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A winding road running down a steep mountain side in dramatic loops, with ragged rocks rising up to the right of the image and a beautiful cloudy sunset in the sky above. Infront of the sky text reads "Where Next?"

The year ahead for humanism in Scotland

The year ahead for humanism in Scotland
A festivus feast table with bagels, cakes, bread and more covering the surface. A sign poked in the bagels reads "Festivus yes! Bagels no!"

Festivus for the rest of us!

Festivus for the rest of us!
Writer Alice Tarbuck poses against a blue-grey wall. She is positioned to the left of the image and looks upwards to the left with a smile. She wears a red coat and flowery blouse and has short brown hair.

Humanist Society interview series: a very Pagan Solstice with writer Alice Tarbuck

Humanist Society interview series: a very Pagan Solstice with writer Alice Tarbuck
Dave Brackenridge, wearing a black jumper with a microphone in his hand and lectern infront of him, evangelises to an audience live on YouTube.

Humanist Society comments on links between evangelical pastor and charity working in primary schools

Humanist Society comments on links between evangelical pastor and charity working in primary schools
The Danish Parliament building at Christiansborg, with multi-storey stone wings and a central spire.

Our CEO talks Danish blasphemy laws on BBC Scotland

Our CEO talks Danish blasphemy laws on BBC Scotland
A group of young people laugh and chat over their laptop screens. They are around 15-16 and dressed in casual clothes.

We launch our new education guides for non-religious young people, parents, and carers

We launch our new education guides for non-religious young people, parents, and carers
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Humanist Society interview series: Gemma Clark, abortion rights campaigner

Humanist Society interview series: Gemma Clark, abortion rights campaigner
An image of the Scottish Parliament building at Holyrood with Calton Hill and the city of Edinburgh in the background.

Our priorities for Humza Yousaf

Our priorities for Humza Yousaf
Joe Goldblatt profile portrait. Joe wears a black suit and has a shiny stripy tie and finely striped blue shirt. He wears glasses and has blonde hair worn back on his head. He smiles warmly at the camera.

Humanist Society interview series: Joe Goldblatt of Interfaith Edinburgh

Humanist Society interview series: Joe Goldblatt of Interfaith Edinburgh
A picture of Humza Yousaf in a blue suit and tartan tie in a living room-type space with lamp and painting in the background. He is shown from the torso up and is positioned to the right of shot, smiling at the camera.

Humanist Society responds to election of Humza Yousaf

Humanist Society responds to election of Humza Yousaf
This image shows the meeting house at Sussex University in England, the first university meeting place whose appointed religious representative is a humanist. It is a large cylindrical building with an alternating pattern of concrete blocks and square coloured-glass panels that let in light. I has a green, conical roof.

Humanist Society contributes to new Faith and Belief Engagement Strategy

Humanist Society contributes to new Faith and Belief Engagement Strategy