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A Weekend of Humanism!

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The Humanist Society of South Australia recently hosted the Australian Humanist of the Year Award 2014 Dinner on Saturday May 10. We heard Hugh Wilson of the Secular Lobby talk about the most recent High Court Challenge to the constitutional legality of the NSCP (school chaplains) and listened to Geoffrey Robertson talk live from the Hague as he accepted the 2014 Australian Humanist of the Year Award!

It was e a fun and interesting night hosted by the Humanist Society of South Australia with Arch-Atheist Scott Sharrad as MC and musical entertainment provided by the Adelaide University Musician’s Guild.thepanelThe panel on Science Denialism (Sunday 10:30am) was be held at the Old Adelaide Inn (O’Connell St) and included Prof Barry Brook (Climate scientist), Ms Moira Clarke (Online Opinion Secularist), and Prof Ian Musgrave (Pharmacology).


I have just been advised that Mr Scott Sharrad, the current Secretary of CAHS, has resigned. Such sad news and a great loss for organised humanism in Australia. Scott was President for two years and, during that time, was instrumental in reinvigorating humanism in Australia. In practical terms, he built a new website with the ability to take online payments and easily manage member society memberships and subscriptions. Scott also modernised the storage and communication of CAHS by transitioning to an online based system. He developed a social media presence for national organised Humanism, as well as implementing a new and contemporary logo and branding. Whilst Scott was President, he oversaw two highly successful national Humanist Conventions with interstate and international speakers. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Scott for all his hard work and tremendous commitment to advancing Humanism in Australia. We will miss you at the helm and wish you all the best in your future endeavours.

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As the majority of locals were thronging places of worship, i was busy at the Bizoha Humanist Center working on the Kitchen where food is cooked from. The cooking area has been designed to support usage of less firewood, charcoal, saw dust plus the modern usage of a gas burner as sources of fuel. Science & Reason rocks.

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Games and Sports is a great activity as far as outdoor learning, our school netball and soccer teams both categories of young and junior teams participated in the District school competitions where our school did very well in the event. With Science, we can progress.

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https://www.gofundme.com/uganda-humanist-women-microfinance please support -- Uganda Humanist Women Microfinance --

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Thank you for the add.

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