We release 2015 Humanist Manifesto

April 15, 2015

Today Humanist Society Scotland has launched it’s 2015 Humanist Manifesto.

The manifesto was created following a consultation with our 10,000 members across Scotland, and raises ten important issues for parliamentary candidates to consider in the run-up to the General Election.

The manifesto covers three main areas; education, social justice and human rights. We have also included some suggested questions that humanists might want to ask at hustings events.

If you would like some hard copies to give out at event, please get in touch.

You can download a pdf version of the manifesto.

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