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“Promoting Humanism in the Modern World” by Humanist Students


Author(s): Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Publication (Outlet/Website): Medium (Humanist Voices)

Publication Date (yyyy/mm/dd): 2018/06/07

The new event of the summer is out from Humanist Students. It is called “Promoting humanism in the modern world” it will look at the ways in which to capitalize on the increasing number of young non-religious people.

Those who have humanist values. Those who do not. However, those who do have them should be better understood by the general public and especially on their campuses throughout Europe.

Michael Sani, the Chief Executive of Bite and the Ballot and an award winning campaigner, will be speaking at the evening. In fewer than 10 years, Bite the Ballot inspired numerous young people to be able to get excited and so involved in the democratic process with voting.

A record number of young people have been registering to vote in the 107 General Election. Sani will talk about the necessary steps for the construction and maintenance of a successful campaign in order to effectuate positive social change in line with humanistic values.

WHAT: Promoting humanism in the modern world
WHERE: Aberdare Hall, Corbett Rd, Cardiff, CF10 3UP
WHEN: 14 July 10.15–16.30

The event will be open to the Humanist UK students. Friends or members of other related societies can join for free now.It is free. However, RSVP ASAP. There is some minor accomodation for a limited few who may be travelling an extended distance for the event.

Please contact the Humanist Students Student and Youth Coordinator, Sean Turnbull, at for more details.


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