Book now for the HSS 2013 Conference

Thank you for visting this page. Please book your Conference place by any of these three methods:

1/Going to the Shop section of this website, under the ‘Support Us’ button above, where you can pay by card or PayPal.

2/Transferring your £45 to the Society’s bank account, details of which are:
Bank: Cooperative Bank
Sort Code: 83 91 26
Account No: 65553877
Please reference your payment with your name and ‘Conference’.

3/Sending a cheque payable to Humanist Society Scotland to: Maureen Kettle, Humanist Society Scotland, 272 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JR Please enclose a note of your name.

The final Agenda for the Annual Conference 2013 has now been announced, and is:

Robert
Burns Suite, Thistle Hotel, Cambridge Street, Glasgow G2 3HN

Sunday
21 April 2013

Building a fair, progressive and open
Scotland

9.00-9.30 Registration. Tea,
coffee and breakfast snacks.

9.30-10.00 Taking Stock, Looking
Forward – and Chair’s address.

10.00-11.00 The Human Rights ‘State of
the Nation’.

Professor
Alan Millar, Chair of the Scottish Commission on Human Rights.

11.00-11.20 Tea and Coffee.

11.20-12.00 The Religious Landscape in
Scotland.

Professor Norman Bonney, Edinburgh Napier University.

12.00-1.00 Policies and debates:

12.00-12.40 Education – Bob Barfoot and
Patrick McGlinchey.

12.40-1.00 Policy and Public Affairs – Liz
Rowlett
.

1.00-2.00 Lunch

2.00-3.00 Policies and debates:

2.00-2.30 Anti-Semitism and Israel – Jack Gold.

2.30-2.40 Edinburgh Religious Observance petition – Gary MacLelland.

2.40-3.00 Crowd Funding Appeal and ‘Any Other Business’ – Steve Chinn

3.00-4.30 Weird Science: An Introduction to Anomalistic Psychology.

Professor Chris
French, Head of the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit in the Psychology
Department at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Tea and Coffee will be served at 4.00.

4.30-4.45 Closing and next steps.

The
AGM follows at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (next to the hotel) at 5.00. Please see separate details sent to all HSS Members.

We look forward to seeing you on 21 April.

Many thanks, and best regards
Steve Chinn
General Secretary
secretary@humanism-scotland.org.uk

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