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World Humanist Day Supporter Pack and Crowdfunding

2022-12-15

Author(s): Scott Douglas Jacobsen

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

Publication Date (yyyy/mm/dd): 2018/05/05

The International Humanist and Ethical Union is counting down World Humanist Day.

It is on June 21. IHEYO is counting down with them. This year, IHEU launched Humanists At Risk as a crowdfunding campaign. this will help raise awareness and support for humanist concerns.

They helped raised, in a similar campaign before, about £10,000.00 “to help defend, protect and support humanists at risk around the world,” as noted in an email.

This is currently an annual crowdfunding campaign to ask for financial support. This financial support will go to helping raise awareness and to hopefully, eventually, support humanists who are at risk.

You can download the supporter pack here:

“We’re in!” — Download the supporter pack

IHEU continues to be a beacon, and umbrella, for humanist activities. The goal is to advocate for human rights, help at-risk humanists. Also, to help document discrimination, this can help catalogue the issues for humanists around the world.

World Humanist Day, in this view, becomes a great means and mechanism to support humanism and humanists around the world.

That’s why World Humanist Day is the perfect moment to harness solidarity within the global humanist community and get behind the vital work of the IHEU.

Ths supporter pack “includes graphics, a poster for events, news story copy for your website or press release, and template messages for social media.”

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