Humanists take part in Remembrance events across Scotland

Representatives of Humanist Society Scotland took part in ten remembrance events across Scotland on the 11th November, marking the biggest representation of Humanists on remembrance day to date. This year also saw the first time that Humanists were represented at…

Humanist Society at Remembrance

Humanist Society Scotland will have official representatives who will each lay a wreath at a number of services across the country on the 11th November at 11am. Edinburgh: Stone of Remembrance, City Chambers – John Bishop Glasgow: George Square – Linda Britton…

Daily Discovery Calendar

Packed full of science facts for every day of the year, our new Daily Discovery A1 calendar wall chart is great for science loving kids and grown ups too! Get yours for only £12 delivered. PLUS for every one bought we will…

Irish scrap blasphemy laws- Calls for Scotland to follow

Votes in Ireland supported scrapping the countries constitutional restriction on Blasphemy. Humanists say Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf should follow suit by scrapping Scotland’s outdated Blasphemy offence Voters in Ireland have removed the countries blasphemy law in a referendum. This leaves…

Humanist campaign on religious observance one step closer to aim

Humanist Society Scotland have welcomed the First Minister’s statement that the Scottish Government will incorporate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots Law. One fundamental change that would have to result of this, is that…

End the Ban on non-religious schools

Humanist Society Scotland has today launched a new campaign to ‘End the ban’ on non-religious state schools in Scotland. Timed to coincide with the return to school for thousands of pupils across the country, the campaigning charity has published new…

New research shows profile of non-religious Scotland

New research published by Humanist Society Scotland, with fieldwork carried out by polling firm Survation, reveals detail of the populations religious and spiritual beliefs. DOWNLOAD REPORT HERE Key Findings: Most people in Scotland self identify as non-religious (59%) with women being…

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