwall Humanists

(TBC) No More Faith Schools - Cornwall Humanists

Organisers: Cornwall Humanists
When: Tuesday 21 September 2021, 19.00-21.00
Where: TBC
Tickets: N/A

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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(TBC) Plymouth Humanists

(TBC) Plymouth Humanists

Organisers: Plymouth Humanists
When: Tuesday 28th September 2021, 19.30-21.00
Where: The B-Bar, The Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
Tickets: N/A

Around a third of publicly funder schools are faith schools, with a wide range of abilities to discriminate based on and promote their religious ethos. These schools also influence practices across the education system. But it doesn't need to be this way, our many fantastic community schools show how we can move towards a secular, inclusive education system.

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