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Fraser Sutherland, wearing a blue suit, addresses a crowd infront of a banner reading "Humanist Society Scotland".

Our CEO talks Kate Forbes, faith, and policy-making on BBC Radio Scotland

Our CEO talks Kate Forbes, faith, and policy-making on BBC Radio Scotland
Bute House in Edinburgh, the first minister's official residence.

Humanist Society Scotland on Nicola Sturgeon’s resignation

Humanist Society Scotland on Nicola Sturgeon’s resignation
A voting box bearing a religious symbol

We urge local councils to scrap church voting rights

We urge local councils to scrap church voting rights
Mubarak Bala

2020 Scottish humanist of the year jailed for blasphemy

2020 Scottish humanist of the year jailed for blasphemy

Non-religious people encouraged to ‘be honest’ about their beliefs in 2022 Census

Non-religious people encouraged to ‘be honest’ about their beliefs in 2022 Census

Climate emission results ‘alarming’

Climate emission results ‘alarming’

Scottish blasphemy law repealed following humanist campaign

Scottish blasphemy law repealed following humanist campaign

New research reveals Scots’ tolerance

New research reveals Scots’ tolerance

Scottish water wash hands of dowsing

Scottish water wash hands of dowsing
Simon Stevens

End Scottish NHS spending on homeopathy

End Scottish NHS spending on homeopathy

Survey reveals highest ever proportion of non-religious Scots

Survey reveals highest ever proportion of non-religious Scots