Welcome to the Humanist Society of South Australia Inc


AHOY 2014 Convention Pictures!

A Weekend of Humanism!

geoffrey Robertson-646x363 730232-ron-williams

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).

Martin DunneMartin Dunne

Humanism Recognized by the Department of Defense - American Humanist Association
April 20, 2017 15:50

Judith WotherspoonJudith Wotherspoon
Hello, I joined South Australian Humanists yesterday having attended the National Convention in Melbourne just before Easter. My most intellectually stimulating event this week was listening to Yuval Harare an Israeli academic Historian speaking on Radio National show 'Big Ideas'. His message is not a happy pill. He speaks of the growth of the beginning of the digital age & bio- technology and projects one possible future scenario in which there are 'useless' people! Very grim but very imaginable. Serious brain food if that's what turns you on.

 April 24, 2017 01:47

Shwna MrksShwna Mrks
The CFP for this conference closes in a week. We'd love to receive a submission from you if you are a postgraduate, early career researcher, or honours student!

Articulations 2017
April 21, 2017 01:47

Meredith Newman DebensMeredith Newman Debens
Masereka Solomon is a progressive humanist who works in Kasese, Uganda at a Humanist Primary School. He is certainly worthy of your consideration in this fundraiser for a bike. It would be of great value to his work in the school's campuses, which are separated by some distance. If you wish to donate , please click on this post. Thank you. Meredith

Click here to support Help Masereka get a motorbike! organised by Will Brealey
April 20, 2017 10:29

Martin DunneMartin Dunne
Great piece on the "Australian Vaccination-skeptics Network".

April 19, 2017 11:35