Rhona Cameron announced as keynote speaker at #HSScon16

Award-winning Scottish comedian Rhona Cameron has been officially announced as the keynote speaker at Humanist Society Scotland Annual Conference in Edinburgh.

The Conference will take place in Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on Saturday 24th September.

Speaking on her announcement as keynote speaker, Rhona commented:

” I am delighted to let you know that I’ll be attending HSS’ Annual Conference this year as Keynote Speaker!

“HSS have done so much work over the years to promote LGBTI equality, and of course provide Humanist Ceremonies to thousands of couples every year.

“Of course this is an issue close to my heart, and I will be giving an insight into my own experiences growing up in the east coast of Scotland and dealing with my sexuality in a less understanding era than now.”

HSS Chief Executive Gordon MacRae added:

“We are so happy that Rhona will be speaking at our conference. Rhona is a proud advocate for LGBTI rights in Scotland, and and award winning comedian.

“We look forward to welcoming her to the 2016 Annual Conference for Humanists in Scotland.”

The 2016 HSS Annual Conference will take place in Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

The 2016 HSS Annual Conference will take place in Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

 

Rhona Cameron is the latest exciting speaker to be announced ahead of the Conference in September, joining Naomie McAuliffe, Kate Smurthwaite and Emma Ritch.

As always, we will have a range of exciting and engaging activities, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks and months. We will cover a range of topics, from education, human rights to Scottish politics.

For more information about the conference, visit www.humanism.scot/conference.


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Notes: For more information or comment contact Gary McLelland on gary@humanism.scotor 07813060713.

Humanist Society Scotland seeks to represent the views of people in Scotland who wish to lead ethical and fulfilling lives guided by reason, empathy and compassion. We provide a range of non-religious ceremonies and campaign for a secular state. HSS has over 14,000 members across Scotland.

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