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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.

Humanists Ask the UK Government to Rethink the New Plan for Immigration

We recently signed a joint letter coordinated by the Scottish Refugee Council that set out our grave concerns about the New Plan for Immigration and its potential to seriously undermine refugee rights in the UK, and calls on the UK Government to engage meaningfully with the devolved governments to ensure that a fair and humane asylum system can be developed that works for all four nations of the UK. 

Humanist of the Year 2019

Paul Millar is announced as the winner of Humanist Society Scotland’s Gordon Ross Humanist of the Year award, the prize was awarded for Paul’s work with StreetCare Glasgow and his decision to become a live kidney donor.

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