There are a lot of groups operating in the atheist, humanist, secularist space, but a lot of the community is underserved. These simple exercises can help you decide what sort of group to start or refresh.
Whatever the limitations of ‘nonreligious’ as a category, the Census shows how an assumption of religiosity can lead to marginalisation and undervaluing in public policy and equality monitoring.
Activism matters is a new interview series where we meet activists and leaders working in a variety of atheist, humanist, and secularist spaces. This week we spoke with Paul Golin, executive director of the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
The suggestion in the early 2000’s that atheist rebrand themselves as ‘Brights’ is generally remembered as a short-lived embarrassment of incredible hubris. Is that a little unfair, and are there positive lessons to learn from the idea?
With Covid driving the shift to online meetings I have been to a larger and wider range of atheist, humanist, and secularist groups than in any time since my student activist days. I’ve been thinking about the different types of spaces which are needed to serve our communities.
AHS+ is a catchall covering atheist, humanist, secularist, and similar groups, of various nonreligious and irreligious types. It recognises both the overlapping and distinct identities within our movement.