Face coverings during ceremonies: from law to advice

From 4th April 2022, the need to wear face coverings during wedding or funeral ceremonies held in indoor public places is no longer a legal requirement.

Public Health advice continues to be that face coverings offer protection, and members of the public will continue to be encouraged to wear them in indoor settings – but not required to do so.

All Women Finalist List for Humanist of the Year 2021!

This year Humanist Society Scotland marked International Women’s Day by announcing the all-women nominee list for their Gordon Ross Award, an annual award that recognises individuals whose actions are deemed to be exceptional and in line with humanist values.

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Ukraine: Statement on defence of rule of law

The declaration of war on Ukraine by the Russian Federation is devastating and horrific. We stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and those in Russia protesting against the invasion of their democratic neighbour. These events sadly remind us of…

In Pictures: Humanists March for Climate Justice at COP26

Members of Humanist Society Scotland were joined by representatives from Humanists International and Humanists UK as they marched through Glasgow for the COP26 Global Day of Action against Climate Injustice on November 6th 2021.

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