Can you help us campaign to help policy makers hear the voices of Humanists in important debates?
Whether it is scrapping Scotland’s Blasphemy Law or ensuring Freedom of Expression is protected your support is vital.
Around the world Freedom of Expression is under threat. Authoritative regimes use laws to restrict free debate and persecute political activists or human rights defenders. By supporting Humanist Society Scotland you are part of a global movement of Humanists and freethinkers fighting to protect important freedoms. We are a member of Humanists International who have a seat at the UN fighting hard to protect hard won rights and challenge states who fail to uphold such rights.
In Scotland we have the shame of being one of the last nations in Europe with a Blasphemy law. We have been campaigning hard to put this to bed once and for all and the support of our members and supporters is vital to making this happen.
Can you help us continue to uphold fundamental rights and freedom of expression? Often we face opposition from authoritative states and extremely well funded religious lobbies who wish to restrict rights.
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