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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 view of Edinburgh City Chambers, a set of neoclassical stone buildings forming a courtyard with archways in front.

Edinburgh Council removes voting rights from religious reps on education committee

Edinburgh Council removes voting rights from religious reps on education committee
Two people in waterproof jackets (one red, one blue) smile at each other as they hold plants in clumps of soil on a flat grassy Scottish landscape with hills in the background.

Humanist Society interview series: Thomas Widrow of the John Muir Trust on why Scotland needs a Carbon Emissions Land Tax

Humanist Society interview series: Thomas Widrow of the John Muir Trust on why Scotland needs a Carbon Emissions Land Tax
Fraser in conversation with Wonderful from Humanists Malawi. Wonderful has his arms folded and makes a point with his right hand. He has short black hair and glasses and wears a black jacket. Fraser listens and looks at Wonderful. He has glasses and short brown hair and wears a blue suit with pale blue shirt and no tie.

Building bridges, building democracies: a report from the World Humanist Congress 2023

Building bridges, building democracies: a report from the World Humanist Congress 2023
James Calder smiles at the camera. He has short strawberry blond hair and wears a matt pink shirt with no tie and a grey suit jacket. He is standing in front of a hedge.

Humanist Society interview series: James Calder, Fife councillor for fair school votes

Humanist Society interview series: James Calder, Fife councillor for fair school votes
Humza Yousaf talks at a podium in front of a black curtain. He wears a blue suit and tartan tie.

Humza Yousaf turns down meeting with Humanist Society on assisted dying

Humza Yousaf turns down meeting with Humanist Society on assisted dying
The Humanist Society Scotland logo, a simple, stylised, blue dancing figure with a pattern on its chest.

New chair and trustees

New chair and trustees
The Streetcare Volunteers logo. Text reads "Streetcare Volunteers" in yellow on black and black on yellow, the colour combination shifting from one line to the next.

Streetcare Volunteers now an independent charity

Streetcare Volunteers now an independent charity
A black and white photograph of a wedding ceremony, taken from the back of the ceremony hall/room looking down between two aisles of guests to the couple and celebrant. To the left, Kendal wears a black dress with white pattern and smiles at the couple. To the right is a bride wearing a white dress and groom in suit with kilt. They both smile and laugh.

Humanist Society interview series: Kendal Delaney

Humanist Society interview series: Kendal Delaney
A humanist celebrant conducting a wedding ceremony for a couple, Andrew and Callum. The photo is taken mid-vows in front of flower wreaths and a large window looking out to fields. The celebrant wears a blue dress and raises a hand. The couple stand either side of her in magenta velvet suits.

Far more humanist weddings than Christian ceremonies in 2022: National Records of Scotland

Far more humanist weddings than Christian ceremonies in 2022: National Records of 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