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Brighton Humanists
Living Without Religion. Challenging Religious Privilege.
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We meet on the first Wednesday of every month except August,
at The King and Queen, 13-17 Marlborough Place, Brighton BN1 1UB

We hold our events in a pub, and can only admit people under the age of 18 to those events if they are accomanied by a parent.


Wednesday 23 January 2019, 7:30pm
Brighton Young Humanists Social
If you are aged between 18 and 35, and would like to join a group of friendly and free-thinking people in your area for socialising and discussion, please join Brighton Young Humanists, upstairs at the King and Queen on 23rd January from 7:30pm for our informal social.

Wednesday 06 February 2019, 7:30pm for 8pm start
Supporting Those who Leave their Religion - Teddy Prout
Teddy is Humanists UK’s Director of Community Services, and will be talking about the journey people face when leaving their religion. He will draw on the personal experiences of those with whom he works, and on his own journey from evangelical Christianity to humanism. He will also discuss the current issues in the UK for apostates, and what Faith to Faithless is doing to help individuals through their own journeys. .

Wednesday 06 March 2019, 7:30pm for 8pm start
“No More Faith Schools” (Alastair Lichten, National Secular Society)
"No More Faith Schools" is a national campaign dedicated to bringing about an end to state funded faith schools. Faith schools have a negative impact on social cohesion, foster segregation of children on social, ethnic and religious lines, and undermine choice and equality. They also enable religious groups to use public money to evangelise to children. This campaign is a platform for everyone who wants to see an inclusive education system, free from religious control.

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