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The famous concrete hippos public artwork in Glenrothes, Fife, home of Fife council.

Humanist Society backs removing religious voting rights from Fife education committee

Humanist Society backs removing religious voting rights from Fife education committee
Parliamentary portraits of Kate Forbes, Humza Yousaf, and Ash Regan arranged from left to right.

We write to SNP leadership candidates to gauge support on key humanist causes

We write to SNP leadership candidates to gauge support on key humanist causes
A picture of Kate Forbes wearing a red jacket and flowered dress in an interior with circular windows in the background.

Humanist Society comments on Kate Forbes’s links to evangelical charities in Third Force News

Humanist Society comments on Kate Forbes’s links to evangelical charities in Third Force News
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

Does religion still matter in politics?

Does religion still matter in politics?

A letter from Scotland’s children and young people

A letter from Scotland’s children and young people

Humanists add support to stop regressive Human Rights Act reform

Humanists add support to stop regressive Human Rights Act reform

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

Ukraine: statement on defence of rule of law

Ukraine: statement on defence of rule of law

Humanists join call to protect the Human Rights Act on Human Rights Day!

Humanists join call to protect the Human Rights Act on Human Rights Day!