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Newsline 20 January 2017

This week we discussed the legacy of Charlie Hebdo and the future of free speech at an event in Parliament, at which we were very pleased to be joined by Caroline Fourest, who helped edit the 'Survivor's Edition' of the magazine (for which we named Charlie 'Secularist of the Year'). You can read more about what Caroline and our inspiring panel of speakers had to say below.

Which campaigner for secularism and human rights has inspired you this year? Secularist of the Year 2017 is fast approaching, and we need your nominations.

Our members enjoy a discounted ticket price, so if you aren't already a member of the Society, join us today.

NSS Speaks Out

Our executive director Keith Porteous Wood spoke to Radio France about sharia councils, and we were quoted in Spiked on the policing of newspaper opinion about Islam.

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