Leo Igwe: Religion, Impunity and Human Rights Abuses…., Wednesday, 2nd December, 7PM on Zoom (open to non-members, see below)

Leo Igwe is a scholar, activist and founder of the Nigerian Humanist Movement (now the Humanist Association of Nigeria) and worked for some years for the International Humanist and Ethical Union (now Humanists International) in the UK and the Center for Inquiry in the US. He has research interest in witchcraft, religion and atheism in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Zambia. At the moment, Leo devotes his time to campaigning for the release of the detained Nigerian Humanist, Mubarak Bala, working to eradicate witch persecution and fostering critical thinking in schools. He has recently been elected to the Board of Humanists International.

Members of Brighton Humanists will automatically receive the link to this Zoom event two days in advance. If you would like to become a member of Brighton Humanists please go to the online membership form on our website and follow the instructions: Your membership fee of £10 single membership or £7.50 per person in a couple/household will cover you until September 2021.

Non-members are welcome and may register for the event free of charge via Eventbrite: .

Sunday Social, Sunday, 20th December, 4PM on Zoom

Just a social get-together for chat and catch-up.